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Anders Parment

Anders Parment - researcher, professional lecturer and generation expert

As a Doctor of Science in Business and Economics, senior lecturer and researcher, Anders Parment has many different roles and a long list of qualifications. He loves lecturing and likes all his students, but would rather not mark exams. Meet Anders, who is passionate about business administration and SBS: “I have ended up in just the right place. Both research and teaching are important here.”

Susanna Molander

Susanna Molander investigates our consumption

After many years in the marketing/advertising industry, Susanna started to do research in order to find out why people consume the way they do, based on an ethnological perspective. In her dissertation, she wrote about single mothers and the everyday dinner, and she currently works primarily with men’s parenting and aspects related to consumption.

Tommy Jensen

Tommy Jensen - the singing professor

Tommy Jensen is a professor in business administration. As a researcher, he studies issues related to ethics, morality, and responsibility. His latest research project "Organizing Rocks" has resulted in two albums where reflections and experiences are communicated through music.

Asma Mobarek

Asma Mobarek's advice - don't be shy

Asma Mobarek certainly has an international background. She is born and raised in Bangladesh, did her PhD at the Leeds Business School in the UK and before she came to Stockholm she worked at the University of Dhaka and the University of Botswana. She appreciates the diversity here at the School of Business and thinks that the students are clever, but a little quiet. Her advice to students is: - Don't be shy. Consider the teacher as a friend, ask questions and come to us for advice no matter what type of problem you have.

Ian Richardson

Ian Richardson - a business leader in academia

Before entering the academic world Ian Richardson managed a number of businesses in the publishing and internet sectors and he uses his experience to give students a more realistic view by presenting a more critical picture. However, this does not stop him from encouraging his students to act on opportunities: - So many opportunities are about motivation and “doing”.

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