Misums Emma Sjöström i Dagens Industris tv: vad är en hållbar fond?
TV-inslag: Går det att spara i fonder på ett hållbart sätt? Hur vet man att en fond är hållbar? Och vad är en etisk fond?
SITE Research on Whistleblower Rewards, False Reports & Corporate Fraud
Rewards for whistleblowers – is it an efficient way to detect crimes? Or will it lead to fraudulent reports, making law enforcement costlier and less effective in the end? These questions are at the centre of a heated debate, as US enforcement agencies have been increasingly relying on incentives for corporate whistleblowers, while their European counterparts appear weary of introducing them. SITE Professor Giancarlo Spagnolo, together with Paolo Buccirossi and Giovanni Immordino, try to shed some light on this debate by studying how an effective reward program can be designed.
How do we prevent the next financial crisis?
Marcus Opp, Associate Professor in financial economics at the Stockholm School of Economics, has received a research grant from the Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation to study how to prevent banks from taking risks that can trigger another financial crisis.
Call for papers on Sustainable Finance
Invitation and Call for Papers: The Swedish House of Finance (SHoF) and Mistra Center for Sustainable Markets (Misum) are pleased to invite interested academics and practitioners to a conference on “Sustainable Finance” on August 20-21, 2018, in Stockholm.
Four SSE researchers awarded the Wallander scholarship
Congratulations to Ingrid Stigzelius, Affiliated Researcher at the Mistra Center for Sustainable Markets, Lotta Hultin, Postdoc Fellow at SIR* and Ingrid Gustafsson, researcher at Score**, who have been awarded the Wallander scholarship from the Tore Browaldh Foundation.
EIJS mourns the loss of its first Director Jean-Pierre Lehmann
Jean-Pierre Lehmann passed away in Lausanne on December 21, 2017. Jean-Pierre, a French-American, was head-hunted by Staffan Burenstam Linder, to lead the European Institute of Japanese Studies (EIJS) at the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE), which, after years of fundraising in both Sweden and Japan, was inaugurated in September 1992. JP, as he was generally known, was a major intellectual with a PhD in History from Oxford and a background in Asian, and Japanese studies.
Sara Rosengren in Dagens Nyheter
Sara comments on the challenges of changing consumer behaviours for fashion retailers.
The project “Retail (big)data and predictive analysis ” has been granted SEK 1 720 000 by the Torsten Söderberg’ foundation
"Retail (big)data and predictive analysis" is a joint project by the Center for Retailing (CFR) and the Center for Economic Statistics (CES), and aims at financing PhD students in marketing analytics and predictive analysis using big data from retailing.
Torsten Söderberg Foundation has granted SEK 1 940 000 to the ”Research School in Accounting - FIRE"
Torsten Söderberg Foundation has granted SEK 1 940 000 to the ”Research School in Accounting - FIRE". The Research School in Accounting is a joint project with Gothenburg University, Stockholm School of Economics, Stockholm University and Uppsala University.
Jesper Roine is "Swede of the year" in Economics together with co-writers of Ekonomistas
Since 2006, the magazine Fokus has given an annual award – “Swede of the year” – in different categories to Swedes who have contributed to society. This year, the recipients of the award in Economics are the writers behind the blog Ekonomistas, one of whom is SITE Associate Professor Jesper Roine.