Turku School of Economics
The latest issue of the Baltic Rim Economies (BRE) review was published on 28 February introducing articles on current topics concerning the Baltic Sea region.
28 February 2019 at 12-17 in Visitor and Innovation Centre Joki, 3rd floor, “Workshop”, address: Lemminkäisenkatu 12 B, 20520 Turku.
Turku Institute for Advanced Studies (TIAS) strengthens its position as a leading multidisciplinary research unit in humanities and social sciences after recruiting new researchers, ten of whom started their work at the beginning of 2019. During their three-year projects, the Institute’s researchers will conduct a diverse range of interdisciplinary, innovative and socially impactful research.
The Alumni Committee plans and coordinates the alumni activities of the School. It also participates actively in developing the alumni relations.
Turku School of Economics has published its first impact report. The compact report describes the status of impact and engagement with examples both from the academic and the societal perspective.
“KVS14 Investment Opportunities in Eastern Europe” brings high-level speakers to Turku School of Economics
The course, organized by Pan-European Institute, brings interesting visiting lecturers to Turku in January. Among the speakers are representatives of business and the Ambassador of Belarus to Finland.
Clean Shipping Project Platform, CSHIPP, brings together projects and organisations focused on enhancing clean shipping in the Baltic Sea region.