Professor emeritus Niklas Bruun has edited a new book that explores the right of employers and employees with regard to intellectual property (IP) created within the framework of the employment relationship.
The Nordic countries have made it easier for women to combine work and family by creating a parental leave system that has contributed to high labour force participation for women and lower costs in the form of lost income. Parental leave can, however, also have negative consequences for women's careers in professions where knowledge progresses fast.
How can we create an atmosphere that supports teams to be successful? And how to lead an organisation in the middle of change? These were themes that were discussed at Hankendagen this year. The event was broadcasted from Hanken in Helsinki on 8 October with a record audience.