Research faculty

Mikael Stenkula

Associate Professor

 

Among the questions that Mikael Stenkule tries to answer with his research:

  • How do tax systems evolve over time?
  • What might explain the development of a tax system?
  • How do tax systems affect business and entrepreneurship?

New research

The Rise of Private Foundations as Owners of Swedish Industry: The Role of Tax Incentives 1862–2018 Dan Johansson, Mikael Stenkula and Niklas Wykman

Mikael Stenkula's present work at the Research Institute of Industrial Economics is focused on research concerning entrepreneurship and business structures.

 

Books, Book Chapters and Published Articles:

Henrekson, M. and Stenkula, M. (2017). ”Tillväxt utan entreprenörskap?” In Andreas Bergh et al. (eds.), Nationalekonomins frågor. Studentlitteratur, Lund.

Elert, Niklas, Henrekson, M. and Stenkula, M. (2017). Institutional Reform for Innovation and Entrepreneurship – An Agenda for Europe. Springer International Publishing, Cham.

Henrekson, M. and Stenkula M. (2017). ”The Entrepreneurial Rent: The Value of and Compensation for Entrepreneurship”. Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy, 6:1, pp 11–25.

Henrekson, M. and Stenkula, M. (2016). Understanding Entrepreneurship. Studentlitteratur, Lund.

Stenkula, M. (2015). “Taxation of Goods and Services in Sweden (862–2013).” In Magnus Henrekson and Mikael Stenkula (eds.), Swedish Taxation: Developments Since 1862. Palgrave Macmillan, New York.

Stenkula, M. (2015). “Taxation of Real Estate in Sweden (1862–2013)”. In Magnus Henrekson and Mikael Stenkula (eds.) Swedish Taxation: Developments Since 1862. Palgrave Macmillan, New York.

Du Rietz, G., Johansson, D. and Stenkula, M. (2015). “Swedish Capital Income Taxation (1862–2013)”. In Magnus Henrekson and Mikael Stenkula (eds.) Swedish Taxation: Developments Since 1862. Palgrave Macmillan, New York.

Du Rietz, G., Johansson, D. and Stenkula, M. (2015). “Swedish Labor Income Taxation (1862–2013)”. In Magnus Henrekson and Mikael Stenkula (eds.) Swedish Taxation: Developments Since 1862. Palgrave Macmillan, New York.

Johansson, D., Stenkula, M. and Du Rietz, G. (2015). "Capital Income Taxation of Swedish Households, 1862 to 2010". Scandinavian Economic History Review, vol. 63:2, pp 154–177.

Stenkula, M. (2014) “Swedish Taxation in a 150-year PerspectiveNordic Tax Journal, vol. 1:2, pp 10–42.

Stenkula, M., Johansson, D. and Du Rietz, G. (2013). "Marginal Taxation on Labor Income in Sweden from 1862 to 2010". Scandinavian Economic History Review, vol. 62:2, pp 163–187.

Bjuggren, C. M., Johansson, D. and Stenkula, M. (2012). “Using Self-employment as Proxy for Entrepreneurship: Some Empirical Caveats”. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, vol. 17:3, pp 290–303.

Henrekson, M., Johansson, D. och Stenkula, M. (2012). "Den svenska företagsstrukturen – utvecklingen i de medelstora företagen efter 1990-talskrisen". Ekonomisk Debatt, 40(2), 27–38.

Stenkula, M. and Zenou, Y. (2012). “Städer, tjänster och tillväxt.” In Henrik Jordahl (ed.) Den svenska tjänstesektorn. Studentlitteratur, Stockholm.

Stenkula, M. (2012). “Taxation and Entrepreneurship in a Welfare State”. Small Business Economics, vol 39:1, pp 77–97.

Henrekson, M. and Stenkula, M. (2010). ”Entrepreneurship and Public Policy”. In Zoltan J. Acs and David B. Audretsch (eds.) Handbook of Entrepreneurship Research. New York: Springer.

Henrekson, M., Johansson, D. and Stenkula, M. (2010). “Taxation, Labor Market Policy and High-Impact Entrepreneurship”. Journal of Industry, Competition and Trade, vol 10:3–4, pp 175–296.

Henrekson, M. and Stenkula, M. (2009). “Why Are There So Few Female Top Executives in Egalitarian Welfare States?”. The Independent Review, vol 14:2, pp 239–270.

Stenkula, M. (2008), Network Effects and Money. VDM Verlag Dr. Müller Aktiengesellschaft & Co., Saarbrücken, Germany.
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Stenkula, M. (2007). ”The European Size Distribution of Firms and Employment”. ICFAI Journal of Industrial Economics, vol. IV:2, pp 46–63.

Henrekson, M. and Stenkula, M. (2007). Entreprenörskap. SNS Förlag, Stockholm.

Stenkula, M. (2004). “The Euro Cash Changeover Process”. Kyklos, vol 57:2, pp 265–286.

Stenkula, M. (2003). “Carl Menger and the Network Theory of Money”. European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, vol 10:4, pp 587–606.

 


 

Mikael Stenkula

Contact

Ph : +46 8 665 4530
Mob : +46 73 844 18 78
mikael.stenkula@ifn.se

Introduction


Mikael Stenkula is an Associate Professor in Economics. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Lund University. After a year as a lecturer at Lund University School of Economics, he moved to Stockholm and started to work at the IFN. Mikael is also teaching Macroeconomics at the Stockholm School of Economics (Center for Retailing) and he is also an affiliated researcher at Södertörn University.

 

 

Leading Research Environment

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The Research Institute of Industrial Economics, IFN, is a private and independent foundation devoted to pursuing highly relevant research for trade and industry.

The researchers at IFN are united in their belief that economic methods offer a powerful tool for understanding society.

The main research programs are:

  1. economics of entrepreneurship
  2. globalization and corporate restructuring
  3. economics of the service sector
  4. economics of the electricity markets
  5. economics of institutions and culture.

Global Award

Research on entrepreneurship

 

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The Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research is the foremost global award for research on entrepreneurship.This Prize is awarded annually with a prize sum of EUR 100,000.

IFN in cooperation with Entreprenörskapsforum and Vinnova are the principals of the award, in cooperation with the donor, Stockholms Köpmansklubb.

Professor Olav Sorenson, Yale, is the winner of the Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research 2018. 

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