IFN promotes knowledge-based debate regarding enterprises as viewed from an economic perspective. IFN’s priority is making research accessible to people outside the scientific community. Solid research is always the basis for IFN activities. IFN primarily organizes academic seminars and other activities for researchers. On an annual basis the Institute also arranges a series of workshops open to the public. Topics for these workshops are derived from IFN research.
Academically oriented IFN seminars are usually held on Wednesdays at 10–11.15 a.m. At these events researchers from IFN and other institutions and universities present their recent research. Visitors are welcome!
Responsible for the seminar series: Niclas Berggren.
Brown bag seminars
Informal brown bag seminars are usually held on Mondays at 11:30 a.m. These seminars serve as an opportunity for IFN and visiting researchers to present ongoing research and test ideas and results.
A few times a year IFN organizes seminars open to the public. Topics are derived from IFN research. The audience is made up largely of senior decision makers, experts and opinion leaders.
IFN Stockholm Conference
IFN organizes an annual scientific conference on topics relating to the research programs of the institute. At this event, international scientists and IFN researchers attain inspiration for future research.
Conferences and Ph.D. Courses
Periodically Ph.D. courses are organized by the Research Institute of Industrial Economics. Such courses might also be orgainized in cooperation with other institutions. Also IFN hosts conferences. The annual IFN Stockholm Conference is described under it's own section. Other conferences can be found below.
Past Public Activities
IFN organizes seminars open to the public. Topics for these are derived from the IFN research. The audience is typically comprised of senior decision makers, experts, and opinion leaders in relevant disciplines.
Past Research Seminars
IFN's predecessor, IUI, was founded in 1939, and did not make much of its work public. However, starting in 2006, key activities have been documented on this website and can be found in the archive.