Academic Director of Helsinki GSE, Professor @ Aalto University
Deputy Academic Director of Helsinki GSE, Professor @ University of Helsinki
Project Manager of Helsinki GSE and Aalto Economic Institute
- Anni Huhtala
- Timo Korkeamäki
- Kristiina Mäkelä
- Helena Rantakaulio
- Anne Remes
- Heidi Schauman, chair
- Marjaana Seppänen
- Rune Stenbacka
- Oskari Nokso-Koivisto, secretary of the board
Annual reports (in Finnish)
Helsinki GSE condemns anykind of inappropriate behavior, bullying or harassment.
Helsinki GSE is an economics community made up of many different actors, all committed to preventing harassment and inappropriate behavior in their work.
Each and every supervisor and teacher at the University is obligated to address the situation if they notice inappropriate behavior, bullying or harassment in his or her work or study community.
If you experience inappropriate treatment or harassment, you can find more information and seek help through the following guidelines. (You may need to be logged in to access these resources)
If you experience inappropriate behavior contact primarily your own institution. The Helsinki GSE office is also always at your disposal. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- Cecilia Borgman, Hanken
- Marja-Liisa Halko (C.), University of Helsinki
- Annika Nivala, VATT
- Jukka Pirttilä, University of Helsinki
- Helena Rantakaulio, Aalto University
- Tuukka Saarimaa, Aalto University
Principles of Professional Conduct
Principles of Professional Conduct for the Helsinki GSE define how we behave in the GSE community, what we expect from others, and what kind of image we give out of the GSE. The GSE community consists of members of the GSE research teams and master and doctoral students in economics of the University of Helsinki, Aalto University and Hanken.
The Principles of Professional Conduct for the Helsinki GSE do not replace, but support, the equality guidelines of the participating units.
The following two basic principles determine how we operate at the Helsinki GSE:
- Freedom of discussion: GSE members are free to contribute to the discussion and each idea is objectively evaluated, regardless of who presents it.
- Equal opportunities: In the GSE, everyone is treated fairly, regardless of their age, gender, ethnicity or national origin.
The Equality Committee of the Helsinki GSE supports the debate on equality issues and provides relevant information. The Committee cooperates with the equality bodies of the parent universities and, if necessary, directs problematic situations to their consideration. The Committee monitors the development of equality at the Helsinki GSE and reports annually to the Board.