Regarding the invasion of Ukraine
The IIES is a research institute at Stockholm University. Founded in 1962, it has become one of the leading institutions in Europe in advanced research in economics.
The proportion of local politicians with weak ties to the labor market and to the nuclear family is higher among populist, radical-right Sweden Democrats and their voters than among other parties in Sweden.
“What is a Good School, and Can Parents Tell? Evidence on the Multidimensionality of School Output” accepted for publication in top 5 economics journal The Review of Economic Studies.
Research looking at smallholder maize farmers in Uganda suggests that improving smallholders’ access to markets where high-quality crops is rewarded and more generally linking farmers to value chains has large potential.
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The education of future researchers is a key objective of the IIES. Here you can read more about Graduate Studies at the IIES as well as the PhD program at Stockholm University.
The economics program at Stockholm University is broadly considered to be one of the very best in Europe.
Meet IIES Graduate Student Stefan Hinkelmann
Upon graduation, IIES’s students go on to tenure-track jobs at universities worldwide or positions in government and other organizations.
This year the IIES accepted no less than ten new graduate students. Learn more about them and their research here.
Ciaran Rogers will spend the academic year 2022/2023 at the IIES, funded by the Center for Monetary Policy and Financial Stability (CeMoF) at Stockholm University.
Listen to four researchers' personal thoughts on the importance of communicating their research to a wider audience.
Recent research to be published in the Review of Economic Studies, shows that Sweden Democrat local politicians to a large extent come from marginalized groups in society.
Title: Data Science for Justice: Evidence from a Randomized Judicial Reform in Kenya
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August 27-28, 2022
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On 28 August 2020 we were reached by the sad news that Professor Assar Lindbeck had passed away
The Corona pandemic has changed the world as we know it. At the IIES several researchers are working intensively on understanding the virus, and its effects on society.
CeMoF is a collaboration between the IIES, Stockholm Business School (SBS) and the Department of Economics (ECON).