Scandinavian Working Papers in Economics

EIJS Working Paper Series,
Stockholm School of Economics, The European Institute of Japanese Studies

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2012 2015 2017

No 166: Foreign Firms and Indonesian Manufacturing Wages: An Analysis with Panel Data
Robert E. Lipsey and Fredrik Sjöholm

No 165: Learning Technological Capability for Vietnam's Industrial Upgrading: Challenges of the Globalization.
Tran Ngoc Ca

No 164: Mapping Out the Japanese Mergers & Acquisitions Patterns - The Influence of Macro Factors on M & As
H. Richard Nakamura

No 163: ECONOMIC GROWTH AND REFORM: LESSONS FROM THE UNITED STATES AND JAPAN
R. Glenn Hubbard

No 162: TECHNOLOGICAL GOVERNANCE IN ASEAN – FAILINGS IN TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER AND DOMESTIC RESEARCH
Jon Sigurdson and Krystyna Palonka

No 161: CRISIS, SOCIAL SECTOR AND INCOME DISTRIBUTION IN SOME SOUTHEAST ASIAN COUNTRIES
Pundarik Mukhopadhaya

No 160: INSTITUTIONAL TRANSITION AND TRANSITION COST: A METHODOLOGICAL CONSIDERATION
Jang-Sup SHIN

No 159: THE JAPANESE CITIZENS INCREASING PARTICIPATION IN “CIVIL SOCIETY”; IMPLICATIONS FOR FOREIGN AID
Marie Söderberg

No 158: Japan's ODA Policy in Northeast Asia
Marie Söderberg

No 157: CHANGES IN JAPANESE FOREIGN AID POLICY
Marie Söderberg

No 156: Growth & Innovation Policies For a Knowledge Economy. Experiences From Finland, Sweden & Singapore.
Magnus Blomström, Ari Kokko and Fredrik Sjöholm

No 155: Making Sense of Japanese Power. The Case of Sino-Japanese Interaction over the Pinnacle Islands.
Linus Hagström

No 154: INTEREST RATE POLICY AND ITS IMPLICATION ON THE BANKING RESTRUCTURING PROGRAMS IN INDONESIA DURING THE 1997-FINANCIAL CRISIS: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION.
Reza Y. Siregar

No 153: THE DEVASTATING CRISIS, SINGAPORE’S EXTRA-ASEAN FREE TRADE AGREEMENTS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR ASEAN
Jose L. Tongzon

No 152: Educational Reforms & Challenges in Southeast Asia
Fredrik Sjöholm

No 151: Prospects for Asian Monetary Cooperation After the Asian Financial Crisis. Pipedream or Possible Reality?
Peter Wilson

No 149: THE BIG CLEANSE: THE JAPANESE RESPONSE TO THE FINANCIAL CRISIS OF 1990'S SEEN FROM A NORDIC PERSPECTIVE
Richard Nakamura

No 148: ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING CAPACITY OF POLICY-MAKING SYSTEM FOR FINANCIAL SYSTEM RECOVERY: THE CASE OF SWEDEN WITH SOME SUGGESTIONS TO JAPAN
Kenji Suzuki

No 147: The Single European Market, Swedish Investment Liberalisation, and Horizontal and Vertical Multinationals.
Thomas Mathä

No 146: Japanese Labor Market Reform. Why Is It So Difficult?
Hiroshi Ono

No 145: Northeast Asian Dynamism: Ten Top Impediments & Countermeasures
Bruce Henry Lambert

No 143: Wrestling with Japanese Tribalism Emerging Collaborative Opportunities For India and Japan
Bruce Henry Lambert

No 142: Export-Led Growth in East Asia: Lessons for Europe's Transition Economies
Ari Kokko

No 141: THE ROLE AND FUNCTION OF EUROPEAN REGIONAL HEADQUARTERS IN JAPANESE MNCs
Tatsuo Mori

No 140: Preliminary Report on the Current State of Mergers & Acquisitions in Japan
Richard Nakamura

No 139: From Natural Resources to High-Tech Production: The Evolution of Industrial Competitiveness in Sweden and Finland
Magnus Blomström and Ari Kokko

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2012 2015 2017
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