SSE launches new Center for Resilient Health
24 May 2023
The recently launched Center for Resilient Health at the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) is a multidisciplinary research center dedicated to advancing academic inquiry into the future of health policy and health and social care.
Does wealth make you happier and healthier?
23 May 2023
Does wealth make you happier and healthier? What lifestyle changes do people make when faced with a sudden increase in wealth? Listen to the latest episode of our podcast Sound Economy and find out.
Call for papers | Democratic backsliding and electoral autocracies
20 April 2023
The Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE) and the Forum for Research on Media and Democracy in Eastern Europe (FROMDEE) invites paper submissions to a one-day conference on “Democratic backsliding and electoral autocracies” with a keynote lecture by Arturas Rozenas (New York University) on 13 October 2023 in Stockholm, Sweden.
StratCom Lunch with Henrik Landerholm on Sweden's National Security
20 April 2023
On April 19th, 2023, the Center for Statecraft and Strategic Communication hosted a highly engaging event, "StratCom Lunch with Henrik Landerholm - A New Era of National Security." As Sweden's National Security Advisor, Mr. Landerholm provided valuable insights on building a National Security Council in today's complex world.
The media's power to affect behavioral change during COVID-19 in Sweden
20 April 2023
Increased media coverage of COVID-19 led to more individuals taking preventive measures such as hand washing, social distancing, and wearing masks, new research from the Stockholm School of Economics and Jönköping University shows. This highlights the important role that accurate and timely reporting plays in promoting public health measures during a pandemic.
Policies for an aging population
13 April 2023
Increasing life expectancy and a lower birth-rate means the world’s population is aging rapidly. But what retirement policies will have the best outcome for what countries? Listen to the latest episode of the podcast Sound Economy with Professor Johanna Wallenius to find out more.
Ax:son Johnson Institute Launches New Website
05 April 2023
The Ax:son Johnson Institute has launched a new website showcasing their historical research and collaboration with the Ax:son Johnson Foundation
Having a daughter can ‘nudge’ CEOs towards supporting equality
24 March 2023
Raising daughters can make male company leaders more supportive of women’s struggles for equality, new research shows. This also leads to employing more women in their companies and on their boards.
Call for papers | The playing field in academia: Why are women still underrepresented?
17 March 2023
The Forum for Research on Gender Economics (FROGEE) together with the Centre for Economic Analysis (CenEA) and the Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE) invites academic papers to a conference held in Warsaw, entitled: “The playing field in academia: Why are women still underrepresented?”
Lars E.O. Svensson: Central Banking Revolutionary
15 March 2023
The IMF publication Finance & Development profiles former Swedish central banker Lars E.O. Svensson, Affiliated Professor at the Stockholm School of Economics.