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.
Martti Hetemäki, Doctor of Social Sciences, has been appointed as professor of practice at the Helsinki Graduate School of Economics as of 1 March 2020. The professorship is shared equally by Aalto University and the University of Helsinki.
Today’s business world is faced with continuous turbulence, and decision-making in the incalculable environment is even more complicated than before. Hanken trains its students to work-life challenges in tight collaboration with the business world.
In celebration of the 25th anniversary of CERS, Centre for Relationship Marketing and Service Management at Hanken, the Grönroos Prize 2019 was awarded to prominent service researchers, Professor Suvi Nenonen and Professor Kaj Storbacka.
Many alumni remember the IT Services in Hanken’s cellar as a somewhat frowzy dark place filled with it-scrap. Hanken Business Lab and Markus Wartiovaara changed all that three years ago. The Hanken Magazine met an alumnus who got on well in the incubator.
Hanken Executive MBA graduate Päivi Koivisto has been working in corporate sustainability for more than 20 years. She’s seen the field grow from a fringe function into one an increasing number of companies are putting at the core of their strategies. We spoke to her about the change.
On 8 November 2019 Hanken signed the Climate Emergency Letter, an initiative started by SDG Accord - the university and college sector's collective response to the global goals - ahead of the COP25 Meeting in Madrid in December.