We offer a 4-year programme in Business and Economics (joint with the Department of Business Administration), with courses both in Swedish and English. We also offer a 1-year Master Programme taught completely in English, as well as a number of single courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level given in English.
The research is focused on applied microeconomics with a particular focus on Health, Public, Labor and Behavioral Economics. Click Research to read more about our researchers, projects and publications.
Economics Seminars, spring 2017
19/1 Technological Changes: Impact on Jobs and Income Distribution - Professor Dominique Anxo (Linneaus University)
16/3 Free Movement of Labour and Brexit: Implications for National Sovereignty and Xenophobia in a “post-Brexit” Britain - Ph.D Martin O'Brien (University of Wollongong)
20/3 An analysis of lecture engagement patterns among first year business students - Ph.D Martin O'Brien (University of Wollongong), Room 12B257
20/4 A Benfit-Cost Analysis of an Individual Placement and Support program for Adolescents with Intellectual Disabilities - Ph.D Mattias Persson (Örebro University)
11/5 The inequality of equal mating - Professor Jo Thori Lind (University of Oslo)