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Could changes in the migration law attract foreign entrepreneurs?

15 November 2022
Sweden liberalized labour migration policy in 2008 to allow third-country nationals to enter Sweden for entrepreneurship, not only for work. This unique element — a residence permit for entrepreneurship — was introduced by changes in the migration law. But has it been successful? CSR-affiliated researcher Aliaksei Kazlou took a closer look at the matter together with fellow researcher Susanne Urban.

Under-employing skilled migrants and the case of benevolent discrimination

15 November 2022
Why do highly skilled migrants encounter difficulties getting a skilled job? And at what point does being benevolent become discrimination? Professor Laurence Romani visits the podcast Sound Economy to talk about her research on skilled migrants in the workplace.

Meet Our Alumni | Matilda Molander

14 November 2022
We caught up with Matilda Molander, alumna of the first edition of the course "Applied History: World Orders and Contemporary Challenges", which is offered by the Center for Statecraft and Strategic Communication.

Score Anniversary Seminar 2022: Fraternal Relations in Monasteries: The Laboratory of Love

14 November 2022
Welcome to a Score Anniversary Seminar on Thursday 1 December 2022! Mikaela Sundberg, Professor of Sociology, will present the book Fraternal relations in monasteries: The laboratory of love. Commentators: Maria Törnqvist, Department of Sociology, Uppsala University and Nils Brunsson, Score. After the seminar Score offers refreshments and live music.

Sports/Author Talk: Olof Lundh and his new book Templet i Öknen

11 November 2022
On November 11, we had the pleasure of welcoming the celebrated sports journalist Olof Lundh to a lunch event to talk about his brand new book Templet I Öknen (The Temple in the Desert). The event was co-organized by SSE Sport Initiative and SSE Literary Agenda.

Interaction between market and state crucial for a sustainable development

11 November 2022
Professor Emeritus Lars-Gunnar Mattsson has been involved in academic research and education since the 1960’s. Over the decades, his research has covered aspects of industry and distribution structure and dynamics, industrial marketing and internationalization with a focus on interorganizational relationships. More recently, he has begun to focus on sustainable development as dependent on interaction between market governance and state governance.

Applying History III Now in Print

11 November 2022
The Center for Statecraft and Strategic Communication has since 2020 offered the popular course "Applied History: World Orders and Contemporary Challenges" to BSc students at the Stockholm School of Economics. The anthology with student essays from the 2022 edition of the course can now be ordered from online bookstores.

Celine Zipfel awarded for outstanding pedagogical achievements

10 November 2022
In August, Celine Zipfel, Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics at SSE, was awarded for ​​outstanding pedagogical achievements at SSE. Celine was awarded for her work in redesigning an MSc course on Development Economics with great success. The course was highly appreciated among students, covering a wide range of topics and giving a holistic view of the field.

Highlights from the event "A strategy to help Ukraine win the war and become a successful member of the EU"

10 November 2022
On Monday, November 7, 2022, the Friends of KSE initiative together with the Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE) organized an event to discuss ideas on how we can support Ukraine during and after the war.

Katarina Martinson sponsors new professorship in finance at SSE

09 November 2022
The Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) is establishing a new professorship in Finance, the Katarina Martinson Chair in Finance, to be held by Professor Mariassunta Giannetti. The new chair is made possible by a donation from Katarina Martinson, thereby ensuring that Sweden and SSE keeps one of the leading professors in financial research.