I'm the Johan Björkman professor of economics at the Stockholm School of Economics mainly doing meta-science and behavioral and experimental economics. 

I am an Editor at the recently launched Journal of Political Economy Microeconomics and an Associate Editor at the Journal of Political Economy

I am a Wallenberg Scholar, a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (KVA), and a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA). I am also affiliated with the Department of Economics at the University of Innsbruck and the Credence Goods, Incentives and Behavior group.

Right now I am mainly interested in replications broadly defined (more here on definitions) and predicting replication outcomes as well as new hypothesis tests. Here are some papers on economics in Science, psychology in Science, Nature and Science replications and predictions in Nature Human Behaviour, predicting psychology outcomes in PNAS, exploring design heterogeneity in PNAS, and looking at variation in results with a multi-analyst approach in Journal of Finance. Here is a summary of much of this in Swedish. 

We are also looking at selective reporting of placebo tests in economics

If you are interested in reproducing or replicating studies, see the Institute for Replication. This was recently presented in Nature, and we are now collaborating with Nature Human Behaviour.

I am also working on large hormone administration projects like our contraceptive pill paper in Management Science.

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