Research programs

SNS translates current research on social issues into concrete advice to leading decision-makers in politics and business. Research questions are formulated in dialogue with SNS’ members in business and public administration. Analysis and recommendations are provided by academic researchers and are based on scientific theory and empirical evidence.

Ongoing research projects

Health care in the 21st century

The aim of the project is to generate new knowledgde about how competence can be assured and how new technology can be utilized in response to the changing conditions in the health care sector.
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Learnings from Integration

The aim of the project Learnings from integration is to explore how the integration process in Sweden works and how it can be improved. The program focuses on the labor market and the education system.

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SNS Economic Policy Council

The SNS Economic Policy Council 2019 examines the current Swedish municipal model and its ability to fulfil its commitments.
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Sustainable Urban and Rural Planning

The pace of urbanization in Sweden continues to be high and we are about to face major demographic changes. Along with this, rapid technological development places additional demands on urban planning.
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Taxes in a Globalised World

Increased globalisation and rapid technological development have significantly changed the Swedish economy. How do these changes affect the efficiency of the tax system and its redistributive function?
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Previous research projects

New challenges for the pension system

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Future supply of skills

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The Social Security System and the Work Strategy among Older People

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Investments in Equal Life Chances

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Democracy report 2017

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Aviation and Businesses

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SNS Corporate Governance Roundtable

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From Welfare State to Welfare Society

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SNS Educational Commission

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The SNS Economic Policy Council 2016

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Climate and Business

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The Value of New Pharmaceuticals

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