Peter Wallenberg Jr appointed the 2017 Recipient of the SIR Research Award
The board of the SSE Institute for Research is honoured to appoint Peter Wallenberg Jr as Research Promoter of the Year and the 2017 Recipient of the SIR Research Award.
New PRME report from SSE: Responsibility for competitivness
Stockholm School of Economics became a member of PRME* in 2013 and has now submitted its second progress report. It includes an assessment of how SSE is achieving the goals it set itself to improve its education, research and outreach on issues of responsible management and sustainability in the past two years, and its goals for the coming two years.
New paper published: Strategic CSR: a panacea for profit and altruism?
NEW PAPER PUBLISHED (2017-06-21): Misum´s Enrico Fontana´s paper "Strategic CSR: a panacea for profit and altruism? An empirical study among executives in the Bangladeshi RMG supply chain" is published in European Business Review.
Torbjörn Becker investigates the depth of Russia’s oil dependence
New policy brief by Torbjörn Becker, Director of the Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics, provides an analysis on the depth of Russia’s oil dependence.
Expanding leniency to fight collusion and corruption
In this policy brief, Giancarlo Spagnolo, Professor at the Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics, and Reinaldo Diogo Luz, Ph.D Candidate at the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG) Law School, discuss how to increase the effectiveness of leniency programs in multiple offenses cases, to fight bid rigging and corruption.
Will new technologies change the energy markets?
In this policy brief, authors highlight challenges and opportunities that new technologies will bring for energy markets, in particular wind energy, smart grid technology, and electromobility, that were discussed during the 10th SITE Energy Day, held at the Stockholm School of Economics on October 13, 2016.
Russia’s external economic links—challenges and opportunities
Russia’s external economic links are too heavily focused on exchanging natural resources for consumption and investment goods, but oil creates too much uncertainty and is not a sustainable driver of growth for Russia or the world. What are the challenges and opportunities for growth in Russia?
Russia’s State Armament Plan of 2010 – The Macro View in mid-2016
New policy brief by Torbjörn Becker, Director of the Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics, provides an analysis of what the new macro economic reality of Russia means for its armament plans.
Professor Erik Meyersson's research on military coups featured in Bloomberg
Do military coups affect economic growth? Research by Assistant Professor Erik Meyersson of the Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics and Stockholm School of Economics has been mentioned in Bloomberg as the most comprehensive look on whether military coups affect economic growth.
Professor Jesper Roine discusses jobs and productivity in the digital economy
A new ESO report investigates how digital economy will affect jobs in the future. Associate Professor Jesper Roine shares his thoughts on how digital economy will affect economic inequality.