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  • Private health insurance threatens the Swedish welfare model

    [17 Sep 2019] More than 10 percent of Swedes in working age have signed up for private health insurance. The rapid emergence of private ¿ or rather semi-private ¿ welfare solutions threatens the Swedish model, says John Lapidus, researcher and author of The Quest for a Divided Welfare State: Sweden in the Era of Privatization.

  • The European Commission has granted 367000 EUR to the Department of Law

    [9 Sep 2019] The European Commission has granted funds within the Horizon 2020 programme for the consortium Global Asylum Governance and the EU's Role (ASILE), totaling 2,9 Million EUR. Of the thirteen members of the consortium, the Department of Law at University of Gothenburg is one of the three largest in budgetary terms.

  • "A carbon tax is a powerful tool"

    [4 Sep 2019] Why is it so hard to put a price on carbon emissions? This is a subject that Martin Weitzman, Research Professor of Economics at Harvard University, has studied for decades. Some of the main hurdles are probabilities and politics.

  • Torgny Segerstedt Visiting Professor at Department of Law

    [30 Aug 2019] Professor David Schneiderman has joined the Department of Law, School of Business, Economics and Law as the Torgny Segerstedt Visiting Professor for the academic year 2019/20.

  • Prize for the best Master's theses

    [25 Jun 2019] On June 20, the graduation ceremony was held for students who completed the two-year Master's programs at the School of Business, Economics and Law. 255 students received their diploma in the Gothenburg Concert Hall and the best theses of the nine programs were also rewarded with The Malmsten Award.

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