Economic Sciences

The Ragnar Söderberg Project in Economic Sciences is awarded to support small innovative research environments with 3–5 researchers that are cooperating in a collaborative project.

The call in economic sciences will not be lanched 2019.

Ragnar Söderberg Project in Economic Sciences

Call for proposals 

This call is addressed to junior researchers with a PhD that have innovative ideas, proven scientific excellence and high ambitions to develop economic sciences. The Ragnar Söderberg Foundation intends to fund small innovative research environments and is therefore announcing grants for 3–5 researchers that are cooperating in a collaborative project. The principal investigator should have a PhD in Economics, but additional team members may come from other disciplines. The researchers can be active at the same or at different universities. The project should not be an extension of a previous project.

Time table

  • June The call for proposals is announced
  • November The call opens for applications
  • December Application deadline
  • March Notified candidates interviewed in Stockholm
  • March The Ragnar Söderberg Projects in Economic Sciences presented
  • April Celebration event for the Ragnar Söderberg Projects in Economic Sciences in Stockholm

2018

University of Gothenburg
Department of economics
Stockholm School of Economics
Department of economics

2017

2016

Research Institute of Industrial Economics
Stockholm University
Institute for International Economic Studies
Lund University
Department of Business Administration

2015

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
The Beijerinstitutet
Stockholm School of Economics
Department of Management and Organization
Lund University
Department of Economics

2013

Stockholm School of Economics
Centre for Advanced Studies in Leadership
Lund University
Department of Economics
Peer review panel 2017/2018

 

Economics

Chairman
Per Krusell, Professor of Economics
Institute for International Economy, Stockholm University

Eva Mörk, Professor of Economics
Uppsala University

Olof Johansson Stenman, Professor of Economics
School of Business, Economics and Law, University of Gothenburg