Tino Sanandaji

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Tino Sanandaji
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Born (1980-05-17) 17 May 1980 (age 38)
Tehran, Iran
Education MSc from Stockholm School of Economics. M.A in economics from the University of Chicago, and a PhD in Public Policy from the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy Studies
Occupation Economics Researcher at the Stockholm School of Economics
Relatives Nima Sanandaji (brother)
Website Official website

Tino Sanandaji (born 17 May 1980) is a Kurdish economist and author born in Tehran, Iran and now living in Sweden.[1][2]

Early life and career[edit]

Sanandaji arrived in Sweden in 1989 with his family as a 9-year-old and grew up in Norrköping and Ale Municipality.[3] He earned a MSc in Economics and Business Administration from Stockholm School of Economics in 2003 and a PhD from the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago in 2011. His PhD dissertation is entitled Essays in Entrepreneurship Policy.[4]

As of 2017, Sanandaji works as a researcher at the Institute for Economic and Business History Research at the Stockholm School of Economics.[5] He has authored a number of scholarly articles on economics, with a focus on entrepreneurship and taxation. Sanandaji also has a blog where he publishes articles on government policy. He is especially critical of the far-right Sweden Democrats party.[6]

Sanandaji is a vocal critic of Sweden's policy on immigration of low-educated migrants from third world countries.[7] He approaches the issue from an internal perspective, as both an immigrant himself and a former resident of various areas of social deprivation.[8] According to Sanandaji, he has not conducted basic research on immigration but instead refers to research and statistics collected by other researchers.[9] As of 2014, he describes his profession as economic research and writing on immigration as an unpaid hobby.[10]

Author[edit]

Sanandaji has authored four books. His first two books were coauthored with Magnus Henrekson: Owner taxation and entrepreneurship - on tax theory and the Swedish policy debate (SNS Press, 2004) and Institutional Entrepreneurship (Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., 2012).[11][12] He then coauthored SuperEntrepreneurs - and how your country can get them (the Centre for Policy Studies, 2014) with his brother Nima Sanandaji. In February 2017, he self-published the book Massutmaning ("Mass Challenge") on Swedish immigration and integration policy. The book reached the top slot of many best-seller lists.[13] In November 2017 his upcoming book on Swedish fiscal policy met its funding goal on Kickstarter.[14]

