Annika Lindskog

Senior Lecturer

Department of Economics
+46 31-786 41 54
Visiting address
Vasagatan 1, Hus E
41124 Göteborg
Room number
Postal address
Box 640
40530 Göteborg

About Annika Lindskog

My research interests are mainly in development economics, where I apply microeconomics and econometrics to understand behavior regarding e.g. health, education and fertility.

Here is my homepage.

Research areas

  • Development economic.
  • Health economics
  • Gender
  • Economic demography
  • Education economics
  • Behavioral economics

Research in progress

I currently work together with collegues in the project “Women’s health and welfare – inequality of opportunity, norms and possibilities for change” financed by the Ragnar Söderberg Foundation. We investigate, for example, impacts of cash transfer programs in India on girls schooling and early marriage, and reasons behind the persistence of female genital cutting in many African countries.

Teaching areas

  • Development economics
  • Health economics

Selected publications

To educate a woman and to educate a man: Gender-specific sexual behavior and human immunodeficiency virus responses to an education reform in Botswana. Lindskog, Annika & Durevall, Dick Health Economics, 2021.

Land certification and schooling in rural Ethiopia. Congdon Fors, H., K. Houngbedji & A. Lindskog. World Development, 115, 190-208, 2019.

Intimate partner violence and HIV in ten sub-Saharan African countries: what do the Demographic and Health Surveys tell us?
Durevall, Dick, Lindskog, Annika
The Lancet Global Health, 3:1, s. E34-E43, 2015

The effect of siblings' education on school-entry in the Ethiopian highlands
Lindskog, Annika
Economics of Education Review, 34, s. 45-68, 2013

Economic Inequality and HIV in Malawi
Durevall, Dick, Lindskog, Annika
World Development, 40:7, s. 1435-1451, 2012