Extra job as Research Assistant at the Center for Statecraft and Strategic Communication
18 November 2022
The Center for Statecraft and Strategic Communication (CSSC) is hiring a Research Assistant on an hourly basis with start immediately.
Gender salary gap in the auditing profession: Trend and explanations
22 September 2022
New research from the Department of Accounting examines the gender salary gap in the auditing profession in Sweden.
Mapping and contesting peer selection in digitalized public sector benchmarking
16 September 2022
New research from the Department of Accounting explores how digitalization influence the peer selection process in public sector benchmarking.
The productive accountant as (un-)wanted self: Realizing the ambivalent role of productivity measures in accountants’ identity work
23 August 2022
A new study explores the identity-related challenges that accountants with a strong business partner identity might face when being confronted with strict productivity measures.
The Center for Statecraft and Strategic Communication announces postdoctoral and PhD fellows
22 June 2022
Next semester, the Center for Statecraft and Strategic Communication at the Stockholm School of Economics welcomes three postdoctoral fellows and one PhD fellow. These will join the Ax:son Johnson Institute for Statecraft and Diplomacy together with their peers from the University of Cambridge, King's College London, and the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.
2.6MSEK awarded to House of Innovation researchers
09 June 2022
House of Innovation researchers get 2.6MSEK funding from Lundberg Foundation to investigate "Governance in Venture Capital-Backed Tech Start-Ups"
Artificial intelligence both substitutes and complements human capabilities
01 June 2022
The best possible future for integrating artificial intelligence (AI) into the workplace sees AI- related skills like data science being paired with quintessential human skills such as creativity, empathy, and interpersonal communication. This according to a new study from the Stockholm School of Economics, Copenhagen Business School, and the University of Geneva.
Sons are favored in family firms – but daughters do better
28 April 2022
Sons are much likelier than daughters to take over the family firm – despite the fact that businesses run by daughters outperform those run by sons. This according to new research from the Stockholm School of Economics and Jönköping International Business School.
Are politically-selected research and development projects always inferior?
21 April 2022
Earmarked projects receive lower peer-review scores than non-earmarked projects, but do not consistently underperform in terms of tangible outputs like patents and publications. This, according to new research from the Stockholm School of Economics, the WHO Otto Beisheim School of Management, and the University of Groningen.
Best Paper Award, 2021 EAR Annual Conference
06 December 2021
The Department of Accounting celebrates faculty achievements