During the pandemic, 70% of surveyed social entrepreneurs were able to maintain and increase income from the sale of goods and services, and 85% retained and increased the number of employed personnel. This is shown by the results of joint research by Impact Hub Moscow and experts from the Graduate School of Management SPbU (GSOM SPbU) and the University of Massachusetts, Boston, which was conducted from June 2020 to January 2021 with the support of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation among owners and leaders of social enterprises, as well as at community of experts. The research aimed to identify the changes that have taken place in social entrepreneurship during the pandemic, as well as the strategies and innovations that helped to cope with the crisis and lay the foundation for future growth. The study was carried out in two stages based on the collection of quantitative and qualitative data.
The Master in Corporate Finance (MCF) program of the Graduate School of Management of St. Petersburg University (GSOM SPbU) has been accredited by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). Students who will enter this GSOM program from September 2021, , will receive nine ACCA discipline credits upon completion of the curriculum.
From April 1 to April 3, 2021, students of the Graduate School of Management of St. Petersburg University (GSOM SPbU), with the support of the administration and the GSOM Advisory Board will hold an annual conference "Management of the Future". The best students from Russia and abroad will meet with the leaders of leading Russian companies in a remote format and discuss the trends in the transformation and development of enterprises in the new business era.
In theory, the question of who owns a business is not so relevant in the capitalist economic model but in reality? Researchers from the Graduate School of Management at St. Petersburg University (GSOM SPbU) Andrei Panibratov and Daria Klishevich in their new article analyze why state-owned enterprises (SOEs) attract increasing attention from scholars and practitioners alike, and why the debate on SOEs often focuses on the issue of state capitalism.
On March 11-12, researchers from the Graduate School of Management of St. Petersburg University (GSOM SPbU) held an online seminar How to publish research in leading international management journals. The seminar was attended by teachers, researchers and Doctoral students of the Institute of Economics and Management of Tomsk State University.
The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) noted the unprecedented impact of the pandemic on the business sector in 2020. At the same time, one fifth of the Russian survey participants claim that under the pressure of the covid crisis, they were able to find new opportunities for business development.
On March 16, 2020, the Graduate School of Management of St. Petersburg State University (GSOM SPbU) moved to the online work format. It was effectuated in just two days — the deployment of the urgent measures required to meet the COVID-19 pandemic. Today it is obvious that the Business School has made a real breakthrough in digitalization as regards to education, scientific work, and informal communication.
Anastasia Laskovaya, Assistant of the Department of Strategic and International Management, Graduate School of Management, St. Petersburg University (GSOM SPbU), in collaboration with other international researchers, has published an article on the Effectuation and causation, firm performance, and the impact of institutions: A multi-country moderation analysis in the Journal of Business Research.
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