Sustainability at SSE
SSE strives to integrate sustainability in all its major operations, divided in the four pillars research, education, campus and outreach. The schools sustainability strategy is thus developed in collaboration between a variety of entities, dedicated faculty, and students. The work is coordinated by the Sustainable SSE Group and followed up on by the SSE Board and the Executive Management team. Peter Hultman, CFO, is the Schools’ Sustainability Director and head of the SSSE group. Read about the four sustainability pillars at SSE and find examples of multi-stakeholder initiatives in the spirit of the Agenda 2030 below.
Global Challenges for the makers of the future
Sustainability is one of the four main concerns in the strategy of Stockholm School of Economics. Our Global Challenges courses aim at broadly educating students about urgent and large-scale problems...
Mistra Center for Sustainable Markets (Misum)
Misum is an interdisciplinary and multi-stakeholder research environment at the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE). Our scholars originate from different departments and centers at SSE and high...
PRME: Principles for Responsible Management Education
SSE signed up to the United Nations' "Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME)" in 2013. The overarching goal is to contribute to the sustainable development of business and society with...
RAMP – Rapid Acceleration Management Program
The RAMP project at SSE aims to increase diversity in Swedish industry and help put newcomers on a fast track into the Swedish job market.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
At SSE, we actively work for increased diversity, equal opportunities and inclusion of everyone.