SITE Policy Brief on Regulatory Developments in EU Telecommunications
What are the key changes proposed by the European Commission to its existing regulatory framework for telecommunications? New policy brief by Mark Bernard, Researcher at SITE, highlights and briefly discusses some key changes in that regard.
A pioneer Russian publishing company at 25
This Spring, historians from all over the world have participated in, or sent their congratulations to, the 25th Anniversary conference of the AIRO-XXI publishing company. Lennart Samuelson, Affiliated Researcher at SITE, is one of them.
Ina Ganguli wins Russian National Award in Applied Economics
Ina Ganguli, Assistant Professor at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and SITE Affiliated Researcher, is the winner of this year’s Russian National Award in Applied Economics.
Anders Åslund in the Washington Post
“It’s time to go after Vladimir Putin’s money in the West”
Save the date! 9th N.G.O. workshop, June 19-20
SITE and the N.G.O. network jointly organize this year’s edition of the annual N.G.O. workshop on June 19-20. The workshop will focus on the organizational and contractual aspects of the provision of public goods and services by organizations that are neither purely for-profit nor public-sector.
Torbjörn Becker on Morgonstudion
How will the Russian economy develop under Putin's next term? Torbjörn Becker, Director of SITE, provides insights on Morgonstudion.
Swedish and Finnish experts discuss Russia’s economic and political development
On Thursday March 15, SITE organised a seminar together with the Embassy of Finland on the state of Russia ahead of the election. Finnish and Swedish experts on Russia were gathered to discuss how the presidential election will impact economic and political development in Russia.
SITE Director on the Russian Economy in Svenska Dagbladet
Torbjörn Becker has contributed an article in Swedish on the Russian economy in Svenska Dagbladets blogg ‘Säkerhetsrådet’.
SITE Policy Brief on the Russian Economy under Putin (so far)
Russians are heading to the polling booths on March 18, but where will the economy head after Putin gets elected president again?
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.