Darek Haftor

Darek Haftor is currently an associate professor at the Stockholm University School of Business, Stockholm, Sweden. He has studied the sciences and arts at various universities in Europe and North America, and received his doctorate in Industrial Organization at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden. He has spent fifteen years in various managerial positions in the private industry sector, and has worked in Europe and the Middle East. Previously, he has held several academic positions in Sweden, including the Mid Sweden University, the Luleå University of Technology, and at the Linnaeus University where he is currently affiliated as a senior researcher. Darek is now mainly occupied with research and teaching, and he is also the Director of Executive Education at the Stockholm University School of business. His research addresses two main frontiers: the structure and dynamics of information-based organizations and their operations, and the normative conditions inherent in the design, development and change of any human affairs.


Information and Communication Technologies, Society and Human Beings: Theory and Framework (Festschrift in honor of Gunilla Bradley)
Darek Haftor, Anita Mirijamdotter. © 2011. 660 pages.
There is a real need for an enlightening new volume to explore the recent developments and topical analyses of the psychological and social effects of ICT....