Forthcoming articles in refereed journals and edited volumes

Forthcoming articles in scientific journals or collective volumes. Many of them with links to early view or preliminary versions. It can take one to two years after acceptence until an article is published. Following publication, all items are listed as Published articles in English.

Jacobs, Bas and Daniel Waldenström, "Introduction to IIPF 2019 Special Issue in ITAX". International Tax and Public Finance. Accepted March 2021

Pfaff, Katharina and Christian Bjørnskov, "Differences Matter: The Effect of Coup Types on Physical Integrity Rights". European Journal of Political Economy. Accepted March 2021

Nilsson, Therese, Martin Fischer, Gawain Heckley and Martin Karlsson, "Revisiting Sweden's Comprehensive School Reform: Effects on Education and Earnings". Journal of Applied Econometrics. Accepted March 2021

Bjørnskov, Christian, "Civic Honesty and Cultures of Trust". Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics. Accepted March 2021

Bjørnskov, Christian, "Did Lockdown Work? An Economist’s Cross-Country Comparison". CESIfo Economic Studies. Accepted March 2021

Bjørnskov, Christian and Stefan Voigt, "Terrorism and Autocrats: How Effective are Emergency Constitutions in the Muslim World?". Journal of Peace Research. Accepted February 2021

Aldén, Lina, Spencer Bastani, Mats Hammarstedt and Chizheng Miao, " Immigrant-Native Differences in Long-Term Self-Employment". Small Business Economics. Accepted January 2021

Horn, Henrik and Thomas Tangerås, "Economics of International Investment Agreements". Journal of International Economics. Accepted January 2021

Wennström, Johan, "Moral Consensus and Anti-Establishment Politics". Independent Review. Accepted January 2021

Oxelheim, Lars, Alf Alviniussen and Håkan Jankensgård, "Foreign Exchange Risk Management". in John Fraser, Robert Quail and Betty J. Simkins, eds., Enterprise Risk Management: Today’s Leading Research and Best Practices for Tomorrow’s Executives. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. Accepted December 2020

Bhalotra, Sonia, Martin Karlsson, Therese Nilsson and Nina Schwarz, "Infant Health, Cognitive Performance and Earnings: Evidence from Inception of the Welfare State in Sweden". Review of Economics and Statistics. Accepted November 2020

Bergh, Andreas and Christian Bjørnskov, "Does Economic Freedom Boost Growth for Everyone?". Kyklos. Accepted November 2020

Ljunge, Martin and Mikael Stenkula, "Fertile Soil for Intrapreneurship: Impartial Institutions and Human Capital". Journal of Institutional Economics. Accepted November 2020

Bergh, Andreas, "The Compensation Hypothesis Revisited and Reversed". Scandinavian Political Studies. Accepted November 2020

Elert, Niklas and Magnus Henrekson, "Innovative Entrepreneurship as a Collaborative Effort: An Institutional Framework". Foundations and Trends in Entrepreneurship. Accepted November 2020

Bergh, Andreas and Anders Kärnä, "Globalization and Populism in Europe". Public Choice. Accepted October 2020

Elert, Niklas och Mikael Stenkula, "Intrapreneurship: Productive and Non-Productive". Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. Accepted August 2020

Seblova, Dominika, Martin Fischer, Stefan Fors, Kristina Johnell, Martin Karlsson, Anna Christina Svensson, Therese Nilsson, Martin Lövdén and Anton Lager, "Does Prolonged Education Causally Affect Dementia Risk When Adult Socioeconomic Status is Not Altered? A Swedish Natural Experiment on 1.3 Million Individuals". American Journal of Epidemiology. Accepted August 2020

Kärnä, Anders, Agostino Manduchi and Andreas Stephan, "Distance Still Matters: Local Bank Closures and Credit Availability". International Review of Finance. Accepted July 2020

Eskildsen, Lasse and Christian Bjørnskov, "Does Freedom of Expression Cause Less Terrorism?". Political Studies. Accepted July 2020

Fischer, Martin, Ulf-G Gerdtham, Gawain Heckley, Martin Karlsson, Gustav Kjellsson and Therese Nilsson, "Education and Health: Long-Run Effects of Peers, Tracking and Years". Economic Policy. Accepted June 2020

Oskarsson, Sven, Christopher Dawes, Richard Öhrvall and Karl-Oskar Lindgren, "Big Brother Sees You, But Does He Rule You? The Relationship Between Birth Order and Political Candidacy". Journal of Politics. Accepted May 2020

Bennett, Daniel L., Christian Bjørnskov and Stephan F. Gohmann, "Coups, Regime Transitions, and Institutional Consequences". Journal of Comparative Economics. Accepted May 2020

Daunfeldt, Sven-Olov, Oana Mihaescu, Özge Öner and Niklas Rudholm, "Retail and Place Attractiveness: The Effects of Big-Box Entry on Property Values". Geographical Analysis. Accepted May 2020

Lundin, Erik, "Market Power and Joint Ownership: Evidence from Nuclear Plants in Sweden". Journal of Industrial Economics. Accepted May 2020

Johansson, Dan, Mikael Stenkula and Niklas Wykman, "The Taxation of Industrial Foundations in Sweden (1862–2018)". Nordic Tax Journal. Accepted May 2020

Jordahl, Henrik and Lovisa Persson, "The End of a Trend? Retraction of Choice in Swedish Elderly Care". Journal of Economic Policy Reform. Accepted March 2020

Lee, Lung-Fei, Xiaodong Liu, Eleonora Patacchini and Yves Zenou, "Who is the Key Player? A Network Analysis of Juvenile Delinquency". Journal of Business & Economic Statistics. Accepted February 2020

Bjørnskov, Christian and Stefan Voigt, "Is Constitutionalized Media Freedom only Window Dressing? Evidence from Terrorist Attacks". Public Choice. Accepted January 2020

Baldursson, Fridrik M., Nils-Henrik M. von der Fehr and Ewa Lazarczyk, "Electric Vehicles Rollout: Two Case Studies". Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy. Accepted January 2020

Bratsberg, Bernt, Christopher T. Dawes, Andreas Kotsadam, Karl-Oskar Lindgren, Richard Öhrvall, Sven Oskarsson and Oddbjørn Raaum, "Birth Order and Voter Turnout". British Journal of Political Science. Accepted December 2019

Håkanson, Christina, Erik Lindqvist and Jonas Vlachos, "Firms and Skills: The Evolution of Worker Sorting". Journal of Human Resources. Accepted July 2019

Ahmed, Ali and Mats Hammarstedt, "Are People Fussy About Who They Work With? An Experimental Test of Becker’s Coworker Discrimination Hypothesis". Social Science Journal. Accepted June 2019

Bergh, Andreas and Christian Bjørnskov, "Trust Us to Repay: Social Trust, Long-Term Interest Rates, and Sovereign Credit Ratings". Journal of Money, Credit and Banking. Accepted November 2017

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The European Union and the Return of the Nation State


This book explores the complex and ever-changing relationship between the European Union and its member states. The recent surge in tension in this relationship has been prompted by the actions of some member state governments as they question fundamental EU values and principles and refuse to implement common decisions seemingly on the basis of narrowly defined national interests.

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