The panelists in the discussion “What is happening? – The impact of the US presidential elections” at Hanken raised uncertainty as top priority in both Trump’s election period and next week’s elections.
Christina Dahlblom has been appointed Professor of Practice at Hanken’s Department of Management and Organisation as of 3 November 2020. Dahlblom wants to contribute to even tighter networks and dialogues between Hanken and the corporate world, in order to help Hanken continue developing cooperation, research and teaching that brings value to both Hanken, businesses and society.
The Board on 20.10.2020 appointed Professor David B. Grant as new Dean of Research and Social Impact at Hanken. His term of office is until 31.7.2021. David B. Grant is Professor of Supply Chain Management & Social Responsibility at Hanken.
Björn Wahlroos is one of the lead educators on the open online MOOC course Principles of Wealth Management that started 26.10.2020. Wahlroos has made a remarkable career in the field of banking, and he has served both as a professor and as chairman of the board at Hanken.
Fresh results published by a research project led by Hanken School of Economics in Helsinki show that travel restrictions are one of the most effective methods to stop the spreading of Covid-19. Travel bans have however, also resulted in serious disruptions in the transportation of medical supplies.
After Class with Jesper & Dennis is a brand new podcast by Jesper Haga and Dennis Sundvik who teaches finance and accounting. The remote teaching and the corona situation made both Jesper and Dennis think that there was room for a podcast.
We asked Hanken's study coach Alexandra Ohls a few questions about study coaching and in when it is a good idea to contact her. She also offers some pointers on how to study efficiently and keep your motivation high.
This year, Hankendagen was held online for the first time with almost 400 participants in the audience. The event was broadcasted from Vasa where the celebration of Hanken Vasa’s 40th anniversary was highlighted throughout the event.
Five Hanken students participated this year in the international examination "Prüfung Wirtschaftsdeutsch" (PWD), which is organised by the Deutsch-Finnische Handelskammer in cooperation with Goethe-Institut.
Support Hanken researcher Hanna Silvola to win the title Vuoden Sijoitusteko 2020 (Investement deed of the year)! Silvola's and Tiina Landau's book Vastuullisuudesta ylituottoa sijoituksiin has been chosen as one of six finalists in the competition announced by Nordnet Bank Ab.
Although a state of emergency is not the optimal situation for developing novel innovations, a newly published Hanken study shows how the Covid crisis presented certain businesses with the opportunity to take their operations in an entirely new strategic direction.
The nonprofit organization American Logistics Aid Network’s (ALAN) has honoured disaster relief efforts by those in the humanitarian logistics and supply chain industries. Hanken Professor Gyöngyi Kovács is one of the award winners.
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).