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Cultures of Trust and Institutions of Freedom
This project entails two interrelated core themes: Can institutions embodying economic freedom, contrary to the skepticism of some, contribute to fairness, trust, equality and responsibility; and can…
The Economics of Entrepreneurship
In the acclaimed book The Resilient Society: Economics After Covid, the author, Princeton Professor Markus Brunnermeier, describes how the experiences from the covid-pandemic have highlighted the valu…
Integrating Immigrants into the Nordic Labour Markets – The impact of ghe COVID 19-pandemic
Per Skedinger, IFN, is one of the authors of a new report commissioned by the Nordic Council of Ministers/ Nordregio.
Publish date 10/20/2021
The matching between workers and jobs explains productivity differentials across firms
Joacim Tåg, IFN, and Luca Coraggio, University of Naples Federico II, Marco Pagano, University of Naples Federico II, CEPR, and affiliated with IFN, and Annalisa Scognamiglio, University of Naples Fed…
Publish date 5/9/2022
Niklas Wykman Minister for Financial Markets
Niklas Wykman, Ph.D. student at Örebro University and affiliated with IFN, has been appointed Minister for Financial Markets in the new government.
Publish date 10/18/2022
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