How corona is changing the retail industry
Social distancing has fundamentally changed shopping behaviors and thereby the retail industry – but what will happen next? What opportunities may arise as the dust settles and we move towards a new normal?
Grant to Kristina Tamm Hallström
Kristina Tamm Hallström at the Department of Management and Organization (DMO) and Stockholm Centre for Organizational Research (Score) has been awarded 1.8 MSEK by the Jan Wallander and Tom Hedelius foundation.
Dissertation defense by Sofie Sagfossen
Sofie Sagfossen (DMS) will defend her PhD dissertation on June 5.
Organizing virtual academic meetings in the wake of COVID-19
COVID-19 has forced academia to rethink the ways we work and connect with peers across the world. So, what are the best formats and approaches to virtual academic meetings that keep the research – as well as the interpersonal connections – going? The Center for Sports and Business at the Stockholm School of Economics has some insights to share.
Work from home – being flexible without losing boundaries
How flexible are you when working from home? Researcher Dr. Lena Lid Falkman addresses the need to set up customized strategies that can help you line up healthy boundaries to reach more productive days.
New research reveals how Swedes react to government guidelines
How have Swedes changed their behavior during the COVID-19 crisis? A new research project from the Stockholm School of Economics offers insights into mobility and hoarding over the past – and coming – weeks.
Lin Lerpold and Örjan Sjöberg about corona virus effects on Swedish immigrants in DN Debatt
Associate Professor Lin Lerpold and Professor Örjan Sjöberg together with two other economy professors debates the large impact the corona virus will have on Swedish immigrants.
Decision making in times of crisis
Making decisions for your business in the midst of a global crisis can undoubtedly feel daunting – so why not lean on research? Professor Andreas Werr and Assistant Professor Wiley Wakeman have looked at some important case studies to guide and inspire our friends and partners in these trying times.
The psychological reason we are hoarding toilet paper
Are you hoarding toilet paper or stockpiling paracetamol to last you through the corona crisis? You’re not alone. Professor Richard Wahlund explains the psychology behind our need to stock up in times of crisis.
How to work better during a pandemic
What implications does the Covid-19 pandemic have for our way of working together? How does working at home for an extended period of time affect us and what should we be mindful of? We asked an expert.