2015 Swedish Taxation

Subsequent studies on Swedish taxation

 

Magnus Henrekson and Gunnar Du Rietz (2014), ”The Rise and Fall of Swedish Wealth Taxation". Nordic Tax Journal 2014(1), 9–35.

Mikael Stenkula (2014). “Swedish Taxation in a 150-year Perspective”. Nordic Tax Journal 2014(2), 10–42.

Mikael Stenkula, Dan Johansson and Gunnar Du Rietz (2014). ”Marginal Taxation on Labour Income in Sweden from 1862 to 2010”. Scandinavian Economic History Review 62(2), 163–187.

Dan Johansson, Mikael Stenkula and Gunnar Du Rietz (2015). ”Capital Income Taxation of Swedish Households, 1862–2010”. Scandinavian Economic History Review 63(2), 154–177.

Magnus Henrekson and Daniel Waldenström (2016). “Inheritance Taxation in Sweden, 1885–2004: The Role of Ideology, Family Firms and Tax Avoidance”. Economic History Review 69(4), 1228–1254.

Magnus Henrekson (2017). ”Taxation of Swedish Firm Owners: The Great Reversal from the 1970s to the 2010s". Nordic Tax Journal 2017(1), 26–46.​

Elgar Companion to

Social Capital and Health

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Martin Ljunge, IFN, is the author of a chapter, "Trust promotes health: addressing reverse causality by studying children of immigrants", in a new book edited by Sherman Folland and Eric Nauenberg. The cutting edge of research is presented, covering the ever-expanding social capital field.

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