Sanandaji has also written several state reports on Swedish tax and entrepreneurship policy, including "Entrepreneurship conditions" for the "Experts Group on Public Finance" in the Swedish Ministry of Finance.[15][16] He is a regular contributor to the National Review,[17] and has authored articles in Swedish and American publications, including The American, Wall-Street Journal, Critical Review, The Independent Review and Axess magasin. Additionally, he has been profiled in Politico Europe,[6] and interviewed by Expressen,[3] Sveriges Radio,[18] NRK,[19] Dagbladet Information,[20] The Economist,[21] Al Jazeera,[22] and The New York Post.[23]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Pethokoukis, James (November 27, 2015). "IKEAmerica: Should the US really be more like Sweden? A Q&A with economist Tino Sanandaji". American Enterprise Institute. Retrieved 20 February 2017. 
  2. ^ Sörbring, Karin (2017-02-17). "Stor intervju med Tino Sanandaji om invandringen i Sverige". Expressen (in Swedish). Retrieved 2018-01-04. I am a Kurd and I don't see myself as Swedish and if anyone would demand that I abandon my Kurdish identify I would leave Sweden 
  3. ^ a b Sörbring, Karin (2017-02-17). "Stor intervju med Tino Sanandaji om invandringen i Sverige". Expressen (in Swedish). Retrieved 2018-01-04. 
  4. ^ "Tino Sanandaji - Resume" (PDF). Tino Sanandaji. Retrieved 15 January 2018. 
  5. ^ "People". www.hhs.se. Retrieved 2017-03-07. 
  6. ^ a b "25 Tino Sanandaji THE COLD TRUTH-TELLER". Politico Europe. 2017. Retrieved 6 January 2018. On his blog[...] Tino Sanandaji mixes fierce criticism of government strategy with policy prescriptions and reasons to hope for the future.[...] And he's far more scathing about the far-right Sweden Democrats than he is about the government. 
  7. ^ Radio, Sveriges. "Tino Sanandajis nya bok väcker debatt - Studio Ett @ 3:30". Retrieved 21 January 2018. Sanandaji:"Invandring är inget enhetligt fenomen, det finns väldigt olika invandring. Det är nästan meningslöst att prata om fenomenet invandring. Invandring av en högutbildad indisk fysiker och någon lågutbildad som inte kan läsa och skriva ifrån Afrika, de är totalt olika. Det är som att fråga: Är det bra för företag att rekrytera? Frågan är: Vem rekryterar man? I Sveriges fall har invandringen varit fokuserad på flyktingar ifrån u-länder." 
  8. ^ Radio, Sveriges. "Tino Sanandajis nya bok väcker debatt - Studio Ett". Retrieved 21 January 2018. 
  9. ^ Tino Sanandaji (2016-02-22). Tino Sanandaji: Facts on Immigration [English Subtitles] (Video Lecture). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMt8zkSP9xE: Channel Tino. Event occurs at 0:44. My research has never been about immigration, it's an issue you could say I've found myself addressing. Deliberately, I've never researched immigration to avoid having doubts cast on the research. Instead, I've referred to other people's research. However, economics is obviously not that specialized, the economics of immigration is a subcategory of general economics, labor markets economics, public finance, and so forth 
  10. ^ "Moral Superpower: A book on immigration by Tino Sanandaji". Kickstarter. Retrieved 6 January 2018. 
  11. ^ "VERKSAMHETEN 2004" (PDF). SNS (in Swedish). Retrieved 2018-01-04. 
  12. ^ "InstAxess magasinitutional Entrepreneurship". www.e-elgar.com. Retrieved 2017-03-07. 
  13. ^ "Invandringspolitik på topplistor och att giftmörda utan att lämna spår" (in Swedish). Sveriges Radio. 23 February 2017. Retrieved 7 March 2017. 
  14. ^ Sanandaji, Tino (2017-10-26). "Tio tusen miljarder - lånekalas i folkhemmet". www.kickstarter.com (in Swedish). Kickstarter. Retrieved 2018-01-04. 
  15. ^ "Reports - Centre for Policy Studies". www.cps.org.uk. Retrieved 2017-03-07. 
  16. ^ "2014:3 Företagandets förutsättningar – en ESO-rapport om den svenska ägarbeskattningen - ESO - Expertgruppen för studier i offentlig ekonomi". ESO - Expertgruppen för studier i offentlig ekonomi (in Swedish). Retrieved 2017-03-07. 
  17. ^ "Tino Sanandaji". www.nationalreview.com/. National Review. Retrieved 2018-01-04. 
  18. ^ "Debatt om öppna gränser" [Debating open borders]. www.sr.se (in Swedish). Sveriges Radio. 2013-01-24. Retrieved 2018-01-15. 
  19. ^ Anders Magnus (2015-05-26). "Beregninger: Syria-flyktninger koster 20 milliarder kroner over ti år" [Calculation: Syrian refugees cost 20 billion crowns over ten years]. www.nrk.no (in Norwegian). NRK. Retrieved 2018-01-15. 
  20. ^ Mette-Line Thorup (2017-06-01). "Sveriges mest indvandrerkritiske økonom: Indvandring truer ikke finansieringen af velfærdsstaten" [Sweden's most immigration skeptic economist: Immigration will not not finance the welfare]. www.information.dk (in Danish). Dagbladet Information. Retrieved 2018-01-15. 
  21. ^ Weheliye, Nasteho (2017-05-18). "Sweden is trying to turn people Swedish". The Economist. Retrieved 2018-01-15. 
  22. ^ Mucci, Alberto (2016-03-25). "Do Sweden's refugee policies work?". Al Jazeera. Retrieved 2018-01-15. 
  23. ^ Lowry, Rich (2017-02-21). "Actually, Sweden is having big trouble with Mideast refugees". New York Post. Retrieved 2018-01-15. 

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