Scandinavian Working Papers in Economics

Working Paper Series,
IFAU - Institute for Evaluation of Labour Market and Education Policy

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No 2009:32: Income support systems, labour supply incentives and employment – some cross-country evidence
Anders Forslund and Peter Fredriksson

No 2009:31: Labour supply incentives and income support systems in Estonia
Andres Võrk

No 2009:30: Labour supply incentives, income support systems and taxes in Sweden
Anders Forslund

No 2009:29: Welfare reforms and labour supply in Italy
Agar Brugiavini

No 2009:28: Institutions and labor market outcomes in the Netherlands
Pieter A. Gautier and Bas van der Klaauw

No 2009:27: How do income-support systems in the UK affect labour force participation?
Mike Brewer

No 2009:26: Income support systems, labor market policies and labor supply: the German experience
Marco Caliendo

No 2009:25: Local polynomial regression with truncated or censored response
Maria Karlsson, Eva Cantoni and Xavier de Luna

No 2009:24: Seeking similarity: how immigrants and natives manage at the labor market
Olof Åslund, Lena Hensvik and Oskar Nordström Skans

No 2009:23: Effects of outsourcing employment services: evidence from a randomized experiment
Helge Bennmarker, Erik Grönqvist and Björn Öckert

No 2009:22: How effective are unemployment benefit sanctions? Looking beyond unemployment exit
Patrick Arni, Rafael Lalive and Jan C. van Ours

No 2009:21: Age at migration and social integration
Olof Åslund, Anders Böhlmark and Oskar Nordström Skans

No 2009:20: Peers, neighborhoods and immigrant student achievement – evidence from a placement policy
Olof Åslund, Per-Anders Edin, Peter Fredriksson and Hans Grönqvist

No 2009:19: Stability of college rankings - A study of relative earnings estimates applying different methods and models on Swedish data
Marie Gartell

No 2009:18: Monitoring job offer decisions, punishments, exit to work, and job quality
Gerard J. van den Berg and Johan Vikström

No 2009:17: Social stratification and out-of-school learning
Christian Andersson and Per Johansson

No 2009:16: Experimental evidence from intensified placement efforts among unemployed in Sweden
Pathric Hägglund

No 2009:15: Cluster sample inference using sensitivity analysis: the case with few groups
Johan Vikström

No 2009:14: The duration of paid parental leave and children’s scholastic performance
Qian Liu and Oskar Nordström Skans

No 2009:13: The effect of employer incentives in social insurance on individual wages
Johan Vikström

No 2009:12: Sensitivity analysis of the unconfoundedness assumption in observational studies
Xavier de Luna and Mathias Lundin

No 2009:11: Neighbourhoods, economic incentives and post compulsory education choices
Lars Lindvall

No 2009:10: Unemployment and subsequent earnings for Swedish college graduates: a study of scarring effects
Marie Gartell

No 2009:9: Does making upper secondary school more comprehensive affect dropout rates, educational attainment and earnings? Evidence from a Swedish pilot scheme
Caroline Hall

No 2009:8: Putting teenagers on the pill: the consequences of subsidized contraception
Hans Grönqvist

No 2009:7: Does child spacing affect children’s outcomes? Evidence from a Swedish reform
Per Pettersson-Lidbom and Peter Skogman Thoursie

No 2009:6: School tracking and development of cognitive skills
Tuomas Pekkarinen, Roope Uusitalo and Sari Kerr

No 2009:5: Female labor supply and parental leave benefits – the causal effect of paying higher transfers for a shorter period of time
Annette Bergemann and Regina T. Riphahn

No 2009:4: Job durations with worker and firm specific effects: MCMC estimation with longitudinal employer-employee data
Guillaume Horny, Rute Mendes and Gerard J van den Berg

No 2009:3: Vacancy referrals, job search and the duration of unemployment: a randomized experiment
Per Engström, Patrik Hesselius and Bertil Holmlund

No 2009:2: Sick of your colleagues' absence?
Patrik Hesselius, Per Johansson and Peter Nilsson

No 2009:1: Active labor market policy effects in a dynamic setting
Bruno Crépon, Marc Ferracci, Grégory Jolivet and Gerard J. van den Berg

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