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NEW MISUM DIRECTOR OF STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT APPOINTED

18 May 2020
Misum welcomes Maya Rebermark in the new position as Misum Director of Stakeholder Engagement – with focus on sustainable markets. Maya hails from the Stockholm Resilience Centre where she has led global engagement efforts for international transdisciplinary coalitions including the EAT-Lancet Commission and the Global Resilience Partnership.

How corona is changing the retail industry

14 May 2020
Social distancing has fundamentally changed shopping behaviors and thereby the retail industry – but what will happen next? What opportunities may arise as the dust settles and we move towards a new normal?

2 MSEK grant for the research project "Legislative reforms and violence against women"

14 May 2020
SITE Researchers Pamela Campa, Elena Paltseva, Maria Perrotta Berlin and Giancarlo Spagnolo were awarded 2 MSEK from Jan Wallanders and Tom Hedelius foundation and Tore Browaldhs foundation for their research on gender-based violence in Eastern Europe, Sweden and Canada.

Misum's Hanna Setterberg in new IVA report: The role of the financial sector for a circular economy

14 May 2020
The Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA) just released an interdisciplinary synthesis report on how ‘Resource Effectiveness and the Circular Economy’ can become reality in Sweden. Hanna Setterberg, Misum Affiliated Researcher, elucidates the importance of the financial sector.

Open schools saved Sweden billions of SEK

12 May 2020
In the latest episode from Vetenskapens Värld "The way out of corona", Jesper Roine among many other experts explains what the pandemic measures from the government have cost the Swedish economy. Has Sweden performed better financially compared to the other Nordic countries?

Organizing virtual academic meetings in the wake of COVID-19

12 May 2020
COVID-19 has forced academia to rethink the ways we work and connect with peers across the world. So, what are the best formats and approaches to virtual academic meetings that keep the research – as well as the interpersonal connections – going? The Center for Sports and Business at the Stockholm School of Economics has some insights to share.

MISUM Executive Director launches webinar series In Development Economics with leading international scholars in the field

12 May 2020
MISUM is pleased to announce the launch of an exciting Virtual Seminar Series in Development Economics (VDEV), starting on Tuesday 12 May at 5 PM, featuring leading scholars, including two Nobel Laureates.

South Africa new choice of destination for CEMS MIM students

11 May 2020
The University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business, UCT GSB, in South Africa is the first business school in sub-Saharan Africa to join CEMS Global Alliance in Management Education. The one-year master’s program opens registrations in May 2020, for its first intake in September 2021.

Vacancy open: Research Assistant at SITE

11 May 2020
Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics are now looking for a new Research Assistant to help out with the research and policy work of our institution. Are you our next RA this fall?

SSE Executive Education tops the Nordic ranking for 20th year running

11 May 2020
The Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) Executive Education ranks the highest in the Nordics and Baltics for management and leadership development – for the 20th consecutive year. This according to the Financial Times, who recently published its annual best business-school ranking. Globally, SSE Executive Education comes in at number 19.

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