Hanken School of Economics has been ranked among the world’s top 10 universities in the global U-Multirank university ranking on research and research linkages. The result is the best in the Nordic countries.
The Governing Board of Helsinki Graduate School of Economics has selected Professor Otto Toivanen from Aalto University to be Academic Director and Professor Hannu Vartiainen from the University of Helsinki to be Academic Deputy Director.
Hanken’s professors, emeritus professors and young scholars with potential can apply for the Writing Residency for a month in 2019 at The Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center. The call closes 1 May 2018.
Hanken is a member of the Nordic Centre Fudan University in Shanghai, http://www.nordiccentre.net/. Read the short summary of the services offered to Hanken faculty and doctoral students by the Centre.
Do you have an interest in business and economics beyond the ordinary? Do you have a Master’s degree and a passion for creating knowledge? Hanken offers an internationally acknowledged PhD from an accredited business school.
Open Access (OA) is becoming a norm in scholarly publishing. What does the funding organisations require? Has Hanken reached its goal for OA publishing? Open access as a new criteria for the publication awards at Hanken.
Publication Forum (in Finnish: JUFO) is a rating and classification system to support the quality assessment of research output and operates under the auspices of the Federation of Finnish Learned Societies (TSV).
In order to encourage Hanken research groups to apply for external research funding, the School has developed an incentive scheme to promote applications for external funding from sources such as the Academy of Finland and the EU.
Hanken researcher Peter Sarlin is member of the world-first global project to analyse high frequency financial data. The project team consists of researchers from the UK, France, Germany, Finland and the US.
iTRACK is a project that focuses on protecting and tracking humanitarians and humanitarian convoys in conflict zones, specifically in Syria, Iraq and Yemen. HUMLOG at Hanken hosted an iTrack-meeting on 10-12 May.
The supply of smart products is increasing at an enormous speed and is expected to reach 50 billion in 2020. Smartproducts are devices and appliances, for example refrigerators or washing machines, that are connected to the Internet.
How can a company draw up and implement a successful service strategy? Assistant Professor Christian Kowalkowski has, in collaboration with Wolfgang Ulaga, Arizona State University, written a book that will provide guidance to companies.
Hanken Foundation has rewarded scientific articles in accordance with certain guidelines since 2008. The indicator used has, however, not treated all subject equally and so the Foundation decided to revise the system starting on 1 May 2017.