Other publications

This section includes discontinued publication series and publications that cannot be classified under other headings. The discontinued series include IUI Research Reports and Stencils from IUI, all of which contain older internally published research at the Institute. Most of the essays under this heading are in Swedish and can be found  in the corresponding Swedish section.

Andersson, Martin and Joakim Wernberg (2016), States of the Digital Region 2016: Cities Connecting the Digital Economy in the Baltic Sea Region. Copenhagen: Top of Digital Europe.

Lindbeck, Assar (2006), “Market Reforms, Welfare Arrangements and Stabilization Policy – A Triple Interaction in Employment Policy”. Paper presented at the OECD Minister Conference, June 15–16, Toronto.

Braconier, Henrik and Karolina Ekholm (2001), Locating Foreign Affiliates in Germany: The Case of Swedish MNEs. Hamburg: Hamburgisches Welt-Wirtschafts Archiv.

Weibull, Jörgen (2000), Testing Game Theory. Stockholm: Stockholm School of Economics.

Braconier, Henrik (2000), Public Pension Systems and the Cyclical Sensitivity of Public Finances in the Nordic Countries. Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers.

Modén, Karl-Markus (1998), Foreign Acquisitions of Swedish Companies: Effects on R&D and Productivity. Stockholm: Invest in Sweden Agency.

Lindbeck, Assar (1997), “Welfare State Dynamics”. European Economy – Reports and Studies. European Commission, Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs. Brussels: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities.

Fölster, Stefan (1997), “Social Insurance Based on Personal Savings Accounts: A Possible Reform Strategy for Overburdened Welfare States?”. European Economy – Reports and Studies. European Commission, Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs. Brussels: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities.

Fors, Gunnar (1997), Foreign Direct Investment and Other Private Capital Flows to Sub-Saharan Africa. Stockholm: Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA).

Ekholm, Karolina and Rikard Forslid (1997), “Agglomeration in a Core-Periphery Model with Vertically and Horizontally Integrated Firms”. London: CEPR.

Lundvik, Petter (1996), Generational Accounting in a Small Open Economy. Stockholm: National Institute for Economic Research.

Pelikan, Pavel (1995), State-Owned Enterprises after Socialism: The Case for Rapid Privatization through Vouchers and Secondary Trading. Stockholm: Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE), Stockholm School of Economics.

Modén, Karl-Markus (1995), “The Impact of Tax Reform on Foreign Direct Investment”. Tax Reform Evaluation Report No. 17. Stockholm: National Institute of Economic Research/Economic Council.

Lundborg, Per (1995), Taxes and Job Mobility in the Swedish Labor Market. Stockholm: Swedish Governmental Agency for Innovation Systems.

Andersson, Thomas (1995), “Foreign Direct Investment and Employment in Sweden”. In Foreign Direct Investment, Trade and Employment. Paris: OECD.

Braunerhjelm, Pontus and Gunnar Fors (1994), The Zimbabwean Manufacturing Sector: Current Status and Future Development Potentials. Stockholm: Swedecorp.

Eliasson, Gunnar (1994), "Markets for Learning and Educational Services – A Micro Explanation of the Role of Education and Development of Competence in Macroeconomic Growth". Report to CERI on the topic Investment in Education and Economic Growth. Paris: OECD.

Eliasson, Gunnar (1993), “The Micro Frustrations of Privatizing Eastern Europe”. In Privatization in Economies in Transition. Geneva: ICMB [International Centre for Monetary and Banking Studies].

Trofimov, Giorgi (1991), “Information Sharing about Uncertain Technology Performance under Oligopolistic Competition”. Stockholm: Mimeo from IUI.

Taymaz, Erol (1991), “R&D and Information Networks: Experiments with MOSES”. Stockholm: Mimeo from IUI.

Taymaz, Erol (1991), “Calibration of Micro-to-Macro Simulation Models”. Stockholm: Mimeo from IUI.

Andersson, Thomas and Kurt Brännäs (1991), Modelling and Estimation of Nationalizations and Investment Flows in Less Developed Countries. Stockholm: Stockholm School of Economics.

