I am the Jacob Wallenberg professor of economics and am also head of the Economics Department. My research focuses on imperfectly competitive markets (Industrial Organization) with an emphasis on investigating responses by firms to uncertainty and various risks, in particular exchange rate risk, see here for publications.
My book "Managing Risk and Uncertainty" was just published by MIT Press. It targets master students, MBAs or advanced bachelor level students in courses on risk management. Such courses typically rely on text books where the focus is squarely on financial means to deal with risk. To cover broader aspects of risk management teachers rely on case studies and professional lore. By synthesizing insights from several different fields the book aims to be a useful complement to a textbook in finance. It aims to be engaging and useful also to decision makers in firms. More information on the book is available here.
I teach Microeconomics at the undergraduate level and Industrial Organization at the PhD level.
Some representative publications:
"In which currency should exporters set their prices?", 1998, Journal of International Economics 45, 59-76
"The law of one price in Scandinavian duty-free stores", 2001, American Economic Review 91, 1072-1083 with M. Asplund.
"Exchange rate exposure in differentiated product industries: A simulation approach", 2007, Journal of Finance LXIIM, 2475-2502, with M. Ganslandt.
"The currency denomination of exports - A questionnaire study", 2008, Journal of International Economics 75, 54-69, with F. Wilander.
"Divestiture Requirements as a Tool for Competition Policy: A Case from the Swedish Beer Market", 2015, International Journal of Industrial Organization 42, 1-18, with André Romahn.
"Three approaches to risk management— and how and why Swedish companies use them”, 2016, Journal of Applied Corporate Finance 28, 86-95 with N. Amberg.
"The contribution of firm-level shocks to aggregate fluctuations: The case of Sweden." 2016, Economics Letters 147, 8-11 with M. Sanctuary