Stockholm School of Economics

Stockholm School of Economics

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Sweden Established: 1909 Scholars: 1
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This ranking lists all the best researchers from the Psychology discipline and affiliated with Stockholm School of Economics. There are a total of 1 researchers included with 0 of them also being included in the global ranking.

Overview

Stockholm School of Economics

Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) is a private business school located in Stockholm, Sweden. It was founded in 1909 in response to the rapid industrialization of the country. It is the only privately funded higher education institution in Sweden and has built two sister organizations: SSE Riga and SSE Russia. Considered a top European business school, SSE is known for conducting world-leading research and producing high-achieving students.

Stockholm School of Economics Key Statistics

The university campus sits in the urban area of Sveavägen in central Stockholm. It comprises seven academic departments, including the Department of Accounting, the Department of Finance, the Department of Law and Languages, and the Department of Marketing and Strategy. It also operates the European Institute of Japanese Studies in Tokyo, Japan.

SSE offers two bachelor programs, five master programs, and three doctoral courses. It also provides double degree programs, executive education, and exchange programs with more than 110 corporate agreements worldwide.

All courses are taught in English, except for the executive education that is taught in both Swedish and English. Some of the university’s top-ranked subjects are business, liberal arts, social sciences, and mathematics.

SSE is relatively small, with a capacity of only 2,000 students. Its small-scale operation is maintained by 300 academic and administrative staff.

Other Stockholm School of Economics key statistics include a well-equipped library facility, academic support for students with disabilities, and student health services.

The university is a member of the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs and the Global Alliance in Management Education. It is accredited by the European Foundation for Management Development Quality Improvement System.

Stockholm School of Economics Research

The university has been nationally and internationally recognized for conducting high research activities in various fields, especially economics, business, and medicine. With over 5,300 research publications, its research projects are mainly supported by its Research Office and various external Swedish and Nordic funding sources.

SSE researchers have been published in notable journal publications like Social Science Research Network, Research Papers in Economics, and Osteoporosis International. They have also been invited to attend and present research papers at top conferences, such as the Winter Simulation Conference, the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, and the International Conference on Information Systems.

The most cited article produced by Stockholm School of Economics research is Johanson and Vahlne’s (1977) “The internationalization process of the firm—A model of knowledge development and increasing foreign market commitments.” It has so far received 16,458 citations and was published in the Journal of International Business Studies. The institution’s second most cited research output is Kogut and Singh’s (1988) “The effect of national culture on the choice of entry mode.” A total of 8,171 books, articles, and other publications have cited this research work, which was featured in the Journal of International Business Studies.

Meanwhile, the third most cited article is Aarts et al.’s (2015) “Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science.” This research study was published in Science, receiving a total of 6,346 citations to date.

SSE is home to several research centers and institutes, including the Center for Accounting and Managerial Finance, the Center for Sustainability Research, the Institute for Economic and Business History Research, and the Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics.
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2990 World 26 National Lennart Sjöberg

Lennart Sjöberg

Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden
D-index 53 Citations 11,494 130

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