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New research explores how cloud-based enterprise resource planning (CERP) systems affect the role performance of public sector management accountants

12 August 2021
New research from the Department of Accounting, explores the relationship between new cloud-based technology and the role of management accountants.

Vaccination progress and the opening up of economies

11 August 2021
Policy brief: In this brief, we report on the FREE network webinar on the state of vaccinations and the challenges ahead for opening up economies while containing the pandemic, held on June 22, 2021.

The audiobook trend is here to stay

10 August 2021
Something many people are looking forward to during their summer holiday is to have time to relax while reading a book, and in recent years, audiobooks have gained rapid popularity. SSE student Alice O’Connor and SSE alumna Hedda Hanner decided to take a closer look at the phenomenon in their bachelor thesis in 2019, where they focused on consumer behavior with audiobooks as a book medium and digital subscription services as a channel for audiobooks. They then got in touch with the Swedish Publishers' Association who found their thesis so interesting that they wanted to turn their study into a report for them.

New research explores how everyday practices of hospitality help Syrian refugees maintain a sense of self and belonging while living as ‘displaced persons’

28 July 2021
New research from the House of Innovation explores how displaced persons living in extreme precarity engage in mundane everyday organizing practices in order to become recognized as subjects who matter.

SSE takes part in Academic Pride 2021

26 July 2021
Academic Pride is a collaboration around Stockholm Pride between several of Stockholm’s higher education institutions and their associated student unions. The purpose is to highlight the importance of LGBTQIA+ issues in institutions of higher education, both in research and education as well as in regard to inclusive working and study environments.

New research explores how entrepreneurship is anchored in well-being and agency

19 July 2021
New research, led by Dr. Nadav Shir, Affiliated Researcher at the House of Innovation, presents a dynamic perspective on entrepreneurship and well-being anchored in deeper philosophical views on the essence of well-being and entrepreneurship as a value-driven agency.

Vacancies: Tenure track faculty positions at the House of Innovation, Stockholm School of Economics; Approx. starting date August 2022

14 July 2021
The House of Innovation (HOI) and the Center for Data Analytics at the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) currently invite applications for multiple tenure track positions on the Assistant Professor level, each with a specific profile.

4 human conditions you need for a successful digital business implementation

09 July 2021
The degree of commitment and pro-active actions of all involved people and stakeholders influence how successful a digital business implementation will be. It is also directly linked to how successful the use of the new system will be perceived. In the doctoral dissertation Electronic Business − Implementation and Effects researcher Odd Fredriksson, Center for Consumer Marketing at Stockholm School of Economics, is exploring what conditions influence implementation of digital business and how the use of digital systems affect business relationships.

New research explores self-inflicted ignorance

08 July 2021
New article explores why knowledgeable people sometimes choose ignorance over the knowledge they have or know they could have.

Vacancy: Problem-Solving Premises Caretaker

06 July 2021
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