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Economists suggest: This is how Finland will halve its road transport emissions by 2030

The most efficient way to reach emissions targets is to introduce a permit system for fuel sales that will set quotas for fuel carbon contents
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Taloustieteilijät ehdottavat: Näin Suomi puolittaa tieliikenteen päästöt vuoteen 2030 mennessä

'Social welfare and healthcare reform should be implemented in stages'

Creating markets requires patience, says Professor Juuso Välimäki.
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Juuso Välimäki

Björn Savén Scholarship enables postgraduate studies at a top US university

Lassi Tervonen, a doctoral student in economics, goes to Boston University to study, network and find new research ideas.
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Kuvassa näkyvät pääomasijoittaja Björn Saven ja tohtorikoulutettava Lassi Tervonen.

Increased income reduced prevalence of malaria through agricultural development programme in Uganda

Thanks to improved economic status, families able to buy bed nets also for children and pregnant women
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The icture shows Assistant Professor Yao Pan.

School of Business awarded the Courses of the Year

Selecting the Courses of the Year 2018 started a new tradition, which highlights the high quality and ever developing teaching at the School of Business.
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The photo shows people at the awarding ceremony.

An English-language Bachelor’s Programme in Economics is being established in the School of Business

The degree programme's first 40 students will be chosen in the spring 2019 selection of students, and teaching will begin in the autumn of the same year.
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QS Ranking: Aalto places 140th in the world

Aalto is #1 in Finland with regard to relative number of research citations and employer reputation.
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World Challenge 2018 Finals in Finland on 27–30 August – work for a better world

Innovators are invited to develop apps that improve life on earth by utilising satellite data.
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Green plastic triangle on a white board,

Finding the unknown, D.Sc. Natalie Segercrantz

Doctoral graduate Natalie Segercrantz likens research work to being an explorer. In a laboratory, one can encounter something that has never been witnessed before.
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Doctoral graduate Natalie Segercrantz Aalto University

Dissertation: Mailing letters increased social benefit take-up

Households that received a directed mailing informing them of the guarantee pension program were faster and 50 % more likely to apply for the benefit than households that relied only on public information.
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Professor Otto Toivanen and Professor Hannu Vartiainen to lead Helsinki Graduate School of Economics

The Governing Board of Helsinki GSE has selected Professor Toivanen to be Academic Director and Professor Vartiainen to be Academic Deputy Director.
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Board chosen for Helsinki Graduate School of Economics

Erkki Liikanen, the Governor of the Bank of Finland has agreed to serve as the chair of the board of the Helsinki Graduate School of Economics (Helsinki GSE)
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The first installation talks of 2018 now available on video

Aalto's newly tenured professors reveal the secrets of carbon nanomaterials for health applications and origins and beneficiaries of invention.
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Kuvassa vasemmalta professori Günther H. Filz, professori Otto Toivanen, rehtori Ilkka Niemelä ja professori Tomi Laurila. Kuva: Lasse Lecklin. Aalto-yliopisto