I am a professor of economics and program director for our MSc program in economics. My main research interests are applied microeconomics and behavioral economics. My recent work studies Swedish lottery winners in order to learn how wealth impacts attitudes, behavior and otucomes. Read more about my research on my personal web page. I am currently teaching undergraduate econometrics and behavioral economics at the PhD level. Apart from my research, I also enjoy writing about economics for a broader audience, primarily at the Swedish blog Ekonomistas.