Awards for best doctoral theses

The Research Education Council at LUSEM annually awards the best doctoral thesis of the year.

2018

Jörgen Kratz, Department of Economics
Essays on Matching

2017

Anna Tegunimataka, Department of Economic History
Trajectories of Integration: Naturalization, Intermarriage and Education in Denmark, 1980–2015

2016

Milda Norkute, Department of Economics
A Factor Analytical Approach to Dynamic Panel Data Models

2015

Björn Eriksson, Department of Economic History
Dynamic Decades: A micro perspective on late nineteenth century Sweden

2014

Albin Erlanson, Department of Economics
Essays on Mechanism Design

2013

Luciana Quaranta, Department of Economic History
Scarred for Life. How conditions in early life affect socioeconomic status, reproduction and mortality in Southern Sweden, 1813-1968

2012

Elin Smith, Department of Business Administration
Corporate governance and entrepreneurship at the organisational level in a frame of property rights

2011

Alexander Reffgen, Department of Economics
Essays on Strategy-proof Social Choice

Last published: 2019-09-12