Department of Economics (DE)

Annika Alexius (p): Empirical Macroeconomics, International Finance

Mahmood Arai (p): Labor Economics, Internal Labor Markets, Micro Wage Determination

Sergio de Ferra (f): Macroeconomics

Rikard Forslid (p): International Trade, Economic Growth, Economic Geography

Peter Fredriksson (p): Policy Evaluation and Labor Economics (education, immigration, labor market policy)

Ines Helm (f): Labor Economics, Urban Economics

Mathias Herzing (f): Microeconomics, Industrial Organization, Game Theory

Jonas Häckner (p): Industrial Economics, Oligopoly Theory

Jens Josephson (d): Financial Economics, Microeconomics, and Game Theory

Paul Klein (p): Macroeconomics

Ann-Sofie Kolm (p): Labour Economics

Michael Lundholm (p): Public Economics, Family Economics, Economics of Social Norms

Andreas Madestam (f): Development Economics

Astri Muren (p): Experimental Economics, Antitrust and Regulation

Sten Nyberg (p): Industrial Economics, Economics of Social Norms

Mårten Palme (p): Empirical Microeconomics, Labor Economics, Empirical Public Finance and Health Economics

Per Pettersson Lidbom (p): Political Economics

Mikael Priks (d): Public Finance

Anna Seim (d): Macroeconomics, Wage Setting, Economic Policy, Economic growth and Institutions

David Seim (f): Public Economics

Johan Söderberg (f): Monetary Economics

Peter Thoursie (p): Labour Economics, Family Economics, Economics of Social Insurance, Applied Econometrics

Anna Tompsett (f): Development Economics

Björn Tyrefors (f): Political Economics, Discrimination, Education, and Economics of Crime.

Roine Vestman (f): Macroeconomics, Financial Economics (Household Finance), Applied Microeconomics

Jonas Vlachos (d): Empirical Research in Economics of Education, Labor Economics, Corporate Governance

Hans Wijkander (p): Public Economics, Uncertainty and Investment

Anders Åkerman (f): International Trade, International Macroeconomics, Applied Microeconomics


Institute of International Economic Studies (IIES)

Ingvild Almås (f):

Tessa Bold (f):

Timo Boppart (f):

Tobias Broer (f): Models of Consumption Risk-sharing, International Macro, Household Finance, Monetary Policy, Asset Pricing

Konrad Burchardi (f):

John Hassler (p): Macroeconomics

Sebastian Koehne (f):

Alexandre Kohlhas (f):

Per Krusell (p): Macro Broadly Defined

Kurt Mitman (f):

Arash Nekoei (f):

Peter Nilsson (f):

Mats Persson (p): Public Finance, Taxes, Social Insurance

Torsten Persson (p): Macroeconomics, International Macroeconomics, Economic Policy and Political Equilibrium

Jonathan de Quidt (f):

Anna Sandberg (f):

Kathrin Schlafmann (f):

David Strömberg (p): Public Finance, Microeconomics, Political Economy, Econometrics

Jakob Svensson (p): Development Economics, Political Economy

Robert Östling (f): Applied Microeconomics, Behavioral Economics, and Game Theory


Swedish Institute for Social Research (SOFI)

Anne Boschini (l):

Karin Edmark (l):

Karin Hederos (f): Labor Economics with focus on the importance of gender and family background in generating socioeconomic inequality.

Marcus Jäntti (p): Economics of Inequality, Labor Economics

Lena Lindahl (d): Economic Preference Parameters, Inequality, Socio-economic Mobility, and questions related to Health Inequality.

Matthew Lindquist (d): Labor Economics, Intergenerational Mobility, Economics of Crime

Martin Nybom (f): Labor Economics and Applied Microeconometrics

Dan-Olf Roth (p): Labor Economics, Migration, Health Economics, and Political Economy

Anders Stenberg (d): Labor Economics, especially Economics of Education

Jenny Säve-Söderbergh (f): Behavioral and Labor Economics
 

Comments: p = professor (chair), d = docent (associate professor), f = forskarassistent (assistant professor), l = lektor (lecturer)