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Johanna Rickne receives the Assar Lindbeck Medal 2023

29 November 2023
The Assar Lindbeck Medal 2023 is awarded to professors Johanna Rickne, affiliated professor at the Stockholm School of Economics and professor at Stockholm University, and Olle Folke, professor at Uppsala University. The prize honors Assar Lindbeck's diverse and groundbreaking contributions to economic research and is given every two years to researchers in Sweden under 45 who have significantly contributed to economic thinking and knowledge.

Joint initiative to address global health challenges through diplomacy

20 November 2023
Global health is becoming increasingly complex, ranging from pandemics and climate change to wars, migration and deteriorating mental health. There is an urgent need for a new generation of global health leaders, equipped with the skills to navigate complex political environments and drive meaningful change. The Stockholm School of Economics and Karolinska Institutet are now launching a new initiative to meet the challenges ahead.

Sweden's Finance Minister Presents Budget at the Stockholm School of Economics

27 September 2023
Sweden's Finance Minister, Elisabeth Svantesson, visited the Stockholm School of Economics on Friday, September 22, to deliver a highly engaging lecture before an enthusiastic audience of students, faculty, and community stakeholders. The House of Governance and Public Policy hosted the event on behalf of the Nationalekonomiska Föreningen.

Successful Book Launch: "Data och Modeller: en handbok för analys"

06 September 2023
We are thrilled to share the success of our recent book launch for "Data och Modeller: en handbok för analys".

Johanna Rickne receives SNS Prize 2023 for outstanding research on gender equality and societal impact

30 June 2023
Johanna Rickne, Affiliated Professor at the Stockholm School of Economics, has been awarded the prestigious SNS Prize 2023 for her outstanding research on economic and political gender equality.

Having a daughter can ‘nudge’ CEOs towards supporting equality

24 March 2023
Raising daughters can make male company leaders more supportive of women’s struggles for equality, new research shows. This also leads to employing more women in their companies and on their boards.

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
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