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 focuses on consumption dynamics, monetary policy, wage setting and inequality. Currently, Erik teaches Macroeconomics II (Ph.D. level) and is also head of Ph.D. admissions.
Keywords: inequality macroeconomics monetary economics
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