The University of St.Gallen (HSG) is deeply dismayed by Russia's recent invasion of Ukraine. It condemns this massive violation of international law against a sovereign state, which has brought pain and suffering to innocent people, families and communities.
Articles by HSG researchers, students, public events and information on the war in Ukraine.
HSG offers selected continuing education programmes free of charge for refugee migrants with a university degree who live in Switzerland.
Recently, HSG innovation expert Oliver Gassmann gave a lecture to students at Ukraine's Odesa National Economics University on how the reconstruction…
Emilia von Albertini and Frederick Mangold founded the initiative "St.Gallen helps Ukraine" at the beginning of the war. In the podcast they tell the…
Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, a defining figure in the 20th century has died. An article by Ulrich Schmid.
The war has led to difficult circumstances for the global financial system, leaving central banks with a tough choice. Comment by Dr Angelo Ranaldo,…
“Rather than a direct war, the list of sanctions imposed on Russia is going to work in favour of the US.”
“Sanctions may work, but only if they convince Russia to end the war very soon. Otherwise, they might turn to be devastating and creating even more victims than the war itself, especially for countries in North Africa.”
“People are reminded of the problem, but then they resort to sort of quick fixes, which are not really for the long term.”