Organizing Time Exchanges: Lessons from Matching Markets
04 May 2021
The Erasmus Program in Europe and the Tuition Fee Exchange in the US are just two examples of time exchange markets. Despite existing for decades, these markets experience a whole set of issues such as coordination problems and imbalanced outcomes. In this recently published paper, Professor Tommy Andersson, Affiliated Professor at Department of Economics, and coauthors construct a non-manipulative mechanism, that maximizes exchanges among participating agents.
Does the mode of teaching influence learning outcomes?
26 April 2021
The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic put higher education institutions in front of a tremendous challenge: how to provide quality education, while guarantying students and faculty safety? SSE PhD students Erik Merkus and Felix Schafmeister, provide evidence on whether being assigned to online tutorials vis-à-vis attending them in classroom affect students’ learning outcomes.
The SSE MBA Executive Format is launching a new curriculum
30 March 2021
The SSE MBA Executive Format is launching a new curriculum, designed to meet current and future requirements for management in international organizations. In our endeavor to always stay relevant and up to date, we continuously evaluate and update the curriculum of our degree programs. Now we are making a major re-design for our Executive MBA, the SSE MBA Executive Format.
Insightful teaching in Advanced Math awarded Outstanding Pedagogical Achievement Autumn 2020
19 March 2021
Jörgen Weibull, Professor Emeritus at the Department of Economics, receives the award for Outstanding Pedagogical Achievement Autumn 2020. Congratulations!
Dr. Ciara Sutton awarded with SSE Corporate Partners' Pedagogical Award
17 December 2020
This year's Corporate Partners' Pedagogical Award goes to Dr. Ciara Sutton for her significant accomplishments in pedagogy and student learning. Helena Saxon, CFO of Investor, presented the award, which amounts to 100,000 SEK.
Financial Times features SSE MBA alumna
11 December 2020
This week Financial Times features our SSE MBA alumna, Mary Fisher, Director of Operations at National Academy of Design in New York.
Robert Östling appointed professor
10 December 2020
Robert Östling has been appointed Professor of Economics at the Stockholm School of Economics. His main interest lies in the fields of applied microeconomics and behavioral economics.
SSE still the leading business school in the Nordics
07 December 2020
Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) advances in the 2020 Financial Times ranking of European business schools and remains the leading business school in the Nordics. SSE has topped the rankings for the last 17 years.
Lars Strannegård re-elected as Deputy Chair of CEMS
03 December 2020
Professors Gregory Whitwell, Dean of the University of Sydney Business School and Lars Strannegård, President of the Stockholm School of Economics have been re-elected as CEMS Chair and Deputy Chair respectively, The CEMS Global Alliance reports.
SSE MBA top ten in FT EMBA ranking
01 December 2020
Out of the more than 100 programs, the Stockholm School of Economics was ranked eighth in this year's Financial Times ranking, for the two categories Accounting” and Finance” by program graduates who graduated in 2017.