OUT OF COVID-19: HOW CAN CRISIS MEASURES BE USED TO CREATE MORE RESILIENT AND SUSTAINABLE BUSINESSES AND SOCIETIES?
2020-06-12 at 12:00
End time: 2020-06-12 at 13:30
The Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) interdisciplinary umbrella group “Sustainable SSE” (SSSE) and and MISUM (Mistra Center for Sustainable Markets) at SSE invites researchers, business leaders and the public to a digital panel discussion how governments, authorities, businesses and other actors can move forward together.
How can we design policies and measures to help the most vulnerable, include disadvantaged groups better in the economy and the labor market and distribute the costs of economic recovery in a fair and effective manner? How can we encourage sustainability innovations and the adoption of green technologies, and facilitate changes in organizations and behaviors towards more sustainable societies?
Join us for a lunch webinar on the June 12 at 12.00–13.30.
Sign-up here, and contribute with a question on the sustainability topic that you want the panel to discuss. You will also get a link to the newly released film “Day Zero” by Carl Eneroth.
PROGRAM & contributors
The webinar is divided in two parts with a short break in between.
- 12.00 – 12.25 Introduction by webinar host Mattias Axelsson and first presentation round by panelists.
- 12.25– 12.40 Panel discussions on questions nominated by the participants
5 min break
- 12.45– 13.10 Second presentation round by panelists.
- 13.10– 13.30 Discussions and round up.
Chief Sustainability Officer, Sweco
Associate Professor, Department of Management and Organization, SSE
Associate Professor, Department of Marketing and Strategy, CRSM, SSE
Associate Professor at SITE, SSE, & Adjunct Professor Department of Economics, SSE
Director Research & Innovation, Scania Group
Head of Group Sustainable Finance, Danske Bank
Moderator and facilitators
Affiliated Researcher, SSE, Department of Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology
Communications Officer & Research Assistant, MISUM
Senior Account Executive, SSE Executive Education