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New portal makes SSE research more accessible to the public

The Stockholm School of Economics is making it easier to find both research from and researchers at the school. The launch of the SSE Research Hub provides a platform where decision makers, the media and the general public can easily find the latest research on topics relevant to our society.

The SSE Research Hub, launching on March 18, is open to everyone and provides external groups, such as researchers from other institutions, policy experts, the media, and the general public, access to information about the collected research at the Stockholm School of Economics.

Through the portal, users will find research on topics such as economics, finance, sustainability, health and innovation. Facilitating access to open research fosters scientific transparency, accelerates the spread of knowledge, and enhances the potential for cross-disciplinary collaboration.

Open access to research on a single platform

Open Access (OA) publishing is important for the Stockholm School of Economics as it promotes free access to research findings. The SSE Research Hub allows external audiences to find all Open Access content published by the Stockholm School of Economics on a single platform.

"Research is crucial both for our understanding of society and for furthering its development. That's why it is of utmost importance that we make our research available to everyone. Through the SSE Research Hub, we strengthen the ties between academia and society, ensuring that our research contributes not only to the advancement of knowledge but also to tangible, positive change," says Andreas Hellgren, librarian and project manager for the SSE Research Hub.

The SSE Research Hub will also provide an overview of the Stockholm School of Economics' various departments, centers, and institutes, including information on which researchers belong to which unit and what research has been published by each unit. Each researcher has a profile page that shows their publications and areas of expertise. The researcher profile pages make it possible to find the right experts at the Stockholm School of Economics. This also makes it easier to find research and researchers through external search engines, for those not already familiar with the School.

For more information, please contact:

Andreas Hellgren
Librarian, project leader for SSE Research Hub
Tel: +46-8-736 9714
Email: andreas.hellgren@hhs.se

Explore SSE Research Hub.

About the Stockholm School of Economics

The Stockholm School of Economics is rated as a top business school in the Nordic and Baltic countries and enjoys a strong international reputation. World-class research forms the foundation of our educational offering, which includes bachelor, master, PhD, MBA, and Executive Education programs. Our programs are developed in close cooperation with the business and research communities, providing graduates substantial potential to attain leading positions in companies and other organizations. 

The School is accredited by EQUIS, certifying that all of its principal activities – teaching as well as research – maintain the highest international standards. The Stockholm School of Economics is also the only Swedish member institution of CEMS and PIM, which are collaborations between top business schools worldwide, contributing to the level of quality for which our school is known. 

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Ylva Mossing
Content and Media Relations Manager
Email: ylva.mossing@hhs.se
Phone: +46 730 97 26 16

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