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Martina Björkman Nyqvist winner of SSE Corporate Partners' Research Award 2020

17 December 2020
Associate Professor Martina Björkman Nyqvist has been awarded the SSE Corporate Partner Research Award 2020 for her groundbreaking work in development economics. Marie Ehrling, Chairman of Securitas, presented the award, which amounts to 100,000 SEK.

Dr. Ciara Sutton awarded with SSE Corporate Partners' Pedagogical Award

17 December 2020
This year's Corporate Partners' Pedagogical Award goes to Dr. Ciara Sutton for her significant accomplishments in pedagogy and student learning. Helena Saxon, CFO of Investor, presented the award, which amounts to 100,000 SEK.

6 million SEK to research on artificial intelligence

15 December 2020
Professor Per Andersson at the Stockholm School of Economics has been granted 6 million SEK in funding by the Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation for a three-year research project on AI. The project will create a platform for developing knowledge about key challenges in the implementation of new AI solutions.

Robert Östling appointed professor

10 December 2020
Robert Östling has been appointed Professor of Economics at the Stockholm School of Economics. His main interest lies in the fields of applied microeconomics and behavioral economics.

SSE still the leading business school in the Nordics

07 December 2020
Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) advances in the 2020 Financial Times ranking of European business schools and remains the leading business school in the Nordics. SSE has topped the rankings for the last 17 years.

Lars Strannegård re-elected as Deputy Chair of CEMS

03 December 2020
Professors Gregory Whitwell, Dean of the University of Sydney Business School and Lars Strannegård, President of the Stockholm School of Economics have been re-elected as CEMS Chair and Deputy Chair respectively, The CEMS Global Alliance reports.

Pan-European cooperation to solve problems caused by pandemics

03 December 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused widespread problems across the globe. A new EU-funded research project will contribute to strengthen Europe’s response to the impact of COVID-19 as well as future pandemics.

Hybrid solution did not affect SSE students’ grades, research shows

26 November 2020
Moving teaching online and reducing in-person interaction did not affect students’ grades, new research from the Stockholm School of Economics shows.

SSE moves all teaching online

17 November 2020
In light of the increased spread of COVID-19 in Stockholm, and the latest regulations issued by the Swedish government, SSE has decided to move all education to online and distance learning channels as of Monday 23 November.

SSE launches new program with entrepreneurial starpower

10 November 2020
Backed by superstar entrepreneurs like Josefin Langård and Fredrik Hjelm, the Stockholm School of Economics and their venture incubator SSE Business Lab are gearing up to take entrepreneurship to the next level. The new program Ideate aims to increase the number of startups founded by students.

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