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Information about teaching Autumn term2020

The Swedish Government announced on 29 May that the Public Health Agency of Sweden's distance learning recommendation will be removed on 15 June. The Department of Economics follows the development of COVID-19 and seeks to adapt to the circumstances.

Jonas Häckner and Mathias Herzing publish in the International Review of Law and Economics

"The equilibrium compliance rate among regulated firms".

Louise Lorentzon successfully defended her thesis

On Monday, June 15, Louise defended her thesis "Empirical Essays on Public Policies: Social Insurances, Safety Nets, and Health Care".

Niklas Blomqvist successfully defended his thesis

On Tuesday, June 9, Niklas defended his thesis "Essays on Labor Economics, The Role of Government In Labor Supply Choices".

Daniel Almén successfully defended his thesis

On Friday, June 12, Daniel defended his thesis “Societal Impacts of Modern Conscription: Human Capital, Social Capital and Criminal Behaviour”.

Information about take-home exams

The Department of Economics follows the development of COVID-19 with grave concern and seeks to adapt to the circumstances. Regarding education we strive to make this available online to the greatest extent possible, and have changed quite a lot in a very short time.

Information for students and staff about the coronavirus

Information on the coronavirus in relation to Stockholm University's activities is updated continuously.