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New collaboration to strengthen Swedish CEOs' abilities in diversity and inclusion

23 May 2024
A new collaboration aims to help CEOs in the business sector enhance their work in increasing diversity and inclusion. The collaboration is between Mitt Liv, a leading partner for diversity, equity and inclusion, and the Stockholm School of Economics Executive Education, ranked best in the Nordics for leadership and business development according to the Financial Times.

Researchers at the Department of Economics receive grants totaling 9.3 million SEK from the Handelsbanken research foundations

17 May 2024
Four researchers at the Department of Economics were awarded grants from the Jan Wallander and Tom Hedelius Foundation and Tore Browaldh Foundation.

Stockholm School of Economics puts happiness on the curriculum for all new bachelor students

15 May 2024
The Stockholm School of Economics is making a big commitment to promoting wellbeing among its students. Starting in August, the School will be the first in the world to offer all new bachelor students a crash course in happiness and wellbeing.

New publication | Nonstandard Errors

08 May 2024
A multi-analyst study where over 160 independent research teams in finance tested the same six hypotheses on the same data set, found very large variation in results across the research teams. Anna Dreber Almenberg and Magnus Johannesson, Professors at the Department of Economics at SSE, and co-authors publish a new article in Journal of Finance.

New chapters by Anders Åslund and Torbjörn Becker focus on Ukraine’s and Russia’s connections to the EU

07 May 2024
The Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE) is proud to highlight two significant contributions by Torbjörn Becker, Director of SITE, and Anders Åslund, the founding director of SITE, to the newly released book, "The Borders of the European Union in a Conflictual World".

SSE President Lars Strannegård receives leadership scholarship

25 April 2024
The President of the Stockholm School of Economics, Lars Strannegård, has been awarded a Leadership Scholarship by The Swedish Employers' Alliance (Arbetsgivaralliansen). He was presented with the award yesterday during the annual general meeting of the alliance.

SSE broadens recruitment in Rosengård

25 April 2024
With the goal of inspiring youth and broadening recruitment to academia as well as the business world, F1RST Stockholm School of Economics, in collaboration with the municipal housing company MKB, is launching a summer school initiative in Rosengård – Summer Camp. The program provides youths with summer jobs, role models, and tools to become future leaders.

Shaping the future together: Stockholm summit on rebuilding war-torn Ukrainian municipalities

22 April 2024
Join Stockholm University and the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs on 29 of April, 2024, for a conference on "Rethinking Cities In Ukraine". Active participation from front-line municipalities and discussions with Swedish and international partners about current and future needs for reconstruction.

Håkan Lyckeborg presented with life-time award after 50 years of teaching

22 April 2024
Long-time SSE lecturer Håkan Lyckeborg received a Special Lifetime award for outstanding pedagogical achievements. He has been a lecturer at SSE since 1974.

Lidl joins the SSE Corporate Partnership Program

18 April 2024
The Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) is excited to welcome Lidl to its Corporate Partnership Program. This partnership bridges academia and industry, offering students and faculty valuable insights into retail management.
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