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CURRICULUM VITAE
Anna Seim
I. PERSONAL INFORMATION
Full name
Anna Larsson Seim
Date of birth
September 10, 1974
Civil Status
Married, two children
Work address
Department of Economics
Stockholm University
SE – 106 91 Stockholm
Telephone
Work: + 46 8 16 35 64
Mobile: + 46 70 757 83 99
Email
anna.seim@ne.su.se
Languages
Swedish (native)
English (fluent)
French (good)
Estonian (some)
II. DEGREES
PhD in Economics
January 2007
Institute for International Economic Studies (IIES), Stockholm University
Thesis Title: Real Effects of Monetary Regimes
Thesis Supervisor: Professor Lars Calmfors, IIES
Master of Science in Quantitative Economics
June 2000
Department of Economics, Stockholm University
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III. EMPLOYMENT AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE
A. Employment
A1. Associate Professor, Senior Lecturer (Current position)
Department of Economics, Stockholm University
September 11, 2014 A2. Assistant Professor
Department of Economics, Stockholm University
December 1, 2011 – September 11, 2014
A3. Post Doc
Department of Economics, Stockholm University
February 1, 2007–November 30, 2011
A4. Research Assistant
Trade Union Institute for Economic Research (FIEF)
June 2000-August 2001
B. Visiting positions abroad
B1. Visiting Scholar
Department of Economics, Tufts University, Medford, MA, USA, 2009-2010
B2. Visiting PhD Student,
Department of Economics, London School of Economics, London, England, 2003-2004
C. Teaching experience
C1. Supervision of PhD students, 2014C2. Intermediate Macroeconomics, 7.5 hp, 2009Lecturer
Undergraduate Level
C3. Supervision of numerous Master’s and Bachelor’s theses, 2007C4. Microeconomics, Master’s course in Health Economics, Karolinska Institutet, 5 p, 2006/07, 2007/08
Lecturer
Master’s level
C5. Macroeconomics, 10 p, Spring 2000, Spring 2006
Teaching Assistant
Undergraduate Level
C6. Empirical Methods (Empiriska Metoder), 5 p, 2002-2004
Teaching Assistant
Undergraduate Level
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IV. PUBLICATIONS
A. Publications in peer-reviewed journals
A1. "Oligarchies and Development in a Global Economy: A Tale of Two Elites" (with Anders Akerman and
Alireza Naghavi), Economic Inquiry, 54(1), 229-246, 2016.
A2. “Earned Income Tax Credits, Unemployment Benefits and Wages: Empirical Evidence from Sweden” (with
Helge Bennmarker and Lars Calmfors), IZA Journal of Labor Policy, 3:26, 2014
A3. "The Global Arms Trade Network 1950-2007" (with Anders Akerman), Journal of Comparative Economics,
42(3), 535-551, 2014.
A4. "Democracy as a Middle Ground: A Unified Theory of Development and Political Regimes" (with Stephen L.
Parente), European Economic Review, 64, 35-56, 2013.
A5. "Pattern Bargaining and Wage Leadership in a Small Open Economy" (with Lars Calmfors), Scandinavian
Journal of Economics, 115(1), 109-140, 2013.
A6. "Testing the Impact of Inflation Targeting and Central Bank Independence on Labour Market Outcomes"
(with Johnny Zetterberg), Oxford Economic Papers, 65(2), 240-267, 2013.
A7. "Fiscal Activism under Inflation Targeting and Non-atomistic Wage Setting", Economica, 79, 97-114, 2012.
A8. "On Labour Mobility and the Neutrality of Money in Unionised Economies", Economic Modelling, 28(1-2),
396-403, 2011.
A9. "The Swedish Real Exchange Rate under Different Currency Regimes", Review of World Economics
(Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv), 140(4), 2004.
B. Monographs
B1. Real Effects of Monetary Regimes, IIES Monograph Series No. 57, Institute for International Economic
Studies, 2007.
C. Working papers
C1. “Leaders and Followers: Heterogeneous Effects of Institutions and Spillovers on Economic Growth” (with
Chih Ming Tan), Department of Economics, Stockholm University, 2014
D. Other scientific publications
D1. Enkla regler, svåra tider – behöver stabiliseringspolitiken förändras? (with Martin Flodén, Morten O. Ravn
and Anders Vredin), SNS Konjunkturrådsrapport 2012.
D2. “Wage Formation and the Swedish Labour Market Reforms 2007-2009” (with Helge Bennmarker and Lars
Calmfors), Studier I Finanspolitik 2011/1, Background report to the Swedish Fiscal Policy Council, 2011.
D3. "Aggregate and Regional Business Cycle Synchronisation in the Nordic Countries" (with Nevena Gaco and
Henrik Sikström), SIEPS Report 2009:7, Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies, Stockholm, 2009.
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D4. "Comment on Stefan Niemann and Jürgen von Hagen: Coordination of Monetary and Fiscal Policies: A
Fresh Look at the Issue", Swedish Economic Policy Review, 15, 125-129, 2008.
E. Other publications
E1. Case study: “Monetary Regimes in Europe Post Bretton Woods”, in International Economics: Theory and
Policy, Global Edition, 9th Edition, by P.R. Krugman, M. Obstfeld and M.J. Melitz, Pearson, 2012.
