Information and Service Economy

Information and Service Economy refers to the creative use of information and digital technology in business and the move from industrial to service dominant forms of production. The increased use of software and advanced analytics in all kinds of enterprises and public sector organizations has created a need for business graduates who can work at the interface of business and technology.

Researchers at the department looks at topics such as digital service development, service networks, behavioural decision making, and data science. The research at the department of Information and Service Economy is broadly divided into three disciplines: Information Systems Science, Management Science and Logistics.

The Department's Study Programmes on BSc, MSc and PhD levels prepare our graduates to work in various managerial or expert positions both in the private and public sector.

Master's Programme in Information and Service Management

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