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Viktor Skyrman on bank taxation

09 September 2019
PhD candidate Viktor Skyrman published an opinion piece on bank taxation in Dagens Industri.

Vinnova-anslag till CGMS-projekt

12 December 2018

Institutional investors in Swedish corporate governance

26 September 2018

financialization in sweden 1900-2018

20 April 2018
CGMS Seminar: On Friday, 18 May, 13-15, Lars Ahnland of Stockholm University will present his work on financialization and de-financialization in Swedish economic history during the long 20th century.

Financialization in sweden

14 March 2018
CGMS Seminar: On Friday 23 March, 2018, 13.00-15.00, Markus Kallifatides will present and reflect upon recently completed research on financialization in Sweden, along with discussion of further research questions that need to be adressed.

Financialization and the New Swedish Model

29 January 2018
Claes Belfrage and Markus Kallifatides have published an article on financialization in Sweden in top journal Cambridge Journal of Economics.

The politicisation of macroprudential regulation: The critical Swedish case

15 January 2018
Claes Belfrage and Markus Kallifatides have published an article on macroprudential regulation in Sweden in top journal Environment and Planning A.

Markus Kallifatides on the topic of business and sustainability

10 January 2018

Sophie Nachemson-Ekwall on the topic of institutional investment

10 January 2018

Parternas bolag: ett diskussionsunderlag

06 December 2017
New book written by Stefan Einarsson and Markus Kallifatides.
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