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New research hub to meet the governance challenges of an uncertain future

11 October 2022
The world is facing complex and major challenges, including energy supply, climate change and integration. Finding solutions will require collaborative governance that crosses the boundaries of the private and public. To meet the demand for such knowledge the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) is launching a new research hub – the House of Governance and Public Policy (GaPP).

Newsletter from the Center for Statecraft and Strategic Communication

06 October 2022
The Center for Statecraft and Strategic Communication recently opened at the Stockholm School of Economics. Read more about our research, events, and career opportunities in the first quarterly newsletter.

New paper and podcast on Cultural Diversity in Top Management Teams

29 September 2022
In a newly published research paper, professor Karl Wennberg and colleagues from Spain, Russia and Lithuania writes about what is known and what is unknown in research on Cultural Diversity in Top Management Teams.

Mariassunta Giannetti elected member of the European Financial Architecture Research and Policy Network

29 September 2022

Sixtensson on Homer's Odyssey

21 September 2022
Fredrik Sixtensson, postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Statecraft and Strategic Communication, participates in panel on Homer's classic work.

Mapping and contesting peer selection in digitalized public sector benchmarking

16 September 2022
New research from the Department of Accounting explores how digitalization influence the peer selection process in public sector benchmarking.

Meet Our PhD Students | Mara Balasa

16 September 2022
What is it like to pursue a PhD at the Center for Statecraft and Strategic Communication? We asked Mara Balasa, who is the center's first PhD student.

What pushed Sweden away from socialism?

09 September 2022
Rikard Westerberg writes in Engelsberg Ideas about Sweden's market turn

Presenting: Sound Economy

07 September 2022
Want to learn more about the latest research in finance, retail, innovation and sustainability? Have a listen to Sound Economy, a new podcast from the Stockholm School of Economics, featuring some of our most prominent researchers.

Westerberg writes about the Swedish election

22 August 2022
Ahead of Sweden's general election in September, Rikard Westerberg asks what lessons can be learned from the intensely contested 1948 election