Business Administration (FEK)

Business Administration is a division at the department of Management and Engineering. The division offers education on undergraduate, masters, and PhD levels, and is an active research environment.

The division Business Administration is divided into three units:

  • The unit for Marketing
  • The unit for Strategy and Organization
  • The unit for Accounting, Auditing and Finance


We educate business and management students who have proven to be highly attractive in the job market, with a good reputation both in terms of knowledge and competence, ambition, and social skills. We offer education through our two business administration programs (one of them with language specializations), our single-subject courses, and our international masters- and bachelor programs. The education offers a dynamic and international study environment, with a large offer of courses taught in English for incoming students, and a large network of partner universities all over the world where our students can go for studies abroad. 


Single-subject courses

Business Administration 1, 30 credits


Business Administration 2, 30 credits


Business Administration 3 - Marketing Management, 30 credits

This course consists of three parts. The first part, Marketing and Consumer Behaviour 7,5 ECTS credits, centers on the processes and activities consumers engage in when acting on today’s markets. The second part, Service Management and Marketing 7...


The division has an active and dynamic research environment, with research that spans over the complex and multifaceted subject business administration. The research at the division contributes within mainly four areas:

  • Accounting, auditing and finance;
  • Marketing and innovation;
  • Management control, knowledge and projects;
  • Entrepreneurial organization and entrepreneurship. 

Apart from this, several of our researchers contribute in interdisciplinary research projects and research programs both within LiU and in collaboration with other Swedish and international universities.



Pernilla Broberg, Torbjörn Tagesson (2024) The adoption of professional audit standards in the public sector: The role of the audit profession and other actors Auditing Transformation: Regulation, Digitalisation and Sustainability, p. 90-110 Continue to DOI


Svjetlana Pantic-Dragisic, Frida Pemer (2023) Working Betwixt And Between: Virtual Teamwork In Management Consulting
Svjetlana Pantic-Dragisic, Frida Pemer (2023) Professional Identity Formation: Exploring the Effects of Covid-19 on Management Consulting Firms Professional Identity Formation: Exploring the Effects of Covid-19 on Management Consulting Firms
Maria Wolmesjö, Elisabeth Sundin, Magdalena Elmersjö (2023) Digitalisering: från lösning till krav Välfärdens paradoxer, spänningar och dilemman, p. 17-31
Magdalena Elmersjö, Elisabeth Sundin (2023) Det nya är det gamla normala: hemtjänst utifrån målgruppens behov Välfärdens paradoxer, spänningar och dilemman, p. 131-143
Arne Jönsson, Subhomoy Bandyopadhyay, Svjetlana Pantic-Dragisic, Andrea Fried (2023) Analyses of information security standards on data crawled from company web sites using SweClarin resources CLARIN Annual Conference Proceedings: 2023
Jonas Söderlund (2023) Seven Insights Into Becoming an Engaged Project Scholar Project Management Journal Continue to DOI
Tobias Otterbring, Jasenko Flodin Arsenovic, Peter Samuelsson, Suresh Malodia, Amandeep Dhir (2023) Going the Extra Mile, Now or After a While: The Impact of Employee Proactivity in Retail Service Encounters on Customers Shopping Responses British Journal of Management Continue to DOI
Anna-Liisa Kaasila-Pakanen, Pauliina Jaaskelainen, Grace Gao, Emmanouela Mandalaki, Ling Eleanor Zhang, Katja Einola, Janet Johansson, Alison Pullen (2023) Writing touch, writing (epistemic) vulnerability Gender, Work and Organization Continue to DOI
Per Carlborg, Hannah Snyder, Lars Witell (2023) How sustainable is the sharing business model? Toward a conceptual framework R&D Management Continue to DOI


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Stanford University has recently released an updated list of the top two percent most cited researchers globally, and it is gratifying to note that once again, several distinguished researchers from IEI are represented on the list.

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Jonas Söderlund receives the prestigious PMI Research Achievement Award

Jonas Söderlund, a distinguished scholar and professor at Linköping University, has been awarded the prestigious PMI Research Achievement Award. This esteemed award recognises his significant contributions to the field of project management.

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Buster is living his dream in Vienna

An education in Business and Economics with an international focus i the German language and a year in Vienna got Buster Löfgren on the perfect path in life.

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Division of Business Administration
Hans Meijers väg
A Building, entrance 17-19
Campus Valla
Linköping, Sweden

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Linköping University
Department of Management and Engineering
Division of Business Administration
SE-581 83 Linköping