Curriculum Vitae

Adrian Adermon

May 26, 2020

Postal address: IFAU, P.O. Box 513, 752 20 Uppsala, Sweden
Visiting address: IFAU, Kyrkogårdsgatan 6, 753 12 Uppsala, Sweden
Telephone: +46 (0)18 471 70 86
Email: adrian.adermon@ifau.uu.se
Website: www.adrianadermon.com

Current position

Researcher, Institute for Evaluation of Labor Market and Education Policy (IFAU), Uppsala, 2016–.

Affiliations

Uppsala Center for Labor Studies (UCLS) and Uppsala Center for Fiscal Studies (UCFS), Uppsala University.

Previous experience

Assistant professor, Department of Economics and Uppsala Center for Labor Studies, Uppsala University, 2013–2016.

Visiting scholar, Center for Equitable Growth, UC Berkeley, September 2015–March 2016.

Education

  • Ph.D. in Economics, spring 2013, Uppsala University.

  • Visiting student research collaborator, Princeton University, spring 2011.

  • Master of Social Science in Economics, 2007, Uppsala University.

  • Bachelor of Social Science in Statistics, 2010, Uppsala University.

Ph.D. thesis

“Essays on the Transmission of Human Capital and the Impact of Technological Change”, Economic Studies 135, Department of Economics, Uppsala University.

Defended June 7, 2013. Supervisor: Professor Mikael Lindahl. Assistant supervisor: Associate Professor Magnus Gustavsson. Discussant: Professor Markus Jäntti, Swedish Institute for Social Research.

Fields of interest

Labor economics, intergenerational mobility, inequality, technological change.

Current research projects

“Dynastic Human Capital, Inequality and Intergenerational Mobility”, with Mikael Lindahl and Mårten Palme. IZA Discussion Paper 12300. Revise and resubmit at American Economic Review.

“The Relationship Between Intergenerational Mobility and Equality of Opportunity”, with Gunnar Brandén and Martin Nybom.

“Gig-jobs: Stepping Stones or Dead Ends?", with Lena Hensvik.

“Trends in Absolute Income Mobility in North America and Europe”, with Robert Manduca, Maximilian Hell, Adrian Adermon, Jo Blanden, Espen Bratberg, Anne Gielen, Hans van Kippersluis, Keun Bok Lee, Stephen Machin, Martin D. Munk, Martin Nybom, Yuri Ostrovsky, Sumaiya Rahman, and Outi Sirniö.

Journal articles (peer reviewed)

“Intergenerational Wealth Mobility and the Role of Inheritance: Evidence from Multiple Generations” (2018), with Mikael Lindahl and Daniel Waldenström. The Economic Journal 128(612), F482–F513.

“Job Polarization and Task-Biased Technological Change: Evidence from Sweden, 1975–2005” (2015), with Magnus Gustavsson. The Scandinavian Journal of Economics 117(3), 878–917.

“Piracy and music sales: The effects of an anti-piracy law” (2014), with Che-Yuan Liang. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 105, 90–106.

Book chapters

“Innovation Matters: An Empirical Analysis of Innovation 2002–2004 and Its Impact on Productivity”, with Hans-Olof Hagén, Caroline Ahlstrand, Martin Daniels, and Emma Nilsson. In Yearbook on Productivity 2007. Saltsjöbaden: Statistics Sweden, 2008, 33–62.

Other publications

“Bristyrken i offentlig verksamhet — Var arbetar de utbildade?", with Lisa Laun. Ekonomisk Debatt 7/2019.

“Bristyrken i offentlig verksamhet — Var arbetar de utbildade?", with Lisa Laun. IFAU Rapport 2018:19.

“Förmögenhet och arv över flera generationer”, with Mikael Lindahl and Daniel Waldenström. IFAU Rapport 2018:7.

“Den utvidgade familjens betydelse för barns utbildning”, with Mikael Lindahl and Mårten Palme. IFAU Rapport 2016:16.

“Teknisk utveckling och jobbpolarisering”, with Magnus Gustavsson. SNS Analys 28 (2015).

“Fildelning och musikförsäljning — Effekten av piratjägarlagen IPRED”, with Che-Yuan Liang. Ekonomisk Debatt 3/2015.

Invited seminar presentations

  • Swedish Ministry of Finance, Stockholm, April 2019.

  • Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Stockholm, April 2019.

  • Swedish Ministry of Education and Research, Stockholm, November 2018.

  • School of Business and Economics, Linnaeus University, Växjö, October 2017.

  • Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Stockholm, September 2017.

  • Department of Economics, Umeå University, May 2017.

  • Swedish Ministry of Finance, Stockholm, February 2017.

  • Swedish Ministry of Education and Research, Stockholm, November 2016.

  • Department of Economics, University of California, Berkeley, February 2016.

  • Swedish Institute for Social Research (SOFI), Stockholm, November 2012.

  • The Danish National Centre for Social Research (SFI), Copenhagen, October 2012.

Conference and workshop presentations

  • The impact of childhood circumstances on individual outcomes over the life-course (IMCHILD) Workshop, Stockholm, September 2019.

  • Meeting of the Society for the Study of Economic Inequality (ECINEQ), Paris, July 2019.

  • Nordic Summer Institute in Labor Economics, Uppsala, June 2019.

  • Dynamics of Inequality Across the Lifecourse (DIAL), Mid-term Conference, Turku, June 2019.

