Fredrik Heyman

Fredrik Heyman, Associate Professor in Economics at the Research Institute of Industrial Economics (IFN) in Stockholm, Sweden.

Children of Workers Impacted by Automation Are More Likely To Experience Lower Income Mobility

A new empirical study examines whether advancements in automation and robotics have affected intergenerational income mobility. The authors find that parents’ exposure to new...

How the Market Can Help Break the Glass Ceiling for Women in Management

A new CEPR working paper investigates how product market competition and gender-specific management career hurdles affect the gender wage gap for managers. The findings...

Latest news