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Department of Economics, Lund University Working Papers, Department of Economics, Lund University
  • 1998 (No. 1998:3 to 1998:6)
  • 1999 (No. 1999:1 to 1999:9)
  • 2000 (No. 2000:1 to 2000:21)
  • 2001 (No. 2001:1 to 2001:23)
  • 2002 (No. 2002:1 to 2002:20)
  • 2003 (No. 2003:1 to 2003:20)
  • 2004 (No. 2004:1 to 2004:30)
  • 2005 (No. 2005:1 to 2005:45)
  • 2006 (No. 2006:1 to 2006:23)
  • 2007 (No. 2007:1 to 2007:20)
  • 2008 (No. 2008:1 to 2008:19)
  • 2009 (No. 2009:1 to 2009:20)
  • 2010 (No. 2010:1 to 2010:17)
  • 2011 (No. 2011:1 to 2011:39)
  • 2012 (No. 2012:1 to 2012:33)
  • 2013 (No. 2013:1 to 2013:43)
  • 2014 (No. 2014:1 to 2014:44)
  • 2015 (No. 2015:1 to 2015:36)
  • 2016 (No. 2016:1 to 2016:37)
2017

No. 2017:10: Making Direct Democracy Work. An economic perspective on the graphe paranomon in ancient Athens Full Text
Carl Hampus Lyttkens, George Tridimas and Anna Lindgren

No. 2017:9: The Effects of Schooling on Wealth Accumulation Approaching Retirement Full Text
Paul Bingley and Alessandro Martinello

No. 2017:8: Capital Taxation and Investment: Matching 100 Years of Wealth Inequality Dynamics Full Text
Gregor Boehl and Thomas Fischer

No. 2017:7: Information, Switching Costs, and Consumer Choice: Evidence from Two Randomized Field Experiments in Swedish Primary Health Care Full Text
Anders Anell, Jens Dietrichson, Lina Maria Ellegård and Gustav Kjellsson

No. 2017:6: The Features of a Survey on the Export Decisions of Swedish Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Full Text
Joakim Gullstrand

No. 2017:5: Mortality and the Business Cycle: Evidence from Individual and Aggregated Data Full Text
Gerard J. van den Berg, Ulf-G. Gerdtham, Stephanie von Hinke, Maarten Lindeboom, Johannes Lissdaniels, Jan Sundquist and Kristina Sundquist

No. 2017:4: Cooperation, Framing and Political Attitudes Full Text
Toke R. Fosgaard, Lars G. Hansen and Erik Wengström

No. 2017:3: Risk and Cooperation: Experimental Evidence from Stochastic Public Good Games Full Text
Stepan Vesely and Erik Wengström

No. 2017:2: How Tolerant Should Inflation-Targeting Central Banks Be? Selecting the Proper Tolerance Band - Lessons from Sweden Full Text
Fredrik N. G. Andersson and Lars Jonung

No. 2017:1: Thomas Piketty and the Rate of Time Preference Full Text
Thomas Fischer


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