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Seminars

Labor and Finance Group Conference (2020)
IFN hosted the Labor and Finance Group conference on August 17th and 18th. Due to the pandemic, the conference was all digital. The Labor and Finance Group is an initiative to bring together academics…
The FAME Workshop (2020)
During the year the Firms, Labor Markets and Entrepreneurship (FAME) group at IFN has arranged two internal workshops. The purpose of these workshops are to bring together IFN researchers and affiliat…
Women in Investment Management visited IFN (2017)
KvinnoKapital, a network of women working with asset management, visited IFN and listened to presentations by two IFN researchers. Björn Hinnerich talked about the study "Gender Quotas in the Board Ro…
What if... the stock market disappears? (2016)
On the 23rd of November, the Knut Wicksell Center for Financial Studies, which IFN is a part of, hosted an open seminar on venture capital, IPOs, and the future of the public firm. The Keynote speaker…
The Economics of Corporate Ownership (2015)
Questions on the social welfare implications of different forms of firm ownership are often headline news these days. These questions are raised by recent global trends where fewer firms are listed on…
Who Should Control the Swedish Firms? (2014)
In the report “Vem ska styra de svenska företagen?” (English: “Who should govern Swedish Firms?”) presented on May 8, Associate Professor Ulf Jakobsson, previous director of IFN, and Dr. Daniel Wiberg…
The Decline and Fall of the Stock Market (2013)
Alexander Ljungqvist, Professor of Finance and Entrepreneurship at New York University's Stern School of Business and affiliated to IFN, opened a breakfast seminar entitled The Decline and Fall of the…