Scandinavian Working Papers in Economics

Ratio Working Papers,
The Ratio Institute

2019

No 329: IPRs and Appropriability in the Digital Era: Evidence from the Swedish Video (Computer) Games Industry
Vicky Long

No 328: Wholesale firms: A catalyst for Swedish exports?
Sven-Olov Daunfeldt, Erik Engberg, Daniel Halvarsson, Ari Kokko and Patrik Tingvall

No 327: Asymmetric Double Pareto Distributions: Maximum Likelihood Estimation with Application to the Growth Rate Distribution of Firms.
Daniel Halvarsson

No 326: Incubator specialization and size: divergent paths towards operational scale
Magnus Klofsten, Erik Lundmark, Karl Wennberg and Megan Bank

No 325: The American Dream Lives in Sweden: Trends in intergenerational absolute income mobility
Erik Liss, Martin Korpi and Karl Wennberg

No 324: Working for an entrepreneur: Heaven or Hell?
Kristina Nyström

No 323: 2 EDITORIAL: ENHANCING QUANTITATIVE THEORY-TESTING ENTREPRENEURSHIP RESEARCH
Karl Wennberg, Brian S. Anderson and Jeffrey McMullen

No 322: EDITORIAL: ENHANCING QUANTITATIVE EXPLORATORY ENTREPRENEURSHIP RESEARCH
Karl Wennberg and Brian S. Andersson

No 321: Busy Doing Nothing – Why Politicians Implement Ineffcient Policies
Anders Gustafsson

No 320: Public policy failures related to China´s Wind Power Development
Jonas Grafström

No 319: Labor market Integration of Refugees in Scandinavia after 2015
Patrick Joyce

No 318: Trademarks and Appropriability in the Digital Era: Evidences from Swedish Video Games Industry
Vicky Long and Bengt Domeij

No 317: Ratio Working Paper No. 317: China’s Wind Power Development – An Anatomy of Mishaps
Jonas Grafström

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