2011

Perspectives on the Success and Early History of the Industrial Institute for Economic and Social Research (IUI)

Särtryck nr 2011:13

Författare: Magnus HenreksonÅr: 2011 Publikation: History of Economic Ideas Årgång (nr): 19 (1) Sidor: 125–146

Perspectives on the Success and Early History of the Industrial Institute for Economic and Social Research (IUI) Magnus Henrekson


The Industrial Institute for Economic and Social Research (Industriens Utredningsinstitut, IUI) was founded in 1939. In less than ten years, IUI grew from a small survey bureau to a leading research institute focused on microeconomic research relevant to industrial development. Based on a number of new commemorative essays and biographies written by or about former IUI researchers published in Henrekson (2009), this essay describes the Institute’s accomplishments and the particular research environment at IUI. It also discusses the conditions conducive to a creative, productive research environment. While most of these accounts do not extend beyond the end of the 1970s, the insights provided are highly relevant for contemporary research institutes.


Referens:
Henrekson, Magnus (2011), "Perspectives on the Success and Early History of the Industrial Institute for Economic and Social Research (IUI)". History of Economic Ideas 19(1), 125–146.

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