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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…
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
Returning to the Classical View of Knowledge: An Interview with Johan Wennström
Johan Wennström, IFN, is interviewed by The European Conservative on his and co-author Magnus Henrekson's book Dumbing Down.
Publish date 8/6/2022
"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
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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