No. 2019:3: Income, Education and Democracy - Stephen L. Parente, Luis Felipe Sáenz and Anna Seim

No. 2019:2: Dynastic Human Capital, Inequality and Intergenerational Mobility - Adrian Adermon, Mikael Lindahl and Mårten Palme

No. 2019:1: National Industry Trade Shocks, Local Labor Markets, and Agglomeration Spillovers - Ines Helm

No. 2018:5: Is It Worth It? On the Returns to Holding Political Office - Heléne Berg

No. 2018:4: The Stockholm School in a New Age – Erik Lundberg and the Swedish Model - Lennart Erixon.

No. 2018:3: Politicians’ Payments in a Proportional Party System - Helene Berg.

No. 2018:2: The Relative Skill Demand of Superstar Firms and Aggregate Implications - Anders Akerman.

No. 2018:1: Trust based evaluation in a market oriented school system - Jonas Vlachos.

No. 2017:8: Fiscal Consolidation Programs and Income Inequality - Pedro Brinca, Miguel Ferreira, Francesco Franco, Hans Holter and Laurence Malafry.

No. 2017:7: Brexit - balancing trade and mobility? - Rikard Forslid and Sten Nyberg.

No. 2017:6: Why are real interest rates so low? Evidence from a structural VAR with sign restrictions - Annika Alexius.

No. 2017:5: Political Power, Resistance to Technological Change and Economic Development: Evidence from the 19th century Sweden - Bjorn Tyrefors Hinnerich, Erik Lindgren and Per Pettersson-Lidbom.

No. 2017:4: Trade Liberalization, Transboundary Pollution and Market Size - Rikard Forslid, Toshihiro Okubo and Mark Sanctuary.

 

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