A clear majority of Hanken’s alumni think that Hanken is developing in the right direction, according to the latest alumni survey. Many commented on Hanken’s international cooperation, good connection with alumni and the corporate world, as well as the high standard of events.
Hanken School of Economics students participated in a rating survey in which they assessed Hanken’s positive impact on the world. According to the students, Hanken is well on its way towards achieving positive societal impact.
As a result of extensive harmonization efforts in the area of copyright law in the EU, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) plays an important role in defining the boundaries of the scope of protection offered to authors and holders of related rights.
Students at Hanken have participated in a study that examined how students in the metropolitan area view, among other things, housing, urban planning, and studies in the metropolitan area. The goal is to gather ideas and wishes on how to develop the metropolitan area and services for students.
Two new Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) will be going live this spring on the social learning platform Future Learn, with millions of users around the world. The courses are open for anyone and everyone around the world.
Researchers within a project focusing on Syria and Ukraine are studying in which form aid should be delivered to population in needs. The project aims to create guidelines for humanitarian organisations operating in conflict zones.
Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance (JAAF) Conference will be arranged at Hanken, Helsinki 15-18th June 2020. The paper submission period for both the plenary sessions and concurrent sessions has now started and goes on until 31 January.