E2. Book review: “Den nya ekonomihandboken”, by J. Ehrenberg and S. Ljungberg, Ekonomisk Debatt No. 7,
2007, 70-72.
V. OTHER SCIENTIFIC QUALIFICATIONS
A. Invited seminar presentations
A1. Bologna University, Bologna, Italy, November 2010
A2. Tufts University, Medford, USA, December 2010
A3. Universitá Bocconi, Milan, Italy, November 2008
A4. Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, February 2006
A5. University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, February 2006
A6. Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration (NHH), Bergen, Norway, February 2006
A7. London School of Economics, PhD presentation meeting, London, England, January 2006
A8. The Institute for International Economic Studies, Stockholm, Sweden, November 2005
A9. London School of Economics, Workshop in Labour Economics, London, England, January 2004
A10. Sveriges Riksbank, Stockholm, Sweden, December 2003
A11. IIES Brown Bag Seminar, Stockholm, Sweden, various occasions
A12. Department of Economics, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden, various occasions
A13. Department of Economics, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden, various occasions
A14. The Trade Union Institute for Economic Research, Stockholm, Sweden, various occasions
B. Conference presentations
B1. Dynamics, Economic Growth and International Trade (DEGIT) XVII, Milan, Italy, Sept. 2012
B2. Dynamics, Economic Growth and International Trade (DEGIT) XVII, St. Petersburg, Russia, Sept. 2011
B3. 2nd annual meeting of Swedish Economists, Uppsala, September 2011
B4. Annual Meeting of the European Economic Association, Glasgow, Scotland, August 2010
B5. 4th Nordic Summer Symposium in Macroeconomics, Helsinki, Finland, August 2008
B6. EALE, Tallinn, Estonia, September 2009
B7. Annual Meeting of the European Economic Association, Barcelona, Spain, August 2009
B8. Dynamics, Economic Growth and International Trade (DEGIT) XIV, UCLA, Los Angeles, USA, June 2009
B9. Workshop on Wage Rigidity under Low Inflation Regimes, SOFI, Stockholm, Sweden, February 2009
B10. 2nd Nordic Summer Symposium in Macroeconomics, Sandbjerg, Denmark, August 2008
B11. Journées d'Economie Publique Louis-André Gérard-Varet, Marseille, France, June 2007
B12. ASSET Annual Meeting, Rethymnon, Crete, Greece, October 2005
B13. 16th Annual Conference of the EALE, Lisbon, Portugal, September 2004
C. Policy seminars and participation in public debates
C1. ”Swedish Fiscal Policy 2015”, Discussant on the report of the Swedish Fiscal Policy Council, May 2015
C2. ”Behövs det ett mål för offentliga investeringar?”, Sveriges Riksdag, March 2012
C3. ”Enkla regler, svåra tider – behöver stabiliseringspolitiken förändras?”, Various presentations of SNS
konjunkturrådsrapport 2012, spring 2012
C4. ”Penningpolitik och finansiell stabilitet”, SNS, November 2011
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C5. ”Wage Formation and the Swedish Labour Market Reforms”, The Swedish Ministry of Finance, November
2011
C6. ”Wage Formation and the Swedish Labour Market Reforms”, Finanspolitiska rådet, Maj 2011
C7. ”Sverige och EMU - ett seminarium om eurosamarbetet”, Sveriges Riksdags EU-nämnd och SIEPS,
December 2009
C8. “Fiscal Rules and Institutions”, The Economic Council of Sweden, October 2007
C9. ”Finanspolitisk stabilisering, inflationsmål och lönebildning”, The Swedish Ministry of Finance, April 2007
C10. ”Flyr ekonomerna samhällsdebatten?”, SNS, February 2007
D. Refereeing
D1. European Economic Review
D2. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control
D3. International Economic Review
D4. Scandinavian Journal of Economics
D5. Journal of Money, Credit and Banking
D6. Manchester School
D7. Economics of Governance
D8. Economic Modelling
D9. International Economics and Economic Policy
E. Administrative experience
E1. Member of the Department Board, Department of Economics, Stockholm University, 2012 –
E2. Member of the Department Recruitment Committee, Department of Economics, Stockholm University,
2012
E3. Workshop Organizer, Department of Economics, Stockholm University, 2008-2009
F. Faculty Opponent
F1. Faculty Opponent of “Theoretical and Econometric Aspects of New Keynesian Modelling” by Tord S. Krogh
for the degree of Ph. D, Department of Economics, University of Oslo, June 2014
F2. Faculty Opponent of “Unemployment and Demand Management: Fiscal Policy and Real Exchange Rates in
OECD Countries“ by Anders Nordberg for the degree of Fil. Lic., Department of Economics, Uppsala University,
September 2008
G. Other Scientific Activities
G1. Member of the Scientific Council of the Swedish National Debt Office (Riksgälden), 2014G2. Member of an academic reference group assisting the National Institute for Economic Research
(Konjunkturinstitutet) in their assessment of a reappraisal of the surplus target, 2015
G3. Member of SNS Konjunkturråd 2012 (together with Martin Flodén, Morten O. Ravn and Anders Vredin),
Swedish Center for Business and Policy Studies (SNS), 2012
G4. Member of the SNS research panel for evaluation of media coverage of economics, Swedish Center for
Business and Policy Studies (SNS), 2004 - 2005
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