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Financial Literacy highlighted during the CIVICA European Week

22 March 2021
Dr. Thomas Lavelle is a member of the faculty at SSE and teaches courses in management and academic communication, academic and creative writing and pedagogy. Given his pedagogical interest and his interest in the interface between language and learning, he has been involved in different types of international programs and projects previously. He is attracted to both aspects of the CIVICA alliance—educational cooperation across borders and locally grounded social engagement. He is now a part of the team organizing the first European Week in June.

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!

Laurence Romani takes over as UN PRME Director at SSE

17 March 2021
We welcome Laurence Romani as the new UN PRME Director at Stockholm School of Economics, a program managed by Misum.

NY BOK: Vad har hänt med årsredovisningarna?

17 March 2021
Walter Schuster och Lars Östman tydliggör årsrapporteringens utveckling i Sverigesedan de första aktiebolagen och närstuderar 20 par av årsredovisningarför 1979 och 2019.

Amerikaner ser mindre på nyheter nu än med Trump

17 March 2021
Richard Wahlund, professor i företagsekonomi med inriktning på medier vid Handelshögsskolan, säger att det är ”en normalisering” av nyhetskonsumtionen eftersom Biden är mer av en ”vanlig” president.

Misum Board members recognized on most powerful women in business rankings

12 March 2021
This week, for the 23rd year in a row, Dagens Industri presented their rankings of the 125 most powerful women in business. Three of the highlighted inspirational women are Misum board members and include our Chair.

Understanding Russia’s GDP numbers in the COVID-19 crisis

11 March 2021
Policy brief: Russia’s real GDP fell by a modest 3 percent in 2020. The question addressed here is how a major oil-exporting country can go through the COVID-19 pandemic with a decline of this magnitude when oil prices fell by 35 percent at the same time as the domestic economy suffered from lock-downs. The short answer is that it is mainly a statistical mirage. Read the policy brief to learn more!

Susanne Sweet on Circular Economy at Climate First digital event

10 March 2021
CSRs research director Susanne Sweet is a speaker at the live streamed event 'Circulär ekonomi är för alla' 25 March at 16:00 organised by Fotografiska, Climate First and Hermes Group.

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