Magnus Carlsson

Magnus Carlsson

Associate Professor
Department of Economics and Statistics School of Business and Economics
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Associate professor in Economics

Magnus Carlsson is an Associate Professor of Economics. His research interests include labor economics, applied microeconomics, and political economy. A large part of his research aims at studying which factors are important in explaining observed differences in labor market outcomes, for example between women and men and individuals with different ethnic backgrounds.  

His teaching is mainly focused on labor economics and empirical methods. Current teaching includes empirical methods in economics, supervising in Bachelor and Master's thesis courses, and supervising PhD students – both in Economics and Psychology.

He is an elected member of the faculty board since 2016, research director of the research group “Diversity in the labour market” (lnu.se/diversity) funded by the Swedish Research Council, and has been director of study for the PhD program 2017-2022. He has been visiting researcher at the University College London.

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