lunduniversity.lu.se

Department of Economics

Lund University School of Economics and Management

Job market candidates

BELOW YOU WILL FIND DETAILS OF phd CANDIDATES WHO ARE EXPECTED TO FINISH THEIR PHD 2019.

Erik Grenestam

erik.grenestam@nek.lu.se

Research Fields:                                                                                      Household Finance, Labor Economics, Economics of Education, Enviromental Economics

Job Market Paper: Cashing Out? Children and Financial Risk

Website: erikgrenestam.se                         

References:

Kaveh Majlesi

Petter Lundborg

Martin Nordin

                                                              

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Hjördis Hardardottir

hjordis.hardardottir@nek.lu.se

Research Fields:
Behavioral economics, experimental economics, inequality, health economics

Job market paper:
The effect of cognitive load time preferences: The role of time perception and cognitive performance                  

Website: https://sites.google.com/view/hjordis-hardardottir

References: 

Erik Wengström

Ulf Gerdtham

 

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Thomas Hofmarcher

thomas.hofmarcher@nek.lu.se

Research Fields: Applied Microeconomics in the area of Labor, Health, and Family Economics

Job Market Paper: The effect of Paid Vacation on Health:                        Evidence from Sweden

Website:                                            https://sites.google.com/site/thomashofmarcher

References:

Petter Lundborg

Jan Bietenbeck

Bengt Jönsson

Erik Plug

 

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Dominika Krygier

dominika.krygier@nek.lu.se

Research Fields: Financial markets, systemic risk, credit risk, financial stability

Job Market Paper:                                                                                          The systemic risk premium in the cross section of returns 

Website: http://dominikakrygier.weebly.com/

References:

Hans Byström

Hossein Asgharian

Anders Vilhelmsson

Anne-Marie Pålsson

 

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John Källström

john.kallstrom@nek.lu.se

Research Fields: Economics of science and innovation, Labor economics, Migration, Applied microeconomics.

Job Market Paper: The impact of immigration on scientists’ productivity: Evidence from a Swedish policy reform

Website: https://sites.google.com/view/johnkllstrm/

References:

Olof Ejermo

Kaveh Majlesi

Claudio Fassio

Martin Andersson

 

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Sara Moricz

sara.moricz@nek.lu.se

Skills: Data analysis, statistics, machine learning, programming, python, communication of results, visualizations

Job Market Paper: Using Artificial Intelligence to Recapture Norms: Did #metoo change gender norms in Sweden?

Website: https://www.linkedin.com/in/saramoricz/

References:

Fredrik Sjöholm

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