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Presentation at the Center for Migration Studies of New York
On November 9, Olle Hammar, Ph.D., and researcher at IFN and the Institute for Future Studies, will participate in the 2022 Hybrid Academic and Policy Symposium. The organizer is the Center for Migrat…
Publish date 11/9/2022
Will Joe Biden's proposed taxes on capital make America an outlier?
Research by Daniel Waldenström, IFN, och Spencer Bastani, IFAU and affiliated with IFN, is referred to in The Economist.
Publish date 5/1/2021
The ability gradient in tax responsiveness
Daniel Waldenström, IFN, and Spencer Bastani, IFAU and affiliated to IFN, write a column on the ability gradient in tax responsiveness in Vox EU.
Publish date 6/20/2022
Taxation Research Project
The IFN taxation research project aims to increase our knowledge about the role of taxes in the Swedish economy. Taxes are the main source of funding of investments in infrastructure and public welfar…
Income inequality during the Covid-19 pandemic
Daniel Waldenström, IFN, writes about income inequality in Vox EU.
Publish date 8/13/2021
The brave new world of Swedish education
Magnus Henrekson's and Johan Wennström's book Dumbing Down: The Crisis of Quality and Equity in a Once-Great Shool System – and How to Reverse the Trend, is reviewed in The Critic.
Publish date 4/18/2022