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Magnus Eriksson

Researcher

Magnus Eriksson
Researcher
magnus.eriksson@handels.gu.se
+46 31 786 2743
0736-793354

Room number: B611
Postal Address: Box 650, 40530 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Vasagatan 1 , 41124 Göteborg


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Box 650
405 30 Göteborg
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Visiting Address: Vasagatan 1 , 411 24 Göteborg

About Magnus Eriksson

Magnus Eriksson is Deputy Director at the Institute for Innovation and Social Change (IIS) at the University of Gothenburg. Eriksson proposes how universities and other organizations can enable researchers and academic environments to promote increased utilization of research results, ideas and knowledge, as well as manage the demand for expanded collaboration with the outside world, including companies and public authorities, thus creating value and leverage for industry, universities, and society in the emerging knowledge-based economic paradigm.

Eriksson also co-manage the Sahlgrenska School of Innovation and Entreprenurship (SSIE) at Sahlgrenska Academy. At SSIE, incubation processes with the SSIE Accelerator (developed and financed by IIS) are performed, including transforming research activities into innovations, transforming tech ideas into ventures and ventures into growth firms, and transforming social challenges into social development. Thus, Eriksson is very dedicated to utilization, innovation and entrepreneurship, for instance when it comes to the process to facilitate accelerator processes and start-ups, for instance within digitalization.

Eriksson is experienced working within public and private actors, as well as in the interface between public and private actors & creating value both for the public and private sphere. One key focus is developing and securing lasting societal and business impact as well as value creation. He has a wide contact network, both nationally and internationally.

Eriksson is also engaged in educational management and research focused on strategic management with specific interest in identifying and developing business models to build sustainable businesses in relation to intellectual assets, properties and capital. He is also dedicated to the Center for Intellectual Property (CIP).

Eriksson has a proven record as a director in knowledge intensive business development and management, including working as strategy consultant and business developer; and he holds a PhD in Technology Management from Chalmers University of Technology. He also advises organizations in knowledge/ technology-intensive industries to improve their management of technology, innovation and intellectual property for increased competitiveness, profitability and growth.

 

 

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Research areas

  • Utilization, Collaboration, Ethics, Social Impact and Value creation
  • Strategy and Business Models
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • Knowledge based business development
  • Technology Management & Intellectual Asset Management

Research in progress

  • Intellectual Assets Management in the Knowledge Economy - how the intellectual asset management capabilities of Swedish technology-based firms build competitive positions and create value. Project within VINNOVAs program “Sambandet mellan immateriella tillgångar och konkurrenskraft - företagsstrategier i digitaliseringens tidevarv”. Funded by VINNOVA., Dec/16 -
  • Research & Utilization for Innovation and Collaboration: Assessment of the social responsibility in academic environment. ” aims to land in how the organization and academic environments can take a more distinct social responsibility, create value and make a social impact; resulting in a “Swedish model for collaboration and utilization” which is both a strategic and operational model for universities., Aug/16 -
  • SSIE Accelerator. A collaborative platform (facilitate four complementary incubation processes) with the prerequisites and capabilities of bridging public and private actors in the region to create value and make impact. Funded by Region Västra Götaland & the Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth., Jan/16 -
  • Sahlgrenska School of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (SSIE). A complete academic environment at Sahlgrenska Academy and University of Gothenburg. SSIE bridges academia, society, government and healthcare through active participation and development in education, research and innovation activities. SSIE develop people, tools, and projects that deliver the entrepreneurial capabilities to create value in the healthcare and life science sectors in the context of an emerging knowledge-based economy. Real innovation projects are performed together with partner organizations. Incubation processes include transforming research activities into innovations, transforming tech ideas into ventures and ventures into growth firms, and transforming social challenges into social development., Jan/16 -

Teaching areas

  • Utilization, Collaboration, Ethics, Social Impact and Value creation
  • Strategy and Business Models
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • Knowledge based business development
  • Technology Management & Intellectual Asset Management

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2009

2008

Industrial Dynamics: A Multilevel Study of the Swedish IT Industry
Magnus Eriksson
Göteborg, Chalmers University of Technology, Doctoral thesis 2008
Doctoral thesis

2006

The dynamics and organisation of the Swedish IT industry 1990-2004
Magnus Eriksson
Göteborg, Chalmers University of Technology, Licentiate thesis 2006
Licentiate thesis

2005

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