Production Hierarchies in Sweden

Reprint No. 2013:38

Author(s): Joacim TågYear: 2013 Title: Economics Letters Volume (No.): 121 (2) Pages: 210–213
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Production Hierarchies in Sweden Joacim Tåg

I study the internal organization of firms using Swedish occupation data. The empirical patterns match the theoretical predictions of Caliendo and Rossi-Hansberg (2012) and are similar to the patterns observed in French data by Caliendo et al. (2012).

Tåg, Joacim (2013), "Production Hierarchies in Sweden". Economics Letters 121(2), 210–213.

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