How to make financial analysis more long term; new study
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development constitutes a roadmap for where we, as a society that includes the private sector, need to go in just over ten years until 2030. A study from Stockholm Sustainable Finance Centre (SSFC) and Swesif shows that half of buy-side analysts as well as corporate investor relations officers think that sell-side financial research has a detrimental short-term focus. More than a third of sell-side financial analysts agree with this.
Men and women seek advice and retaliation to varying extent
On May 24, 2019 – 100 years to the day after women in Sweden received the right to vote – the first-ever thesis defense in Economics, with only women on stage, is being held at SSE. Emma Heikensten, researcher in Economics, defends her thesis “Motivation and Gender: Experimental studies on Goals, Awards, Advice and Retaliation”.
Master student Sejal Gandhi is awarded Global Swede 2019
At today's Global Swede Award Ceremony SSE master student Sejal Gandhi was one of Sweden's top international students to receive a diploma. She is a very ambitious and enterprising student, who, besides attending the program, is engaged in international tax matters and transfer pricing at PwC Sweden. Sejal Gandhi is scheduled to graduate in June 2019.
Mattia Bianchi appointed professor at the Stockholm School of Economics
Mattia Bianchi has been appointed Professor of Business Administration, especially Innovation Management by the Board of Directors of the Stockholm School of Economics.
Handelshögskolan stöttar 10 startup-bolag inom sportteknik i ett unikt acceleratorprogram
Spin Accelerator Sweden har utsett de första 10 startup-bolagen som kommer få hjälp att skala upp och utveckla sina affärsidéer och bolag. Acceleratorprogrammet är en av de största satsningarna som Center for Sports and Business gjort. Det håller på i tolv veckor och avslutas med en demodag i juni.
Award-winning master thesis in Accounting and Financial Management by Jasmina Fredelind and Matilda Hellman
The master thesis "The Intention to Buy: An Empirical Study of the Choice of Goodwill Method under IFRS" by Jasmina Fredelind and Matilda Hellman won Best thesis 2018, an award distributed by Svenska Revisionsakademin, SRA.
SSE Business Lab välkomnar Mojo Stocks och Qyre till sitt inkubatorprogram
Appar som förenklar vardagen i två nischade branscher kännetecknar de nya bolagen som accepterats in i företagsinkubatorn SSE Business Lab, som drivs av Handelshögskolan i Stockholm.
High tech and cellphones in brick-and-mortar stores make shoppers buy more
Traditional brick-and-mortar stores are becoming increasingly digitalized, with digital displays, scent machines, sound showers, and cellphones frequently used as marketing elements in the store. In his doctoral dissertation “How Technology is Evolving In-Store Shopping Behaviors”, Carl-Philip Ahlbom, a researcher at the Stockholm School of Economics, explores how technologies affect how much shoppers spend.
Parasport Sweden and the Stockholm School of Economics to collaborate as Parasport takes the next step
The Stockholm School of Economics’ Center for Sports and Business is embarking on a new collaboration with Parasport Sweden to help boost the organization during its journey of change. In the long term, the ambition is for elite parasport athletes to perform at a higher level and for the organization to become more profitable.
Alexander Ljungqvist appointed Wallenberg Scholar
Alexander Ljungqvist, who holds the Stefan Persson Family Chair at the Stockholm School of Economics, is one of 22 leading researchers in Sweden to be awarded SEK 18 million each by the Wallenberg foundations. The Wallenberg Scholars program involves a five-year grant for free research.