Professor Leos Müller, Department of History, and Klas Rönnbäck, Gothenburg University, have been awarded the 2022 Heckscher-prize for the article “Swedish East india trade in a value-added analysis, ca. 1730–1800”.
New Mistra program on 'Governing Critical Raw Material Supply Chains for a Sustainable Transition' at the Department of Economic History and International Relations and the Department of Political Science at Stockholm University.
The book Crises and Challenges for the European Union argues that crises and challenges are no longer unique events facing the EU, but rather, they are better understood as sustained conditions that have changed the relationships between member states and the prospects for integration.
Lisa Dellmuth is professor of International Relations at the Department of Economic History and International Relations. She is one of Stockholm University’s new professors who will be installed at a ceremony in the Stockholm City Hall on September 29.
A survey sent out in the spring of 2021 to alumni who graduated in 2018 and 2019 shows that 80% of those who responded are satisfied with their time at Stockholm University. A strong contributing factor to a positive overall experience is whether and to what extent the alumni felt they had received information about job opportunities and career support.
Finally! For the first time in two years, a Master's Conferment Ceremony was held last Friday in Aula Magna. It was long-awaited and a record number, almost 500 new graduates, celebrated their graduation with pomp and circumstance together with their loved ones.