Hanken Research Day
Registration for this event is closed. A participation link will be send to all participants Thursday 26.11.
Hankens students and staff can also attend without registration here
Hanken Foundation Distinguished Fellow and Nobel laureate, Bengt Holmström, has actively participated in the public debate in Finland on the covid-19 pandemic and discusses at our event in an interview with the journalist Baba Lybeck how society and the economy have been affected by the long-running pandemic.
This is followed by four short presentations of 7 minutes each of Hanken School of Economics’ covid-19 related research: on challenges in virtual work; covid-19 and auditing; the functionality of supply chains; and altruism and egoism in the pandemic.
The event, which is held in English, is broadcast live via Teams.
Welcome by Anders Löflund, Dean of Executive Education and Corporate Relations
Introduction by David Grant, Dean of Research and Social Impact
Bengt Holmström on the impact of the covid-19 pandemic on society
Baba Lybeck discusses with Professor Emeritus Bengt Holmström how the covid-19 pandemic has affected the economy and society. The interview is pre-recorded.
Research group presentations - 4 x 7 minutes
Altruism and egoism in the midst of the pandemic - Erik Wengström, Distinguished Senior Fellow Economics
Covid-19 pandemic response supply chains - Gyöngyi Kovács, Erkko Professor in Humanitarian Logistics, Humlog Institut
The effect of Covid-19 on Audit Quality - Kim Ittonen, Assistant Professor in Accounting
The Vitality Paradox: Rising Tensions between Individual- and Team Well-being during Forced Virtual Work - Emma Nordbäck, Assistant Professor in Management and Organisation
Diving deeper into the covid-19 research
Baba Lybeck interviews the researchers on their presented projects
12:45 Closing words
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