Scandinavian Working Papers in Economics

Working Papers,
Copenhagen Business School, Department of Economics


No 18-2021: Developing Hydrogen Infrastructure and Demand: An Evolutionary Game and the Case of China
Tian Zhao, Zhixin Liu and Tooraj Jamasb

No 17-2021: The Impact of the Spatial Population Distribution on Economic Growth
Constantin Burgi and Nisan Gorgulu

No 16-2021: The Long Covid of Energy Markets and Prices
Chenyan Lyu, Tooraj Jamasb and Jan Peter Georg Spanholtz

No 15-2021: Commuting, Children and the Gender Wage Gap
Malte Borghorst, Ismir Mulalic and Jos van Ommeren

No 14-2021: Transportation and Quality of Life: Evidence from Denmark
Jesper Hybel and Ismir Mulalic

No 13-2021: Regional Carbon Markets in China: Cointegration and Heterogeneity
Chenyan Lyu

No 12-2021: Alleviating Energy Poverty in Europe: Front-runners and Laggards
Ana Rodríguez-Álvarez, Manuel Llorca and Tooraj Jamasb

No 11-2021: Give it Another Shot: Startup Experience and the Mobilization of Human Resources in New Ventures
Vera Rocha and Dario Pozzoli

No 10-2021: Energy Use Beyond GDP: A Dynamic Panel Analysis with Different Development Indicators
Chiara Ravetti and Carlo Cambini

No 9-2021: Worker Reallocation, Firm Innovation, and Chinese Import Competition
Grace Gu, Samreen Malik, Dario Pozzoli and Vera Rocha

No 8-2021: How Local is the Local Inflation Factor? Evidence from Emerging European Countries
Oguzhan Cepni and Michael P. Clements

No 7-2021: Choice of Social Security System
Birthe Larsen and Gisela Waisman

No 6-2021: Electrification and Welfare for the Marginalized: Evidence from India
Ashish Kumar Sedai, Tooraj Jamasb, Rabindra Nepal and Ray Miller

No 5-2021: Chinese Import Competition, Offshoring and Servitization
Grace Gu, Samreen Malik, Dario Pozzoli and Vera Rocha

No 4-2021: Gender Norms and Specialization in Household Production: Evidence from a Danish Parental Leave Reform
Anne Sophie Lassen

No 3-2021: Weighing Sample Evidence
Karol Szwagrzak

No 2-2021: Interest Rate Uncertainty and the Predictability of Bank Revenues
Oguzhan Cepni, Riza Demirer, Rangan Gupta and Ahmet Sensoy

No 1-2021: Diversifier or More? Hedge and Safe Haven Properties of Green Bonds During COVID-19
Muhammad Arif, Muhammad Abubakr Naeem, Saqib Farid, Rabindra Nepal and Tooraj Jamasb

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