Katarina Eriksson is PhD in Finance and Supply Chain Management at the School of Business and Economics. Katarina is part of the Centre for Management Accounting Research Centre for Management Accounting Research (CMAR) and the Corporate Governance Research Group. Her research combines finance and operations management. Specifically, she is focusing her research on how to unlock the potential in real options to provide flexibility in supply chain management in order to limit risk and enhance economic efficiency in a (dyadic) supply chain, given among other, uncertainty and stochastic demand. Katarina is a lecturer in financial (real) options theory & applications. Prior to joining Linnaeus University, Katarina worked for PwC Corporate Finance Amsterdam. Katarina was during 2014 invited as a Visiting Predoctoral Fellow at Kellogg School of Management, Managerial Economics & Decision Sciences Department, Northwestern University, Chicago, from January to June and a Visiting Doctoral Student at Econometric Institute, Erasmus University Rotterdam, from September to December, financed by the Tom Hedelius Foundation.
Article in journal (Refereed)
- Eriksson, K. (2019). An option mechanism to coordinate a dyadic supply chain bilaterally in a multi-period setting. Omega : The International Journal of Management Science. 88. 196-209.
- von Koch, C., Nilsson, O., Eriksson, K. (2012). Does shareholder protection affect the performance of analysts as a gatekeeper?. Journal of Management and Governance. 18. 315-345.
Conference paper (Refereed)
Doctoral thesis, comprehensive summary (Other academic)
- Eriksson, K. (2019). Finance and Supply Chain Management : Coordination of a Dyadic Supply Chain through Application of Option Contracts. Doctoral Thesis. Växjö, Linnaeus University Press.