  • Paris-Uppsala Workshop on Income and Wealth, Paris, November 2018.

  • Workshop on New Developments in Intergenerational Mobility, Rotterdam, September 2018.

  • Annual Congress of the European Economic Association (EEA), Cologne, August 2018.

  • Meeting of the Society for the Study of Economic Inequality (ECINEQ), New York, July 2017.

  • Allied Social Sciences Associations Annual Meeting (ASSA), Chicago, January 2017.

  • National Conference of Swedish Economists in Gothenburg, September 2016.

  • Annual Congress of the European Economic Association (EEA), Geneva, August 2016.

  • Workshop on the Intergenerational Transmission of Economic Status, Madrid, May 2016.

  • Uppsala Center For Labor Studies Members Meeting, Krusenberg, August 2015.

  • Conference on Taxation, Household Behavior, and the Distribution of Incomes and Wealth, Berlin, July 2015.

  • Meeting of the Society for the Study of Economic Inequality (ECINEQ), Luxembourg, July 2015.

  • Annual Conference of the European Society for Population Economics (ESPE), Braga, June 2014.

  • Workshop on Family and Gender, Honningsvåg, August 2013.

  • National Conference of Swedish Economists in Stockholm, September 2012.

  • Annual Conference of the European Association of Labour Economists (EALE), Bonn, September 2012.

  • Annual Congress of the European Economic Association (EEA), Malaga, August 2012.

  • Annual Conference of the European Society for Population Economics (ESPE), Bern, June 2012.

  • Stockholm-Uppsala Doctoral Student Workshop in Economics in Uppsala, May 2012.

  • National Conference of Swedish Economists in Uppsala, September 2011.

  • Uppsala Center For Labor Studies Members Meeting, Uppsala, October 2010.

  • Stockholm-Uppsala Doctoral Student Workshop in Economics in Stockholm, May 2010.

  • Stockholm-Uppsala Doctoral Student Workshop in Economics in Uppsala, May 2009.

Other presentations and seminars

  • European Commission, Panel discussion on A.I. and the labor market, Stockholm, October 2019.

  • Swedish National Agency for Education, Workshop for teachers, Stockholm, September 2019.

  • Forte and Uppsala Center for Labor Studies Conference, Uppsala, May 2019.

  • Fores, Stockholm, March 2018.

  • Wallenberg Foundation, Stockholm, November 2017.

  • Almedalen, Visby, July 2016.

  • Fores, Stockholm, April 2016.

  • SNS, Stockholm, March 2015.

Referee assignments

CESifo Economic Studies, Economic Inquiry, European Economic Review, European Journal of Law and Economics, European Sociological Review, Gender & Society, Information Economics and Policy, Journal of Cultural Economics, The Journal of Economic Inequality, Journal of the European Economic Association, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Journal of Human Resources, Journal of Industrial Economics, Journal of Public Economics, Labour Economics, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, The Review of Income and Wealth, The Scandinavian Journal of Economics, Social Forces, Social Science Research.

Scholarships and grants

NORFACE Dial, “The impact of childhood circumstances on individual outcomes over the life-course”, multi-national research project 2018–2020, lead applicants A. Peichl, A. Trannoy, D. Waldenström, and A. Lefranc.

Travel grant for visiting University of California, Berkeley, Jan Wallander and Tom Hedelius Foundation, 2015.

Wallander Scholarship, 3 year independent research grant awarded to young economists, Jan Wallander and Tom Hedelius Foundation, 2013.

Hedelius Scholarship for financing one semester of graduate studies at a Princeton University, Jan Wallander and Tom Hedelius Foundation, 2009.

Administrative experience

Seminar series organizer, IFAU, 2019–.

Member of the organizing committee for Stockholm-Uppsala Doctoral Student Workshop in Economics (SUDSWEc), May 10, 2012 in Uppsala.

Member of the organizing committee for Stockholm-Uppsala Doctoral Student Workshop in Economics (SUDSWEc), May 15, 2009 in Uppsala.

Teaching and supervision experience

  • Assistant supervisor of PhD-candidate Yaroslav Yakymovych, 2018–.

  • Assistant supervisor of PhD-candidate Kristin Gunnarsson, 2016–2017.

  • Lecturer, Labor II: Advanced Topics in Labor Economics (Uppsala University, Ph.D. level), 2017.

  • Lecturer, Topics in Econometrics (Uppsala University, master level), 2014–2020.

  • Lecturer, Applied Microeconometrics (Uppsala University, Ph.D. level), 2013–2014.

  • Teaching assistant and guest lecturer, Microeconomics (Uppsala University, undergraduate level), 2019–2020.

  • Teaching assistant, Basic Micro- and Macro Theory (Uppsala University, undergraduate level), 2008–2009.

  • Supervisor of Master's Theses (Uppsala University), 2018.

  • Supervisor of Bachelor's Theses (Uppsala University), 2014–2015.

Discussant assignments

Discussant at final seminar for André Richter's Ph.D. thesis manuscript, SOFI, Stockholm University, October 2016.

Discussant at final seminar for Mengyi Cao's Ph.D. thesis manuscript, Stockholm University, September 2016.

Awards and honors

Excellence in Reviewing Award (top 25 reviewer), Labour Economics, 2017.

Personal

Born in 1981. Swedish citizenship.