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Ulla Eriksson-Zetterquist joins the Swedish RISE Research Council

8.4.2022 | The organization management scholar will advise on research directions along with fellow council members
AcademiaNet member and professor of organization theory and management Ulla Eriksson-Zetterquist has joined the Research Institutes of Sweden (RISE) Research Council. RISE is a research institute connecting university and industry with the public sector, and is owned by the Swedish state. Prof Eriksson-Zetterquist joins 21 other members on the council.


“I am honored and excited, and I think this is a great opportunity to collaborate with researchers from other organizations,” said Prof Eriksson-Zetterquist in a statement. “[It] is an amazing meeting place, and a possibility to gain more insight into current research issues from different contexts.”


Prof Eriksson-Zetterquist is based at the University of Gothenburg, where she is Director of the Gothenburg Research Institute (GRI) at the School of Business, Economics and Law. In her work, she investigates both private and public sector organizations on themes of technology, governance, and diversity and inclusion. For example, she has published on discrimination within the Swedish Armed Forces and on how gender equality improvements can be made sustainable within organizations.

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