Delta Sports Week

We invite all Delta employees and students to participate in various events throughout the week as part of the Sports Week.

Best in Estonia and leading in the Nordic countries

School of Economics and Business Administration (SEBA) of University of Tartu is the leading and rapidly developing research centre in economics, international business and management in Estonia. We aim to provide a vibrant research environment that is linked to international centres of excellence and produces high level academic and policy relevant economic analysis. According to the RePec database SEBA of University of Tartu is the highest ranking institution in study of economics and finance in Estonia based on its research output. Confirmed by rankings. See more

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Study as an external student at the School of Economics and Business Administration

Aleksei Gorgadze

University of Tartu Cooperates with Tbilisi State University

Delta X

Students test their skills in the robotics and business models competition

Webinar on business cooperation attracted great interest among Ukrainian universities

On 6 March, STARTERnetwork opened a series of webinars to develop the innovation capacity of Ukrainian universities.




Recent publications


Michael Minkov, Boris Sokolov, Marc A. Tasse, Erdenebileg Jamballuu, Michael Schachner, Anneli Kaasa. (2023). A Transposition of the Minkov-Hofstede Model of Culture to the Individual Level of Analysis: Evidence from MongoliaCross-Cultural Research

Quan Hoang Nguyen Tran, Krista Jaakson, Maaja Vadi. (2023). Universal task and two faces of relationship orientation: a novel scale to measure organizational culture in VietnamAsia Pacific Business Review.

Mariluz Fernandez-Alles, Tiia Vissak, Oliver Lukason. (2023). Which variables predict the internationalization type of academic spin-offs? Heliyon, 9 (2), 1−15. 

Jaan Masso, Priit Vahter (2023). Joining and exiting the value chain of foreign multinationals and performance of their local suppliers: evidence from interfirm transaction dataIndustrial and Corporate Change, dtad004.

Oleksandr Dorokhov, Lyudmyla Malyarets, Kadri Ukrainski, Mariana Petrova, Dmytro Yevstrat, Anar Aliyeva. (2023). Consumer expectations and real experiences: case of Ukrainian tourists in TurkeyAccess to science, business, innovation in digital economy. ACCESS Press, 2023, 4(1), 102-114.

Liis Roosaar,  Urmas Varblane, Jaan Masso. (2022). Churning and Labour Productivity in Economic Crisis, Differences Between Foreign and Domestic Firms. Eastern European Economics, 60 (2), 113–148.

Christian Reichel, Bianka Plüschke-Altof, Joonas Plaan. (2022). Speaking of a ‘climate crisis’: Fridays for Future's attempts to reframe climate change. Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research.

Bianka Plüschke-Altof,  Helen Sooväli-Sepping. (2022).  Ch 1. Contested Urban Green Spaces and Environmental Justice in Northern Europe. In: Plüschke-Altof, Bianka; Sooväli-Sepping, Helen (Ed.). Whose Green City? Sustainable Development Goals Series. Springer, Cham.

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