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How does Climate Polarization Shape Green Investments?

02 May 2024

Paolo Sodini awarded new professorship in finance

16 April 2024
The Stockholm School of Economics is establishing a new professorship in Finance, the 25th Anniversary Professor of Finance, to be held by Professor Paolo Sodini. The new chair is made possible by a donation from Anne Weidemanis Mägi and Joakim Weidemanis.

SSE Professor Alexander Ljungqvist receives grant from the ERC

11 April 2024
Professor Alexander Ljungqvist has been awarded the prestigious Advanced Grant by the European Research Council (ERC) as part of its flagship Horizon Europe program. He is the first researcher at SSE to receive the grant.

Designing a Carbon Tax Policy That Works

19 March 2024

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.

Carbon Pricing Significantly Reduces Carbon Emissions: New Study

17 January 2024

Stefan Ingves appointed "Senior Fellow" at Swedish House of Finance

17 October 2023
Stefan Ingves is now a senior fellow at the Swedish House of Finance after serving as the head of Riksbank for 17 years.

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.

SSE's MFIN program ranked 18 in the world

12 June 2023
SSE’s Master in Finance program ranks 18 in the world. This according to the latest Financial Times ranking of the best Master in Finance programs released today.

Is psychological safety and resilience important for investment employees?

08 June 2023
Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) initiates a new research collaboration with Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM) to investigate the importance of psychological safety and resilience among employees in the fund.
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