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Vacancy: Project Manager with passion for people (parental leave cover)

24 May 2024
Your role involves developing and implementing comprehensive plans and strategies to effectively market our Master programs. You will work closely with your colleagues in the Program Marketing team as well as the MSc student recruitment team.

New collaboration to strengthen Swedish CEOs' abilities in diversity and inclusion

23 May 2024
A new collaboration aims to help CEOs in the business sector enhance their work in increasing diversity and inclusion. The collaboration is between Mitt Liv, a leading partner for diversity, equity and inclusion, and the Stockholm School of Economics Executive Education, ranked best in the Nordics for leadership and business development according to the Financial Times.

Tove Forsbacka: latest PhD graduate at the Department of Economics

22 May 2024
Department of Economics is proud to present its latest PhD graduate: Tove Forsbacka. She has successfully defended her thesis on the 14th of May, and we congratulate her on this momentous achievement. Congratulations, Tove!

Navigating market exits: Companies’ responses to the Russian invasion of Ukraine

22 May 2024
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022, led to global condemnation and sanctions. International companies were pressured to exit Russia. This policy brief examines which companies left, using data from the LeaveRussia project, and focuses on Swedish businesses that announced withdrawal but were still found in Russia. It also analyzes how these revelations affected their stock prices and investor reactions.

Förvirring då media rapporterar om inflationen

20 May 2024
Intresset var stort i veckan när SCB kom med nya inflationssiffror. Vad berodde de motstridiga beskeden på och hur påverkar det människors förväntningar på en ljusare ekonomisk utveckling? Hör Richard Wahlund, professor på Handelshögskolan i Stockholm, i SR Godmorgon världen.

A basic guide to food sector transformation

20 May 2024
In collaboration with Sweden Foodtech, we present a guide from the Jacob and Marcus Wallenberg Center for Innovative and Sustainable Business Development on the transformation of the food sector. You can download the guide here to learn how food innovation can address global challenges like climate change and improve overall health.

Researchers at the Department of Economics receive grants totaling 9.3 million SEK from the Handelsbanken research foundations

17 May 2024
Four researchers at the Department of Economics were awarded grants from the Jan Wallander and Tom Hedelius Foundation and Tore Browaldh Foundation.

How does carbon pricing affect CO2 emissions from manufacturing firms in Sweden?

17 May 2024
In this latest Misum Academic Insight, Misum researchers Gustav Martinsson, László Sajtos, Per Strömberg, and Christian Thomann explore the effectiveness of local carbon pricing in reducing CO2 emissions from companies, within the context of Sweden.

Would electing more women make the U.S. Congress less polarized?

16 May 2024
This policy brief examines the belief that electing more women to the U.S. Congress would reduce partisan gridlocks. It shows that while Republican women historically cooperated more with Democrats, this was due to ideological proximity rather than gender. Among Democrats, women cooperate less with the opposite party than men. Furthermore, recent years have seen a narrowing of ideological differences along gender-lines among Republicans, reducing gender-based cooperation disparities.

Mood Boards and Meet & Greet with Leaders at Coca-Cola Europacific Partners

15 May 2024
The CCEP Retail Club was invited back to the headquarters for the final session of the academic year.
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