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Håkan Lyckeborg presented with life-time award after 50 years of teaching

22 April 2024
Long-time SSE lecturer Håkan Lyckeborg received a Special Lifetime award for outstanding pedagogical achievements. He has been a lecturer at SSE since 1974.

Vacancy: Misum Stakeholder Engagement Manager – with focus on sustainability and research outreach

18 April 2024
For someone passionate in sustainability and research, this position offers many opportunities to learn, build networks, make an impact, and spread knowledge. You can expect a lot of exposure to new people and exciting opportunities. This is an independent role where you will be in charge of your own areas and to drive them forward. You will be a part of a small management team with ambitious colleagues.

Lidl joins the SSE Corporate Partnership Program

18 April 2024
The Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) is excited to welcome Lidl to its Corporate Partnership Program. This partnership bridges academia and industry, offering students and faculty valuable insights into retail management.

Executive MBA-utbildningen stärkte Ninas karriär som hållbarhetsstrateg

17 April 2024
Efter sexton år på H&M Group, varav flera år som hållbarhetsstrateg med fokus på cirkulärekonomi, transparens och hållbara affärsmodeller, kände sig Nina Shariati redo för att utvecklas professionellt genom att gå en Executive MBA-utbildning på Handelshögskolan i Stockholm. För Ninas del var SSE MBA Carl Silfvén-stipendiet en viktig möjliggörare för att hon skulle kunna gå utbildningen som både bidragit med ny kompetens, inspiration, kontakter och extra mod.

Nuclear renaissance: Powering Sweden’s climate policy

17 April 2024
Sweden's government aims to build new nuclear reactors by 2045 to achieve net zero emissions. This policy brief, written by Julius Andersson (SITE), compares this plan to France's successful 1970s nuclear expansion but notes significant differences: Sweden's existing low-carbon energy, cheaper alternatives, and higher nuclear costs today suggest that the benefits of new reactors may be modest and costly.

Learning Leadership for Flourishing Through Responsibilization

17 April 2024
A symposium led by Elena Antonacopoulou, April 9-10, 2024 in Nicosia, Cyprus. It brought together a diverse group of thought leaders, including prominent academics, industry professionals, students and the general public.

Workers benefit from automation and AI – if they can influence the process

17 April 2024
How can both workers and firms benefit from automation and AI? The Swedish industry offers important lessons, according to a doctoral thesis from the Stockholm School of Economics.

Ledig tjänst: Assistent till rektorn på Handelshögsklan i Stockholm

17 April 2024
Handelshögskolan i Stockholm söker efter en administrativt kunnig och serviceinriktad assistent till rektorn. I den här rollen kommer du vara ansvarig för att säkerställa driften av rektorskontoret och sköta praktiska uppgifter såsom att organisera och sköta om kontoret, beställa luncher och hantera rektorns schema och möten.

Futureproofing your skills with Coca-Cola Europacific Partners

16 April 2024
In an inspiring theme lecture hosted by CCEP, they uncovered the essence of working in a constantly changing world.

Leading Academics from Stockholm School of Economics Recognized in Prestigious Rankings

16 April 2024
The 2024 edition of Research.com’s ranking of the best academics in Business and Management features five prominent researchers from the Stockholm School of Economics.
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