Erik defended his doctoral thesis at the Institute for International Economic Studies, Stockholm University, in 2017. He does research in macroeconomics, broadly defined. His current research includes theoretical investigations of money and monetary policy, a quantitative assessment of the effect of unemployment risk on consumption expenditures and an empirical investigation of gender differences in top income mobility.
Keywords: macroeconomics monetary economics
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