David Domeij appointed Professor of Economics
David Domeij has been appointed Professor of Economics by the Board of Directors of the Stockholm School of Economics.
SITE director on the Russian economy in Svenska Dagbladet
Torbjörn Becker has contributed an article in Swedish on the Russian economy in Svenska Dagbladets blogg ‘Säkerhetsrådet’.
SITE Policy Brief on the Russian Economy under Putin (so far)
Russians are heading to the polling booths on March 18, but where will the economy head after Putin gets elected president again?
Jonas Colliander in Svenska Dagbladet
Jonas was interviewed about influencer marketing in Svenska Dagbladet
Helena Saxon named the Alumna of the Year 2018
The Stockholm School of Economics has named an Alumni of the Year for the first time and the award goes to Helena Saxon, who graduated from the School in 1995 and is now the CFO of Investor.
Jonas Colliander in Dagens Industri
Jonas Colliander was interviewed in Dagens Industri about how recent events affects Google's brand.
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.
Crowdfunding för digitalisering av Handelshögskolan
Handelshögskolan i Stockholm satsar på crowdfunding för att samla in små och stora bidrag under en 24-timmarskampanj kallad Rally for SSE!
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.
Career seminar with World Bank Group and SITE
This Tuesday March 6, the Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE) had the pleasure to, in collaboration with The World Bank Group (WBG), organize a seminar covering an introduction to the WBG and career opportunities within the different parts of the institution.