New SSE collaborative innovation project for public sector governance: SustainGov
13 March 2023
Dagens Industri Debatt: The New Productivity Commission Needs to Elevate Swedish Leadership
03 February 2023
Louise Bringselius, affiliated researcher at SSE, and Karl Wennberg, scientific director of GaPP, argue that the Western world and Sweden, in particular, face major challenges and fierce international competition in a new Dagens Industri debate article.
Swedish Minister of Finance visits GaPP to present the Swedish budget
13 December 2022
New policy paper on the Swedish School Inspectorate and school performance
06 December 2022
Katarina Martinson sponsors new professorship in finance at SSE
09 November 2022
The Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) is establishing a new professorship in Finance, the Katarina Martinson Chair in Finance, to be held by Professor Mariassunta Giannetti. The new chair is made possible by a donation from Katarina Martinson, thereby ensuring that Sweden and SSE keeps one of the leading professors in financial research.
New working paper on supply chain risk
01 November 2022
Global supply chains are incredibly complex and are poorly understood. Wars, natural disasters, port closures, and cyberattacks make supply chains highly vulnerable. Yet, even though recent events highlight that supply chain shocks are an important source of disruption, research knows little about whether firms systematically update their investors about the ex-ante probability that such shocks may occur and any perceived changes in this source of risk. We are also unable to quantify the effects of supply chain risk on corporate policies.
New research hub to meet the governance challenges of an uncertain future
11 October 2022
The world is facing complex and major challenges, including energy supply, climate change and integration. Finding solutions will require collaborative governance that crosses the boundaries of the private and public. To meet the demand for such knowledge the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) is launching a new research hub – the House of Governance and Public Policy (GaPP).
New paper and podcast on Cultural Diversity in Top Management Teams
29 September 2022
In a newly published research paper, professor Karl Wennberg and colleagues from Spain, Russia and Lithuania writes about what is known and what is unknown in research on Cultural Diversity in Top Management Teams.
Mariassunta Giannetti elected member of the European Financial Architecture Research and Policy Network
29 September 2022
Mapping and contesting peer selection in digitalized public sector benchmarking
16 September 2022
New research from the Department of Accounting explores how digitalization influence the peer selection process in public sector benchmarking.