Joint initiative to address global health challenges through diplomacy
20 November 2023
Global health is becoming increasingly complex, ranging from pandemics and climate change to wars, migration and deteriorating mental health. There is an urgent need for a new generation of global health leaders, equipped with the skills to navigate complex political environments and drive meaningful change. The Stockholm School of Economics and Karolinska Institutet are now launching a new initiative to meet the challenges ahead.
The Swedish Hockey League strengthens its cooperation with the Stockholm School of Economics
09 November 2023
The Swedish Hockey League (SHL) is strengthening its cooperation with the Center for Sports and Business at the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE). SHL is supporting the center with a guest professor, new research projects, and student teams, as well as contributing to a European education program for executives, the European Sports Business Program. The goal is to develop in areas such as organization, digitalization, sustainability, innovation, partnerships, and commercialization.
Three top European business schools join forces to create a new Executive Education Program in Sports Business
17 October 2023
Three of Europe’s top business schools – WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management in Düsseldorf, Germany, the Stockholm School of Economics in Sweden, and ESSEC Business School in Paris, France – have announced the creation of the European Sports Business Program (ESBP), a new business management executive education offering for leaders interested in the European sports industry.
SSE top 2 in Europe for creating unicorn tech founders
26 June 2023
In a new report from Antler, the Stockholm School of Economics ranks second among European academic institutions producing highly successful tech founders. SSE ranks first among Nordic schools in the report.
Prof Emer Sven-Erik Sjöstrand officially launched his most recent study and book “Ägarstyrning"
11 April 2023
On Thursday March 30, Professor Emeritus at the Stockholm School of Economics, Sven-Erik Sjöstrand, officially launched his most recent study and book “Ägarstyrning, en närstudie av ägarnas insatser och handlingsutrymmen i de stora svenska företagen”. The book was highlighted at a well-attended event in the aula followed by networking, drinks and light refreshments in the atrium.
New SSE collaborative innovation project for public sector governance: SustainGov
13 March 2023
Another Russia could have been possible – Isak Axelson
08 March 2023
Russian history is marked by oppression, with the war in Ukraine serving as a painful reminder. However, in the last 170 years, there have been moments of hope for the country. SSE student and Applied History course alumn, Isak Axelson explores three periods of liberalization in Russia that provide valuable lessons.
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.
Torbjörn Becker elected as one of the new members of the IVA’s Economics division
21 December 2022
Torbjörn Becker, Director of SITE, was elected as one of the new Fellow members of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (Kungl. Ingenjörsvetenskapsakademien) together with 38 other prominent researchers and experts in the private and public sectors.
Lunch seminar with China expert Ola Wong
01 December 2022
On 15 December, the Center for Statecraft and Strategic Communication are joined by the journalist Ola Wong for a lunch seminar about official uses of history in today's China.