Debate: Protecting whistleblowers must not be a matter of letting the wolf guard the sheep
14 January 2022
At the end of December, a new law banning the punishment of whistleblowers was introduced in Sweden. Several prominent researchers, including House of Innovation's Associate Professor Anna Essén, are figuring out what private and public organizations need to consider when implementing the law.
SITE researchers Giancarlo Spagnolo and Theo Nyreröd discuss money laundering and whistleblowers at SNS
12 November 2021
How does the fight against money laundering work? Are the regulations effective enough to detect and counter-strike money laundering? And what role can the whistleblower play in the fight against money laundering? Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE) researchers Giancarlo Spagnolo and Theo Nyreröd discussed money laundering and whistleblowers at SNS.
What motivates whistleblowers to come forward with information?
26 March 2021
Wall Street Journal mentions SITE researcher Giancarlo Spagnolo's research study on "Motivating Whistleblowers". A study that shines light into what motivates people to come forward with information about wrongdoing.
New article examines entrepreneurship in the space industry
24 February 2021
New research on innovation and entrepreneurship suggests that institutions and policies within the space industry have effectively shrunk the entrepreneurial field there, leaving little room for enterprise.
New research: using technology to support financial services regulatory compliance
15 February 2021
New research on innovation suggests that RegTech providers are currently focused mostly on internal processes and associated compliance. The study recommends that RegTech providers begin offering solutions for the strategic management of regulations and not just pure compliance.
Erik Wetter Speaks Out on Data Sharing
21 January 2021
House of Innovation Assistant Professor, Erik Wetter, joined a panel of data experts convened in late 2020 to address concerns about data, analytics, automation, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.
Safeguarding academic freedom in Europe, a pressing concern for democracy
27 October 2020
The European University of Social Sciences welcomes the European Court’s ruling on "Lex CEU".
Cost overrun and procurement competence in Sweden
03 June 2020
Sweden lacks both statistics and skills that enable better procurement. A statement by SITE's researcher Giancarlo Spagnolo in a new report that calls for better education and career opportunities for public procurers in an interview with Dagens Samhälle.
Leniency and Damages
25 February 2015
by Catarina Marvao and Giancarlo Spagnolo (with Paolo Buccirossiy), SITE Working paper
The EU Leniency Programme and Recidivism
08 September 2014
by Catarina Marvao, SITE Working Paper