Labor economics is one of the signature fields of the department and our labor researchers often exploit unique Swedish microdata to assess the effects of various reforms on labor market outcomes. Active research projects cover topics such as economics of the family, education, health, discrimination, worker turnover, labor supply and wage determination.

Our Researchers in Labor Economics:

Mahmood Arai

Heléne Berg

Evelina Björkegren

Johannes Haushofer

Ines Helm

Björn Tyrefors

Ann-Sofie Kolm

Mårten Palme

Per Pettersson-Lidbom

Anna Seim

David Seim

Peter Thoursie

Jonas Vlachos