Hanken School of Economics is a leading university with 110 years of experience in research and education in economics and business administration. Hanken holds the three most prestigious accreditations for business schools: EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA. Only one percent of all business schools worldwide have achieved this. We are also proud to be one of the most international universities in Finland.

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Ask Hanken's experts about the corona epidemic's societal impact
The researchers and experts at Hanken are available to the media in connection with the Corona virus epidemic – in Finnish, Swedish and English.
Information regarding the corona virus epidemic
Hanken follows the corona virus epidemic situation continuously. Here you can find the latest recommendations and instructions that Hanken has issued for students, teachers and others.
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Triple accreditation
Hanken holds the three most prestigious accreditations for business schools: EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA. Only one percent of all business schools worldwide have achieved this.
Hanken's Summer Podcast
The summer podcast talks about the economy, life and the time around the corona pandemic. Starting 7.7.2020 three new episodes are launched per week. Sit back, relax and unleash the world of science!
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News
Studenter med Hankenväska
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08.07.2020
This year Hanken admits in total 305 new students to the Swedish BSc programme in Helsinki and Vaasa. That amounts to 55 more students than in 2019.
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06.07.2020
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.
Sommarpodden
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01.07.2020
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.
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25.06.2020
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.