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Managing diversity through transgender inclusion in the Bangladeshi apparel industry
23 June 2020
A new article from Enrico Fontana, Affiliated Researcher at Misum and lecturer at Sasin School of Management, Chulalongkorn University (Thailand) investigates the main drivers of transgender discrimination in the Bangladeshi apparel industry. Fontana outlines a typology of collaborative practices to shift mindsets and increase transgender socio-economic inclusivity.
Misum economic lectures on utbildningsradion
23 June 2020
In line with the accelerated digitalisation, SSE has collaborated with the Swedish Educational Broadcasting Company “Utbildningsradion” to disseminate current research to a variety of economic topics. On board from Misum: Abhijeet Singh and Maria Perrotta Berlin, talking about how to solve the “learning crisis” of developing countries by relatively simple measures (#SDG4 #SDG10), and the unintended consequences of the ‘Nordic model’ of prostitution legislation (#SDG5 #SDG16).
Maria Booth: House of Innovation’s latest PhD graduate
22 June 2020
House of Innovation is proud to present its latest PhD graduate: Maria Booth. She had her thesis defense last week, and we took the opportunity to ask her a few questions about her time at SSE, her research and her plans the future. Congratulations, Maria!
SSE in top 20 in the Financial Times Masters in Finance ranking
17 June 2020
Stockholm School of Economics ranks number 19 in the Financial Times Masters in Finance ranking. SSE continues as the top school in the Nordic region and currently ranks 15 in Europe.
COVID-19: navigating sustainability risks in the pandemic
17 June 2020
As part of 'Sweden through the crisis', the newly released Covid-19 report from the Stockholm School of Economics, a transdisciplinary team of Misum researchers has explored previous health crises in order to identify sustainability pathways for industry and development policymakers dealing with socio-economic fallout.
Diversity among companies in SSE Business Lab’s summer program
16 June 2020
Diversity is the common thread, as seven teams today start SSE Business Lab’s acceleration program Activate. Over 85 percent of the admitted teams have both male and female co-founders.
Sweden through the crisis: a new research report investigates the Swedish viewpoint in times of coronavirus
15 June 2020
Sweden’s outlier position in handling the coronavirus has put the country at the center of global public debate. How did Sweden end up with different policies than other comparable countries? This subject – and much more – is broached in a comprehensive new report from a group of researchers affiliated with the Stockholm School of Economics, titled Sweden through the crisis.
Enacting professional service work in times of digitalization and potential disruption
05 June 2020
Digitalization is changing many service industries. Nowhere is this more apparent than in standard business-to-consumer services. But also, business-to-business services are also being increasingly blended with digital technologies. Little is known about how this latter type of service is being changed by the onset of robots and artificial intelligence.
Unique technological combinations drive knowledge transfer in inter-firm alliances
05 June 2020
Alliances are at the core of firms’ innovation strategies. They allow firms to strengthen their innovation activities by providing access to technological knowledge developed by other firms. For this reason, alliances are particularly common in high-tech industries where the market position of firms is very dependent on their ability to introduce new and improved products and services. Often, however, alliances fail to meet expectations and do not lead to valuable outputs. It is therefore important to understand what distinguishes successful from less successful alliances.
Torbjörn Becker in SVT Aktuellt
04 June 2020
Every week, the Swedish state pumps billions in support, grants and investments to keep Sweden in the roll. How can Sweden - which for many years saved money to reduce the central government debt - can now offer a gigantic bill of rain? Where does all this money come from? Torbjörn Becker explains in the latest episode of SVT Aktuellt.