Alumni Event in Vilnius: Sex, drugs, and bitcoin – How much illegal activity is financed through cryptocurrencies
We are delighted to invite our Lithuanian graduates to the Alumni Event in Vilnius! Join us on Monday, February 19th at 18:00 for the presentation by SSE Riga Professor Tālis Putniņš.
Open Lecture by Kerstin Weigl: Violence against women - private family matters or a society problem?
Kerstin Weigl is an investigative reporter and columnist employed at Aftonbladet, the leading newspaper in Scandinavia.
She is known for a unique study of all the women who have died in Sweden as a result of violence in close relationships during the 2000s. The several times rewarded investigation started eight years ago and is still ongoing. In 2015, she was presented the most prestigious journalism award in Sweden, Lukas Bonniers stora journalistpris, for her innovative reports on the hidden society problem with domestic violence.
Open Workshop by Prof. Inna Kozlinska: Collaborating for Impact by Social Entrepreneurs
Speaker: Dr. Inna Kozlinska, Turku School of Economics, Finland
Presentation will be based on the data collected during SEFORÏS project and the joint work with co-authors from Aston University: Dr. E.Folmer and Prof. U.Stephan. It will focus on regional differences in cultural context in terms of entrepreneurial culture and cultural support for social enterprises.
Alumni Discussion Club Event :"Sex, drugs, and bitcoin – How much illegal activity is financed through cryptocurrencies"
We are delighted to invite our graduates to the Alumni Event in Riga!
"Sex, drugs, and bitcoin – How much illegal activity is financed through cryptocurrencies" - presentation by SSE Riga Professor Talis Putnins
“Cryptocurrencies - big bubble or something of value?”
Rokas Salacevicius, Lithuania, Class of 2003
“Crypto – a tale from the industry”
Andrei Ialama, Moldova, Class of 2016
Moderator: Morten Hansen, Head of Economics Department at SSE Riga