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Students from SSE won the Swedish Championships in Business and Economics

04 June 2021
The Swedish Championships in Business and Economics took place in May and we are happy to announce that Stockholm School of Economics are the winners. Simon Engdahl, Axel Hellbom Almström and Rasmus Salén who all study Business and Economics formed the winning team.

5 steg: Växla till det nya sättet att jobba med innovation

02 June 2021
Ny forskning visar att det behövs en koppling till ansvarsfullt ledarskap om bolag ska lyckas med sin innovation på lång sikt. Här är fem steg för chefer och företag som vill hamna på rätt spår.

Forskare: ”Glappet mellan ansvar och innovation måste fyllas”

02 June 2021
Vad har Telia, EQT och Stora Enso gemensamt? Svar: Deltagandet i en forskningsstudie om ansvarsfullt ledarskap på Handelshögskolan i Stockholm.

Development aid – what do research say about its effects and potential?

02 June 2021
In Ekonomisk Debatt, SITE researcher Anders Olofsgård sheds light into what we can learn about the effectiveness of development aid from literatures at the macro, micro and meso- levels. What are we talking about when we talk about development aid?

Global carbon price most effective policy to combat global warming

01 June 2021
A global tax on carbon agreed upon by several countries worldwide was debated by a group of high-level speakers at the virtual event ‘Bending the Emission curve: Sweden’s Climate Opportunities and Responsibilities’ hosted by Misum (Mistra Centre for Sustainable Markets) at Stockholm School of Economics last week.

Difficult times ahead for the Belarus economy

28 May 2021
Policy brief: The Belarus economy was already struggling to generate growth before both the corona pandemic and the political protests following the August presidential election. The lack of growth was the result of an incomplete transition process to modernize the economy combined with a strong reliance on the Russian economy and its dependence on international commodity prices that have not paid off in recent years. With the added political turmoil and, so far, lack of a new political and economic strategy, the economic outlook for Belarus looks grim. Even if a full-blown crisis may be avoided by restrictive economic policies, stagnation will nevertheless be the most likely outcome without fundamental reforms.

Hybridisation as the future of education

28 May 2021
Ahead of the 3 June CIVICA conference on "Digitalisation and the Future of Higher Education," Magnus Mähring (SSE) discusses how we can leverage technology to improve education long-term.

The southern Urals as a touchstone for Soviet wartime performance

27 May 2021
Policy brief: As time passes and archives open, ever more topics in Russian military-economic history can be studied with primary sources. One such theme is the colossal evacuation of industrial enterprises and equipment from July 1941 onwards. Thousands of railway cars and lorries carried equipment, raw materials, as well as personnel from Ukraine, the Baltics, and western regions of the Russian Federation to the Urals and beyond.

Meet and Greet with Senior Management of Coca-Cola European Partners

26 May 2021
CCEP hosted a workshop wherein students presented ideas for the future for CCEP to senior management.

Sustainable Consumption and Production: Circular Economy & Development - EU Green Week 2021 Partner Event

24 May 2021
Center for Sustainability Research (CSR) at Stockholm School of Economics in partnership with the EU Commission, invites you to a webinar on Sustainable Consumption and Production. This live event brings together prominent researchers from Europe, Africa, Asia, and North America who will share insights and discuss on the topic based on newly published research.

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