Henrik Nilsson becomes Associate Editor at European Accounting Review
Congratulations to Professor Henrik Nilsson at the Accounting department who has been appointed Associate Editor of the European Accounting Review, one of Europe’s most prestigious accounting journals.
Ting Dong received a scholarship
Ting Dong has received a scholarship of 335,000 Kr from Revisionsakademin for her project "The impact of audit regulation change on Swedish firms’ tax avoidance behavior". Congratulations Ting!
SSE invites applications for 2 tenure track positions at the Department of Accounting
The two tenure track positions are in business administration with a focus on financial accounting, management control and financial analysis. The basic requirement is that candidates are strong both in terms of research and teaching.
New colleagues at the Department of Accounting
The Department of Accounting is welcoming new colleagues Anastasiya Klyuchko, Kai Krauss, Mariya Ivanova, Gustav Johed, Johan Graaf and Derya Vural.
Jane Baxter is visiting the Department of Accounting
Associate professor Jane Baxter is visiting the Department of Accounting and the Centre for Sports and Business from 14th August until 1st September.
Kenth Skogsvik received research grant
Kenth Skogsvik has together with SSE colleagues Peter Jennergen, Henrik Andersson, Stina Skogsvik and Håkan Thorsell received a research grant of 2,5 MSEK from Handelsbanken’s research foundations.
Per Åhblom defended his dissertation
Congratulations to Per Åhblom who on June 8th successfully defended his thesis:
"The Financial Performance - A study of how financial numbers become meaningful."
Torkel Strömsten receives grant from Jan Wallander & Tom Hedelius Foundation
Torkel Strömsten has received 2.5 MSEK from Jan Wallander & Tom Hedelius Foundation for further development of the Research School in Accounting, FIRE. Co-applicants were Bino Catasús (Stockholm University), Johnny Lind (Stockholm School of Economics) and Fredrik Nilsson (Uppsala University).
Research grant from Torsten Söderberg’s Foundation
Christoph Schneider, PhD student at the Department of Accounting and member of the Stockholm School of Economics Institute for Research (SIR), has received a research grant from the Torsten Söderberg’s Foundation for his project “Open Book Accounting in capital equipment sales” (“Öppna kalkyler vid försäljning av kapitalutrustning”). The research grant, worth 410,000 SEK, allows him to finalise his PhD thesis during 2017. Congratulations, Christoph!
New book by Walter Schuster
Walter Schuster (PricewaterhouseCoopers professor of Accounting and Auditing) has released a new book entitled "Finansiell Redovisning" in which he analyses the development of the International Financial Reporting Standards. The book is published by SSE Institute for Research (SIR).