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SSE a leader in Europe at nurturing entrepreneurial talent, new study shows

13 February 2024
Entrepreneurs drive development and create jobs. So why is this not reflected more in business school rankings? A new ranking, based on the entrepreneurial success of business school alumni, challenges traditional rankings. And the Stockholm School of Economics places first among European business schools.

New publication | The Impact of Stock Price Fragility on Corporate Financial Behavior: Evidence and Implications

13 February 2024
This paper, written by Professor Richard Friberg and co-authors, investigates how firms adjust their financial strategies in response to changes in exposure to non-fundamental price movements, known as stock price fragility. Through theoretical modeling and empirical analysis, we explore the implications of stock price fragility on corporate cash holdings, investment decisions, and liquidity management.

Addressing the impact of war on human capital and higher education in Ukraine

09 February 2024
On 6th of February, 2024, the Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE) and Friends of KSE initiative hosted an event in collaboration with the Nordic Ukraine Forum, to explore and support the critical cause of higher education in Ukraine.

Jesper Roine breaks down the impact of sanctions on the Russian economy on Tv4 Morning News

09 February 2024
Have the EU's sanctions against Russia, implemented since the invasion of Ukraine, been deemed ineffective? Jesper Roine, Deputy Director at SITE, offers insights on sanctions and the Russian Economy on TV4's Morning News.

Lukas Goretzki appointed SSE PRME Director

09 February 2024
SSE is pleased to announce that Lukas Goretzki, Professor in management accounting and control is the new PRME Director.

Paper development workshop - advancing management theory with sports data

09 February 2024
The Strategic Management Group at the Center for Sports and Business invites management scholars working with sports data to a two-day workshop in Stockholm (Sweden). For this workshop, we are now calling for papers - both early idea proposals and full papers - with submission deadline on March 28, 2024. More information below.

Family business reveals disclosure strategies during financial crisis

08 February 2024
A new study published in The British Accounting Review has uncovered how family businesses strategically shape disclosure practices during times of financial distress. The research provides a rare inside look at the decision-making of top executives, board members, and owners of a major Swedish family business as they navigated a period of near bankruptcy.

Wind power significantly impacts electricity prices in Sweden

07 February 2024
A recent report by Rickard Sandberg, Head of the Center for Data Analytics, investigates the effects of wind and temperature on electricity prices across Sweden, revealing that wind conditions significantly influence price volatility. Published in January 2024 by Energiforsk, it highlights the growing impact of wind power on the electricity market's dynamics.

Patrik Ström, Director of European Institute of Japanese Studies (EIJS): Japanpodden

07 February 2024
Japanpodden Intervju med Patrik Ström, European Instititute of Japanese Studies (EIJS)

Öppet seminarium vid Score

07 February 2024
Torsdag 15 februari 2024 kl. 10.00-11.30 gästas Scores öppna seminarium av Marcus Mohall, postdoktor vid Institutionen för Tema, Linköpings universitet och Pär Wikman, lektor vid Institutionen för Tema, Linköpings universitet.