School of Business
Departments and research
In addition to doing high-quality research, our faculty members play key roles in societal debates and policy-making, contribute to executive education in Finland and abroad, and are responsible for teaching in our portfolio of bachelor's, master's and doctoral programs.
To learn more about the impact we make, get to know our latest research outputs on research.aalto.fi and six departments and two centres (pls. scroll down the page to find the links to the department web pages).
During past years, many articles by the School of Business affiliated authors have appeared in FT50 journals. Take a look at the attachments. Source: ACRIS. For further information, please contact: [email protected]
Departments and centres
The Department of Accounting is one of the leading research faculties in the Nordic region.
The Department of Economics provides a comprehensive insight into the functioning of economies and the environment in which companies operate.
The Department of Finance is the leading finance department in Finland with a strong dedication to research.
The Department of Information and Service Management refers to the creative use of information and digital technology in business and the move from industrial to service dominant forms of production.
The Department of Management Studies offers a dynamic environment for scholarship and learning.
The Department of Marketing is a thriving and dynamic community of faculty, researchers, staff, and students. The department has earned international acclaim for its ambitious and rigorous research output. We are at the bleeding edge of marketing.
CEMAT conducts academic research focusing on Russia and channels research-based knowledge to the use of the business community and other societal stakeholders In Finland. CEMAT supports EU-level decision-making as the lead coordinator of the Northern Dimension Institute (NDI), the mission of which is to serve the knowledge needs of the Northern Dimension policy.
CKIR’s main research focus is on innovation ecosystems, ICT enabled service platforms and thus enabled new business dynamics.
Better Business — Better Society Seminar Series
The Seminar Series discusses the current and societally important topics at the School of Business. The seminars will be arranged monthly, generally on the first Thursday of the month, excluding holiday seasons.
Tenured Professors' Installation Talks
In the short videos, the new professors of the School of Business enlighten us with personal insights and tell why they are passionate about their field