Rasmus Rahm, born in 1982, is a Swedish business scholar and PhD candidate at the Center for Entrepreneurship and Business Creation at the Stockholm School of Economics. His thesis concerns the impact of entrepreneurship education on graduates' subsequent entrepreneurial behaviour.
Rasmus holds a Masters of Science in Economics from the Stockholm School of Economics (2009) where he defended his Masters thesis concerning subsequent entrepreneurial behaviour among entrepreneurship graduates. He also holds certificates from Harvard University (2012) and from the Cambridge-MIT Institute (2005).
Rasmus has served at SSES for over ten years, and in his eight years as Director of Education and Training, he worked closely with member universities on developing the course and activities portfolio.
Rasmus has previously served as interim CEO for the business incubator SSE Business Lab (2006), and is a founder of several startups.
The Stockholm School of Entrepreneurship is an independent non-profit and non-governmental academic organisation offering applied interdisciplinary education, training, incubation, and inspiration to our five member universities, the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE), Karolinska Institutet (KI), the University College of Arts, Crafts and Design (Konstfack) and Stockholm University (SU).