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Öppet seminarium vid Score: Kamal A Munir

29 March 2021
Torsdag 29 april kl. 10.00-11.30 håller Kamal A Munir, Professor of Strategy & Policy at Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, ett öppet seminarium vid Score. Varmt välkommen att delta via Zoom!

Career Module with H&M

26 March 2021
Members of the H&M Retail Club that are in their second year of studies had a digital career module lead by Linn Elghorn, Global Trainee Program responsible at H&M.

What motivates whistleblowers to come forward with information?

26 March 2021
Wall Street Journal mentions SITE researcher Giancarlo Spagnolo's research study on "Motivating Whistleblowers". A study that shines light into what motivates people to come forward with information about wrongdoing.

Handelsrådet funds the CFR Research School in Retailing

25 March 2021
Center for Retailing is very happy to announce that Handelsrådet has once again committed to funding the school to be run in 2022. This will be the third iteration of the CFR Research School. Previous rounds have attracted 47 PhD students from 14 countries.

Lena Lid Falkman: Krisen har fått oss att omvärdera kontorets roll

24 March 2021
Vad är egentligen syftet med ett kontor? Ska det vara ett ställe där man träffas och arbetar tillsammans eller är det en plats för fokuserat och analytiskt arbete där alla har ett personligt utrymme? Det har forskaren Lena Lid Falkman undersökt i en ny studie.

Micael Dahlén: Majoriteten mår lika bra eller bättre under pandemin

24 March 2021
Ekonomiprofessor Micael Dahlen fick covid-19 och nådde en vändpunkt i livet.

New members of the International Advisory Council at SSE

23 March 2021
Stockholm School of Economics is welcoming five new members to the International Advisory Council, IAC. The new members will bring an important perspective in further developing and internationalizing the School, representing three different continents.

Inequality in the pandemic: Evidence from Sweden

22 March 2021
Policy brief: Most reports on the labor-market effects of the first wave of COVID-19 have pointed to women, low-skilled workers and other vulnerable groups being more affected. Research on the topic shows a more mixed picture. Researchers from the Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE); Pamela Campa, Jesper Roine and Svante Strömberg explores the Swedish labor market during COVID-19 crisis.

Grant to Kristina Tamm Hallström (DMO)

22 March 2021
Kristina Tamm Hallström (DMO) has been granted 1.850.000 SEK from the Hakon Swenson Stiftelsen for the project “What can we learn from the 100-year-olds?”, to be run in 2022 and 2023, together with Karin Fernler (DMO) and Jenny Lindberg (Urban and Regional Studies, KTH).

Insightful teaching in Advanced Math awarded Outstanding Pedagogical Achievement Autumn 2020

19 March 2021
Jörgen Weibull, Professor Emeritus at the Department of Economics, receives the award for Outstanding Pedagogical Achievement Autumn 2020. Congratulations!

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