BBC interviews SSE researcher Claire Ingram Bogusz on Swedish right to entrepreneurial leave of absence
SSE researcher Claire Ingram Bogusz and SSE Alumni Max Friberg are interviewed by British radio BBC about the right for leave of absence to start a new business.
Stockholm School of Economics creates House of Innovation
The Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) has strengthened its innovation profile by launching the House of Innovation, a new interdisciplinary research, education and outreach environment. The House focuses on research and teaching within innovation, digitalization and entrepreneurship, and is made possible through one of the largest single donations to SSE to date: The Erling-Persson Family Foundation is supporting the new initiative with SEK 150 million.
Erik Wetter to the Ministerial Programme at Mobile World Congress
Erik Wetter at House of Innovation and Misum has been invited as a speaker in the Ministerial Programme at the 2019 Mobile World Congress (MWC Barcelona) on February 26-28, where he will be discussing 'Insights for Innovation'.
Claire Ingram Bogusz awarded prestigious Wallander Scholarship
Dr Claire Ingram Bogusz, a post-doctoral researcher at the House of Innovation, last week was awarded the prestigious Wallander scholarship by The Jan Wallander and Tom Hedelius foundation
Magnus Mähring at House of Innovation Co-chairs conference "living with monsters"
Professor Magnus Mähring at the House of Innovation is chairing with fellow international scholars, the IFIP WG 8.2 Working Conference being held at San Francisco State University on 11-12 December, 2018.
SSE researcher Sarah Jack takes on Leadership Role at distinguished Academy of Management
Professor Sarah Jack at the House of Innovation has been elected to a 5-year leadership position with the Entrepreneurship (ENT) Division of the Academy of Management.
SSE researcher Erik Wetter to European Commission Expert Group
Erik Wetter at SSE House of Innovation and Misum has been appointed to the European Commission Expert Group on Business-to-Government (B2G) Data Sharing.
Entrepreneurship increases well-being, according to new study by SSE researcher
Being an entrepreneur is hard work. On average, most entrepreneurs work longer hours and earns less than non-entrepreneurs. Despite this, the well-being of entrepreneurs is higher than that of non-entrepreneurs.
Lotta Hultin at House of Innovation receives award for her doctoral thesis
Congratulations to Lotta Hultin, researcher at the Department of Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology, who was awarded 2nd prize at the EDAMBA Doctoral Thesis Competition.
Claire Ingram Bogusz at House of Innovation in interview about entrepreneurship in the FinTech Sector
How can entrepreneurs navigate in a digital landscape with a high degree of uncertainty? AI, AR, VR, IR and blockchain as well as new business models and business behaviours are rapidly changing the FinTech business landscape.