Scandinavian Working Papers in Economics

Working Paper Series,
Research Institute of Industrial Economics


No 1481: Paying with Personal Data
Gisle J. Natvik and Thomas Tangerås

No 1480: Type 1 Diabetes and Youth Sports in Sweden: A Field Experiment on Discrimination
Ali Ahmed and Mats Hammarstedt

No 1479: Investment Treaties and the Replacement of Stranded Investment
Henrik Horn and Mark Sanctuary

No 1478: Learning from Overrated Mission-Oriented Innovation Policies: Seven Takeaways
Magnus Henrekson, Christian Sandström and Mikael Stenkula

No 1477: Non-Financial Liabilities and Effective Corporate Restructuring
Bo Becker and Jens Josephson

No 1476: Free to Improve? The Impact of Free School Attendance in England
Marco Bertoni, Gabriel Heller-Sahlgren and Olma Silva

No 1475: From Wall Street to Work Floor: How Private Equity Buyouts Affect Workers
Martin Olsson and Joacim Tåg

No 1474: Bottom-Up Policies Trump Top-Down Missions
Magnus Henrekson and Mikael Stenkula

No 1473: Freedom of Expression and Social Conflict
Christian Bjørnskov and Jacob Mchangama

No 1472: Independent-School Competition and Sweden's Performance in TIMSS
Gabriel Heller-Sahlgren

No 1471: Does Capitalism Disfavor Women? Evidence from Life Satisfaction
Niclas Berggren and Christian Bjørnskov

No 1470: Climate Policy and Trade in Polluting Technologies
Shon Ferguson and Roweno J.R.K. Heijmans

No 1469: The Return of Borders in the World Economy: An EU-Perspective
Fredrik Sjöholm

No 1468: The Profit Motive in the Classroom—Friend or Foe?
Niklas Elert and Magnus Henrekson

No 1467: Wind Power and the Cost of Local Compensation Schemes: A Swedish Revenue Sharing Policy Simulation
Erik Lundin

No 1466: Navigating the New Normal: The European Union's Changing Stance on Globalization in the Era of Trade Conflicts
Fredrik Sjöholm

No 1465: The Changed Geopolitical Map: Implications for Business Policy in a Sustainable Finance Perspective
Pervez N. Ghauri, Lars Oxelheim and Trond Randøy

No 1464: Wind Power Approval, Decentralization, and NIMBYism: Evidence from the Swedish Greens
Erik Lundin

No 1463: The Effect of Financial Constraints on Inventory Holdings
Emil Bustos

No 1462: Inventors among the “Impoverished Sophisticate”
Thor Berger and Erik Prawitz

No 1461: Family Firms: In All Shapes and Sizes
Emma Gunnarsson, Anders Kärnä, Martin Olsson and Lars Persson

No 1460: Multi-Unit Auctions with Uncertain Supply and Single-Unit Demand
Edward Anderson and Pär Holmberg

No 1459: The Different Returns to Cognitive Ability in the Labor and Capital Markets
Spencer Bastani, Kristina Karlsson and Daniel Waldenström

No 1458: The Impact of Relative CEO Pay on Employee Productivity
Aaron Afzali, Lars Oxelheim, Trond Randøy and João Paulo Vieito

No 1457: Importing Automation and Wage Inequality through Foreign Acquisitions
Malin Gardberg, Fredrik Heyman and Joacim Tåg

No 1456: The Effect of Centrally Bargained Wages on Firm Growth
Emil Bustos

No 1455: Nonresponse Bias in Trust Surveys
Andreas Bergh, Christian Bjørnskov and Richard Öhrvall

No 1454: Why Big Data Can Make Creative Destruction More Creative – But Less Destructive
Pehr-Johan Norbäck and Lars Persson

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