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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…
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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
Policy seminar : A new tax research program
Sweden is a country with high taxes and ambitus redistributes when it comes to politics. The importance of studying the role of taxes for economic activity is huge, and that is the reason for IFN crea…
Publish date 2/16/2023
Daniel Waldenström participates in Tylösand Summit
Daniel Waldenström, IFN, is one of the participants in this year's SNS Tylösand Summit: Economic policy in the covid world and beyond.
Publish date 8/20/2021
Daniel Waldenström interviewed on inequality
IFN researcher Daniel Waldenström is interviewed in French Polytechnique Insights on the much-debated topic of economic inequality.
Publish date 2/15/2022
"The Duncan Black Prize" goes to an affiliated researcher at IFN
Christian Bjørnskov, affiliated researcher at IFN, has been awarded "The Duncan Black Prize" for his article "Emergencyncies: on the misuse of government powers".
Publish date 3/17/2023
Das egalitäre «nordische Arbeitsmodell» ist Schwedens ganzer Stolz – aber wie tauglich ist es für eine digitale und globalisierte Zukunft?
Per Skedinger, IFN, is interviewed by Neue Zürcher Zeitung.
Publish date 11/17/2022
Presentation at Helsinki Graduate School of Economics
Joacim Tåg will present his paper ”JAQ of All Trades: Job Mismatch, Firm Productivity and Managerial Quality" at a seminar at the Helsinki Graduate School of Economics (GSE).
Publish date 3/29/2023