SSE researcher to become future leader in global health research
Martina Björkman Nykvist, Assistant Professor at SSE, is one of eight researchers to have been admitted to SIGHT’s (Swedish Institute for Global Health Transformation) new Fellow Program in Gobal Health Leadership. The fellows have been identified as upcoming leaders in global health with the potential to serve as agents of change, with the ability to lead progress towards global health equity and the realization of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Swedish managers are popular abroad
Anders Richtnér, CEO of SSE Executive Education, believes that Swedish mangement could be the next export winner.
Peter Högfeldt Award for outstanding PhD theses
Niklas Amberg, Valeri Sokolovski and Per Åhblom received the Peter Högfeldt Award for their outstanding PhD theses at the conferment ceremony in the Stockholm City Hall on September 23.
Bo Becker - MBA Teacher of the Year!
Professor Bo Becker has been elected Teacher of the Year by the graduating class of MBA students (the SSE MBA 2016 cohort).
Congratulations Farzad Saidi! - BSc Teacher of the Year
”Farzad has come very close to the students, care about and reach out to students in a way that goes far beyond the scopes of the course”, according to the students' quotes.
New flagship program for top management at SSE
SSE Executive Education has launched a new executive program, Decoding X, for managers that lead transformation and define the innovative, digital business models of tomorrow.
SSE climbs in FT’s Master in Management ranking 2017
On Monday, 11 September 2017, the Financial Times published the FT Master in Management (MIM) Ranking 2017.
RAMP Class of 2017
The RAMP class of 2017 has just started with 16 participants from 5 different countries.
The Axel Johnson Group supports the Stockholm School of Economics’ initiative in in-depth learning
Thanks to a close partnership and a donation of SEK 50 million from the Axel Johnson Group, we will be launching the Antonia Ax:son Johnson Tutorial Program, the largest ever initiative in education and personal development in the history of our school. The donation is the only one of its kind in Sweden, where most public and private funding is usually spent on research and not education.
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.