New research: Fears about climate change determine behaviors
How do Swedish households relate to climate change and to sustainable investments? This is examined in the research report "Knowledge, Fears and Beliefs: Understanding Household Demand for Green Investments" written by Anders Anderson, Swedish House of Finance and David Robinson, Duke University.
Lovisa Case from Orexo AB receives this year’s MBA scholarship
For the 13th consecutive year, a scholarship is being awarded for Executive MBA studies at the Stockholm School of Economics. The scholarship of SEK 495,000 is announced by Swedish financial newspaper Dagens Industri in cooperation with the Stockholm School of Economics and utbildning.se and recognizes the next generation of leaders, with the purpose of strengthening Swedish competitiveness.
SSE is going completely international
After 110 years, Stockholm School of Economics is going completely international. Starting in 2020, the last of our eleven educational programs will be open for international applicants.
The third cohort of K-A Bonnier International Fellows Program appointed
A new cohort of four students have been appointed this prestigious scholarship, specifically geared towards students with a passion for entrepreneurship and SME growth in Southeast Asia and the Nordic countries.
Vacancy: Two tenure-track positions at the House of Innovation
One in Technology & Innovation Management and one in Entrepreneurship.
CIVICA - The European University of Social Sciences selected by the European Commission
CIVICA has been selected by the European Commission as one of the pilot European Universities. A total of 48 applications were received, of which 17 have been selected and awarded funding, as announced on June 26 by the Commission. The application of CIVICA received 92/100 points.
New international executive education program focusing on green bonds and sustainable finance
Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) Executive Education is now launching The Green Bonds and Sustainable Finance Executive Program – an international executive program focusing on green lending, green bonds and sustainable finance. The program is specifically designed to support banks in emerging markets in their transition to sustainable financing – a must to reach the global climate goals. The program is an international collaboration between several of the world's leading financial institutions: initiated by the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, co-developed with International Capital Market Association (ICMA), and featuring program design by the Luxembourg Green Exchange (LGX).
Anniversary and new cohort for the Wallenberg International Fellows Program
Tthe Wallenberg International Fellows Program has celebrated it's fifth anniversary. The program also presented the new cohort for this year.
This year's best Global Challenges project
And the winner is ...
the AI Challenge! At the end of May, our Global Challenges students presented their final projects: sustainable solutions that contribute to the global goals.
High rate of successful alumni companies nominated to the Norrsken Award
The Norrsken Award is a possibility for three start-up companies to win tailor made support from world leading advisors McKinsey & Co, Brunswick Group and Mannheimer Swartling. On the current nomination list of 100 Nordic startup companies, more than one third of the companies have SSE alumni as founders, team members, or on the Board of Directors!