Go to main navigation Navigation menu Skip navigation Home page Search

New faculty and staff at SITE

The Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE) continues to expand - adding five new members to our great research team. Despite the current circumstances, it is our pleasure to welcome the new members at SITE.

A warm welcome to our newest members

SITE welcomes the five new members - Anna-Maria Svahn, Jonathan Lehne, Julius Andersson, Maiting Zhuang, and Svante Strömberg. With the combined teamwork together with the new members, we hope to discover and learn more about economic, political and legal institutions and how to change them.

About the new members:

Profile picture of Anna-Maria Svahn
Anna-Maria Svahn, Event & Office Manager, SITE
Former admissions coordinator for the Bachelor programs and for the Global Challenges courses here at SSE. Anna-Maria has a background within administration and service. She also has a BSc in art history.

Jonathan Lehne, Assistant Professor, SITE

Former Phd student in economics at the Paris School of Economics. His research interest are in development economics, political economy, economic history and applied econometrics. Learn more about Jonathan Lehne here.

Julius Andersson, Researcher, SITE

Former Phd candidate at London School of Economics. His research interest are in Environmental Economics, Public Economics, and Political Economy. Learn more about Julius Andersson here.

Maiting Zhuang, Assistant Professor, SITE

Former Phd candidate in economics at the Paris School of Economics. Her research interests are in Political Economy, Development Economics, Economics of Media. Learn more about Maiting Zhuang here.

Svante Strömberg, Research Assistant, SITE

Svante holds a M.Sc in Economics from the Stockholm University. His research interests include political economy, economics of discrimination and development economics.

This website uses cookies. By using this website you are agreeing to our use of cookies and to the terms and conditions listed in our data protection policy. Read more