Organisation and staff

Sabine Gebert Persson

senior lecturer at Department of Business Studies

Email:
sabine.gebert-persson[AT-sign]fek.uu.se
Telephone:
+4618-471 2769
Visiting address:
Ekonomikum, Kyrkogårdsg. 10, ingång C
Postal address:
Box 513
751 20 UPPSALA

Short presentation

Sabine Gebert Persson is associate professor in marketing at the Department for Business Studies where she teaches and does research within marketing at bachelor and master level. Sabine is also program coordinator for the master program in Business and Management. She has a strong research interest in B2B-relationships and legitimacy as well as consumer behaviour.

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Research

  1. Sustainable visits - between the map and the tourists reality. The research project takes place within the growth program Sustainable Gotland, where major financiers are Region Gotland and Tillväxtverket, and with support from Uppsala University. For more information about the project, follow this link Hållbara Gotland . (in Swedish). We who participate in this research project are: Sabine (project leader), Karin Ågren dep. of economic history, John Östh and Marina Toger both from dep. of cultural geography, Ulrika Persson-Fischier,Klas Palm and Rickard Grassman all from the dep. of engineering sciences, division of Industrial Engineering and Management.
  2. Sustainable visits - Management and organizing. Within the research program called Sustainable visits, a group of researchers are studying the organizing activities of the destination Gotland and how this is affected by the cruise quay inaugurated during 2018. For more information about the research program, follow this link: Sustainable visits . Researchers in this specific project are Fredrik Sjöstrand, business studies; Karin Ågren, economic history and Ulrika Persson-Fischier, anthropologist and teaches at the department of engineering sciences, division of Industrial Engineering and Management.

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