Scandinavian Working Papers in Economics

Ratio Working Papers,
The Ratio Institute

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No 344: Amundsen versus Scott: Are growth paths related to firm performance?
Alex Coad, Sven-Olov Daunfeldt and Daniel Halvarsson

No 343: Populism, Liberalism and the Quest for Meaning and Community
Nils Karlson

No 342: Business Angels and Firm Performance: First Evidence from Population Data
Fredrik W. Andersson and Magnus Lodefalk

No 341: Recruitment of scarce competences to rural regions: Policies to promote recruitment.
Kristina Nyström

No 340: Job Creation in the Wind Power Sector Through Marshallian and Jacobian Knowledge Spillovers
Luigi Aldieri, Jonas Grafström and Concetto Paolo Vinci

No 339: Broken commitments and unfulfilled expectations: An explorative study of Swedish Labor Court cases
Charlotta Stern and Linda Weidenstedt

No 338: Breaking Circular Economy Barriers
Jonas Grafström and Siri Aasma

No 337: Wage Setting as a Discovery Process - Why local is superior to central even if one is skeptical towards performance based pay
Charlotta Stern

No 336: An Austrian economic perspective on failed Chinese wind power development
Jonas Grafström

No 335: International Trade and Labor Market Integration of Immigrants
Magnus Lodefalk, Fredrik Sjöholm and Aili Tang

No 334: Stockholm City’s Elderly Care and Covid19: Interview with Barbro Karlsson
Charlotta Stern and Daniel Klein

No 333: Balancing employment protection and what’s good for the company - Intended and un-intended consequences of a semi-coercive institution
Charlotta Stern and Linda Weidenstedt

No 332: Are New Shopping Centers Drivers of Development in Large Metropolitan Suburbs? The Interplay of Agglomeration and Competition Forces.
Oana Mihaescu, Martin Korpi and Özge Öner

No 331: Bureaucrats or Markets in Innovation Policy? – A critique of the entrepreneurial state
Nils Karlson, Christian Sandström and Karl Wennberg

No 330: Work Environment and Competition in Swedish Schools, 1999-2011
Abiel Sebhatu, Karl Wennberg, Erik Lakomaa and Maria Brandén

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