Kevin Cullinane has helped rebuild Beirut and improve the logistics for pilgrims visiting Mecca. He has been a transport consultant to the Hong Kong government, researched the effectiveness of the pri…22 Jun 2015
Talented master students from India and China are being recruited by the School of Business, Economics and Law, thanks to scholarships from the Volvo Group. The scholarship package includes not only …22 Jun 2015
The Executive MBA Programme at the School of Business, Economics and Law targets practicing managers. One key aspect of the programme, which includes two extended trips to China and India, is to devel…1 Jun 2015
Ruthless exploitation, environmental disasters and refugees. That is a common narrative of the consequences of the extraction of natural resources in Africa. A new dissertation from the School of Busi…1 Jun 2015
Significant biases exist in the Swedish 'nämndeman' system that are closely associated with the political platforms of the lay judges' party affiliation, a new study from the School of Business, Econo…13 May 2015
The School of Business, Economics and Law has established Double Degree agreements with four well-renown partner universities. Double Degree is a form of student exchange within a Master¿s programme a…1 Apr 2015
Fewer industrial firms would violate environmental legislation and a higher number would adopt cleaner technologies if environmental authorities would focus their monitoring efforts on companies with …27 Mar 2015
L'Oréal Brandstorm is a worldwide competition which gives the students an opportunity to take on the roll as an international marketing director within the beauty products industry19 Mar 2015
Göran Carstedt, a respected businessman with extensive experience in senior managerial positions in multinational and international organisations such as Volvo, IKEA, the Clinton Climate Initiative an…11 Mar 2015
Economist Ulf Zölitz is studying how the gender composition of students in the classroom and the gender of the teachers are affecting the performance of the students. This week he held a seminar at th…5 Mar 2015
Refugee immigration per capita in Sweden has been Europe's largest for thirty years, and almost ten times above the European average over the last ten years. In a new report released today, economist …23 Feb 2015
Awareness of global challenges such as climate change doesn't always make us change our lifestyles and behaviour. Similarly, knowing smoking is bad for our health doesn't necessarily make us quit smok…17 Feb 2015
The School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Gothenburg has once again been awarded a re-accreditation by EQUIS and continues to be one of approximately 150 EQUIS accredited busines…16 Dec 2014
What kind of support structure is available for small companies that quickly want to become international? Does this structure match the needs within the born-global companies? These were questions th…3 Dec 2014
Since three years the Port of Gothenburg has awarded best thesis of the year within sustainability, to students from Chalmers School of Technology and the University of Gothenburg. This year the award…7 Nov 2014
Thomas Sterner, Professor of Environmental Economics, University of Gothenburg, and Chair of EfD Research Committee, is awarded the Think Tank Green Budget Europe's prize of "Environmental Fiscal Refo…5 Nov 2014
Professor Eva-Maria Svensson - key note speaker at the conference Gender Equality in the Arctic - Current Realities, Future Challenges.12 Nov 2014
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