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Erik Lundin presents at The IAEE North American Virtual Conference
Erik Lundin presents his study "Geographic Price Dispersion and Allocation of Wind Power: Evidence from a Swedish Electricity Market Splitting Reform", at The 38th Annual IAEE North American Virtual C…
Publish date 11/1/2021
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Digitalization and Productivity Development in Industries
This project is a research collaboration between Ericsson AB and IFN. In recent years the mass adoption of digital services by industries has emerged as an important factor to spur economic developm…
Sweden's Successful Financin of a Strong Welfare System: A Model for Other Countries?
Mårten Blix, IFN, presents his and Henrik Jordahl's book Privatizing Welfare Services –Lessons from the Swedish Experiment at the Independent Evaluation Office of the IMF.
Publish date 12/14/2021
The pandemic and its implications on trust
Sweden has one of the highest trust levels in the world. At a recent policy seminar, research on how the pandemic has affected trust levels in Sweden was presented.
Publish date 2/22/2022
Behavioral Responses to Health Risks and Policies during Epidemics
The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted shortcomings of standard epidemiological models in accurately predicting the spread of the virus. This, in turn, undermined the ability to conduct reliable policy ana…