Working Papers in Economics
No. 156: Diamonds Are a Rebel’s Best Friend
No. 155: Does it Matter When a Power Outage Occurs? - A Choice Experiment Study on the Willingness to Pay to Avoid Power Outages
No. 154: Willingness to Pay among Swedish Households to Avoid Power Outages - A Random Parameter Tobit Model Approach
No. 153: Does job loss shorten life?
No. 152: Potential Rent and Overcapacity in the Swedish Baltic Sea Trawl Fishery
No. 151: Contingent valuation of community plantations in Ethiopia: a look into value elicitation formats and intra-household preference variations
No. 150: Preferences With and Without Prices - does the price attribute affect behavior in stated preference surveys?
No. 149: Consumer willingness to pay for farm animal welfare - transportation of farm animals to slaughter versus the use of mobile abattoirs
No. 148: Trade Reform and Wage Inequality in Kenya, 1964-2000
No. 147: The Political Economy of Refunded Emissions Payment Programs
No. 146: Unbundling Ex-Colonies: A Comment on Acemoglu, Johnson, and Robinson, 2001
No. 145: Labor market regimes and the effects of monetary policy
No. 144: Voting and the Macroeconomy
No. 143: Identifying central bank’s preferences: the case of Poland
No. 142: Kenya’s Development Path and Factor Prices 1964-2000
No. 141: Honestly, why are you driving a BMW?
No. 140: Does stake size matter in trust games?
No. 139: Global environmental problems, efficiency and limited altruism
No. 138: The Effect of Past Sickness on Current Earnings in Sweden
No. 137: WHY ARE THE SICKNESS ABSENCES SO LONG IN SWEDEN
No. 136: “Never on a Sunday”: Economic Incentives and Sick Leave in Sweden
No. 135: The Echo of Job Displacement
No. 134: Competition in the Swedish Coffee Market
No. 133: ASSESSING THE EMPLOYMENT EFFECTS OF VOCATIONAL TRAINING USING A ONE-FACTOR MODEL
No. 132: Are Underwriter-Analysts More Informed? Scandinavian Evidence
No. 131: Evaluating the welfare effects of improved water quality using the choice experiment method
No. 130: Structural Change, Capital’s Contribution, and Economic Efficiency: Sources of China’s Economic Growth Between 1952-1998
No. 129: Consumer benefits of labels and bans on genetically modified food - An empirical analysis using Choice Experiments
No. 128: Using Cheap-Talk as a Test of Validity in Choice Experiments
No. 127: An Empirical Analysis of Provincial Productivity in China (1979-2001)
No. 126: Heterogeneous preferences for marine amenities: A choice experiment applied to water quality
No. 125: Measuring marginal values of noise disturbance from air traffic: Does the time of the day matter?
No. 124: Performance of the Swedish Real Estate Sector 1998-2002
No. 123: Airline choice, switching costs and frequent flyer programs
No. 122: Can Japan Make a Comeback?
No. 121: Eli Heckscher Today: A Bibliometric Picture
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