Matts Kärreman

Matts Kärreman

Senior lecturer, PhD, Dep. Head of Department

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My research is focusing on Corporate Governance and Strategic Management and I have published books, book chapters and journal articles etc. within both these areas. I am presently deputy Head of Department, and head of the Strategic Management and Research Policy section at the Department of Business Administration. In addition, Furthermore, I am the Programme Director for the Master¨s Programme in International Strategic Management. I mainly teach the above-mentioned subjects, and supervise masters´ students in the International Strategic Management Programme, as well as fulfill the role as supervisor for a number of PhD students. I partake in activities with bearing on the corporate partners and corporate surroundings by giving seminars and executive education to CEOs and directors from Sweden and other countries. 


Scholarship and teaching philosophy:

My teaching has predominately circled around strategy, decision-making and corporate governance. I have throughout my career had opportunities to make use of practical experiences in business situations in teaching, as well as applying research based and systematic knowledge creation in executive education. I consider myself a boundary spanner in this regard.

I am currently the director for the Master’s Programme in International Strategic Management, which has 45 enrolled students. I was responsible for developing the programme, which has been running since 2016. I am course leader for the course in Corporate Governance as well as the degree projects in the programme. I also act as supervisor for theses, etc.

UKÄ subject classification

  • Business Administration

Free keywords

  • Corporate Governance
  • Strategic management
  • Management control
  • Research Policy


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