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.
Stockholm School of Economics recruits leading international researcher to new Wallenberg chair
Professor Sarah Jack from Lancaster University becomes the first holder of the Jacob and Marcus Wallenberg Chair in Sustainable and Innovative Business Development.
Sara Rosengren has been appointed the first holder of the ICA Retailers’ Chair in Business Administration, especially Retailing
A generous donation from the Association of ICA Retailers has enabled the establishment of a new professorship in retailing at the Stockholm School of Economics. Professor Sara Rosengren has been appointed as the first holder of this chair.
SSE Executive Education #1 in the Nordic and Baltic region – again
In Financial Times’ international ranking of business schools for management and leadership development, SSE Executive Education keeps its top position within the Nordic and Baltic region. And climbs on the international level.
Sara Rosengren appointed new professor at the Stockholm School of Economics
The Board of the Stockholm School of Economics has today appointed Sara Rosengren as Professor of Business Administration, especially marketing.
Anders Richtnér new CEO of Executive Education at SSE
In connection with SSE Executive Education moving into the school’s premises at Sveavägen 65, Anders Richtnér has been appointed as the new CEO of SSE Executive Education. On February 1, 2017, he will take over from Ingrid Engström, who has thus completed the crucial assignment of integrating executive education at the Stockholm School of Economics.
Receiver context determines the effectiveness of advertising
The social and physical contexts are crucial to how we perceive advertising and are affected by it. This is shown in a recently published dissertation from the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE).
Two new professors appointed at SSE
The Board of Directors at the Stockholm School of Economics has appointed two new professors; Kalle Kraus and Henrik Nilsson.
Mette Morsing awarded SSE's new professorship in sustainable markets
The Board of the Stockholm School of Economics has today decided to award Professor Mette Morsing the new Mistra Chair in Sustainable Markets, funded by the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Environmental Research, Mistra.