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Cost overrun and procurement competence in Sweden

03 June 2020
Sweden lacks both statistics and skills that enable better procurement. A statement by SITE's researcher Giancarlo Spagnolo in a new report that calls for better education and career opportunities for public procurers in an interview with Dagens Samhälle.

​Being European: The need for higher education leadership

03 June 2020
A joint statement on social sciences in a time of crisis, from the Presidents of the partner institutions of CIVICA – The European University of Social Sciences.

Entrepreneurship, innovation, governance and family business: meet Professor Mattias Nordqvist

02 June 2020
Mattias Nordqvist joined SSE’s House of Innovation in January 2020 as a professor of Business Administration with a focus on entrepreneurship. We have asked him some questions to get to know him better!

SSE Library Session with Jason Timbuktu Diakité

29 May 2020
Jason Diakité, known as Timbuktu to the public, is a world renowned hip-hop artist and author. In a live-streamed conversation on June 3, 5.15 pm, he will talk about growing up as a black child in an all white society and how generations have been affected by the trauma of the African diaspora, with Lovisa Fhager Havdelin, Secretary General at non-profit human rights organisation Teskedsorden. Open for all!

Can mindfulness reduce stress at work?

29 May 2020
If you’re already feeling stressed at work – or even if you’re not – a pandemic definitely doesn’t help. Incorporating mindfulness into your workday can not only reduce stress but also improve task performance, new research suggests.

Master student Quyen Nguyen awarded Global Swede 2020

28 May 2020
For the tenth consecutive year the Global Swede Award ceremony was arranged by the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs in collaboration with Swedish Institute, SI. It was the first digitally arranged ceremony. Quyen Nguyen, currently a master student at the Business and Management program of Stockholm School of Economics, was one of 19 students to be awarded.

Magement and product innovation: The moderating role of the dynamic capability of small manufacturing firms

28 May 2020
Today’s international markets are saturated with overwhelming concerns about issues related to the environment, specifically with issues related to how business intersects with environmental conservation. Consumers are becoming more and more prone to purchase products that consider the environment and sustainability, and they are more willing to pay the premium price tag that comes along with supporting those sustainability efforts. This growing concern has inspired manufacturing firms to develop more effective environmental management practices as they innovate newer and better products.

SSE joins Global Network for Advanced Management

28 May 2020
The Stockholm School of Economics has joined the Global Network for Advanced Management. SSE becomes the 32nd school in the network, and the first in Scandinavia.

Nudging out the coronavirus with behavioral economics

20 May 2020
Human behavior is key in any pandemic. So how can a little nudge in the right direction change our behavior for the better? Researcher Nurit Nobel explains the science behind encouraging good behaviors – and how it can help us during the pandemic.

SSE Library Sessions on Poetry – Economy of Words

19 May 2020
“LEVEL UP TO A POETIC ECONOMY”, wrote the artist Patrik Qvist outside the Stockholm School of Economics in 2017. This spring, SSE Library, Natur & Kultur Literary Agenda and SSE Art Initiative have teamed up to offer you excursions into the worlds of poetry and poetics, with Anna Hallberg, Athena Farrokhzad and Jason Diakité as our guides.

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