Scandinavian Working Papers in Economics

Working Paper Series,
Research Institute of Industrial Economics

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No 135: Analysis of Industrial Structure: A Production Function Approach
Finn R. Førsund and Lennart Hjalmarsson

No 134: Firm Strategies in the Machine Tool Industry in the United States and Sweden: Responses to Technological Challenges and Global Competition
Bo Carlsson

No 133: Effects of Tax Reform on the Demand for Owner-Occupied Housing: A Micro Simulation Approach
David Brownstone, Peter Englund and Mats Persson

No 132: A General FIML Estimator for a Certain Class of Models that are Non-Linear in the Variables
Erik Mellander

No 131: CONRAD – A Maximum Likelihood Program for Estimation of Simultaneous Equations Models that are Non-Linear in the Parameters
Leif Jansson and Erik Mellander

No 130: Fertility and the Opportunities of Children: Evidence on Quantity-Quality Interactions in Sweden
Bertil Holmlund

No 129: Organisation och styrsystem i ett modernt storföretag
Gunnar Eliasson

No 128: Information Criterion and Estimation of Misspecified Qualitative Choice Models
David Brownstone

No 127: Comment on Feldstein and Poterba’s “Unemployment Insurance and Reservation Wages”.
Harald Lang

No 126: An Easy Fixup of the Flaws in Lucas’ ‘Neutrality of Money’
Harald Lang

No 125: Estimates of Bounds for Export Price Elasticities in an Underidentified Simultaneous Two Equation System
Eva Christina Horwitz

No 124: Prisstabilisering genom skattebaserad inkomstpolitik
Bengt-Christer Ysander

No 123: What Can Be Learned from the Chrysler Experience?
Frank Stafford

No 122: The Firm and Financial Markets in the Swedish Micro-to-Macro Model (MOSES): Theory, Model and Verification
Gunnar Eliasson

No 121: Comparative Keynesian Dynamics
Richard A. Day

No 120: Unemployment and Mental Health: Some Evidence from Panel Data
Anders Björklund

No 119: Forestalling the Demise of Empirical Economics: The Role of Microdata in Labor Economics Research
Frank Stafford

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