2013

Product Market Reforms and Incentives to Innovate in Sweden

Reprint No. 2013:39

Author(s): Harald Edquist and Magnus HenreksonYear: 2013 Title: What Can We Learn from Economic Reforms in Greece and Sweden? Chapter: 5Editor(s): Maria Choupres and Harald EdquistPublisher: European Liberal ForumCity: Brussels Pages: 143–198
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Product Market Reforms and Incentives to Innovate in Sweden Harald Edquist and Magnus Henrekson


The chapter is about product market reforms and incentives to innovate in Sweden. The authors suggest a number of reforms to enhance economic developments in Sweden, including increased government support for venture capital in early-stage funding and increased R&D resources for SMEs. 


Reference:
Edquist, Harald and Magnus Henrekson (2013), "Product Market Reforms and Incentives to Innovate in Sweden". Chapter 5, pp. 143–198 in Maria Choupres and Harald Edquist, eds., What Can We Learn from Economic Reforms in Greece and Sweden? . Brussels: European Liberal Forum.

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