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Trending? Social media attention on Russia’s war in Ukraine

20 February 2024
As Russia's invasion of Ukraine unfolds, global interest peaks. This brief, by SITE researchers Maria Perrotta Berlin and Jonathan Lehne, examines X (formerly Twitter) trends in 62 nations, shedding light on public engagement amidst geopolitical upheaval. Insights into when and why the conflict captures international attention are explored, offering nuanced understanding of global consciousness dynamics.

SSE at the forefront in research on entrepreneurship

19 February 2024
The Stockholm School of Economics produced the highest number of doctoral theses in entrepreneurship in Sweden in 2023. Eight out of the 54 produced in the country, came from SSE's House of Innovation.

First module of the European Sports Business Program (ESBP) in Dusseldorf, Germany

18 February 2024
This week, the European Sports Business Program (ESBP) officially launched its first module - Corporate Foresight & Strategy Making - at WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management in Dusseldorf, Germany.

Patrik Ström, Director of European Institute of Japanese Studies, in Nyheter24

16 February 2024
Experten: Japans ekonomi krymper – varför går börsen upp?

Sustainable Development at ICA

15 February 2024
ICA Retail Club had a workshop about sustainability development.

Postdoctoral research position: (Re)Constructing modern Ukraine—People, institutions, and the environment project

15 February 2024
We are looking for a Post Doc to a large international research project entitled (Re)Constructing Modern Ukraine—People, Institutions, and the Environment awarded by the Foundation for Baltic and East European Studies (FBEES).

Call for papers | The political economy of environmental policy

15 February 2024
The Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE) and the Forum for Research on Eastern Europe: Climate and Environment (FREECE) invites paper submissions to a one-day workshop session on the 'Political Economy of Environmental Policy' with a keynote lecture by Michaël Aklin (EPFL, Swiss Federal Institute) on 19th of April 2024 in Stockholm.

Collective visibility – Leveraging the power of women in sports

14 February 2024
Sport is a global phenomenon affecting millions of people all over the world. Yet, men dominate in many sports. Male stars make more money, male sport executives often hold the power and in many conferences, men sit on panels and are invited as keynote speakers. In this event we celebrate the collective visibility of women.By sharing best practice and describing pioneering events, we aim to leverage the power of women in sports. Join us at the Stockholm School of Economics to debate these issues, network and learn from each other.

Gen Z at Axfood

14 February 2024
The students in Axel Johnson Retail Club were invited to a workshop on Gen Z at the Axfood headquarter at Torsplan in Stockholm.

Moving Everybody: Looking Into H&M Move's Future

14 February 2024
H&M Retail Club had an engaging workshop session discussing the future trajectory of H&M Move's brand and retail stores.
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