The Research Institute of Industrial Economics obtains about 30 percent of its financing from the principal, the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise.
Moreover, research funding is also obtained from:
The trade association Almega contributes with financing of research on the service sector at the institute.
Catarina and Sven Hagströmer's Foundation
The financing is directed towards research on the specific matters which may occur in the interface between private and public production and the financing of core services in the fields of welfare and education.
From Welfare State to Welfare Society
IFN and SNS have started a joint project to study how the Swedish system for the production of welfare services can be improved. The financiers are currently AFA Försäkring, Attendo, Axcel, Bräcke Diakoni, Diaverum, IK Investment Partners, Investor, Katrineholms kommun, Nordic Healthcare Group, Praktikertjänst, SKL, Stockholms läns landsting, Sven och Dagmar Saléns stiftelse, Svensk Försäkring, Tillväxtverket, Täby kommun, Valedo Partners and VINNOVA.
The overall purpose is to promote scientific research and other initiatives of the financial markets in Finland, Denmark and Sweden and in the future also other financial markets covered by the NASDAQ OMX corporate group’s activities, providing impetus for increased competence and competitiveness for these financial markets.
The Swedish Competition Authority promotes research on competition issues, mainly within the areas of economics and law, with support from the Council for Competition Research.
The Swedish Energy Agency operates in various sectors of society to create conditions for an efficient and sustainable energy use and a cost-effective Swedish energy supply.
The Swedish Research Council is an authority that develops and finances basic research and information about research of the highest quality in all scientific areas.
Taxes and Entrepreneurship
The purpose of the project is to study the effects of corporate taxation and taxation of stock holdings on firm behavior, ownership structure and business performance. The financiers are Mellby Gård AB, L E Lundbergföretagen AB, Carl Bennet AB, Mexab Holding AB and Stena AB.
The foundation is an independent foundation with the aim of promoting and supporting scientific research.
The goal of the foundation is to support research within the social sciences, mainly in economic history, economic geography, business administration, economics and econometrics.
The Karl-Adam Bonnier Foundation
The aim of this project is to study how the single company or the entrepreneur is affected by the jurisdiction (taxes, regulations etc.). The main focus is on business economics and legal aspects of enterprise and entrepreneurship.
The purpose of the foundation is to support care and fostering of children, support education and learning and support scientific research.
The purpose of the foundation is to support scientific education or research, to support Swedish youth education, and to support care of needy elderly, sick or disabled Swedish citizens.
The aim of the Ragnar Söderberg Foundation is to promote scientific research and scientific education or educational work, especially in the areas of economics, medicine and legal sciences.
The Swedish Retail and Wholesale Development Council is one of Sweden’s largest financiers of research in the area of wholesale and retail. The main purpose it to develop and strengthening the academic retail and wholesale research. The aim is also to increase the knowledge of wholesale and retail, for the benefit of companies, employees, customers and society.
The aim of the Torsten Söderberg Foundation is to promote scientific research and scientific education or educational work, especially in the areas of economics, medicine and legal sciences.
VINNOVA, Swedish Governmental Agency for Innovation Systems, is Sweden’s innovation agency. Their aim is to increase the competitiveness of Swedish researchers and companies.