Women in Power: Unpopular, unwilling or held back?
Sweden is considered one of the most gender equal countries but the question remains whether there are still challenges when it comes to gender equality in Sweden. We interviewed Pamela Campa (Assistant Professor at SITE) where she shares her reflections on why there are still few women in power in Sweden.
Highlights from Academic Conference 2019
On December 16 and 17, the Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics hosted the annual Academic Conference at the Stockholm School of Economics that brought together researchers and scholars in economics and political science from all over Europe and North America contributing to a better understanding of the political economy of Eastern Europe.
Highlights from Development Day conference 2019 - The State of Democracy in Eastern Europe
This year's edition of the annual Development Day conference were centred around the current political and business climate in the Eastern European region, throwing light on new developments in the past few years, strides towards and away from democracy, and the challenges as well as possible policy solutions emanating from those.
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.
Gender equality and economic development - highlights from SITE Development Day 2018
The Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE) with support from the Ministry for Foreign Affairs organised the annual SITE Development Day conference dedicated to discuss initiatives that can help create a more equal society and improve economic development.
SITE Research on Political Behavior in the Arab World
Why do citizens facing similar conditions – marginalization, exclusion, deteriorating public services, corrupt government, and inequality – rely on different behaviors to express political sentiments?
SITE research on top incomes from a gender perspective
In recent years the importance of top incomes has become apparent in the study of economic inequality. But one dimension that has not received attention in the top income literature is that of gender. In “Women in Top Incomes: Evidence from Sweden 1974–2013”, SITE Associate Professor Jesper Roine therefore takes a closer look at top incomes from a gender perspective together with Anne Boschini and Kristin Gunnarsson.
SITE Research on Whistleblower Rewards, False Reports & Corporate Fraud
Rewards for whistleblowers – is it an efficient way to detect crimes? Or will it lead to fraudulent reports, making law enforcement costlier and less effective in the end? These questions are at the centre of a heated debate, as US enforcement agencies have been increasingly relying on incentives for corporate whistleblowers, while their European counterparts appear weary of introducing them. SITE Professor Giancarlo Spagnolo, together with Paolo Buccirossi and Giovanni Immordino, try to shed some light on this debate by studying how an effective reward program can be designed.
Highlights and presentations from the SITE Academic conference 2017
On December 14-15th, 2017 SITE hosted its annual academic conference together with Association of Swedish Development Economists (ASWEDE).
SITE academic conference will host distinguished speakers
The Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE) and the Association of Swedish Development Economists (ASWEDE) has the pleasure to invite you to the SITE Academic conference "Public Sector Efficiency and Effectiveness: Implications for Developing and Transition Countries".