Pehr-Johan Norbäck

Working papers

Heterogeneous Firms, Globalization and the Distance Puzzle (with Mario Larch, Steffen Sirries and Dieter Urban). Working Paper No. 957, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Stockholm 2013.

Employment Protection and Multinational Enterprises: Theory and Evidence from Micro Data (with Jing-Lin Duanmu and Per Skedinger). Working Paper No. 935, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Stockholm 2012.

International Mergers with Financially Constrained Owners (with Aron Berg and Lars Persson). Working Paper No. 927, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Stockholm 2012.

Why Entrepreneurs Choose Risky R&D Projects – But Still Not Risky Enough (with Erika Färnstrand Damsgaard, Lars Persson and Helder Vasconcelos). Working Paper No. 926, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Stockholm 2012.

Entrepreneurial Innovations and Taxation (with Andreas Haufler, and Lars Persson). Working Paper No. 896, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Stockholm 2012.

Acquisitions, Entry and Innovation in Network Industries (with Lars Persson, and Joacim Tåg). Working Paper No. 867, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Stockholm, 2011.

Ownership Efficiency and Tax Advantages: The Case of Private Equity Buyouts (with Lars Persson, and Joacim Tåg). Working Paper No. 841, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Stockholm, 2010.

Buying to sell: A theory of buyouts (with Lars Persson, and Joacim Tåg), Working Paper No. 817, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, 2010.

Entrepreneurial Innovations, Entrepreneurship Policy and Globalisation (with Robin Douhan, and Lars Persson), Working Paper No. 807, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, 2009.

Creative Destruction and Productive Preemption (with Lars Persson, and Roger Svensson), Working Paper No. 799, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, 2009.

The Organization of the Innovations Industry: Entrepreneurs, Venture Capitalists and Oligopolists (with Lars Persson), Working Paper No. 783, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Stockholm, 2009.

Getting a Better Price: Strategic Behavior before Changes in Ownership of Corporate Assets (with Richard Friberg, and Lars Persson), Working Paper No. 777, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Stockholm, 2008.

Venture Capitalists, Assymetric Information, and Ownership in the Innovation Process (with Simona Fabrizi, Steffen Lippert and Lars Persson), Working Paper No. 776, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Stockholm, 2008.

Should R&D Champions be Protected from Foreign Takeovers? (with Oliver Bertrand, Katariina Nilsson Hakkala and Lars Persson), Working Paper No. 772, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Stockholm, 2008.

Privatization, Investment and Ownership Efficiency (with Richard Friberg and Lars Persson), Working Paper No. 744, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Stockholm, 2008.

Cross-Border Mergers & Acquisitions Policy in Service Markets (with Lars Persson), Working Paper No. 743, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Stockholm, 2008.

Cross-Border Acquisition or Greenfield Entry: Does it Matter for Affiliate R&D? (with Olivier Bertrand and Katariina Nilsson Hakkala), Working Paper No. 693, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Stockholm, 2007.

Entrepreneurial Innovations, Competition and Competition Policy (with Lars Persson and Jonas Vlachos), Working Paper No. 670, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, 2006.

Cross-Border Acquisitions and Corporate Taxes: Efficiency and Tax Revenues (with Lars Persson and Jonas Vlachos), Working Paper No. 663, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, 2006.

Investment Liberalization - Why a Restrictive Cross-Border Merger Policy can be Counterproductive (with Lars Persson), Working Paper No. 644, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, 2005. Also published in Journal of International Economics.

Asymmetric Effects of Corruption on FDI: Evidence from Swedish Multinational Firms (with Katariina Hakkala and Helena Svaleryd), Working Paper No 641, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Stockholm, 2005.

The Organization of the Innovation Industry: Entrepreneurs, Venture Capitalists, and Oligopolists (with Lars Persson), Working Paper No. 626, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, 2004.

Do Mergers Result in Collusion? (with Mattias Ganslandt), Working Paper No. 621, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, 2004.

Privatization Policy in an International Oligopoly (with Lars Persson), Working Paper No. 608, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, 2003.

Privatization and Restructuring in Concentrated Markets (with Lars Persson), Working Paper No. 605, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, 2003.

Endogenous Asset Ownership Structures in Deregulated Markets (with Lars Persson), Working Paper No. 604, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, 2003.

Reconciling the Evidence of the Knowledge Capital Model (with Henrik Braconier and Dieter Urban), Working Paper No. 590, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Stockholm, 2003. Also published in Review of International Economics.

Vertical FDI Revisited (with Henrik Braconier and Dieter Urban), Working Paper No. 579, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Stockholm, 2002.

Investment Liberalizations: Who Benefits from Cross-Border Mergers? (with Lars Persson), CEPR Discussion Paper 3166, 2002.

Cross-Border Acquisitions and Greenfield Entry (with Lars Persson), Working Paper No. 570, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Stockholm, 2002.

Privatization and Foreign Competition (with Lars Persson), CEPR Discussion Paper 2735, 2001.

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Research on entrepreneurship

 

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Professor Philippe Aghion, Collège de France, is the winner of the Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research 2016. He will receive the award at a ceremony on May 10, 2016, in Stockholm.

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