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History course takes SSE students to Washington, D.C.

09 May 2022
Last week students visited the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies as part of their course in applied history. They listened to lectures about the Cold War from leading scholars and visited historical sites in the American capital.

Highlights from the event "Support the future of Ukraine"

21 April 2022
The world is darkened by Russia´s terrifying and tragic war against Ukraine. The Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) together with the Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE) and the Embassy of Ukraine in Sweden hosted a fundraising event and discussion on how to provide intellectual and humanitarian support to faculty members, researchers, and students working within and outside Ukraine’s borders.

Business school education, motivation, and young adults' stock market participation

11 April 2022
New research from Department of Accounting faculty examines whether business school education increases students’ stock market participation.

SSE to be renovated, thanks to a donation from Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation

07 April 2022
A century’s worth of history and celebrated architecture meets modern art and the future in tech; The historical premises of the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) are about to get a facelift, thanks to a generous donation from Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation.

SSE students visit the University of Cambridge

05 April 2022
The course in applied history takes students to Peterhouse College and the Centre for Geopolitics, where they learn about the past from prominent historians.

New evidence on inequalities in education in low and middle-income countries

07 February 2022
Socioeconomic status and test scores are important predictors of educational attainment gaps in rich countries. Associate Professor Abhijeet Singh from the Economics Department of the Stockholm School of Economics and his co-authors present new evidence on inequalities in education in low and middle-income countries (LMIC).

Start of the SSE MBA Executive Format program

16 December 2021
December 6 marked the first stage of an 18 month journey for a new group of MBA students at the Stockholm School of Economics. Over 50 participants are enrolled in the SSE MBA Executive Format 2021 Autumn program, an intense learning experience that prepares them to build, lead and develop organizations in the global arena.

MBA scholarship recipients to strengthen Swedish competitiveness

08 December 2021
Linda Frygell and Raphael Neves Batista have been awarded the Carl Silfvén SSE MBA 2021 Autumn scholarships. The scholarships are given to the next generation of leaders to promote the competitiveness of Swedish-based business in an international market.

Abhijeet Singh winner of SSE Corporate Partners’ Research Award 2021

06 December 2021
Associate Professor Abhijeet Singh has been awarded the SSE Corporate Partners’ Research Award 2021 for his empirical studies of education polices. The award, which amounts to 100,000 SEK, was presented by SSE President Lars Strannegård.

Emma Stenström awarded the SSE Corporate Partners’ Pedagogical Award 2021

06 December 2021
This year's Corporate Partners' Pedagogical Award goes to Emma Stenström for her long-standing passion for pedagogical innovation and her deep commitment to the development of responsible citizens and leaders. SSE President Lars Strannegård presented the award, which amounts to 100,000 SEK.
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