Current Research

Current Research at Hanken

Research is a dynamic activity. The composition of our faculty develops continuously, and our researchers launch new publications, projects and other exciting initiatives. On this page, we highlight current projects and introduce members of the Hanken research community.

You can already now visit our research database Haris to search for projects and researchers at Hanken.

We will soon complement this with a direct feed from Haris directly to this page.

Latest publications

In the research database you will find all research activity.
To the research database

2019 Arni Halldorsson, Caroline Sundgren, Jessica Wehner 'Sustainable Supply Chains and Energy: Where “planet” meets “profit”'
2019 Ira Haavisto, Gyöngyi Kovacs 'Sustainability in humanitarian supply chains'
2019 Robert Ciuchita, Dominik Mahr, Gaby Odekerken-Schröder, Martin Wetzels 'Drivers of Continuous Usage'
2018 Päivi Korpisaari, Olli Pekka Pitkänen, Eija Warma-Lehtinen 'Uusi tietosuojalainsäädäntö'
2018 Jeff Hearn 'Moving men, changing men, othering men' vol 2018, pp. 29-58.
2018 Urpo Kaila, Linus Nyman 'Information Security Best Practices' Technology Innovation Management Review, vol 8, no. 11, pp. 32-42.
2018 Pekka Johannes Buttler 'A Practice Method for Studying Creative Communities' Technology Innovation Management Review, vol 8, no. 11, pp. 22-31.
2018 Jeff Hearn, Matthew Hall '‘This is my cheating ex’' Sexualities: studies in culture and society, pp. 1-23.
2018 Paulo Fraga Martins Maio, Ilan Cooper 'Asset growth, profitability, and investment opportunities' Management Science,
2018 J. Tuomas Harviainen, Bo-Christer Björk 'Genealogy, GEDCOM, and popularity implications' Informaatiotutkimus, vol 37, no. 3, pp. 4-14.
2018 Sergey Anokhin, Joakim Wincent, Vinit Parida, Natalya Chistyakova, Pejvak Oghazi 'Industrial clusters, flagship enterprises and regional innovation' Entrepreneurship & Regional Development,
2018 Ewald Kibler , Joakim Vincent, Teemu Kautonen, Gabriella Cacciotti , Martin Obschonka 'Can prosocial motivation harm entrepreneurs' subjective well-being?' Journal of Business Venturing,