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Home | People | Jonna Olsson

Jonna Olsson

Candidate Fellow

University of Amsterdam
Research field
Growth, Health, Inequality, Labor, Macroeconomics, Risk And Uncertainty, Welfare Economics


Jonna Olsson received her PhD in economics from the Institute for International Economic Studies at Stockholm University in 2019, under the supervision of Professor Per Krusell. Her research interests lie in the field of macroeconomics, especially questions about inequality and labor supply in the short and long run. In terms of methodology, her focus is quantitative models and the connection between micro data and the macroeconomy.