KTH/CESIS Working Paper Series in Economics and Institutions of Innovation
No. 389: Spin-offs: Why geography matters
No. 388: Residential energy consumption and conservation
No. 387: Innovation and credit constraints: Evidence from Swedish exporting firms
No. 386: Distinguishing Neighborhood and Workplace Effects on Individual Productivity: Evidence from Sweden
No. 385: Innovation and entrepreneurship in the global economy
No. 384: Market potential, start-up size and the survival of new firms
No. 383: Innovation and firm collaboration: An exploration of survey data.
No. 382: Small-scale food production and location of gourmet restaurants in rural Sweden.
No. 381: Outward FDI and company performance in CEECs
No. 380: Orsaker till och effekter av växande löneskillnader: Utbud av ny teknik och efterfrågan på kunskap
No. 379: A note on the granular nature of imports in German manufacturing industries
No. 378: Recent developments in Corporate Taxation in Sweden
No. 377: Rise of the Startup City: The Changing Geography of the Venture Capital Financed Innovation
No. 375: Offshoring, Occupations and Job Tasks: Evidence from Swedish Manufacturing
No. 374: A Review of Renewable Energy Supply and Energy Efficiency Technologies
No. 373: The Main Support Mechanisms to Finance Renewable Energy Development
No. 372: Market Design for Trading Commoditized Renewable Energy
No. 371: Are Bad Times Good News for the Securities and Exchange Commission?
No. 370: A note on firm age and the margins of exports: First evidence from Germany
No. 368: Knowledge Absorption in the Development of Export Products
No. 367: Knowledge, innovation and space
No. 366: Innovative business models for high-tech entrepreneurial ventures: the organizational design challenges
No. 365: Determinants of self-employment among commuters and non-commuters
No. 364: Public Enforcement of Securities Market Rules: Resource-based evidence from the Securities Exchange Commission
No. 362: Estimating Individual Mahalanobis Distance in High-Dimensional Data
No. 361: High-dimensional CLTs for individual Mahalanobis distances
No. 360: Firm Knowledge, Neighborhood Diversity and Innovation
No. 359: Production Risk, Energy Use Efficiency and Productivity of Korean Industries
No. 358: How ICT Investment and Energy Use Influence the Productivity of Korean Industries?
No. 357: Policy Simulation of Firms Cooperation in Innovation
No. 356: An Empirical Survey of the Ramifications of a Green Economy
No. 355: Unemployment in European Regions: Structural Problems vs. the Eurozone Hypothesis
No. 354: EFFECTS OF HUMAN CAPITAL ON THE GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF SWEDISH BUSINESSES
No. 352: Exports and Firm Profitability: Quality matters!
No. 351: What makes a high-quality exporter? Evidence from Germany
No. 350: Adverse Selection and Search Frictions in Corporate Loan Contracts
No. 349: A SIGNALING THEORY OF ENTREPRENEURIAL VENTURE’S VALUATION: EVIDENCE FROM EARLY TERMINATION OF VENTURE CAPITAL INVESTMENT
No. 348: THE FATE OF PATENTS: AN EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS OF PATENTS AS IPO SIGNALS OF REPUTATIONAL ADVANTAGE
No. 347: OPEN BUSINESS MODELS AND VENTURE CAPITAL FINANCE
No. 346: How to Persistently Finance Innovation: A Panel-Data Study on Exporting Firms in Sweden
No. 345: Education and Self-employment Propensity
No. 344: Credit constraints and margins of import: First evidence for German manufacturing enterprises
No. 343: Regional productivity effects of multinational firm affiliates
No. 342: Decentralized Regulation, Environmental Efficiency and Productivity
No. 341: Low-productive exporters are high-quality exporters. Evidence from Germany
No. 340: Risk or Resilience? The Role of Trade Integration and Foreign Ownership for the Survival of German Enterprises during the Crisis 2008-2010
No. 339: Exploration of Wisdom Ages: Firm survival
No. 338: Determinants of entrepreneurship. Is it all about the individual or the region?
No. 337: The Influence of Diversity on the Formation, Survival and Growth of New Firms
No. 335: RETAIL CITY: Does accessibility to shops explain place attractiveness?
No. 334: Credit constraints and exports: A survey of empirical studies using firm level data
No. 333: My Urban Idol 2050 – The City of Gothenburg
No. 332: Which Types of Relatedness Matter in Regional Growth? - Industry, occupation and education.
No. 331: Internal and External Knowledge Sources of New Export Products
No. 330: Creativity as an integral element of social capital and its role for economic performance
No. 329: Credit Constraints, Foreign Ownership, and Foreign Takeovers in Germany
No. 328: Media clusters and metropolitan knowledge economy
No. 327: Testing for Panel Unit Roots under General Cross-Sectional Dependence
No. 326: In the quest for economic significance: Assessing variable importance through mean value decomposition
No. 325: Who says life is over after 55? Entrepreneurship and an aging population
No. 324: Extensive margins of imports in The Great Import Recovery in Germany, 2009/2010
No. 323: Intra-triad Knowledge Flows
No. 322: Labor Decomposition: A Firm Level Analysis on Import Quality and Labor Demand
No. 321: Higher education experiences and new venture performance
No. 320: Do outliers and unobserved heterogeneity explain the exporter productivity premium? Evidence from France, Germany and the United Kingdom
No. 319: New firms and labor market entrants: Is there a wage penalty for employment in new firms?
No. 318: The Neighborhood or the Region? Untangling the density-productivity relationship using geocoded data
No. 317: Foreign Ownership and the Extensive Margins of Exports: Evidence for Manufacturing Enterprises in Germany
No. 316: Managing the teaching-research nexus: ideals and practice in research oriented universities
No. 315: Night-Time Light Data: A Good Proxy Measure for Economic Activity?
No. 314: Accessibility: a useful analytical and empirical tool in spatial economics – experiences from Sweden
No. 313: R&D Strategy, Metropolitan Externalities and Productivity
No. 312: Taxes, tax administrative burdens and new firm formation
No. 311: Foreign Investors as Change Agents: The Swedish Firm Experience
No. 310: Spontaneous Orders and the Emergence of Economically Powerful Cities
No. 309: Simultaneous-equations Analysis in Regional Science and Economic Geography
No. 308: Survival, Productivity and Growth of New Ventures across Locations
No. 307: Stockholm – from ugly duckling to Europe’s first green capital
No. 306: The Impact of Spatial Externalities: Skills, Education and Firm Productivity
No. 305: Knowledge & Innovation in Space
No. 304: The Geography of Inequality: Difference and Determinants of Wage and Income Inequality across US Metros
No. 303: Persistent Exporter Performance: The importance of internal, local and global knowledge
No. 302: The Role of extensive margins of exports in The Great Export Recovery in Germany, 2009/2010
No. 301: Banks and New Firm Formation
No. 300: Regional Variation of Returns to Education
No. 299: Are low-productive exporters marginal exporters? Evidence from Germany
No. 298: What Do We Learn From Schumpeterian Growth Theory?
No. 297: Internal and External Knowledge – Innovation of Export Varieties.
No. 296: Learning and Productivity of Swedish Exporting Firms: The importance of Innovation Efforts and the Geography of Innovation
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