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SSE Business Lab gears up in sustainability: 10 new companies to be coached

04 March 2024
SSE Business Lab was one of the first incubators in Sweden to introduce diversity and sustainability criteria in their admissions. Now, they’re raising the bar further by making sustainability coaching mandatory for all companies.

Call for papers | The political economy of environmental policy

15 February 2024
The Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE) and the Forum for Research on Eastern Europe: Climate and Environment (FREECE) invites paper submissions to a one-day workshop session on the 'Political Economy of Environmental Policy' with a keynote lecture by Michaël Aklin (EPFL, Swiss Federal Institute) on 19th of April 2024 in Stockholm.

New publication | Online shopping favors environmental labels, in-store promotes social labels

01 February 2024
Service firms aiming for sustainability can benefit by aligning their marketing strategies with consumer motives across different shopping channels. A new study published in the Journal of Service Retail reveals that online shoppers select products with environmental labels, while in-store shoppers pick products with social sustainability labels.

Appointment of Professor Paolo Quattrone as a Misum Visiting Professor

19 January 2024
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Paolo Quattrone as a Misum Visiting Professor at the accounting frameworks platform.

Startups defy the recession: 10 new companies admitted to SSE Business Lab

16 October 2023
The increasingly tough economic climate is inspiring innovation among this year’s startups, which focus on solving pressing problems. After the last round of admissions for the year, SSE Business Lab is betting on ten new companies.

Environmental enforcement in the EU: Insights from administrative cases in the US

21 August 2023
In this brief, Pamela Campa and co-author examine the EU commissions (EC) proposal and highlight its commendable aim of strengthening environmental regulation enforcement at the EU level. However, they also note its limitations in terms of the enforcement tools it encompasses. Their focus is on discussing the potential benefits of utilizing administrative law tools for enforcing environmental regulation, in contrast to the current emphasis on criminal law in the EC's approach.

Record applications to SSE’s incubator: 11 new startups admitted

12 June 2023
After an intensive admissions period, SSE Business Lab is taking in eleven new companies. The startups are tackling challenges like the green energy transition and people’s deteriorating private finances.

Doctoral Dissertation Defense by Maria J. Bustamante

05 April 2023
Maria J. Bustamante (DMS) defends her PhD dissertation on April 28.

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.
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