Hanken advances new knowledge in business and society through research activities characterised by academic excellence and corporate world relevance.
Hankens styrkeområden
Our Areas of Strength
• Competition Economics and Service Strategy
• Financial Management, Accounting, and Governance
• Responsible Organising
• Leading for Growth and Wellbeing
Research project: Aid in conflict zones
Cash or physical goods? 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.
HUMLOG aid in conflict zones
En mans händer i meditationsställning.
Mindfulness can help combat burnouts
Mindfulness and yoga have become popular methods today for people to find tranquillity amidst the hectic tempo of everyday life. Now this meditation technique has entered Finnish working life.
Get a Phd in Business and Economics
Become the knowledge producer of tomorrow and beyond. A PhD from Hanken will prepare you for a career at top universities, research institutions, and companies.
Hankens doktorandutbildning
Joakim Wincent is researching entrepreneurship and well-being. He is inspired by the fact that there are always new problems to solve and says that research is like solving puzzles.
This summer Hanken School of Economics will launch 15 exclusive episodes in a podcast series where researchers at Hanken talk about their research. The first episode is out 7.7.2020.
New research argues that social capital, as measured by civic norms and density of associational networks, reduces corporate managers’ tendencies to hide bad news. This results in higher accounting conservatism, which is a cautious approach that admits lower profits along with greater losses. Social capital also positively influences boardroom gender diversity and corporate governance.
Person packar ihop sina saker
CEOs are more likely to be fired when their firms are involved in ESG (“Environmental, Social, and Governance”) related misconduct, writes Niclas Meyer in a blog post on the Hanken Research blog.