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New research looks into why organizations under-employ highly-skilled migrants

25 August 2021
Research published earlier this year investigates potential reasons for the underemployment of highly-skilled migrants at the organizational level. The study shifts the focus from the common narrative of finding explanations at the individual level, to asking why organizations themselves under-employ highly-skilled migrants.

COVID-19 vaccine acceptance high in low- and middle-income countries

18 August 2021
New evidence to support prioritizing vaccine distribution to low- and middle-income countries to expand global immunization coverage.

5 measures economists are debating for reducing carbon emissions

16 August 2021
Carbon pricing has long been the recommended tool of economists for mitigating climate change. In 2019, over 5000 economists, including 28 Nobel Laureate Economists, co-signed statements urging US and EU policy makers to adopt carbon pricing models. What does expanding existing carbon pricing schemes mean and what about other emission reduction methods? Here is a roundup of five possible measures currently being debated by economists.

First three Misum Academic Insights for 2021 out now

01 July 2021
Misum Academic Insights is a series of online briefs highlighting research carried out by our affiliates. Each insight provides a short overview of a research project with its results as well as implications for practice. Read the first three editions in the series below.

Using lotteries to speed up corona-vaccine uptake

22 June 2021
In effort to expedite progress in coronavirus vaccine uptake, several countries have started incentivising prospective vaccine-takers with lotteries and the chance of a big win. Research co produced with Misum's Executive Director explores this growing public health incentive.

Watch the ‘Bending the Global Emissions Curve’ webinar on demand

14 June 2021
Researchers, EU and Swedish politicians explore minimum carbon taxation agreements and pathways for Swedish climate policy to further reduce global CO2 emissions.

Water, community and networks in the RECIRCULATE context

21 April 2021
In this article, developed from her highly commended entry to the FLOW “Write a Blog” competition”, Kathleen Burke describes her research into sustainable entrepreneurial ecosystems.

Misum Annual Report 2020

31 March 2021
Download our annual report to read about Misum’s new research trajectory on accelerating scientific knowledge for sustainable markets with impact.

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.

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.