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Jakob Rehme


Professor in Industrial Management and director of the Centre for Business Model Innovation (CBMI).

Professor in Industrial Management

Jakob is the director of CBMI (Centre for Business Model Innovation). His research is centred around how companies can meet the challenges of the future. His current research is concerned with sustainability and its impact on companies as well as governmental organisations. In particular, he is interested in the role that firms have in society and the impact they can have in the transformation to a more sustainable future. Of specific interest is how companies need to change their business models to adapt to society's transition towards environmental and social sustainability.

He publishes in journals such as Industrial Marketing Management, Supply Chain Management, Journal of Operations and Production Management, and International Journal of Production Economics. He sits on the editorial board of Journal of Business Research as well as Industrial Marketing Management.



Donna Marshall, Jakob Rehme, Aideen ODochartaigh, Stephen Kelly, Roshan Boojihawon, Daniel Chicksand (2023) Reporting controversial issues in controversial industries ACCOUNTING AUDITING & ACCOUNTABILITY JOURNAL, Vol. 36, p. 483-512 Continue to DOI


Ou Tang, Jakob Rehme, Pontus Cerin (2022) Levelized cost of hydrogen for refueling stations with solar PV and wind in Sweden: On-grid or off-grid? Energy, Vol. 241, Article 122906 Continue to DOI


Gazi Salah Uddin, Ou Tang, Maziar Sahamkhadam, Farhad Taghizadeh-Hesary, Muhammad Yahya, Pontus Cerin, Jakob Rehme (2021) Analysis of forecasting models in an electricity market under volatility
Paul McGrath, Lucy McCarthy, Donna Marshall, Jakob Rehme (2021) Tools and Technologies of Transparency in Sustainable Global Supply Chains California Management Review, Vol. 64, p. 67-89 Continue to DOI
Ou Tang, Jakob Rehme, Pontus Cerin, Donald Huisingh (2021) Hydrogen production in the Swedish power sector: Considering operational volatilities and long-term uncertainties Energy Policy, Vol. 148, Article 111990 Continue to DOI