Short CV/Education and training

  • Since 2017
    Postdoctoral Researcher, Swedish Institute for Social Studies (SOFI), Stockholm University

  • 2014 – 2017
    Postdoctoral Researcher, Institute for International Economic Studies (IIES), Stockholm University

  • 2009 – 2014
    Ph.D., Economics, Stockholm School of Economics (received award for best dissertation)

  • 2004 – 2009
    M.Sc., Economics and Business, Stockholm School of Economics (graduated top of cohort)

Selected publications

  • “Competing Identities: A Field Study of In-Group Bias Among Professional Evaluators”. Accepted for publication in the Economic Journal. doi: 10.1111/ecoj.12513.

  • “Is There an Omission Effect in Prosocial Behavior?” (2017) PLOS ONE 12(3). (with M. Gärtner)

  • “The Importance of Family Background and Neighborhood Effects as Determinants of Crime” (2016) Journal of Population Economics, 29(1): 219-262. (with K. Hederos, R. Hjalmarsson and M. Lindquist)

  • “Gender Differences in Initiation of Negotiation: Does the Gender of the Negotiation Counterpart Matter?” (2012) Negotiation Journal, 28(4): 407 428. (with K. Hederos )



Complete list of publications

Selected projects

  • Junior research grant from The Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (FORTE). Project: “Determinants of economic gender gaps: New perspectives”, 2017 – 2020

  • Research grant from The Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsrådet). Project: “Determinants of economic gender gaps: New perspectives”. Coinvestigators: Anna Dreber Almenberg, Karin Hederos, Eva Ranehill, 2017 – 2020

  • Research grant from The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Project: “The impact of minority status on educational and labor market outcomes”. Coinvestigator: Eva Ranehill, 2016 – 2017

  • Research grant from the Torsten Söderberg Foundation. Project: “The impact of minority status on educational and labor market outcomes”. Coinvestigator: Eva Ranehill, 2016 – 2017

Media coverage

  • 2017-06-16

    Appearance on Swedish morning television, talking about gender differences in negotiation behavior: http://tv.aftonbladet.se/abtv/articles/2 19352

Soft Skills/Other activities and achievements

Other activities and achievements/family

  • Spring 2017

    Lecturer in Introductory Labor Economics (undergraduate), Stockholm University

  • Spring 2016

    Lecturer in Behavioral Economics (Ph.D. program), Stockholm University

  • Fall 2012

    Teaching Assistant in Microeconomics (undergraduate), Stockholm School of Economics

  • Spring 2011

    Teaching Assistant in Behavioral Economics (master’s program), Stockholm School of Economics

  • REFEREE FOR: Quarterly Journal of Economics, Management Science (x4), Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization (x2), Labour Economics, Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, Nature Human Behaviour, Journal of Economic Psychology (x2), Journal of Behavioral & Experimental Economics, Applied Economics

  • 2011-2012

    Co-founder and board member of the Female Economist Network of Stockholm and Uppsala (FENSU)


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