Turku School of Economics (TSE) conducts high-quality research and education in business studies with the aim to benefit decision-making in the society. An international outlook is stressed in all operations, and ever since its establishment in 1950, Turku School of Economics has enjoyed good liaisons with business life.
Turku School of Economics merged with University of Turku 1 January 2010. Areas of specialisation include business knowledge for innovations, responsible business and sustainable development, business competence and models in organisational networks, global integration, strategic management accounting as well as welfare management and public services. TSE has close to 3,000 students, including undergraduate and post-graduate students, and 200 researchers and lecturers. Annually, over 150 international students study at TSE, and appreciate the community spirit, modern resources and extensive international network.
Mercurius - Magazine of Turku School of Economics
Mercurius is the official magazine of Turku School of Economics. It is published once per year and it reports on current topics related to academics and research both in TSE and the entire academic community.
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