Erik Lundin's main fields of interest is empirical industrial organization, especially energy economics and electricity restructuring. His current research focuses on (i) market power in electricity markets, (ii) regulation of network industries, and (iii) the transition towards a green electricity market.
Empirical Essays on Strategic Behavior in the Electricity and Water Sectors, Academic dissertation for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Stockholm School of Economics, June 2016
Market Power and Joint Ownership: Evidence from Nuclear Plants in Sweden (Job Market Paper), IFN WP 1113, April 2016
Effects of Privatization on Price and Labor Efficiency: The Swedish Electricity Distribution Sector, IFN WP 1139, November 2016
Strategic Interaction vs. Regulatory Compliance among Regulated Utilities: The Swedish Water Sector, IFN WP 998, December 2013
Vad händer om kärnkraften läggs ner? (with Thomas Tangerås), Kvartal.se, March 18, 2016
Vi kan stänga två kärnkraftsreaktorer (with Thomas Tangerås), Expressen Debatt, July 15, 2014