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SSE wins 2024 Recognition of Excellence in SIP Reporting

During the "Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) Global Forum, it was announced that SSE’s Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) Report was the winner of the 2024 Recognition of Excellence in Reporting award, within the ‘Established reports’ category. 

PRME encourages business schools to align their education and operations with seven principles of responsible management education and report on the progress made through a SIP report every two years. Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) has been a signatory to PRME since July 2013 and filed its first PRME SIP report in July 2015. Operationally, the Mistra Center for Sustainable Markets (Misum) administers the SSE PRME effort. 

"The Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) is deeply committed to the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME), supporting our efforts to integrate sustainability and ethical leadership into our curricula, research activities, and operations. It has been a great pleasure to be part of SSE's PRME initiatives, and we are honored to receive the Established Reports award, recognizing the strength and clarity of our fifth report submitted in June 2023," says Blaze Horn, Research and Communication Coordinator at MISUM. 

Other people that have supported writing and sourcing information from SSE are Professor Laurence Romani, Anna Gyllström, Fredrik Tydal, Andreas Hellgren and Dan Mattsson. Plus, all Department, Center, and Initiative heads who provided input on the report. 

SSE PRME work continues under the lead of Professor Lukas Goretzki, who took over the position in January 2024. 

Find the report for 2021-2023here. 

About the PRME Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) Report 

The SIP Report is a central commitment for any institution taking part in the PRME initiative. It involves regularly sharing information with stakeholders about the progress made in implementing the Seven Principles. The seven principles are: purpose, values, teach, research, partner, practice, and share. 

PRME encourages institutions of higher education to embrace the seven principles and enable responsible management practices. This global engagement platform was developed following a recommendation by academic stakeholders of the UN Global Compact and represents a collaboration between the UN and the academic world. 

SSE Misum Management Sustainability Report Award