PhD Visitor Program

The Swedish House of Finance at the Stockholm School of Economics (SHoF) provides PhD students from other universities the opportunity to visit and discuss their research with our PhD students and faculty and to participate in other research-related activities at SHoF.

A visit should be for at least two weeks and can be undertaken in conjunction with attending a PhD course at SHoF. For students from other universities in Sweden, we offer some financial support for such visits, though it may not cover all the expenses.

Students interested in such a visit should send a brief motivation, a budget, and a supporting letter from their supervisor to Jenny Wahlberg Andersson. Decisions will be taken for the upcoming fall semester around April 15, and for the upcoming spring semester around September 15.

Former Visiting Students

Emanuela Iancu (European University Institute, Florence)
Jonas Ekblom (Linköping University)
Naciye Sekerci (Lund University)
Charlotte Werger (European University Institute, Florence)
Diogenis Baboukardos (Jönköping University)
Magnus Blomkvist (Hanken)
Anamaria Cociorva (Lund University)
Linda Dastory (Royal Institute of Technology)
Johannes Hagen (Uppsala University)
Erik Johannesson (Columbia University)
Yury Kucheev (Royal Institute of Technology)
Martin Lenz (Mannheim University)
Niilo Luotonen (Aalto University)
Carolina Magda (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
Caren Yinxia Nielsen (Lund University)
Henning Schroeder (Hamburg University)
Markus Senn (University of Bern)
Yapei Zhang (HEC)
Ed Saiedi (Royal Institute of Technology)
Mikael Paaso (Aalto University)
Filipe Pires de Albuquerque (Birkbeck College, University of London)
Ran Gou (Lancaster University)