Placements of IIES Graduate Students

Upon graduation, IIES’s students go on to tenure-track jobs at universities worldwide or positions in government and other organizations.

Here you can find information on where our graduate students have accepted job offers after the completion of their graduate studies at the IIES.

2022

Mattias Almgren - National Institute of Economic Research (NIER), Sweden
José-Élías Gallegos - Banco de España (Central Bank of Spain)
John Kramer - University of Copenhagen
Xueping Sun - Stanford Graduate School of Business (1-year postdoc)

2021

Divya Dev - Storytel

2020

Richard Foltyn – University of Glasgow
Selene Ghisolfi – Bocconi University
Markus Karlman – NHH Norwegian School of Economics
Karin Kinnerud – BI Norwegian Business School
Kasper Kragh-Sørensen – University of Oslo
Benedetta Lerva – Monash University
Has Van Vlokhoven - Tilburg University (after a 1-year postdoc at Columbia Business School)

2019

Serena Cocciolo – World Bank (Washington D.C.) 
Saman Darougheh – Danmarks Nationalbank (Central Bank of Denmark)
Jaakko Meriläinen – Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM) 
Matti Mitrunen – University of Helsinki (after a 1-year postdoc at University of Chicago)
Jonna Olsson – University of Amsterdam
Jósef Sigurdsson – Bocconi University 

2018

Sirus Håfström Dehdari – Uppsala University
Karl Harmenberg – Copenhagen Business School
Mathias Iwanowsky – Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Matilda Kilström – Stockholm School of Economics

2017 

Nathaniel Lane – Monash University (after a 1-year postdoc at MIT)
Hannes Malmberg – University of Minnesota (after a 1-year postdoc at Stanford University) 
Erik Prawitz – Research Institute of Industrial Economics (IFN)
Erik Öberg – Uppsala University

2016

Niels-Jakob Harbo Hansen – The International Monetary Fund (IMF)
Audinga Baltrunaite – Bank of Italy 
Mounir Karadja – Uppsala University 
Shuhei Kitamura – University of Rochester 
Miri Stryjan – Ben Gurion University of the Negev 

2015 

Thorsten Rogall – University of British Columbia 

2014 

Alex Schmitt – Ifo Institute, Ifo Center for Energy, Climate and Exhaustible Resources 

2013 

Pamela Campa – University of Calgary 
Christina Håkanson – Sveriges Riksbank (Bank of Sweden) 
Ruixue Jia – UCSD School of International Relations 
Ettore Panetti – University of Sassari 
David Seim – University of Toronto 
Abdulaziz Shifa – Syracuse University 
Bei Qin – University of Hong Kong, School of Economics and Finance 

2012 

Johan Gars – Beijer Institute 
Jinfeng Ge – Fudan University 
Daniel Spiro – University of Oslo 

2011 

David von Below – University of Oxford 
Andreas Mueller – Columbia Business School 
Dario Caldara – Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System 
Michael Song – University of Chicago, Booth School of Business 

2010 

Maria Perrotta – Stockholm School of Economics, SITE 
Jan Klingelhöfer – European University Institute in Florence, Italy 
Erik Meyersson – Stockholm School of Economics, SITE 
David Yanagizawa Drott – Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government 
Olle Folke – Columbia University, School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA)

2009 

Anders Fredriksson – Namur University, FUNDP 

2008 

Erika Färnstrand Damsgaard – Research Institute of Industrial Economics 
Martin Bech Holte – McKinsey & Company 
Gisela Waisman – Stockholm University, Department of Economics 

2007 

Daria Finocchiaro – Sveriges Riksbank (Bank of Sweden) 
Virginia Queijo von Heideken – Sveriges Riksbank (Bank of Sweden) 
Mirco Tonin – University of Southampton, School of Social Sciences 
Jose Mauricio Prado, Jr. – IMT Lucca 
Anna Larsson – Stockholm University, Department of Economics 

2006 

Martina Björkman – Bocconi University, IGIER 
Giovanni Favara – University of Lausanne 

2005 

Thomas Eisensee – Ministry of Finance, Sweden 
Natalie Pienaar – National Treasury, South Africa 
Alessandra Bonfiglioli – Institut d'Anàlisi Econòmica, Campus UAB 
Mathias Herzing – Stockholm University, Department of Economics 
Ulrika Stavlöt – Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies (SIEPS)

2004 

Conny Olovsson – Stockholm School of Economics 
Emmanuel Kohlscheen – University of Warwick 

2003 

Bård Harstad – Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management 
Gino A. Gancia – CREI 

2002 

Charlotta Groth – Bank of England 
Åsa Johansson – OECD, Economics Department 

2001 

Anders Olofsgård – Georgetown University, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service 
David Vestin – European Central Bank 

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