SITE Academic conference highlights
On December 17-18th, SITE hosted its annual Academic Conference that brought together international scholars to discuss and showcase what current research tells us about the existing forms of gender inequality worldwide, their causes, and their consequences.
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Seminar: Centenary of Latvian Independence and Foreign Policy
SITE has the pleasure to invite you to a presentation on Wednesday December 12, by Professor Andris Spruds, Director of the Latvian Institute of International Affairs.
Seminar: Making the Global Financial System Work for All
The Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE) and the Stockholm Sustainable Finance Centre (SSFC) have the pleasure to invite you to a presentation of the report Making the Global Financial System Work for All on Friday December 14 by Erik Berglöf, London School of Economics and Political Science (former EBRD Chief Economist), and with comments by Karolina Ekholm, Deputy Minister of Finance, and Magnus Lennartsson, Deputy Director General, Global Agenda Department, Ministry for Foreign Affairs.
1.8 MSEK grant for the research project ”The Donor Footprint: Placement and Impact of Aid Projects”
SITE researchers Anders Olofsgård and Maria Perrotta Berlin won 1.8 MSEK from Vetenskapsrådet for research on the community-level impact of foreign aid-financed interventions.
SITE Academic Conference
This year’s SITE Academic Conference – Gender in Economics: From Survival to Career Opportunities, brings together leading international scholars to discuss what current research tells us about the existing forms of gender inequality worldwide, their causes, and their consequences.
SITE Policy Brief on Energy Demand Management
How can we encourage consumers to buy more energy efficient cars, houses or appliances? New policy brief by Chloé Le Coq, Associate Professor at SITE, and Rebecca Ly, Research Assistant at SITE, discusses how efficiency of consumer decisions can be improved by changing governmental regulation and market incentives.
SITE Energy Talks – Highlights and Presentations
This year’s SITE Energy Talks – Energy Demand Management: Insights from Behavioral Economics, was devoted to discussing how consumers make energy efficiency decisions and what incentives can be used to change consumer behaviour.
Jesper Roine appointed Adjunct Professor of Economics
Congratulations to SITE Deputy Director Jesper Roine, who has been appointed as Adjunct Professor of Economics, especially the Economics of Inequality, at the Department of Economics at SSE from Oct 2018 to Sept 2020.
Seminar on Energy Demand Management
Which factors are salient in consumers’ decisions? And how do these factors change by consumer group and product type? Join SITE Energy Talks 2018 – Energy Demand Management: Insights from Behavioral Economics on October 16 to learn more!