Research and publications

Teigland has published numerous articles in international books and academic journals, and she is an active international researcher such as through her collaboration in EU funded projects, including the recently completed Euroversity project that brought together 19 partners from Europe and Israel who are active in virtual worlds, as well as the “Impact Assessment of the Participation of SMEs in the Thematic Programmes of FP5 and FP6 for Research and Technological Development (RTD)” and “Structuring Effects of Community Research – The Impact of the Framework Programme on Research and Technological Development (RTD) on Network Formation”.

Her current research includes the following funded projects: ”Bringing Peer-To-Peer to Finance: When Trust Meets Information Technology”, ”The Internet as a Driver of Innovation and Development” and “The Future of the Swedish Welfare State”.

Robin Teigland’s lecturing and teaching interests revolve around the creation and diffusion of knowledge in informal and formal networks and the impact on a firm´s competitive advantage. She teaches and lectures on a variety of subjects, such as on strategy, scenario analysis,  entrepreneurship, innovation, design thinking, social networks and social capital at the undergraduate, graduate, and executive levels. Teigland is also proficient at using and teaching social network analysis.

Link to doctoral thesis “Knowledge Networking”



The Rise and Development of FinTech: Accounts of Disruption from Sweden and Beyond (2018)