Intrapreneurship Compass 2018 – Digital Intrapreneurship

Intrapreneurship Compass 2018 – Digital Intrapreneurship

The Intrapreneurship Compass demystifies how the intrapreneurial climate can be improved to unleash the growth potential in Swedish industry. This year’s report focuses on digital renewal and the attitude towards risk in private and public sector. Staying in the forefront of the digital transformation is crucial for Sweden’s future competitiveness. The Intrapreneurship Compass 2018 reveals significant differences in attitude and digital competence between different industries and geographical locations in Sweden. The report is written by professor Ivo Zander, Dr. Katarina Blomkvist and Dr. Philip Kappen.

Karl-Adam Bonniers Stiftelse, 2018
Language: Swedish
ISBN: 978-91-983763-3-3

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Bumblebee Nation – The hidden story of the new Swedish Model

Bumblebee Nation – The hidden story of the new Swedish Model

Sweden’s economy has several distinctive features which, in resemblance to the bumblebee, should prevent it from flying. And yet, it actually flies better than most countries, all things considered. In this book economist journalist David Crouch has studied how Sweden’s economy works and how the new Swedish model has evolved. The welfare system, the role of the unions, paternity leave, the role of women in the labor market and immigration are some of the topics covered. The book is based on interviews with a large number of business leaders and decision makers, who all have played an active role in the Swedish bumlebee’s successful flight.

“David Crouch provides a great guide to the much-cited but little examined Swedish model – especially how it has evolved over time and the challenges it now faces.”

Richard Milne, Financial Times Nordic and Baltic Correspondent

Karl-Adam Bonniers Stiftelse, 2018
Language: English
ISBN: 978-91-983763-2-6

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Born globals – facts and wishful thinking

Born globals – facts and wishful thinking

Born globals are companies that from the outset aim to establish themselves on the global market. In recent years they have been identified as important for Sweden’s future growth and job creation. This report analyses Swedish born globals in manufacturing, commerce and services over the past two decades, and how their development differ from other companies. One conclusion is that the expectations on these companies in terms of creating new jobs are too high. The report is written by Professor Magnus Henrekson, Dr. Shon Ferguson and Ph.Lic. Louise Johannesson at the Research Institute of Industrial Economics (IFN).

Karl-Adam Bonniers Stiftelse, 2018
Language: Swedish
ISBN: 978-91-983763-1-9

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Intrapreneurship Compass

Intrapreneurship Compass

The ability to create an intrapreneurial climate that favors innovation and renewal is central to a company’s continued success. Despite this fact, little research has been done within the area of intrapreneurship and our knowledge about the intrapreneur is low. The Intrapreneurship Compass demystifies the intrapreneur in Swedish companies and reveals how the intrapreneurial climate can be improved to unleash the growth potential. The report is written by professor Ivo Zander, Dr. Katarina Blomkvist and Dr. Philip Kappen.

Karl-Adam Bonniers Stiftelse, 2017
Language: Swedish
ISBN: 978-91-639-5649-2

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Stockholmsbörsen på en förändrad finansmarknad

Stockholmsbörsen på en förändrad finansmarknad

Over the past decades, Swedish as well as international stock exchanges have undergone a complete change, transforming from national, semi-public markets into company-driven, privatized and global businesses. For the Stockholm Stock Exchange (Stockholmsbörsen), this transformation was particularly dramatic since a monopoly business over the course of a few years was replaced by a privately–owned business that actively sought to acquire other stock exchanges in the international market. This book describes and analyzes the development and transformation of the Stockholm Stock Exchange from the mid-1960s until the beginning of the 2010s.
The authors are the economics historians Mats Larsson, Oskar Broberg, Peter Hedberg, Lars Karlsson, Åsa Malmström-Rognes, Tom Petersson and Anders Ögren.

Karl-Adam Bonniers Stiftelse, 2016
Language: Swedish
ISBN: 978-91-7504-303-6

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