Nya_medarbetare-2 15-09-21

New talent at Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum

This fall, five new co-workers have started work at Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum. Pardis Nabavi is our new researcher replacing Maria Adenfelt and Ylva Skoogberg takes over from Mikael Jorstig to lead projects with regional focus. Professor Carl B Hamilton is our new affiliated researcher and senior advisor and our new PhD students, Emma Lappi and Joakim Skoog, add muscles to the research department.

Pardis Nabavi is a PhD in Economics from KTH where she previously worked as a researcher. Her research interests are mainly innovation and economic growth, entrepreneurship and international economics. At Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum she will focus her research on globalisation and its effects on Swedish economy. Pardis will take an active role in our Globalization Forum.

Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum's new Project Manager Ylva Skoogberg has a background in politics. She has, among other things, previously been a political adviser at the Ministry of Enterprise. Ylva will lead the build up and manage Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum's new initiative Regional Policy Forum, a network with the task of identifying policy strategies to strengthen regions. Entrepreneurship, business and innovation are in focus but also digital development and new technology.

Our new affiliated researcher Carl B Hamilton is a Professor of international economics and will be part of both Economic Policy Forum and Globalization Forum.  Carl is also Special Adviser on Trade Policy to the EU Commissioner for trade Cecilia Malmström and a member of the General Council of the Riksbank

PhD student Emma Lappi will be part of the project Innovation without entrepreneurs and  PhD student Joakim Skoog will be part of the project Philanthrophy: Innovations, Entrepreneurship, Economic Development, and Societal Values.