Granted funds and stipends for LUSEM researchers

Here you will find grants, stipends and other types of monetary funding, that has recently been approved and granted to researchers at LUSEM by major external funders.

Note that the list is not a 100 per cent comprehensive view of the current funded research. The list was first published 1 June 2021 and covers major funds from 19 May 2021 and onwards. It mainly covers granted funds where LUSEM researchers are the main applicants. The date indicated in the text, refers to when the information was published on this webpage, not when the announcement was made by the funder.

May 2022

Jan Wallanders och Tom Hedelius stiftelse
Tore Browaldhs stiftelse

Programmes

Anna Brattström, Innovation theatre in the entrepreneurship industry, 2 000 000 SEK

Erik Mohlin, New Methods and a New Data Set for Estimating and Comparing Models of Learning in Games, 2 000 000 SEK.

Reda Moursli, The rise of Zombie economies: The role of government subsidies, firm complexity and governance. 2 000 000 SEK

Roel van Veldhuizen, Cleanly Identifying Causal Mechanisms using Experiments with Applications to Gender Differences, 1 395 000 SEK.

Stephan Schaefer, Exploring Craft in Search of Alternative and Sustainable Forms of Organizing, 2 000 000 SEK.

Therese Nilsson, Preparing for the future, breaking with the past?, 2 000 000 SEK.

Thor Berger, Innovation and firm performance during industrialization, 2 000 000 SEK.

Thomas Fischer, The impact of work experience and fertility on gender income inequality – Policymaker options and limitations, 1 960 000 SEK.

Tommy Andersson, Market Design guided by Empirical Analysis, 2 000 000 SEK.

Ulf Gerdtham, Education and Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic , 2 000 000 SEK.

Browaldh’s Stipends

Niclas Andrén, 2 010 000 SEK (renewal of funding). And, also:

Niclas Andrén,  2 100 000 SEK.

Learn more on handelsbanken.se

Sparbanksstiftelsen Finn

25 000 0000 SEK to a new research centre. Learn more here

Crafoordstiftelsen

Ingrid Van Dijk, Long Live the Family: The Rise of Familial Health Advantages in Sweden 1813-2022, 1 800 000 SEK.

Mistra

Susanne Arvidsson, Pathways towards an efficient alignment of the financial system with the needs of biodiversity (BIOPATH), 50 000 000 SEK.

Vetenskapsrådet

Kathryn Gary. Equal in life and death? Living standard, inequality and mortality in Sweden 1600-1800. 4 340 000 SEK.

December 2021

Wallenberg Academy Fellows extension grant

Jutta Bolt, 8 800 000 SEK. Learn more on kaw.wallenberg.org

Formas

Finn Hedefalk, The long reach of the neighborhood. Health, education and earnings in Landskrona, Sweden, 1904–2015. 3 894 460 SEK.

Marianne och Marcus Wallenbergs stiftelse

Sylvia Schwaag Serger, International Science and Geopolitics. 5 900 000 SEK.

Jan Wallanders och Tom Hedelius stiftelse
Tore Browaldhs stiftelse

Hedelius’ stipends

Prakriti Thami, 241 000 SEK.

Research exchange and distribution (sharing)

Mats Olsson, 165 000 SEK.

Vinnova

Sylvia Schwaag Serger, Näringslivets internationella forsknings- och innovationssamarbeten – förstudie om eventuell verktygslåda, 500 000 SEK.

November 2021

Vetenskapsrådet

SwedPop – Svenska befolkningsdatabaser för forskning. National infrastructure SwedPop in which LUSEM is a partner through CED/SEDD. Umeå University is the administrating organisation. 29 234 000 SEK. Learn more

Björn Eriksson, Equal in life and death? Living standard, inequality and mortality in Sweden 1600–1800. 4 340 000 SEK

Finn Hedefalk, The long reach of the neighborhood. Health, education and earnings in Landskrona, Sweden, 1904–2015. 3 786 000 SEK.

Malin Nilsson, Spinning women revisited. Work and life before industrialization. 5 951 000 SEK.

Monica Müller, Managing organizations at night as a ”state of exception”. 3 904 000 SEK

Riksbankens Jubileumsfond

Ingrid van Dijk, An age-old advantage? Healthy aging in two centuries of Swedish and Dutch long-lived families (1813-2021). 4 005 000 SEK.

October 2021

Vinnova

Sylvia Schwaag Serger, Governing resilience and transformation – GReaTr. 5 475 000 SEK.

Forte

Programmes

Olof Ejermo, Kvinnor inom vetenskap och teknik: karriärhinder och kostnader för barn. 14 700 000 SEK.

Projects

Anna Häger Glenngård, Inga enkla lösningar på komplexa problem – Styrning och ledning samt förutsättningar och hinder för samverkan och implementering av multidisciplinära vårdteam för äldre med omfattande behov. 5 956 000 SEK.

May 2021

Jan Wallanders och Tom Hedelius stiftelse
Tore Browaldhs stiftelse

Programmes

Erik Green, The legacy of colonialism: Poverty and inequality among the indigenous Khoesan people at the Cape, 1 945 000 SEK.

Faustine Perrin, Gender Equality on the Road to Modernity. France and Sweden in a Long-run Comparative Perspective, 2 003 000 SEK.

Finn Hedefalk, The long reach of the neighborhood: Health, education and earnings in Landskrona, Sweden, 1904-2015, 2 020 000 SEK.

Jens Rennstam, City branding for big business, 2 400 000 SEK.

Jonas Helgertz, Migration policy, migrant selection and labor market outcomes in Sweden and Denmark, 1986-2017, 2 003 000 SEK.

Martin Andersson, Resilience to Economic Shrinking: The Role of Autonomous Financial Systems, 1 725 000 SEK.

Peter Svensson, Brott och moral i affärskulturen: En studie av konstruktioner av ekonomiska brott i rättegångsförhandlingar, 2 400 000 SEK.

Thor Berger, Intergenerational mobility in Sweden before and after the welfare state, 1 500 000 SEK.

Browaldh’s Stipends

Joakim Gullstrand, 3 550 000 SEK.

Research exchange and distribution (sharing)

Andreas Bergh, Läromedelsutveckling för gymnasieskolan, 150 000 SEK.

Learn more on handelsbanken.se

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Last published: 2022-06-10