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  • How can urban green spaces be maintained and managed to encourage social interactions?

    [9 Dec 2019] How can urban green spaces be maintained and managed to encourage social interactions?

  • New research can potentially explain why women do not report sexual harassment

    [29 Nov 2019] On Friday and Saturday, a group of international scholars will present new research at a workshop on Gender and Development at The School of Business, Economics and Law in Gothenburg. Sonia Bhalotra, Professor of Economics, will present ongoing research about sexual harassment at workplaces.

  • Parag Pathak - the matchmaker

    [28 Nov 2019] One of the rising stars in matching theory is Parag Pathak, Professor of Microeconomics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). In October 2019, he visited the School of Business, Economics and Law to attend the ¿Matching in Practice¿ workshop, where he was the keynote speaker.

  • Ann-Sofie Isaksson New Associate Professor in Economics

    [14 Nov 2019] The School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Gothenburg has accepted Ann-Sofie Isaksson as Associate Professor (Docent) in Economics.

  • Greening economies in Ethiopia, Kenya and Rwanda

    [5 Nov 2019] In Nyamata, Rwanda during September 9-20 Gothenburg Centre for Sustainable Development (GMV), University of Gothenburg and Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI)-Rwanda carried out a two weeks training for fifteen high-level civil servants from Ethiopia, Kenya and Rwanda. The aim of the training is to strengthen national capacity for an Inclusive Green Economy (IGE), which is one of the prerequisites for achieving Agenda 2030.

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