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.

  • 2016 Third CEPR European Workshop on Entrepreneurship Economics

  • 2015 The IFN-KWC (Lund) Graduate Course

    Industrial Organization and Corporate Finance: Theory, Policy and Empirics (7.5 ETCS). Lecturers: Professor Lars Persson and Ph.D. Martin Olsson, IFN

  • 2013 The IFN-KWC (Lund) Graduate Course

    Industrial Organization and Corporate Finance: Theory and Practice (4 ETCS).

  • 2012 Ph.D. course: Empirical Methods in Applied Microeconomics

    The Research Institute of Industrial Economics (IFN) in Stockholm cordially invites graduate students to the PhD course Empirical Methods in Applied Microeconomics.

  • 2010 Ph.D. course: Empirical Methods in Industrial Organization and Energy Economics

    The Research Institute of Industrial Economics (IFN) in Stockholm cordially invites graduate students enrolled in academic institutions in the Nordic countries to the PhD course Empirical Methods in Industrial Organization and Energy Economics. These lectures present quantitative techniques used in empirical work in Industrial Organization and Energy Economics. The course will be given as an intensive course June 14-17, 2010.  

  • 2010 Paul Oyer, Stanford University

    Paul Oyer is a Professor of Economics at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He teaches the core Human Resources Management class in the MBA program, as well as a PhD class in Personnel Economics. He studies the economics of organizations and human resource practices. Paul Oyer's recent work has looked at the use of broad-based stock option plans, how firms use non-cash benefits, and how firms respond to limits on their ability to displace workers. Oyer’s current projects…

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