19 results for News, Department of Management Studies
Theory comes to life in imaginary case exercises in the candidate course of the entrepreneurship.
Iiris Saittakari’s dissertation among the best four dissertations in international business in 2016–2018
Iiris Saittakari’s dissertation is entitled "The Location of Headquarters: Why, When and Where are Regional Mandates Located?".
Companies can work as change agents, Assistant Professor Tiina Ritvala says.
The course provides doctoral students with in-depth knowledge and skills for conducting case studies and justifying their choices.
The student and learning are at the centre of teaching, says Assistant Professor Taija Turunen.
Doctoral dissertation: Childhood experiences affect many growth entrepreneurs’ path in entrepreneurship
In his doctoral dissertation, Aarni Moisala demonstrates how entrepreneurs’ creative processes arise and develop.
The new study shows how managers mobilize central concepts such as “self-responsibility” and “sustainable development" to make sense of environmental challenges and promote strategic change.
The course is a unique opportunity to work with your hands and to build an exhibition in a group with many talents - including science.
Galina Kallio's doctoral dissertation shows how people challenge the current system of food production and market exchange by buying their food directly from local farms.
The study has been published in Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal.
Application period for master’s level studies starting in autumn 2019 begins at the turn of the year
It's recommended to prepare in advance in order to apply for the highly valued Global Management/CEMS master's programme.
Nearly half of residents in housing companies would like to acquire solar panels – spreading requires legislative amendment
Gaps in legislation are preventing the adoption of solar PV in Finnish housing companies.
Aalto is #1 in Finland with regard to relative number of research citations and employer reputation.
Innovators are invited to develop apps that improve life on earth by utilising satellite data.
Doctoral graduate Natalie Segercrantz likens research work to being an explorer. In a laboratory, one can encounter something that has never been witnessed before.
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.
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.
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)
Aalto's newly tenured professors reveal the secrets of carbon nanomaterials for health applications and origins and beneficiaries of invention.