Accepted articles

Articles accepted for publication in refereed journals and edited volumes 2017

A listing of articles accepted for publication in scientific journals or collective volumes. In many cases, it takes one to two years of review before an article is published. Following publication, all items are listed as Published Articles in English.

Edquist, Harald och Magnus Henrekson, "Swedish Lessons: How Important are ICT and R&D to Economic Growth?". Structural Change and Economic Dynamics. Accepted May 2017

Bergh, Andreas, Günther Fink and Richard Öhrvall, "More Politicians, More Corruption: Evidence from Swedish Municipalities". Public Choice. Accepted May 2017

Öner, Özge, Johan Klaesson and Esteban Ochoa Lopez, "Who Works Longer—and Why? Regional and Individual Characteristics in the Timing of Retirement". Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie. Accepted May 2017

Elert, Niklas och Magnus Henrekson, "Entrepreneurship and Institutions: A Bidirectional Relationship". Foundations and Trends in Entrepreneurship. Accepted May 2017

Tanndal, Julia and Daniel Waldenström, "Does Financial Deregulation Boost Top Incomes? Evidence from the Big Bang". Economica. Accepted May 2017

Berggren, Niclas, Christian Bjørnskov and Therese Nilsson, "Do Equal Rights for a Minority Affect General Life Satisfaction?". Journal of Happiness Studies. Accepted April 2017

Dequiedt, Vianney and Yves Zenou, "Local and Consistent Centrality Measures in Parameterized Networks". Mathematical Social Sciences. Accepted April 2017

Backman, Mikaela, Johan Klaesson and Özge Öner, "Innovation in the Hospitality Industry – Firm or Location?". Tourism Economics. Accepted April 2017

Henrekson, Magnus, "Taxation of Swedish Firm Owners: The Great Reversal from the 1970s to the 2010s". Nordic Tax Journal. Accepted April 2017

Adermon, Adrian, Mikael Lindahl and Daniel Waldenström, "Intergenerational Wealth Mobility and the Role of Inheritance: Evidence from Multiple Generations". Economic Journal. Accepted March 2017

Heufer, Jan and Per Hjertstrand, "Homothetic Efficiency: Theory and Applications". Journal of Business & Economic Statistics. Accepted March 2017

Heller Sahlgren, Gabriel, "Retirement Blues". Journal of Health Economics. Accepted March 2017

Svensson, Roger, "The Search for Seignorage: Periodic Re-Coinage in Medieval Sweden". Scandinavian Economic History Review. Accepted March 2017

Färnstrand Damsgaard, Erika, Per Hjertstrand, Pehr-Johan Norbäck, Lars Persson and Helder Vasconcelos, "Why Entrepreneurs Choose Risky R&D Projects ‒ But Still Not Risky Enough". Economic Journal. Accepted February 2017

Berg, Aron, Pehr-Johan Norbäck and Lars Persson, "Cross-Border Mergers & Acquisitions with Financially Constrained Owners". Review of World Economics. Accepted February 2017

Baziki, Selva B., Pehr-Johan Norbäck, Lars Persson and Joacim Tåg, "Cross-Border Acquisitions and Restructuring: Multinational Enterprises versus Private Equity-Firms". European Economic Review. Accepted February 2017

Elert, Niklas and Magnus Henrekson, "Status Quo Institutions and the Benefits of Institutional Deviations". International Review of Entrepreneurship. Accepted February 2017

Berggren, Niclas and Christian Bjørnskov, "The Market-Promoting and Market-Preserving Role of Social Trust in Reforms of Policies and Institutions". Southern Economic Journal. Accepted January 2017

Lindbeck, Assar and Mats Persson, "Norms, Incentives and Information in Income Insurance". Journal of Political Economy. Accepted January 2017

Waldenström, Daniel, "Wealth-Income Ratios in a Small, Developing Economy". Journal of Economic History. Accepted January 2017

Lundberg, Jacob and Daniel Waldenström, "Wealth Inequality in Sweden: What Can We Learn from Capitalized Income Tax Data?". Review of Income and Wealth. Accepted January 2017

Machado, Carla, Edison Pinheiro de Lima, Jannis Angelis, Rosana Mattiado and Sergio da Costa, "Developing a Maturity Framework for Sustainable Operations Management". International Journal of Production Economics. Accepted January 2017

Sick of Inequality?

An Introduction to the Relationship between Inequality and Health

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In this book Andreas Bergh, Therese Nilsson, IFN and Lund University, and Daniel Waldenström, IFN and Paris School of Economics, France, review the latest research on the relationship between inequality and health. What does inequality mean for our health? Does increasing income inequality affect outcomes such as obesity, life expectancy and subjective well-being?


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