News Archive

Camilla Wardi under Hankendagen 2022
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17.05.2022
How to shape the market for future needs? Is this the end of globalisation? Will it be possible to start an anode material factory in Vaasa? These were topics that were discussed during the annual Hankendagen which was held in Vaasa on 12 May 2022.
Christian Grönroos
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16.05.2022
Professor Emeritus Christian Grönroos is conferred the degree of Doctor Honoris Causa at Hasselt University in Belgium. The ceremony takes place on 24 May 2022.
Hankenstudenter på sommargård
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13.05.2022
The Foundation for Economic Education (Liikesivistysrahasto) donates 200 000 euro to Hanken. The donation is included in Hanken's ongoing fundraising campaign Count on Hanken.
Joel Sunabacka Årets alumn 2022
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12.05.2022
Hanken School of Economics annually nominates Alumni of the Year, a Hanken alumnus/alumna who has kept in touch with the School after graduating and who has received recognition for his or her involvement in society. This year, the title went to Joel Sunabacka from Vaasa.
Hankens flagga framför blå himmel
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12.05.2022
The expansion of solar and wind power is well under way, but we still lack large-scale storage options for electrical energy. Green hydrogen is a potential solution, but it requires new business models. Hanken’s research into ecosystems is set to boost the hydrogen economy in Ostrobothnia
Gul ros
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11.05.2022
The Finnish foundation Suomen arvopaperimarkkinoiden edistämissäätiö rewarded Hanken student Jan Stellberg for his master’s thesis. The award is 5 000 EUR.
Coaching-session med många människor kring ett bord
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11.05.2022
Hanken offers a coaching programme that takes a closer look at how to manage working life expectations, workload, time management and how to learn more about social interaction. The core of the message is how we can create the best working conditions and community possible.
Bloomberg i Quantum
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11.05.2022
Bloomberg will close remote access of the database after 1st of June 2022, which means that Learner accounts can no longer be used for remote access.
Vinterbadande man
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10.05.2022
Flexible credits, cooperative group work, informal academic culture, and the beauty of winter – four exchange students share their impressions of studying at Hanken during the spring semester.
Rektor Karen Spens och VD Mikko Ayub
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02.05.2022
The artwork “Tillväxt – Kasvu” (eng. Growth) by Aimo Tukiainen (1917-1996) now adorns the wall in the courtyard of Hanken School of Economics. The unveiling took place in festive forms on 29 April 2022.
Glödlampa lightbulb
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28.04.2022
Today on CERS-blog doctoral student Wurola explains how consumer insight remains the bedrock of competitive businesses during this inflationary period.
studenter sitter på gräset framför Hanken
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25.04.2022
On 26 April 2022, we will send an SMS to you as a degree student at Hanken asking for some feedback on your studies and your well-being.
Två studenter går ut från dörren
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22.04.2022
The universities will decide on the reform of the scoring model for certificate-based admission in 2023. The new model will be introduced in 2026. The aim is also to increase collaboration related to entrance examinations among universities.
Disputation doktorsavhandling
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22.04.2022
In most cryptocurrencies mining (the process by which new cryptocurrency coins are entered into circulation) is necessary for securing transaction finality. Unfortunately mining is not environmentally friendly. It is common knowledge that Proof-of-Stake is pollution free and new research suggests that it is as secure.
Nordea
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21.04.2022
Nordea Bank is to begin its first major university collaboration as a new member of the Hanken partner programme. Hanken's international profile and high quality of teaching attracted the cooperation.
Irene Calboli
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20.04.2022
Professor Irene Calboli from Texas A&M University School of Law is visiting Hanken as a Hanken-Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Business and Economics until 10 July 2022.
Topi Miettinen ärprofessor i nationalekonomi.jpg
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20.04.2022
Interpretations about economic and political reality are on a considerably more solid ground when based on evidence and research data. Causal inference is an effective tool: with the help of random assignment to treatments, we learn how resources can be used wisely. Even artificial intelligence and big data are only really useful when applied together with experimental methods.
Sonja Sarasvuo avhandling 2022
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19.04.2022
It is often assumed in corporate branding research that coherence and consistency are solid principles for a corporate identity. However, many older assumptions are challenged by the realities of our business world that is more diverse than ever. Sonja Sarasvuo who recently defended her doctoral thesis helps contest this fundamental assumption.
Tre studerande med laptops i Hanken Business Lab
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19.04.2022
Concentration, discussion, inspiration, exchange of ideas – the atmosphere is palpable when you step down into the basement of Hanken in Helsinki. Here is Hanken Business Lab, an innovative incubator with the goal of helping start-ups, growth companies, associations and individuals to grow.
Disputation doktorsavhandling
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13.04.2022
There is an urgency to make progress on building a more equitable and inclusive society, especially in the developing countries. New research suggests that social entrepreneurship programmes aimed at encouraging women’s entrepreneurship are particularly valuable in promoting social change.