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DN Debatt: ”Sveriges invandrare drabbas hårdast av coronakrisen”

07 October 2020
DEBATT 27/3. Fyra ekonomiforskare: Det behövs stora insatser om vi ska undvika en ohållbar integrations- och arbetsmarknadssituation efter pandemin. Redan nu vet vi att coronakrisen kommer att leda till stora utmaningar för de mest utsatta i samhället och många invandrare är i en särskilt svår situation.

Debatt: Pandemin kräver ökat samarbete mellan stat och näringsliv för fossilfri produktion och konsumtion

07 October 2020
Staten har med anledning av coronapandemin tilldelat näringslivet stora resurser och på osedvanligt kort tid ändrat i vissa regelsystem. När det nu är dags för omstart kan det aldrig bli fråga om återgång till ”business as usual”. Det skriver Sven-Olof Junker och Lars-Gunnar Mattsson som båda är kopplade till Handelshögskolan i Stockholm.

Timely student communication and sharing the recipe for a great teacher

07 October 2020
The pandemic forced teachers, professors, lecturers and other pedagogues to adapt their courses and their teaching to online education. Someone doing this with a top result is Assistant professor Dong Yan who has been awarded SSE’s diploma for Outstanding Pedagogical Achievement for autumn 2020.

Öppet seminarium vid Score

06 October 2020
Torsdag 8 oktober kl. 10.00-11.30 håller Kerstin Jacobsson, professor i sociologi vid Göteborgs universitet, ett öppet seminarium vid Score. Varmt välkommen att delta via Zoom!

H&M Theme Lecture on business planning in practice

06 October 2020
H&M had a theme lecture with focus on business planning and building a long-term vision for their Kids Wear.

No fail-safe recipe for international e-commerce

06 October 2020
Online sales have taken off during the COVID-19 pandemic, and for many small and medium enterprises in Sweden, the international market promises new and sorely needed customer groups. But there isn’t a fool-proof way for success on the international market, researchers at SSE’s Center for Retailing explain.

Does political illegitimacy in Belarus imply new economic risks?

06 October 2020
Today’s political crisis in Belarus has given a rise to the phenomenon classified in political science as political illegitimacy. However, this is not a pure political phenomenon. It causes adverse and severe economic adjustments. In a short-term perspective, it gives a rise to numerous risks of financial destabilization. Moreover, it is likely to deepen the current recession and make it protracted. In the long-term, political illegitimacy causes adverse institutional adjustments and erosion of human capital, which is likely to lead a country into a long-standing depression.

2 MSEK for sustainability index research project

06 October 2020
Emma Sjöström, Director of the Sustainable Finance Initiative at Misum, Rickard Sandberg (Head of the SSE Center for Data Analytics (CDA)) and Anders Westlund (Professor Emeritus CDA) have been awarded with a SEK 2,090 million research grant to pursue the project “On accountable measurement of corporate sustainability; the need for a sustainability index – proceedings and extensions.”

Bigert & Bergström's CO2 Lock-In exhibited outside the school

01 October 2020
300 kg is the average weight of a Swede's CO2 emissions for three weeks. Outside SSE the kilos can now nail you to the ground. The artwork CO2 Lock-In by the internationally recognized Stockholm-based artist duo Bigert & Bergström is exhibited on Sveavägen 65 until October 22 by SSE Art Initiative in cooperation with Stockholm Konst.

Transition and Beyond: Women on the labour market in the context of changing social norms

01 October 2020
What are the developments of gender gaps in the labour market and social norms related to labour market activity? Authors from BEROC, BICEPS, CenEA, CEFIR, ISET PI and SITE discuss change of labour markets in the latest FROGEE brief.

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