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Doctoral student at the University of Gothenburg

Welcome to the website for doctoral students at the University of Gothenburg. Here you will find general information that may be useful regardless of your academic discipline.

Please note that there might be important differences between Faculties. It is therefore important that you also read the information provided by your Faculty in order to get a complete picture of all rules and regulations that apply to you.

Doctoral studentships financed (entirely or in part) by the University are published under job opportunities.

 

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  • New position - PhD Student in Human Geography

    [26 Jun 2015] New position - PhD Student in Human Geography

  • New position - PhD Student in Human Geography

    [26 Jun 2015] New position - PhD Student in Human Geography

  • Diem Nguyen has studied executive compensation in large Swedish firms

    [24 Jun 2015] You recently defended your thesis in financial economics, Essays on Takeovers and Executive Compensation. Can you tell us what it is about?

  • Understanding gender relations crucial when dealing with the 'killer in the kitchen'

    [18 Jun 2015] Effective kitchen stoves that use less firewood and emit fewer greenhouse gases are both cheap and available to the rural population in many developing countries. But the demand for the stove is low. From his field study in Ethiopia, economist Sied Hassen at the School of Business, Economics and Law, University of Gothenburg, draws the conclusion that the bargaining power in the household is the key for understanding the adoption of more effective stoves.

  • Understanding gender relations crucial when dealing with the 'killer in the kitchen'

    [18 Jun 2015] Effective kitchen stoves that use less firewood and emit fewer greenhouse gases are both cheap and available to the rural population in many developing countries. But the demand for the stove is low. From his field study in Ethiopia, economist Sied Hassen at the School of Business, Economics and Law, University of Gothenburg, draws the conclusion that the bargaining power in the household is the key for understanding the adoption of more effective stoves.

  • Understanding gender relations crucial when dealing with the 'killer in the kitchen'

    [17 Jun 2015] Effective kitchen stoves that use less firewood and emit fewer greenhouse gases are both cheap and available to the rural population in many developing countries. But the demand for the stove is low. From his field study in Ethiopia, economist Sied Hassen at the School of Business, Economics and Law, University of Gothenburg, draws the conclusion that the bargaining power in the household is the key for understanding the adoption of more effective stoves.

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