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Research within the field of public economics at Stockholm University covers theoretical and empirical work on core issues such as taxation and the design of social insurance.

Several current projects leverage Swedish microdata in combination with exogenous variations induced by recent reforms, to estimate policy-relevant parameters. Together with theoretical models, these estimates contribute to the academic frontier and inform the policy debate.

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Johannes Haushofer

Professor

Department of Economics
Johannes Haushofer

Ann-Sofie Kolm

Professor

Department of Economics
Ann-Sofie Kolm

Michael Lundholm

Professor

Department of Economics
Michael Lundholm

Arash Nekoei

Forskare

Institute for International Economic Studies
Arash Nekoei

Sten Nyberg

Professor

Department of Economics
Sten Nyberg Professor

Mårten Palme

Professor i socialförsäkring

Department of Economics
Mårten Palme

Fredrik Paues

Graduate Student

Institute for International Economic Studies
Fredrik Paues

Mats Persson

Professor Emeritus

Institute for International Economic Studies
Mats Persson

Markus Peters

Graduate Student

Institute for International Economic Studies
Markus Peters

Per Pettersson Lidbom

Professor

Department of Economics
Per Pettersson Lidbom

Mikael Priks

Professor

Department of Economics
Mikael Priks

David Seim

Professor

Department of Economics
David Seim

Josef Sigurdsson

Assistant Professor

Department of Economics
Josef Sigurdsson

David Strömberg

Professor

Department of Economics
David Strömberg

Ferenc Szucs

Assistant Professor

Department of Economics
Ferenc Szucs

Peter Skogman Thoursie

Professor

Department of Economics
Peter Thoursie

Yanick Sebastian Tebbe

Graduate Student

Institute for International Economic Studies
Sebastian Tebbe

Anna Louise Tompsett

Assistant Professor

Institute for International Economic Studies
Anna Tompsett

Jonas Vlachos

Professor

Department of Economics
Jonas Vlachos