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Thomas Eriksson


2014-present: Consultant at the Institute of Applied Economics and Health Research (ApEHR)

2013-2014: Analyst at the Swedish Agency for Health and Care Services Analysis (Vårdanalys)

2007-2013: PhD candidate, Department of Economics, Lund University. Thesis title: “Empirical Essays on Health and Human Capital”

2011-2012: Assistant for a research group in Institutional Economics, Lund University

2006-2009 : Operator for Survey of Health Ageing and Retirement (SHARE), EU

2006-2009 : Health economic expert for the National Board of Health and Welfare (Socialstyrelsen), working with guidelines for diabetes, depression and anxiety disorder


2013- Secretary at the Swedish Health Economic Association (SHEA)

2013-2015 Member of soldiers’ battalion council in Southern Sweden

2009- Officer in the Swedish home guard. Squad leader 2009-2012 and platoon leader 2012-

2009-2011 Member of PhD students´ union council at Lund University

2009-2011 Board member at the Lund University School of Economics and Management

2008-2009 Board member at the Council for Postgraduate Studies at the Lund University School of Economics and Management


2007-2013 PhD student, Department of Economics, Lund University

2012 “Ledarskap och Självkännedom”. Management course organized
by the Swedish Armed Forces

2010 “Utveckling Grupp Ledare”. Management course organized by
the Swedish Armed Forces

2009 Systematic Reviews for HTA and Pharmacoeconomics: Meeting
the Needs of Decision Makers, York, Great Britain

2009 Applied Health Economics. Organized by: Prof. Andrew Jones and Prof Maarten Lindeboom, Bergen, Norway

2008 The Economics of the Health Care Sector. Organized by Prof. Peter Zweifel, Steyr, Austria

2006 Master of Science in Economics, Lund University

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