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House of Innovation research article receives Best Paper Award

22 June 2021
Congratulations to researchers Martin Sköld, Åke Freij, and Johan Frishammar whose research article has been awarded Best Paper 2020 from the European Management Review!

Vacancy: Swedish House of Finance is looking for a Data Scientist/Database Manager

22 June 2021
We offer you a broad and challenging role in an intellectually stimulating, international and vibrant working environment. Professors, PhD students, researchers, research analysts, management and developers work side by side. You will work under very flexible circumstances and manage your own work and projects against agreed objectives. For the right personality Swedish House of Finance is a place full of creativity, flexibility, and opportunities.

Ranjula Bali Swain, plenary speaker at ISDRS conference 2021, 15th July 2021

21 June 2021

Ranjula Bali Swain at Almedalen 2021, 5th July 2021

21 June 2021

Social Innovation Scholarship 2021: meet the winners!

21 June 2021
This year’s Social Innovation Scholarship has been awarded to Louise Ribrant and Maakwe Cumanzala, two SSE students with bright futures. The scholarship will support them this summer while working for and supporting a social entrepreneur, leveraging their business skills to create positive change. Social innovation and social entrepreneurship are initiatives aimed to improve what is missing or not working in the social structure: new solutions, methods and ideas that create a sustainable society – economically, socially and ecologically.

Newly published article explores the tension between augmentation and automation through AI

21 June 2021
New research strives to reposition Artificial Intelligence (AI) at the crux of the management debate by arguing that augmentation cannot be neatly separated from automation.

New admissions round to SSE Business Lab - star jury backs 8 companies

18 June 2021
When the star-studded Board of Admissions of SSE BusinessLab, the venture incubator of the Stockholm School of Economics, gathered toassess the latest applicants, a total of 8 companies were given positive news. As such, these teams are today entering the prestigious incubator today.

Max Jerneck's research cited in The Atlantic

18 June 2021
CSR researcher Max Jerneck cited in Robinson Meyer article "Why America Doesn’t Really Make Solar Panels Anymore", in The Atlantic, explaining the importance of solar industry from a historic perspective.

A fresh look at whistleblower rewards

18 June 2021
Working paper: In recent years we have seen a rapid increase in legislation governing, protecting, and rewarding whistleblowers. More recently, EU enacted a directive protecting whistleblowers, the US has gone one step further long ago. In this paper. SITE researchers review the evidence for the effectiveness of US whistleblower reward programs and consider some recent novelties.

Stockholms Grosshandelssocietet in new and unique partnership with SSE Business Lab

17 June 2021
The "Grosshandelssocietet Grant to Especially Dedicated Entrepreneurs" of 100.000 SEK to an entrepreneur at SSE Business Lab is part of the collaboration between Grosshandelssociteten and the Stockholm School of Economics, where entrepreneurs at SSE Business Lab annually are chosen for the award. The collaboration has now become an official partnership with SSE Business Lab where the goal is to encourage and support entrepreneurship in Stockholm even further.
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