Working in the project FOBIA - Forest Business Innovation and Advancement. An EU-project with the aim to promote the development of innovative business models among forestry service entrepreneurs, provide tools for increased operational efficiency and profitability in the business, and develop digital platforms for knowledge transfer. My research activities also include non-industrial private forest onwers' business relationships and the forest owners' associations' development as member organizations.
Kronholm, T. & Staal Wästerlund, D. (2017). Elucidation of young adults’ relationships to forests in northern Sweden using Forest Story Cards. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, 32 (7), ss.607-619.
Staal Wästerlund, D. & Kronholm, T. (2017). Family Forest Owners' Commitment to Service Providers and the Effect of Association Membership on Loyalty. Small-Scale Forestry, 16 (2), ss.275-293.
Kronholm T (2016). How are Swedish Forest Owners' Associations Adapting to the Needs of Current and Future Members and Their Organizations?. Small-Scale Forestry, 15 (4), ss.413-432.
Kronholm T (2015). Forest owners' associations in a changing society. Diss. Umeå: Department of Forest Resource Management, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences . (2015:102)
Kronholm, T. & Staal Wästerlund, D. (2013). District Council Members and the Importance of Member Involvement in Organization Renewal Processes in Swedish Forest Owners' Associations. Forests, 4 (2), ss.404-432