Samarbete mellan akademi och praktik en pedagogisk framgångsfaktor för Handelshögskolan i Stockholm
För Handelshögskolans kandidatprogram i Retail Management är samarbetet mellan högskola och företag en pedagogisk framgångsfaktor. Den unika pedagogiken uppmärksammas nu i en vetenskaplig artikel publicerad i Journal of Marketing Education.
SITE research on top incomes from a gender perspective
In recent years the importance of top incomes has become apparent in the study of economic inequality. But one dimension that has not received attention in the top income literature is that of gender. In “Women in Top Incomes: Evidence from Sweden 1974–2013”, SITE Associate Professor Jesper Roine therefore takes a closer look at top incomes from a gender perspective together with Anne Boschini and Kristin Gunnarsson.
SSE recruits internationally renowned professor
Alexander Ljungqvist, an internationally renowned professor specializing in corporate finance, entrepreneurship, and capital markets research, has been recruited to the Stockholm School of Economics and appointed to the Stefan Persson Family Chair in Entrepreneurial Finance.
Anna Kinberg Batra is recruited to the Stockholm School of Economics
Anna Kinberg Batra, former Leader of the Moderate Party, will join the Center for Advanced Studies in Leadership starting March 1. Together with the Center’s researchers and partners, she will explore the demands imposed on leadership in turbulent times, in both the business and public sectors, and utilize her experience and knowledge in SSE’s various education programs.
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.
Handelsforskare menar att spridningen av HIV kan minska genom lotteri
Martina Björkman Nyqvist, forskare på Handelshögskolan i Stockholm och Jakob Svensson, professor på Stockholms Universitet har genomfört en experimentell fältstudie som prövar en metod för att minska spridningen av hiv genom lotteri. Studien har sammanfattas i en ny SNS Analys
Report launch – Highly educated talent pool fuels fintech in Stockholm
The Stockholm School of Economics and Invest Stockholm release the third Stockholm FinTech Report today, which examines investments, the talent pool, and trends. This report reviews disclosed investments, assesses insights into the review of 3069 LinkedIn profiles of FinTech employees and provides interviews with 13 regional market leaders.
SITE Research on Whistleblower Rewards, False Reports & Corporate Fraud
Rewards for whistleblowers – is it an efficient way to detect crimes? Or will it lead to fraudulent reports, making law enforcement costlier and less effective in the end? These questions are at the centre of a heated debate, as US enforcement agencies have been increasingly relying on incentives for corporate whistleblowers, while their European counterparts appear weary of introducing them. SITE Professor Giancarlo Spagnolo, together with Paolo Buccirossi and Giovanni Immordino, try to shed some light on this debate by studying how an effective reward program can be designed.
How do we prevent the next financial crisis?
Marcus Opp, Associate Professor in financial economics at the Stockholm School of Economics, has received a research grant from the Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation to study how to prevent banks from taking risks that can trigger another financial crisis.
Four SSE researchers awarded the Wallander scholarship
Congratulations to Ingrid Stigzelius, Affiliated Researcher at the Mistra Center for Sustainable Markets, Lotta Hultin, Postdoc Fellow at SIR* and Ingrid Gustafsson, researcher at Score**, who have been awarded the Wallander scholarship from the Tore Browaldh Foundation.