Scandinavian Working Papers in Economics

Working Paper Series,
Research Institute of Industrial Economics

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No 207: The Firm as a Competent Team
Gunnar Eliasson

No 205: The Economics of Learning: Price Formation when Acquisition of Information is Possible but Costly
Bo Axell

No 204: The EC and the Locational Choice of Swedish Multinational Companies
Birgitta Swedenborg

No 203: The Evolution of Manufacturing Technology and its Impact on Industrial Structure: An International Study
Bo Carlsson

No 202: Ex Post Efficiency and Individual Rationality in Incentive Compatible Trading Mechanisms
Stefan Lundgren

No 201: The International Firm: A Vehicle for Overcoming Barriers to Trade and a Global Intelligence Organization Diffusing the Notion of a Nation
Gunnar Eliasson

No 200: Search Theory, Downward Money Wage Rigidity and the Micro Foundations of the Phillips Curve
Nils Henrik Schager

No 199: Potentials and Pitfalls of Panel Data: The Case of Job Mobility
Anders Björklund

No 198: Job Search and Youth Unemployment: Analysis of Swedish Data
James W. Albrecht, Bertil Holmlund and Harald Lang

No 197: ’MOSES’ (Model of the Swedish Economic System): A Presentation of the Swedish Micro-to-Macro Econometric Model
Gunnar Eliasson

No 196: MOSES macro Accounting System: Updating Procedures
Tomas Nordström

No 195: Causes of Wage Increases in Swedish Manufacturing. A Remarkable Case of Regular Behaviour
Nils Henrik Schager

No 194: Schumpeterian Efficiency of Different Economic Systems
Pavel Pelikan

No 193: Economic Growth in the very Long Run. On the Multiple-Phase Interaction of Population, Technology, and Social Infrastructure
Richard H. Day and Jean-Luc Walter

No 192: Job Mobility and Subsequent Wages in Sweden
Anders Björklund and Bertil Holmlund

No 191: Economic Competence as a Scarce Resource: An Essay on the Limits of Neoclassical Economics and the Need for an Evolutionary Theory
Pavel Pelikan

No 190: Maskiners ekonomiska deprecieringstakt: En studie med hjälp av Box-Cox-transformation
Christina Hartler

No 189: What Can Input Tell About Output? Analyzing Productivity and Efficiency in the Absence of Output measures
Erik Mellander and Bengt-Christer Ysander

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