I am the Jacob Wallenberg Professor at the Stockholm School of Economics. My research focuses on imperfectly competitive markets (Industrial Organization) with an emphasis on investigating responses by firms to uncertainty and various risks, in particular exchange rate risk. I teach microeconomics at the undergraduate level and Industrial Organization at the PhD level. I am also affiliated (Professor II) with NHH in Bergen. A CV is available here.
Some recent work:
"Different ways of managing risk as reported in 10-Ks: A supervised learning approach", 2021, Financial Review, with T. Seiler.
"Digitalisering och konkurrens," with S. Nyberg, B. Lundqvist and R. Teigland, SNS, 2021 (In Swedish: Digitalization and competition).
"Hump-shaped cross-price effects and the extensive margin in cross-border shopping" , with F. Steen and S.A. Ulsaker, 2022, American Economic Journal: Microeconomics.
"Hedging to market-wide shocks and competitive selection" , with I. Trygg Kupersmidt, forthcoming, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy
"Matched trade at the firm level and the micro origins of international business-cycle comovement", with M. Sanctuary, forthcoming, International Journal of Finance and Economics
"Corporate responses to stock price fragility", with K.W. Hankins and I. Goldstein, R&R, Journal of Financial Economics.
"The effect of cross-border shopping on commodity tax revenue: Results from a natural experiment", with E. Halseth, F. Steen and S. Ulsaker.