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 LUSEM researchers by 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 forward.
Jan Wallanders och Tom Hedelius stiftelse
Tore Browaldhs stiftelse
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.
Joakim Gullstrand, Lunds universitet, 3 550 000 SEK.
Research exchange and distribution (sharing)
Andreas Bergh, Lunds universitet, Läromedelsutveckling för gymnasieskolan, 150 000 SEK.