Finanschefer i styrelsen för Stockholm Sustainable Finance Centre
Magnus Billing, Alectas vd, har utsetts till ordförande i en ny rådgivande styrelse för Stockholm Sustainable Finance Centre (SSFC). Styrelsen tillkännages i dag och ledamöterna omfattar chefer från banker och pensionsfonder, samt experter inom ansvarsfulla och hållbara investeringar.
Misum´s Joakim Sandberg appointed Professor in Groningen
Joakim Sandberg has been appointed Professor of Economics and Finance from a Humanist Perspective at University of Groningen, the Netherlands.
MBA scholar to strengthen Norwegian-Swedish cooperation
Kristina Zaytseva, Deputy Chief Product Owner of Swedbank’s LC&I Business Intelligence Value Stream, has been awarded the SSE MBA NSHK scholarship 2019. The scholarship is awarded to next-generation leaders, strengthening Norwegian and Swedish industry.
SSE climbs to rank 12th in the world
Today, the Financial Times published the FT Master in Management ranking 2018, which expanded to 100 programs. Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) advanced 11 places in the ranking to 12th place in the world.
Scania and Stockholm School of Economics in new partnership
Scania will contribute to a new research centre at the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) over the coming ten years. The collaboration will focus on business models for the future transport ecosystem.
Do social science research findings published in Nature and Science replicate?
Replications of 21 high-profile social science findings demonstrate challenges for reproducibility of research published in the most prestigious scientific journals. The replication effect magnitudes were about 50% smaller than the original studies, and 8 of the 21 replications failed to find significant evidence for the original finding. Researchers betting in prediction markets were very accurate in predicting which findings would replicate and which would not. The limited reproducibility highlights the importance of improving science policies and practices to improve research credibility. The study is published today in Nature Human Behaviour and is a large international collaboration involving researchers from for instance the Stockholm School of Economics.
SSE hosts the 14th Workshop on European Financial Reporting
The workshop, on August 30-31, offers an opportunity for the meeting of academics and practitioners from all over Europe who are interested in recent developments and trends on financial reporting in Europe, with a specific focus on regulation and harmonization due to recent international developments.
Bloomberg highlights SSE’s executive program for newcomers to Sweden
Our RAMP project aims to increase diversity in Swedish industry and help newcomers to a fast track into the Swedish job market. Bloomberg Businessweek writes about the successful project it in a recent article.
Artikel i DN - Bara ett nytt sätt att tänka kan hindra att vår civilisation går bankrutt
Klimatförändringarna kräver inte bara att vi stoppar utsläppen av koldioxid, utan också att vi lyckas skapa nya relationer mellan ekonomi, politik, biologi, vetenskap och kultur. Björn Wiman (DN) möter ett exempel på Handelshögskolan i Stockholm.
SSE's participation in Almedalsveckan
Researchers from the Stockholm School of Economics are taking part in a wide range of topics and public debate during Almedalsveckan 2018.