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Research areas

Labour Economics, Health Economics, Demography, Economic History

Research interests

My research aim is to contribute to the knowledge of how and to what extent public institutions and scientific knowledge impacted health and prosperity and inequality in these outcomes, with an example of Denmark and Sweden. A truly long-term perspective, in particular a life-course approach, will receive a heavy focus in my research. I intend to exploit Scandinavian countries as a venue for causal investigations about the significance of social reforms and medical innovations.

Education/Academic qualification

Economic History, PhD, Defeating Disease: Lasting Effects of Public Health and Medical Breakthroughs between 1880 and 1945 on Health and Income in Sweden, Lund University

1. Sept 201331. Dec 2017

Award Date: 22. Jan 2018

Economic Growth, Innovation and Spatial Dynamics, Master of Science (120 ECTS), Chernobyl sick child syndrome persisting through life: testing the infancy inflammation hypothesis conditioned by socio-economic origin, Lund University

1. Sept 20112. Jul 2013

Award Date: 2. Jul 2013

Economics, Master of Science, Bachelor of Science, Polotsk State University

1. Sept 20005. Jul 2005

Award Date: 5. Jul 2005

External positions

IZA research affiliate, IZA research affiliate

27. Apr 2023 → …

Researcher, Department of Economic History, Lund University

1. Jan 2018 → …

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