The KTH Royal Institute of Technology was founded 1827 and is the cradle of academic engineering education in Sweden. Today it is the country’s largest technical university with 15.000 students, which equals one third of the engineering students in Sweden. KTH is the coordinating university for the EDIM programme.
Department of Industrial Economics and Management (INDEK)
The EDIM program is run at the Department of Industrial Economics and Management (INDEK) which was established in the 1910s.
INDEK consists today of 9 full professors, approx. 20 associate professors, senior lecturers and research associates, and 47 PhD students, all active in a research revolving around industrial development and management studies. In terms of research INDEK comprises the following research groups: industrial management, project intensive industries, industrial marketing, management control, industrial dynamics, industrial work science, energy management, innovation studies and gender studies.