Pelikan, Pavel (1990), Evolution of Structures, Schumpeter Efficiency, and a Limit to Socialist Economic Reforms. Stockholm: Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics, Stockholm School of Economics.

Granstrand, Ove (1990), The Use of Patents for the Protection of Technological Innovation: A Case Study of Selected Swedish Firms. New York: UNCTAD.

Granstrand, Ove (1987), Technological Substitution and Industrial Change. CIM Report No. 87:01. Chalmers University of Technology: Department of Industrial Management.

Björklund, Anders and Bertil Holmlund (1987), Effects of Extended Unemployment Compensation in Sweden. Stockholm: Trade Union Institute for Economic Research (FIEF).

Blomström, Magnus and Robert E. Lipsey (1987), U.S. Firms in Latin American Service Industries. Cambridge, MA and Stockholm: NBER and Economic Research Institute (EFI) at Stockholm School of Economics.

Jagrén, Lars (1986), “The Combination, Reorganization and Productivity Analysis. A Case Analysis of Electrolux”. Stockholm: Mimeo from IUI.

Granstrand, Ove (1986), “The Modelling of Buyer/Seller Diffusion Processes – A Novel Approach to Modelling Diffusion and Simple Evolution of Market Structure”. Paper presented at the conference Innovation Diffusion in Venice, March 1986.

Blomström, Magnus and Robert E. Lipsey (1986), “The Export Performance of Swedish and U.S. Multinationals”. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.

Blomström, Magnus and Robert E. Lipsey (1986), “Firm Size and Foreign Direct Investment”. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.

Eliasson, Gunnar and Kenneth A. Hanson (1985), “Pricing and Markets in the Swedish Micro Simulation Model”. Paper presented at the AEA Meeting 1985 in New York. Stockholm: IUI.

Carlsson, Bo et al. (1984), “Industrial Restructuring – Issues and Experiences in Selected Developed Economies”. World Bank Technical Paper No. 21. Washington, DC: World Bank.

Klevmarken, Anders (1984), Household Market and Nonmarket Activities. The First Year of a Swedish Panel Study. [Paper presented at the annual meeting with the American Statistical Association in Philadelphia 1984]. Stockholm: IUI.

Eliasson, Gunnar (1982), “The Sophisticated Saver – The Family as a Savings, Investment and Borrowing Institution”. Stockholm: Mimeo from IUI.

Eliasson, Gunnar and Ove Granstrand (1982), Venture Capital and Management. CIM-rapport nr 83:01. Chalmers University of Technology: Department of Industrial Management.

Eliasson, Gunnar and Ove Granstrand (1981), “The Financing of New Technological Investments”. Occasional Report Series No. 3. Lund: Research Policy Institution.

Gustafsson, Siv (1978), “Cost Benefit Analysis of Early Childhood Care and Education: A Working Paper Prepared for the OECD”. [Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and Swedish National Institute for Working Life (Arbetslivscentrum).] Stockholm: Swedish National Institute for Working Life.

Faxén, Karl-Olof and Göran Normann (1977), “The Effects of Payroll Taxes”. In Fiscal Policy and Labour Supply Conference Series No. 4. London: Institute for Fiscal Studies.

Eliasson, Gunnar (1976), Corporate Planning – Theory, Practice, Comparison. A Study of Remote Guidance and Control Systems Among U.S. and European Firms. Stockholm: Federation of Swedish Industries.

Kritz, Lars (1974), Optimum Structure and Size of Road Haulage Firms. Stockholm: IUI.

Samuelsson, Hans-Fredrik (1973), Foreign Direct Investment in Sweden 1965–70. [Translation of article published in Ekonomisk Revy, Vol. 30, No. 6]. Stockholm: IUI.

Cedheim, Bengt and Anders Klevmarken (1969), “COMRAN. A Fortran Program for Constrained Multiple Regression Analysis”. Research report from Department of Statistics, Stockholm University.

Ekström, John (1958), The Consumption of Textiles with Special Reference to Sweden – A Summary of an Investigation by The Industrial Institute for Economic and Social Research. Stockholm: IUI.

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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