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  • Swedish managers improve their business skills in China

    [16 Apr 2014] During the past week, some twenty Swedish managers have participated in an intensive course on doing business in China. The course, held in Shanghai and Hangzhou, is an integrated part of the Gothenburg Executive MBA programme at the School of Business, Economics and Law, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. The Executive MBA participants combined visits to Chinese and multinational companies with studies in Chinese Business and Supply Chain Management at two of China's top universities, Zhejiang University and Shanghai Jiao Tong University.

  • Join our Instagram competition!

    [11 Apr 2014] Help us show the World what it is like being a student at the School of Business, Economics and Law (Handelshögskolan) and you can win a gift card of 200 SEK in the book store Handelsboden!

  • Gothenburg Scientist in Nature: Climate Models Underestimate Costs to Future Generations

    [8 Apr 2014] Future generations will have to pay more for today's carbon emissions than what governments across the world currently understand. The climate models used by policymakers around the world to estimate the economic and social costs of CO2 emissions have to be improved according to Thomas Sterner, professor of Environmental Economics at the School of Business, Economics and Law, University of Gothenburg, and six other scientists in the prestigious journal Nature.

  • Thomas Sterner reports from UN's IPPC meeting in Berlin

    [8 Apr 2014] Thomas Sterner, professor of environmental economics, is the only Swedish researcher to serve as a coordinating lead author of a new report that the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change will present this week. This is his report from the IPCC working group III in Berlin.

  • UN Climate Report: Pricing of CO2 Emissions Critical

    [4 Apr 2014] Despite climate change, most polluters still pay little or nothing when they release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. 'A cost of USD 0.15 per kilo CO2 would be enough to solve the whole climate change problem', says Thomas Sterner, professor of environmental economics at the University of Gothenburg. Sterner is the only Swedish researcher to serve as a coordinating lead author of a new report that the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change will present next week.

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