Hanken School of Economics is a leading university with 110 years of experience in research and education in economics and business administration. Hanken holds the three most prestigious accreditations for business schools: EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA. Only one percent of all business schools worldwide have achieved this. We are also proud to be one of the most international universities in Finland.

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Information regarding the corona virus epidemic
Hanken follows the corona virus epidemic situation continuously. Here you can find the latest recommendations and instructions that Hanken has issued for students, teachers and others.
Ask Hanken's experts about the corona epidemic's societal impact
The researchers and experts at Hanken are available to the media in connection with the Corona virus epidemic – in Finnish, Swedish and English.
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Triple accreditation
Hanken holds the three most prestigious accreditations for business schools: EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA. Only one percent of all business schools worldwide have achieved this.
Hanken's Summer Podcast
The summer podcast talks about the economy, life and the time around the corona pandemic. Starting 7.7.2020 three new episodes are launched per week. Sit back, relax and unleash the world of science!
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News
Phone with investment curves
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29.09.2020
Hanken’s annual Finance Day moved online this year, with three speakers presenting their work in an area of increasing interest to finance academics and fund managers alike: factor investing.

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28.09.2020
Financial Times’ Masters in Management ranking annually ranks the best master’s programmes world-wide. Hanken’s master’s programme has this year been ranked 70th out of 90, which is very close to last year’s result (68th).
Storbacka
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24.09.2020
Kaj Storbacka, who is specialized in marketing strategies, has joined Hanken as a professor on 7 September 2020. He will be working part time for at least a three-year period until 2023.
Disputation doktorsavhandling
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21.09.2020
Brief video messages have become part of everyday social media communication, and they were a growing trend within internal corporate communications in the 2010s. New research shows that using video messages for strategic communications increases the feeling of transparency and inclusion within the company.