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.
Robin Teigland and Lin Lerpold two of the business community's most influential women
The Swedish business magazine Veckans Affärer has listed the business community’s most influential women in eight categories; CEO, owner, entrepreneur, social change maker, professional board member, director, tech profile and business woman. For the second year in a row the SSE professors Robin Teigland and Lin Lerpold are among these women.
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.
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.
Ny forskning pekar på behovet av flexibilitet i offentlig upphandling
Gabriel Karlberg, forskare vid institutionen för redovisning och finansiering vid Handelshögskolan i Stockholm, presenterar sin avhandling: ”Styrning av outsourcad offentlig service – en balansakt mellan fasthet och flexibilitet”.
Åke Freij awarded Handelsbanken's doctoral scholarship
Åke Freij has been awarded Handelsbanken's Doctoral Scholarship (Senska Handelsbankens doktorandstipendium).
Anna Dreber Almenberg – new professor at the Stockholm School of Economics
Anna Dreber Almenberg has today been appointed Professor of Economics by the Board of the Stockholm School of Economics. Anna is a well-established researcher whose interdisciplinary studies in behavioral economics have been published in the world’s foremost scientific journals. In connection with Anna’s promotion as professor, she becomes the holder of the Johan Björkman Chair in Economics.
SSE and KI in unique research about the contraceptive pill
In an ongoing research project, researchers at the Stockholm School of Economics and Karolinska Institutet (KI) investigate how women's well-being and economic decision making is affected by the pill. The method is a double-blind randomized study with about 340 participants.
Two SSE researchers elected new members of the Young Academy of Sweden
Anna Dreber Almenberg, Associate Professor at the Department of Economics and Karl Wennberg, Professor at the Department of Management are two of the eight new members presented at The Young Academy of Sweden’s fifth anniversary.