The prize was established in 2004 in honour of Oskar Sillén, the first professor of Business Administration in Sweden and the Chairman of the Board at FEI from 1917-1920.
Dr Sara Ekberg, Jönköping International Business School and Australian Institute for Business and Economics, the University of Queensland, for the dissertation “The role of organizational integrity in responses to pressures: A case study of Australian newspapers”.
We would like to congratulate the winner and wish to extend our appreciation to the Prize Committee for their efforts in selecting the winning thesis.
Past winners can be found here.
FEI Research Institute is a newly established foundation (registered with the Stockholm Administrative County Board and governed by the Foundation Act SFS 1994:1220). It was set up to provide research funding for scholars at universities in Sweden and abroad. The statutes stipulate that proposals for research funding should be in subject areas where FEI offers courses, eg. management, accounting, marketing or real estate. The Board of the FEI Research Institute welcomes applications as from June 2017. Please contact FEI for more details.
The Foundation for Business Administration and the Environment provides funding for research projects combining these important areas. The Foundation supports, among other projects, best practice in environmental accounting reporting and research in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
The CF Liljevalch Scholarship Foundation was established in 1913 by a generous donation from the industrialist and philanthropist CF Liljevalch Junior. The Foundation offers grants for students and members of FEI who wish to study or carry our research projects abroad. Many students enrolled in FEI’s courses run in association with US or UK university partners have benefited from the Liljevalch Foundation’s support.
For more information about research funding at FEI, please contact Magnus Rolf.