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Research on applied econometrics at Stockholm University develops novel statistical techniques to study causal effects in the social sciences.

Economists and social scientists more generally are interested in studying the consequences of economic policies. Studying those consequences requires special statistical techniques, an area of research which has made enormous progress over the past decades. Researchers at Stockholm University are experts in using those latest methodological advances and are contributing to developing new techniques. 

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Economics
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Researchers

Ingvild Almås

Professor

Institute for International Economic Studies
Photo: Nils S. Aasheim/Norges Bank

Jakob Elias Beuschlein

PhD student

Department of Economics
Jakob Beuschlein

Tessa Bold

Associate Professor

Institute for International Economic Studies
Tessa Bold. Photo: Viktoria Garvare Mahdessian/IIES

Monir Bounadi

Graduate Student

Institute for International Economic Studies
Monir Bounadi in Frescati

Konrad Burchardi

Associate Professor

Institute for International Economic Studies
Konrad Burchardi

Mitchell Downey

Assistant Professor

Institute for International Economic Studies
Mitch Downey

Laia Navarro-Sola

Assistant Professor

Institute for International Economic Studies
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Arash Nekoei

Forskare

Institute for International Economic Studies
Arash Nekoei

Peter Nilsson

Professor

Institute for International Economic Studies
Peter Nilsson

Fredrik Paues

Graduate Student

Institute for International Economic Studies
Fredrik Paues

Jonathan de Quidt

Assistant Professor

Institute for International Economic Studies
Jonathan de Quidt

David Schönholzer

Assistant Professor

Institute for International Economic Studies
David Schönholzer

Claire Thurwächter

Graduate student

Institute for International Economic Studies
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