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Routes to a Resilient European Union

The fifth volume of the Interdisciplinary European Studies series aims to explore the EU’s pursuit of societal resilience and its role in the transition to a green economy. It brings together scholars…
by Antonina Bakardjieva Engelbrekt, Per Ekman, Anna Michalski, Lars Oxelheim

Southern Economic Journal

Social Trust and Patterns of Growth

The association between social trust and economic growth is well-documented but how it works remains an open theoretical and empirical question. The paper uses growth accounting to break down sources…
Journal Article

Population and Environment

Gender and Climate Action

It is well-known that men and women differ in their views regarding the severity of climate change, but do they also differ in their support for climate policy and in undertaking climate action in the…
Journal Article

Working Paper No. 1424

Risk-Sharing and Entrepreneurship

In this paper, we study the role of risk-sharing in entrepreneurship-driven innovation. Studying entrepreneurship and innovation entails modeling an occupational choice and an effort choice. Risk-shar…
Working Paper
by Matilda Kilström, Paula Roth
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Handbook of Labor, Human Resources and Population Economics

Inequality and Top Incomes

This chapter comprises three main parts. The first part is about data sources, the definitions of income, and the methodologies used to estimate top income shares. Both the standard sources and method…
Book Chapter
by Charlotte Bartels, Daniel Waldenström

Journal of the European Economic Association

Mass Migration and Technological Change

This paper studies the effect of emigration on technological change in sending lo- cations after one of the largest migration events in human history, the mass migration from Europe to the United Stat…
Journal Article
by David Andersson, Mounir Karadja, Erik Prawitz

British Journal of Political Science

Birth Order and Voter Turnout

Previous studies have stressed the role of a child's family environment for future political participation. This field of research has, however, overlooked that children within the same family have di…
Journal Article
by Bernt Bratsberg, Christopher T. Dawes, Andreas Kotsadam, Karl-Oskar Lindgren, Richard Öhrvall, Sven Oskarsson, Oddbjørn Raaum
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Journal of Legal Studies

Unconstitutional States of Emergency

Nine out of ten modern constitutions contain explicit emergency provisions, describing who can call a state of emergency (and under which conditions) and the additional powers government enjoys under…
Journal Article
by Christian Bjørnskov, Stefan Voigt, Mahdi Khesali

American Economic Journal: Economic Policy

Human Trafficking and Regulating Prostitution

Certain markets are illicit because part of the supply is coerced, but little is known about the optimal regulation of such markets. We model a prostitution market with voluntary and coerced prostitut…
Journal Article
by Samuel Lee, Petra Persson

Swedish Economic Forum Report 2021: Swedish Perspectives on Industrial Policy – The Washington Consensus and Beyond

Industrial Policy and Foreign Direct Investment

Multinational firms (MNEs) are key actors in the global economy, accounting for more than one-fifth of global output and more than two-thirds of global trade (Qiang et al., 2020). Moreover, approximat…

Working Paper No. 1414

Does Firm Exit Increase Prices?

This paper examines how changes in product market concentration, specifically firm exit, affect prices. I develop a model where firms have variable markups to show that the remaining firms increase th…
Working Paper
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Working Paper No. 1411

Wealth and History: An Update

This paper analyzes new evidence on long-run trends in aggregate wealth accumulation and wealth inequality in Western countries. The new findings suggest that wealth-income ratios were lower before Wo…


In Defense of Good Power

Throughout the Western world, power has come to be seen as something that should be restricted at all costs, because increasingly power is associated with coercion, fraud, ruthlessness, and violence.…
Popular Science
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