[27 Mar 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 the most environmentally damaging technology. At a societal level, such a strategy would mean less pollution at the same or a lower cost of monitoring, according to a new doctoral thesis from the University of Gothenburg¿s School of Business, Economics and Law.
[11 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 and The Society for Organizational Learning at MIT, has been appointed as the new holder of the Assar Gabrielsson Visiting Professorship in Applied Corporate Management at the School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Gothenburg.
[2 Mar 2015] The External Relations unit at the School of Business, Economics and Law has been awarded project funding by VINNOVA to develop a model for collaborating with the public sector.
[23 Feb 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 Joakim Ruist calculates how this has impacted on Swedish public finances. The estimated annual net cost corresponds to slightly more than 1 per cent of GDP.
[18 Feb 2015] Master's students in Innovation receive Sten A Olsson foundation Scholarship