An alliance of three Finnish universities bringing together the best in economics education and research

  • High quality research.
  • Societal impact.
  • Cooperation between economics and other disciplines.
  • Quality of teaching.

Helsinki Graduate School of Economics

Helsinki GSE is an academic initiative bringing together three Finnish universities – Aalto University, Hanken School of Economics, and University of Helsinki. We are building on and extending the cooperation between our departments and third-parties.


Returning from Harvard to Finland: New Professor of Economics at Aalto University

Mikko Silliman has been appointed as an Assistant Professor to the first level of the tenure track.

Online Education

Open Online Course on Economic Fundamentals

Miten talous toimii? (‘How Does The Economy Work?’) is the first extensive Finnish MOOC on the impacts of the economy on our lives.

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Upcoming events

  • Gabrielle Fack Dauphine University - PSL

    How do Students Respond to Partial Information on Graduation Chances? Evidence from University Admissions in France (with Julien Grenet, Yinghua He and Marion Monnet)

    Trade, Regional and Urban Economics Seminar
  • Environmental Economics Reading Group

    The aim of the environmental economics reading group is to read empirical papers related to your ongoing or planned research topics. The reading group sessions are intended to be as informal as possible. In each session there is a chairperson who chooses the paper, initiates the discussion, and takes care of the timetable. No presentations are needed.

    Environmental Economics Reading Group