2018 – Present Ph.D. in Economics, Dept. of Economics, Uppsala Uni.
2016 – 2017 Visiting Scholar, Center of Labor Economics, UC Berkeley
2014 – 2018 Ph.D. studies in Economics, Dept. of Economics, Stockholm Uni.
2012 – 2014 M.Sc. in Economics, Dept. of Economics, Stockholm Uni.
2009 – 2012 B.Sc. in Economics, Dept. of Economics, Stockholm Uni.
2009 – 2012 B.Sc. in Political Science, Dept. of Political Science, Stockholm Uni.
Spring 2018 Teaching Assistant, Econometrics II (graduate)
Spring 2016 Teaching Assistant, Empirical Methods in Economics II
Fall 2015 Teaching Assistant, Empirical Methods in Economics II
Fall 2015 Teaching Assistant, Intermediate Microeconomics
Spring 2014 Teaching Assistant, Empirical Methods in Economics I
Fall 2013 Teaching Assistant, Macroeconomics I
Spring 2013 Teaching Assistant, Macroeconomics I
Research grants & Scholarships
2015 Tom Hedelius Scholarship for full time studies abroad
2014 The Ljungberg Scholarship from Erik Johan Ljungbergs education fund
2010 Erasmus Scholarship for exchange students (declined)
Scandinavian Journal of Economics
2018 Uppsala University, Research Institute for Industrial Economics (IFN), IFAU
2017 Stockholm University MicroWave ;
2016 Stockholm University BrownBag ; Barcelona Graduate School of Economics; Institute for Research on Labor and Employment at UC Berkeley
Relevant Work Experience
2016 Research Assistant within the project “On the Accumulation of
‘ Wealth: The Role of Inheritance”, Stockholm University
‘ (led by Prof. David Seim and Porf. Arash Nekoei)
2014 Research Assistant within the project “Does a declining sequence of UI
‘ replacement rates affect to hazard to employment“, IFAU
‘ (led by Porf. Peter Fredriksson)
Computer skills : Stata (advanced), (proficient), (proficient), MatLab (basic)
Language skills : Swedish (native), English (fluent)
MOOC’s : Machine Learning by Stanford Univeristy
Available upon request
* Course evaluations are available upon request.