lu.se

Nationalekonomiska institutionen

Ekonomihögskolan vid Lunds universitet

Disputerande 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: http://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
 

CV

 

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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