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Funding of research about genetic influence on the economy

2016-04-04


David Cesarini, IFN and New York University, has been awarded over SEK 6 million from the Ragnar Söderberg Foundation to study how millions of genetic markers related to various economic and social behaviors and attitudes. Sven Oskarsson, Uppsala University, is coapplicant. Studies led by the two researchers have begun to identify genetic associations with behavioral outcomes such as educational attainment, personality and subjective well-being.

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