MonografiJohansson, J. (2017). ”Sweat is weakness leaving the body”: a study on the self-presentational practices of sporty top managers in Sweden. Doctoral Thesis. Stockholm University, Sweden
Johansson, J., Tienari, J. and Valtonen, A. (2017) The body, identity and gender in managerial athleticism. Human Relations, 70(9): 1141‒1167. First published date: January-17-2017
Johansson, J., Asztalos Morell, I., & Lindell, E. (2020). Gendering the digitalized metal industry. Gender, Work & Organization, 27(6), 1321- 1345.
Ahonen, P., Blomberg, A., Doerr, K., Einola, K., Elkina, A., Gao, G., . . . Johansson, J., Zhang, L. (2020). Writing resistance together. Gender, Work and Organization, 27(4), 447-470.
Johansson, J., & Edwards, M. (2021). Exploring caring leadership through a feminist ethic of care: The case of a sporty CEO. Leadership, 17(3), 318– 335.
Johansson, J. Z., & Lindström Sol, S. (2021). Artistic Freedom or the Hamper of Equality? Exploring Ethical Dilemmas in the Use of Artistic Freedom in a Cultural Organization in Sweden. Journal of Business Ethics, 1- 15.
Cozza, M., Gherardi, S., Graziano, V., Johansson, J., Mondon‐Navazo, M., Murgia, A., & Trogal, K. (2021). COVID‐19 as a breakdown in the texture of social practices. Gender, Work & Organization, 28, 190-208.
Johansson, J., and Wickström, A., (2022). Constructing a ‘different’ strength: a feminist exploration of vulnerability, ethical agency and care. Journal of Business Ethics.
Peer-reviewed konferensbidrag 2016 - 2022
Johansson, J. (2016). Becoming an athleticist role model: a study on the emotional and somatic aspects of the identity construction of a sporty CEO. 32nd EGOS conference (subtheme 48: Theorising Power in, through and from Leadership Development), Naples, Italy
Johansson, J., Asztalos Morell. I., & Lindell, E. (2018). Gendering the digital revolution of metal industry. Gender, Work and Organizations Conference, Sydney, Australia
Johansson, J. & Edward, M. (2018). Exploring practices of ethics of care in the meritocratic system in academic leadership positions. Gender, Work and Organizations Conference, 2018, Sydney, Australia
Johansson, J., & Wickström, A. (2019) Exploring humanity in ‘otherness’: an analysis of individual initiatives in equality and diversity work in a Swedish performing arts touring company. Gender, Work and Organizations Conference, 2020 (Kent Business School, UK) (postponed to 2021 on Zoom)
Johansson, J. & Linström Sol, S. (2021) Artistic freedom or the hamper of differences? Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism (SCOS). Copenhagen Business School. 6-9 July 2020 (postponed to 2021 on ZOOM)
Johansson, J., Lindström, S., Wigren, C., & Vogal, A. (2022). Exploring performative strengths in collaborative, reflexive dialogues through care. AfterMethod Conference, Mälärdalen University, Västerås, Sweden
Johansson, J. & Risberg, A. (2022). Performing diversity and normalizing disability: an analysis of inclusion and exclusion of the ‘silent’ others. EGOS (Sub-theme 36: Invisible Inequalities in and around Organizations: Sources, Manifestations, and Consequences) conference, Vienna, Austria
Johansson, J. and Wickström, A. (2021) Exploring humanity in ‘otherness’: an analysis of individual initiatives in equality and diversity work in a Swedish performing arts touring company. Gender Work and Organization Conference Name, Kent Business School (digital).
Johansson, J. (2016). Becoming an athleticist role model: a study on the emotional and somatic aspects of the identity construction of a sporty CEO”. Conference of European Group for Organizational Studies, Naples, Italy.
Andra publikationer inklusive populärvetenskapliga böcker/presentationer
Johansson, J. (2018). [Review of the book Gender and Employment in Rural China, by Song, J.] Gender, Work and Organisation, 25:741–744
Johansson, J. (2017). Challenges and opportunities in digitalized work and management – Case Study 8. School of Business, Society and Engineering, Department of Economy, Society and Technique (EST). Västerås: Mälardalen University. ISBN: 978-91-7485-363-6