University of Gothenburg

Researchers in labor and applied microeconomics

Labor economics is a growing field at the University of Gothenburg, with a number of international hires in the last five years.

Dr. Sanna Bergvall
(Lund University, 2020)
Labour Economics, Education Economics, Gender Economics

Dr. Anna Bindler
(University College London, 2015)
Labour Economics, Economics of Crime, Law and Economics

Dr. Li Chen
(University of Brussels, 2016)
Market Design, Applied Microeconomics, School Choice

Dr. Andreas Dzemski
(University of Mannheim, 2015)
Statistical Methods, Networks

Prof. Randi Hjalmarsson
(Yale University, 2005)
Economics of Crime, Discrimination, Empirical Legal Studies

Dr. Gustav Kjellsson
(Lund University, 2014)
Health Economics, Health Inequality
Measurement, Policy Evaluation

Prof. Mikael Lindahl
(Stockholm University, 2000)
Economics of Education, Intergenerational Mobility

Dr. Andreea Mitrut
(University of Gothenburg, 2008)
Economics of Education, Health Economics, Economics of the Family

Dr. Elisabet Olme
(Stockholm University, 2019)
Economics of education, Labor Economics, Applied Microeconomics

Dr. Ariel Pihl
(University of California, Davis, 2017)
Labor Economics, Health Economics, Policy Evaluation

Prof. Aico Van Vuuren
(VU University, 2002)
Applied Econometrics, Search, Economics of the Housing Market

Dr. Yun Xiao
(University of Amsterdam, 2022)
Labor Economics, Development Economics, Economics of the Family

Current 3rd-5th Year PhD Students (Primary Supervisors in Labor/Applied Micro Group) 

Andrea Berggren

Anh Vu Tran

Ronja Helénsdotter

Tim Bayer

Vorada Limjaroenrat