"I have a tradition of visiting business schools in various places. The combination of societal interest, entrepreneurship, and economics in business schools holds much of the great future. This was emphasised by Sweden's Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson during his visit to Hanken School of Economics on Monday, November 27.
All Hanken students and staff are invited to Leadership insights - a morning session with the Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson in the Assembly Hall in Helsinki on Monday 27 November at 9.40 am. The session will be moderated by Director Charlotta Collén and will focus on leadership and international relations.
A new EU-directive requires that all end-of-life textiles, meaning clothes that can’t be used any more, are being collected separately, sorted and then reused or recycled. According to Associate Professor Anna Aminoff textile recycling processes, including separate collection and sorting, are expensive and complicated, and puts a lot of responsibility on the consumers – but things are hopefully slowly getting better.
The space industry is on the rise worldwide, and Hanken School of Economics is aiming to promote Finland's aerospace economy. A new Nordic project intends to increase understanding of the versatile opportunities satellite data offer.
China's corporate finance landscape is undergoing a transformation, shaped by the subtle yet powerful forces of political connections and geopolitical tension. The Chinese currency, the Renminbi, is also becoming a pivotal player in the global economic system, amidst the country's market liberalisation and expansion.
Hanken has signed new student exchange agreements on BSc level with ESSEC Business School in France and University of Calgary Haskayne School of Business in Canada. You can apply for an exchange at these new partner universities for fall semester 2024 no later than 31 January 2024. You will find a short introduction to the new partners below.
More information is also given by Johanna Lilius, Head of International Relations (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Growing cultural diversity in organisations together with the rapid expansion of coaching for leadership development globally and the advancement of virtual coaching creates significant cultural diversity in pools of coaches and coachees. Cultural diversity in coaching dyads bears significant potential to enhance coaching outcomes due to the diversity of cultural perspectives, but particular conditions should be present to overcome the humans’ natural preference to develop relationships with those similar to them.
Hanken's External Stakeholder Advisory Board (ESAB) enters a new mandate period, and thus this has also reflected as some changes among the Hanken ambassadors. Through involvement in Hanken's operations, the Hanken ambassadors provide support and advice and help to spread positive synergies around Hanken.
Bloomberg's daily datacap has been exceeded during October! This means that you cannot download data in the Excel add-in until the 1st of November! This affects every Bloomberg Terminal account. Other use of the database functions as normal.
The world of humanitarian aid faces unpredictable challenges, often necessitating swift and efficient solutions. Much like constructing a masterpiece from Lego blocks, there's a need to ensure each component of the supply chain is adaptable and precise, ready to face varying needs.
Approximately 15 years ago, Professors Jaakko Aspara and Juha-Antti Lamberg from Jyväskylä University, along with Henrikki Tikkanen from Aalto University, embarked on a research project tracing the strategic evolution of Nokia Corporation. Read about their recent research findings in the CERS blog!
Now you have the opportunity to meet Janicke Rasmussen, Hanken's board member and associate professor at the BI Norwegian Business School, during a breakfast event at Hanken on 1 November at 08:30. Janicke talks about her research on why corporate boards fire their CEOs.
New research shows that challenges concerning management of the shared ownership among members of owning families are based on the absence of procedural justice in family governance processes. Family members experience disappointment, frustration and feelings of injustice, as everybody does not follow the mutually decided guidelines.