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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
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Income inequality during the Covid-19 pandemic
Daniel Waldenström, IFN, writes about income inequality in Vox EU.
Publish date 8/13/2021
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…