In this world, nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes. Reflecting on the reveal of widespread abuse of tax systems in Europe and the US by companies such as BlackRock in 2018, leading business school experts share their research and insights on how to prevent such events happening again, and how organisations and individuals can act more ethically.
The Power of Teamwork, Communication, And Maintaining Great Balance – Aino Äijö: Aalto University School of Business
Balancing academic studies and athletics requires personal discipline, effective planning, and flexibility. It takes routine and discipline - so says Aino Äijö
All students should feel like they belong on campus and in the classroom, without any barriers or hindrances to their learning experience say Alexei and Meeri of KY - the student society of Aalto University School of Business
From A Cup Of Tea To A New Career – The Small And Big Steps Supporting Refugees – Anastasia Koptsyukh
We speak to students and alumni using their business education to make a difference to refugee lives and opportunities around the world. Here, Anastasia Koptsyukh shares how her project - The Help Centre - is providing a caring, human hand to Ukrainian refugees
The world is full of problems waiting to be solved, and entrepreneurship is a great way to create a positive impact says Henrietta Moon, whose start-up Carbo Culture is finding new ways to remove carbon from the Earth's atmosphere
We shine a spotlight on five successful women, thriving in what have been typically male-dominated industries, and sharing the stories of how they found success despite facing greater barriers, challenges and even potentially discrimination.
Business schools have continued to provide a pathway to better management practice throughout 2022. We’ve summarised our top 10 lessons from research and academia this year for you to reflect on
Even though 46 percent of people who consume video and role-playing games globally are women, gaming communities and the production industry still typically associate the term “gamer” with men, reveals new research from Aalto University School of Business.
Research suggests husbands indirectly support their wives to earn more when working together - until that higher wage exceeds their own...