Save the date! 9th N.G.O. workshop, June 19-20
SITE and the N.G.O. network jointly organize this year’s edition of the annual N.G.O. workshop on June 19-20. The workshop will focus on the organizational and contractual aspects of the provision of public goods and services by organizations that are neither purely for-profit nor public-sector.
Bunraku (Traditional Japanese Marionette Theatre) Performance on April 20 at SSE
This year, 2018, Sweden and Japan are celebrating the 150th anniversary of diplomatic relations.
The European Institute of Japanese Studies (EIJS), the Japanese Association in Stockholm (JFS) and Stockholm University (Department of Asian, Middle Eastern and Turkish Studies) would like to invite you to a special workshop with a Bunraku troupe from Chiryu City (Aichi, Japan).
Bunraku, that is, traditional marionette theatre (also called Ningyō Jōruri) and this group, Chiryu-dashi-bunraku-hozonkai was recognized by UNESCO as World Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2016.
Please join us and enjoy the dolls’ dance at close range!
Applied Retail Track in Dagens Handel
Dagens Handel has published an article on the Applied Retail Track. Applied Retail Track, a course co-created by students, faculty and corporate partners. It is part of the 3-year bachelor’s degree program in retail management run by the Center for Retailing (CFR).
Master students awarded for thesis on innovation
Piotr Bukanski and Tiago Enes wrote their masters thesis about "The Impact of M&A on Innovation: A European Perspective." Now they have been awarded third prize in a competiton for essays on innovation, commercialization and utilization organized by Entrepreneurship and Small Business Research Institute (ESBRI) and Sweden's innovation agency (Vinnova).
Collaboration between the academy and the business sector is a pedagogical success factor for SSE
The collaboration between faculty and companies is an educational success factor for the Stockholm School of Economics’ bachelor program in Retail Management. The unique pedagogy is now featured in a scientific article published in the Journal of Marketing Education.
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.
Torbjörn Becker on Morgonstudion
How will the Russian economy develop under Putin's next term? Torbjörn Becker, Director of SITE, provides insights on Morgonstudion.
Swedish and Finnish experts discuss Russia’s economic and political development
On Thursday March 15, SITE organised a seminar together with the Embassy of Finland on the state of Russia ahead of the election. Finnish and Swedish experts on Russia were gathered to discuss how the presidential election will impact economic and political development in Russia.
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’.