Articles by Jonathan Borggren

Jonathan Borggren

Jonathan Borggren is a senior lecturer and researcher in human and economic geography at the department of Geography and Economic History, Umeå University. Borggren's research revolves around the changing circumstances of the spatial economy following the gradual exit of the Keynesian economy in Sweden post-1990. Topics of interest include: labor mobility and high-impact firms (HIF), forest ownership and firm performance, the spatial diffusion of ‘talents’ and ‘creatives’ in the urban economy, seasonal buzz, biopolitics and waterfront redevelopment.



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Complementary manpower most important for rural areas

Focus political labor-market measures on the availability of complementary manpower in rural areas to give fast-growing companies better chances of survival. Fast-growing companies are an important resource for creating job opportunities in rural regions. They can be found in all fields, and contribute by providing new products or services. Studies on a selection of 1,589…

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Vital companies in rural areas

Today’s economy, which is based on the access to the right manpower and the spread of knowledge, has fundamentally changed the conditions for economic development in sparsely populated areas. However, despite a concentration of markets in urban areas, there are good examples of companies that have succeeded in more sparsely populated areas. Companies are growing…

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