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.
SSE’s incubator solves social problems with tech – admits 9 new startups
13 March 2023
Nine new startups have been admitted to the Stockholm School of Economics’ startup incubator, SSE Business Lab. Several of the business ideas seek to bridge social divides and promote social cohesion.
Andreas Johansson takes over as CEO of SSE Business Lab – will strengthen support to sustainable startups
07 March 2023
The Stockholm School of Economics has appointed Andreas Johansson as the new CEO of the School's prestigious startup incubator. He is taking over from Julia Delin, who is leading the School’s fund SSE Ventures. Under Andreas Johansson's leadership, SSE Business Lab will expand its efforts into helping sustainable companies scale up internationally.
Anders Wall Scholarship awarded to SSE entrepreneur guiding consumers towards sustainable purchases
03 March 2023
Bachelor student Odessa Bäckfors (b. 2000) has been awarded the Anders Wall Scholarship of 200'000SEK. The scholarship is given in collaboration with SSE Business Lab and aims to highlight and encourage SSE students that have excelled in entrepreneurship and creative thinking.
Birth versus worth: how does the Indian caste system affect entrepreneurship?
09 February 2023
Misallocation of resources explains much of the productivity differences across countries, but the role of informal institutions in this misallocation has been little documented. In a recently published paper, Sampreet Goraya, Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics, brings evidence that the Indian caste system has a distortionary effect on capital and talent allocation in the economy.
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.
Emma Rui Lu: House of Innovation’s latest PhD graduate
10 January 2023
House of Innovation is proud to present its latest PhD graduate: Emma Rui Lu. She has successfully defended her thesis today, and we congratulate her on this momentous achievement. Congratulations, Emma!
PhD student positions available at the House of Innovation (2023)
13 December 2022
The House of Innovation (HOI) at the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) is seeking applicants for its PhD program in Business Administration.
Julia Delin takes on the role as CEO of SSE Ventures – the search for a new CEO for SSE Business Lab begins
01 December 2022
Since 2019 Julia Delin has led and developed SSE Business Lab as CEO. She has recently successfully completed the first stage of fundraising for the School's new investment fund, SSE Ventures. As Julia moves to the CEO role at SSE Ventures full time, the search for a new CEO for SSE Business Lab has been initiated.
SSE Business Lab partners up with Microsoft
18 November 2022
In a combined effort to strengthen Sweden’s international competitiveness, the School’s startup incubator has partnered up with Microsoft Sweden. By supporting the incubator, the tech corporation wants to help SSE Business Lab’s startups accelerate their growth journeys. Through the partnership, the startups gain access to powerful development and productivity tools and become part of Microsoft’s global network of startups.