Lund University has appointed Eva Ranehill as a professor of economics.
She joins the institution from the University of Gothenburg, where she was an assistant professor at the university’s department of economics.
Ranehill is a behavioral economist whose research focuses on gender gaps and the robustness of behavioral differences between men and women. Her recent work has focused more on the drivers of gender gaps in the labor market.
Prior to working at Gothenburg, she held postdoctorate positions at ETH Zurich and the University of Zurich.