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Why are mobile phones so important for Syrian refugees in Lebanon?
15 April 2020
Syrian refugees living in Lebanon today are facing limited freedom of movement, limited access to services, and constrained labor rights. For these people, mobile phones serve as essential tools for rebuilding social networks shattered by involuntary displacement.
Let's hack the crisis
02 April 2020
How can we save lives, communities and businesses during one of the biggest crises of our lifetime? The Stockholm School of Economics is partnering with Hack the Crisis, a digital hackathon to find ways to tackle the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. Join us in the fight.
SSE contributes to new EU strategy for data and AI
19 February 2020
The European Commission today launched their new strategy for data and artificial intelligence (AI), aided by House of Innovation researcher Erik Wetter
PhD opportunities at House of Innovation
14 December 2019
The House of Innovation (HOI) and the Department of Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology welcomes PhD applicants for the 2020 intake! We research a broad range of topics within entrepreneurship, innovation, and digital innovation and transformation. You will find us to be a young, vibrant, curious, and productive research environment with an extensive international collaboration network and broad and deep connections to industry and society.
Unik forskning om entreprenörskapsutbildningar
11 December 2019
Entreprenörskap skulle kunna lösa världens problem. Men då måste vi sluta bara servera kunskap och istället ge studenterna förutsättningar för att skapa kunskap, menar forskaren Rasmus Rahm i sin nya avhandling.
Mattia Bianchi:"Best Italian Professor under 40"
02 December 2019
Mattia Bianchi's diverse international experience and extensive research contribution ranging from entrepreneurship to operations management are two key aspects that the jury recognize in the presentation of the award.
SSE researcher Holmer Kok wins prestigious best paper award
27 November 2019
Does your organization have "dormant knowledge" that can be dusted off and used to create high-impact inventions? This award-winning article highlights that old knowledge within organizations can indeed be recombined to create new high-impact inventions. Organizations should therefore view the existing stock of knowledge as a treasure chamber for new value creation.
House of Innovation recruits tenure track faculty in Entrepreneurship and Technology & Innovation Management
26 August 2019
The House of Innovation at the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) currently invites applications for two tenure-track positions (Assistant Professor level).
Old knowledge as a driver of high-impact inventions: Why companies should regularly dust off their knowledge shelves
26 August 2019
Is it possible to use old knowledge to create new inventions? New research on knowledge recombination from House of Innovation researcher Holmer Kok suggests that so is the case!
SSE RESEARCHER MARK A. CONLEY RECEIVES PRESTIGIOUS RESEARCH AWARD
19 August 2019
SSE researcher Mark A. Conley has received the Academy of Management Journal’s Best Paper Award for his research on motivation and gender bias in startup funding. This is the first time the prestigious award has been presented to a researcher at a Nordic institution.