Örebro University School of Business

Previous SWEGPEC workshops

Emerging Topics in Financial Economics

Third Symposium at the Division of Economics

Linköping University, Sweden

March 12-13, 2020


Annual SWEGPEC workshop 2019

Call for Papers

The department of economics and statistics at Linnaeus University invites submissions of papers to the Swedish Graduate Program in Economics (SWEGPEC) workshop for Ph.D. students, which will be held November 21-22 in Växjö. The workshop is organized for Ph.D. students in Economics in the SWEGPEC network in order to give Ph.D. students a chance to present and discuss their papers and receive constructive feedback.

Call for papers

The invited keynote speakers are Professor Anna Dreber Almenberg and Professor Dan-Olof Rooth.

Deadline for registration and abstract submission is October 31.

Accommodation (but not travel) will be organized and paid for PhD students within the SWEGPEC network as well as for discussants. However, we will not be able to arrange accommodation for participants that register after October 31. Registration opens on September 15.

Abstract submission is already open. To submit your abstracts and for further information please contact This is an email address

More about SWEGPEC 2019, visit: Lnu.se/en/swegpec2019

Looking forward to meeting you in Växjö!

SWEGPEC 2019 Workshop Committee

Nordic Regional Reshaping Work Conference 2020

Call for papers

On February 20th and 21st, the Nordic Regional Reshaping Work conference will be held in Stockholm, Sweden, where academics, entrepreneurs, policy makers, workers, labour and employer organisations will meet to discuss current and future developments in labour markets relating digital labour platforms, algorithmic management, and more.

The conference is an interdisciplinary two-day event that hosts high quality research and interactive formats that give all stakeholders a voice.

For the conference, Unionen and The Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum will be hosting a series of academic seminars, accepting papers from academia, non-profits, policymakers, and other stakeholders.

We invite research in business, economics, sociology & humanities, law, computer engineering and data science to submit extended abstracts on ca 800 words.
The deadline is Monday September 30th.

For more info, see the attached call for papers or see the website at reshapingwork.net

Call for Papers

Workshop in efficiency and productivity analysis, June 18-19 2018

Linnaeus University, Department of Economics and Statistics, are delighted to invite Ph.D students and staff in the Ph.D. network to a workshop in efficiency and productivity analysis. The workshop will take place at Linnaeus University, Campus Växjö between Monday, June 18 – Tuesday, June 19. Preliminary time is Monday 10-16 and Tuesday 9-16.

The lecturer for the workshop is the world leading researchers in the field, Professor Rolf Färe and Professor Shawna Grosskopf, Oregon State University. Professor Färe and Grosskopf has been key ‘architects’ in both theoretical and applied development of efficiency and productivity analysis and have several hundred published papers in the area. The workshop will cover both old and new areas of efficiency and productivity analysis.

To have an efficient workshop the number of spaces is limited to 20 persons and therefore participants need to notify in advance. Contact person for the workshop is Dr Jonas Månsson (This is an email address ;0722-379951)


Very welcome to this workshop!

Dr. Jonas Månsson

Prof. Rolf Färe. http://people.oregonstate.edu/~farer/

Prof Shawna Grosskopf: http://people.oregonstate.edu/~grosskos/

PhD student-supervisor workshop for users of Swedish employer-employee data, and the annual meeting of the OUTSEED network:

These workshops, which were scheduled for November 2016, have been postponed to a later date during the spring of 2017.

For more information, please contact: This is an email address

Seminar Corporate Governance and European Integration, 9-10 September 2017, Stockholm, Sweden 

This seminar is co-funded by SWEGPEC and is open free of charge for PhD students in the SWEGPEC network. Register at This is an email address.

The seminar focuses on EU-level harmonization of corporate governance and the considerable diversity of corporate governance models in the EU Member States. Preliminary list of lecturers: Dennis Mueller (University of Vienna), Miguel Garcia-Cestona (Universitat Autonoma De Barcelona), Marc Goergen (Cardiff University), Joze Damijan (University of Ljubljana), Johan Eklund (Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum) , Evgeni Peev (Vienna University of Economics and Business).

Annual SWEGPEC workshop:

Each year, SWEGPEC arranges a PhD workshop where students present work in progress and senior researchers act as discussants. The annual workshop in 2017 will be in Stockholm, 29-30 November.

Call for papers

Previous SWEGPEC workshops:

2016 Invitation to workshop at Linköping University, 16-17 November
2015 Workshop at Örebro University, 18-19 November
2014 Workshop at Jönköping International Business School, 19-20 November
2013 Workshop at Karlstad University, 28-29 November