Accepted articles

Articles accepted for publication in refereed journals and edited volumes 2019

A listing of articles accepted for publication in scientific journals or collective volumes. In many cases, it takes one to two years of review before an article is published. Following publication, all items are listed as Published Articles in English.

Heyman, Fredrik, Pehr-Johan Norbäck, Lars Persson and Fredrik Andersson, "Has the Swedish Business Sector Become More Entrepreneurial than the U.S. Business Sector?". Research Policy. Accepted April 2019

Wennström, Johan, "Marketized Education: How Regulatory Failure Undermined the Swedish School System". Journal of Education Policy. Accepted April 2019

Horn, Henrik and Pehr-Johan Norbäck, "A Non-Technical Introduction to Economic Aspects of International Investment Agreements". American Review of International Arbitration. Accepted April 2019

Josephson, Jens and Joel Shapiro, "Credit Ratings and Structured Finance". Journal of Financial Intermediation. Accepted March 2019

Henrekson, Magnus and Johan Wennström, "“Post-Truth” Schooling and Marketized Education: Explaining the Decline in Sweden’s School Quality". Journal of Institutional Economics. Accepted March 2019

Hammarstedt, Mats and Chizheng Miao, "Self-employed Immigrants and Their Employees: Evidence from Swedish Employer-Employee Data". Review of Economics of the Household. Accepted March 2019

Hammarstedt, Mats and Lina Aldén, "Refugee Immigration and Public Sector Finances: Evidence from Sweden". FinanzArchiv/Public Finance Analysis. Accepted March 2019

Henrekson, Magnus and Tino Sanandaji, "Measuring Entrepreneurship: Do Established Metrics Capture Schumpeterian Entrepreneurship?". Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. Accepted March 2019

Norbäck, Pehr-Johan, Per Skedinger and Jing-Lin Duanmu, "Employment Protection and FDI Revisited: New Evidence from Micro Data". World Economy. Accepted March 2019

Rider, Christopher I.,Peter Thompson, Aleksandra Kacperczyk and Joacim Tåg, "Experience and Entrepreneurship: A Career Transition Perspective". Industrial and Labor Relations Review. Accepted March 2019

Norbäck, Pehr-Johan and Lars Persson, "Stock Market Impact of Cross-Border Acquisitions in Emerging Markets". North American Journal of Economics and Finance. Accepted February 2019

Ferguson, Johan and Johan Gars, "Measuring the Impact of Agricultural Production Shocks on International Trade Flows". European Review of Agricultural Economics. Accepted February 2019

Sarfati, Mahir, Mohammad Reza Hesamzadeh and Pär Holmberg, "Production Efficiency of Nodal and Zonal Pricing in Imperfectly Competitive Electricity Markets". Energy Strategy Reviews. Accepted February 2019

Andersson, Martin, Johan P Larsson and Joakim Wernberg, "The Economic Microgeography of Diversity and Specialization Externalities – Firm-Level Evidence from Swedish Cities". Research Policy. Accepted February 2019

Bjørnskov, Christian and Martin Rode, "Regime Types and Regime Change: A New Dataset on Democracy, Coups, and Political Institutions". Review of International Organizations. Accepted January 2019

Berggren, Niclas and Christian Bjørnskov, "Do Voters Dislike Liberalizing Reforms? New Evidence Using Data on Satisfaction with Democracy". Journal of Institutional Economics. Accepted January 2019

Dackehag, Margareta, Lina-Maria Ellegård, Ulf Gerdtham and Therese Nilsson, "Debt and Mental Health – New Insights about the Relationship and the Importance of the Measure for Mental Health". European Journal of Public Health. Accepted January 2019

Global index of the sharing economy

Timbro SEI

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Andreas Bergh, IFN and Lund University, is one of the authors of this book. The Timbro Sharing Economy Index is the first global index of the sharing economy. The index has been compiled using traffic volume data and scraped data, and provides a unique insight into the driving factors behind the peer-to-peer economy.

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