Magnus Mähring appointed holder of the Erling Persson Chair in Business Administration
The Board of Directors of the Stockholm School of Economics has appointed Magnus Mähring as the holder of the Erling Persson Chair in Business Administration, especially entrepreneurship and digital innovation.
Why fintech entrepreneurs choose to study finance
Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) has fostered close relations with the city’s tech start-up community. Many of the faculty are deeply involved with the fintech community, both through their research on related topics and as directors, advisers and investment committee members, says professor to Bo Becker to Financial Times.
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Gender equality and economic development - highlights from SITE Development Day 2018
The Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE) with support from the Ministry for Foreign Affairs organised the annual SITE Development Day conference dedicated to discuss initiatives that can help create a more equal society and improve economic development.
Stockholm School of Economics ranks highest in internationalization index
For the third consecutive year, the Stockholm School of Economics tops the list of Sweden’s most international universities in the Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education’s (STINT) annual Internationalization Index.
Nina Åkestam the Media Personality of the year
Nina Åkestam, researcher at SSE, has been named the Media Personality of the Year 2018 in the Stockholm Media Award competition.
With a flair for finance
Behavioral finance is a subject that can be difficult and sensitive. Economic decisions are rarely based solely on rational grounds and Anders Anderson’s research shows that awareness about our own limitations is more important than we previously thought.
SITE Research on Political Behavior in the Arab World
Why do citizens facing similar conditions – marginalization, exclusion, deteriorating public services, corrupt government, and inequality – rely on different behaviors to express political sentiments?
Collaboration between the academy and the business sector is a pedagogical success factor for SSE
The collaboration between faculty and companies is an educational success factor for the Stockholm School of Economics’ bachelor program in Retail Management. The unique pedagogy is now featured in a scientific article published in the Journal of Marketing Education.
Martina Björkman Nyqvist receives research funding to evaluate innovative education in India
Martina Björkman Nyqvist (Associate Professor, Department of Economics) has received research funding of 2 million SEK from Carl Bennet in order to evaluate an innovative education program in Assam in Northeast India.