Scandinavian Working Papers in Economics

Working Papers,
Lund University, Department of Economics

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No 2020:29: Anticipation of COVID-19 Vaccines Reduces Social Distancing
Ola Andersson, Pol Campos-Mercade, Armando N. Meier and Erik Wengström

No 2020:28: Non-Manipulable House Exchange under (Minimum) Equilibrium Prices
Tommy Andersson, Lars Ehlers and Lars-Gunnar Svensson

No 2020:27: Subjective Judgment and Gender Bias in Advice: Evidence from the Laboratory
Juliana Silva Goncalves and Roel van Veldhuizen

No 2020:26: Property Values and the Likelihood of Self-Employment
Åsa Hansson and Fredrik Kopsch

No 2020:25: Have You Benefited From the Tax Reforms? The Distribution of Tax Payments in Sweden after Three Decades of Tax Changes
Åsa Hansson

No 2020:24: Delegation Decisions in Finance
Felix Holzmeister, Martin Holmén, Michael Kirchler, Matthias Stefan and Erik Wengström

No 2020:23: The Electoral Consequences of Nuclear Fallout: Evidence from Chernobyl
Adrian Mehic

No 2020:22: Estimating the Causal Impact of Macroeconomic Conditions on Income-Related Mortality
Ulf-G. Gerdtham, Gawain Heckley and Johannes Lissdaniels

No 2020:21: Macroeconomic Equilibriums, Crises and Fiscal Policy
Fredrik N. G. Andersson

No 2020:20: Globalization, Recruitments and Job Mobility
Carl Davidson, Fredrik Heyman, Steven Matusz, Fredrik Sjöholm and Susan Chun Zhu

No 2020:19: After 25 Years as Faithful Members of the EU. Public Support for the Euro and Trust in the ECB in Austria, Finland and Sweden
Felix Roth and Lars Jonung

No 2020:18: New Evidence on the Importance of Instruction Time for Student Achievement on International Assessments
Jan Bietenbeck and Matthew Collins

No 2020:17: Discontinuous and Continuous Stochastic Choice and Coordination in the Lab
Maxim Goryunov and Alexandros Rigos

No 2020:16: The Quest for Economic Stability: A Study on Swedish Stabilization Policies 1873–2019
Fredrik N. G. Andersson

No 2020:15: Lessons from the Swedish Experience with Negative Central Bank Rates
Fredrik N.G. Andersson and Lars Jonung

No 2020:14: Economic Challenges for East Timor
Mats Lundahl and Fredrik Sjöholm

No 2020:13: Peer Gender and Mental Health
Demid Getik and Armando Meier

No 2020:12: International Trade and Labor Market Integration of Immigrants
Magnus Lodefalk, Fredrik Sjöholm and Aili Tang

No 2020:11: Sweden's Constitution Decides Its Covid-19 Exceptionalism
Lars Jonung

No 2020:10: Monetary Policy and Income Inequality in the United States: The Role of Labor Unions
Josefin Kilman

No 2020:9: The Individual Welfare Costs of Stay-At-Home Policies
Ola Andersson, Pol Campos-Mercade, Fredrik Carlsson, Florian Schneider and Erik Wengström

No 2020:8: Optimal Trade-Off between Economic Activity and Health during an Epidemic
Tommy Andersson, Albin Erlanson, Daniel Spiro and Robert Östling

No 2020:7: The Health Returns of University Eligibility
Gawain Heckley, Martin Nordin and Ulf-G. Gerdtham

No 2020:6: Cultural Gender Norms and Neighbourhood Exposure: Impacts on the Gender Gap in Math
Sanna Ericsson

No 2020:5: Multimarket Contact and Collusion in Online Retail
Hampus Poppius

No 2020:4: Minimum Wages and Firm-Level Employment in a Developing Country
Fredrik Sjöholm

No 2020:3: Lasting Effects of an Import Shock: Channels of Adjustment
Polina Knutsson

No 2020:2: Mining for Mood Effect in the Field
Margaret Samahita and Håkan J. Holm

No 2020:1: Happiness and Gold Prices
Hans Byström

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