I am a professor of economics at the Department of Economics and the Karl-Adam Bonnier Center for Governance at the House of Governance and Public Policy. My main research interests lie within applied microeconomics and behavioral economics. My recent work studies Swedish lottery winners in order to learn how wealth impacts attitudes, behavior and life outcomes. You can read more about my research on my personal web page.
I am currently teaching economics for executive MBA students, econometrics for BSc students and behavioral economics at the PhD level. I am also program director for our MSc program in economics.
Apart from research and teaching, I am engaged in various outreach activities. I have co-founded the Swedish blog Ekonomistas and I am a board member of the Swedish Economics Association. I am also a member of the Expert Group on Public Economics (ESO) and member of the scientific advisory board of the Swedish Consumer Protection Agency.