Erik works with teaching and research, and with administrative tasks connected to these areas.
Erik runs the courses Organizing in the green industry - Organizational theory I (FÖ0453), 15 credits; Organizing for sustainability - Organizational theory I (FÖ0455), 15 credits; Agricultural Science for business agronomists (LB0086), 15 credits; Business economics 1 (FÖ0437), 7.5 credits; and Business economics 2 (FÖ0438), 7.5 credits. He also teaches on several other courses at the undergraduate and graduate level, and supervises theses.
Erik is a member of EIS, a group that works with research on Entrepreneurship and innovation for sustainable development. Erik is interested in how entrepreneurial practices interact with context, and how context interacts with entrepreneurial practices.