Hanken’s four new Areas of Strength are Competition Economics and Service Strategy, Financial Management, Accounting and Governance, Responsible Organising, and Leading People for Growth and Well-being.
After nearly 10 years as Chairman of the Board at Hanken, Björn Wahlroos has passed on the gavel to Jannica Fagerholm. During his Chairmanship, Hanken's financial position has stabilized, which is thanks to the alumni, says Wahlroos.
Hanken’s Green Office team is currently working on our annual WWF Green Office report. The report covers, among other things, progress made with regards to the indicators we have committed to follow up.
In the latest issue of Hanken Magazine, you can read about how students learn to put theoretical knowledge into practice. Also, read an interview with Hanken’s Chairman of the Board, Jannica Fagerholm.
Vaasa students are a valuable asset for the companies of the region – come and listen to what Wärtsilä is planning to happen in “Waskiluoto”, what skills and competencies are they looking for, cooperation options, and be a part of the next Hackathon!
Financial modelling is the art of searching for the best quantitative solution to the problem. Since the stock market crash of October 1987, modelling implied volatility increasingly became a non-trivial issue.
During World Economic Forum (WEF) Business Lead will be showcased, and Hanken School of Economics Rector Karen Spens will participate in a panel debate, concerning impact investment at the annual Swedish lunch event.
Are you wondering how Hanken has been faring in its responsible management education and sustainability journey for the past couple of years? We have the answers for you in our latest PRME Report 2016-18!
Hanken has expressed an opinion on the draft for a new financing model for higher education institutions, which would apply from 2021. Hanken delivered the opinion to the Ministry of Education and Culture.