No 2019:20: Does inequality reduce mobility? The Great Gatsby Curve and its mechanisms
No 2019:19: Individual Consequences of Occupational Decline
Per-Anders Edin, Tiernan Evans, Georg Graetz, Sofia Hernnäs and Guy Michaels
No 2019:18: Long-Run Effects of Dynamically Assigned Treatments: a New Methodology and an Evaluation of Training Effects on Earnings
Gerard J. van den Berg and Johan Vikström
No 2019:17: Decentralization of wage determination. Evidence from a national teacher reform.
No 2019:16: In-work benefits across Europe
No 2019:15: Employment outcomes and policies in Sweden during recent decades
No 2019:14: Equal treatment for highly qualified labour migrants
Petra Herzfeld Olsson
No 2019:13: Unemployment insurance and wage formation
Mathias von Buxhoeveden
No 2019:12: Unemployment insurance and youth labor market entry
Mathias von Buxhoeveden
No 2019:11: Economic incentives, home production and gender identity norms
Andrea Ichino, Martin Olsson, Barbara Petrongolo and Peter Skogman Thoursie
No 2019:10: Skills, education and fertility -and the confounding impact of family background
Francis Kramarz, Oskar Nordström Skans and Olof Rosenqvist
No 2019:8: Explaining gender gap variation across assessment forms
Georg Graetz and Arizo Karimi
No 2019:7: A multi-sensory tutoring program for students at-risk of reading difficultiesa. Evidence from a randomized field experiment.
Martin Bøg, Jens Dietrichson and Anna Aldenius Isaksson
No 2019:6: Taxes, frictions and asset shifting: when Swedes disinherited themselves
Sebastian Escobar, Henry Ohlsson and Håkan Selin
No 2019:5: The impact of sanctions for young welfare recipients on transitions to work and wages and on dropping out
Gerard J. van den Berg, Arne Uhlendorff and Joachim Wolff
No 2019:4: Effects of school closures on displaced students and future cohorts in Sweden 2000-2016.
Jonas Larsson Taghizadeh
No 2019:3: Parental job loss and child human capital in the short and long run
Eva Mörk, Anna Sjögren and Helena Svaleryd
No 2019:2: Speedy responses: Effects of higher benefits on take-up and division of parental leave
No 2019:1: Does childcare improve the health of children with unemployed parents? Evidence from Swedish childcare access reform.
Aino-Maija Aalto, Eva Mörk, Anna Sjögren and Helena Svaleryd
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