Two Misum voices on todays announcement of the laureates of Sveriges Riksbanks prize in economic sciences in memory of Alfred Nobel
Misum is the sustainability center of Stockholm School of Economics. Read here two very different reactions on today´s Nobel in Economics from the Misum researchers Max Jerneck, PhD, and Ranjula Bali Swain, Visiting Professor.
Sophie Nachemson-Ekwall intervjuad i DI om Aktiebolagslagen och hållbarhet
Handelsforskaren Sophie Nachemson-Ekwall kommenterar i dagens Dagens Industri tidningens enkät som visar att var tredje storbolag tycker att Aktiebolagslagen hindrar hållbarhetsarbetet.
Misums Svenne Junker i Ekonomiekot extra: Företagen blir politiska aktörer
”Företagen blir politiska aktörer”. Handelsforskaren Svenne Junker intervjuad i lördagens Ekonomiekot Extra (29 sept).
”Storbolagen vill ta makten och sätta egna regler för hållbarhet. Är det bra?"
Misum´s Joakim Sandberg appointed Professor in Groningen
Joakim Sandberg has been appointed Professor of Economics and Finance from a Humanist Perspective at University of Groningen, the Netherlands.
New PRME report from SSE: Responsibility for competitivness
Stockholm School of Economics became a member of PRME* in 2013 and has now submitted its second progress report. It includes an assessment of how SSE is achieving the goals it set itself to improve its education, research and outreach on issues of responsible management and sustainability in the past two years, and its goals for the coming two years.
New paper published: Strategic CSR: a panacea for profit and altruism?
NEW PAPER PUBLISHED (2017-06-21): Misum´s Enrico Fontana´s paper "Strategic CSR: a panacea for profit and altruism? An empirical study among executives in the Bangladeshi RMG supply chain" is published in European Business Review.
Lin Lerpold, Misum, moves the Swedish sustainable development forward
Lin Lerpold, Executive Director at Mistra Center for Sustainable Markets at SSE (Misum), has been ranked as one of the most influential opinion-formers in Sweden for sustainable development by the leading sustainability magazine Aktuell Hållbarhet.