1994


427. The Mass-Action Interpretation of Nash Equilibrium

Jörgen W. Weibull


426. Industry Evolution and R&D Externalities

Stefan Fölster and Georgi Trofimov


425. Economic Decline in Russia: Disaster or Creative Destruction?

Stefan Fölster and Georgi Trofimov


424. International Competitiveness and the Choice of Entry Mode: Japanese Multinationals in U.S. and European Manufacturing Industries

Hideki Yamawaki


423. R&D and Foreign Sales: Evidence from Swedish Multinationals

Roger Svensson and Gunnar Fors


422. Competitions of Socio-Economic Institutions: In Search of the Winners

Pavel Pelikan


421. Multinational Corporations, Country Characteristics, and Clustering in Foreign Direct Investment

Pontus Braunerhjelm and Roger Svensson


420. Swedish Direct Investment in Low-Cost Countries

Thomas Andersson and Håkan Hellström


419. Investment Incentives in the Formerly Planned Economies

Gunnar Eliasson


418. Foreign Direct Investment and Employment in Sweden

Thomas Andersson


417. The Choice of Entry by Greenfield or Takeover

Stefan Fölster and Georgi Trofimov


416. The Macroeconomic Effects of New Information Technology, with Special Emphasis on Telecommunications

Gunnar Eliasson


415. Vem ansvarar för nästa generation?

Gunnar Eliasson


414. Pitfalls in the Measurement of the Return to Education: An Assessment Using Swedish Data

Eugenia Kazamaki Ottersten, Erik Mellander, Eva M. Meyerson and Jörgen Nilson


413. Trends in Worker Recruitment Practices in Swedish Companies

Eugenia Kazamaki Ottersten


412. Om förlängd skolgång

Gunnar Eliasson and Eugenia Kazamaki Ottersten


411. Socialförsäkring genom medborgarkonto: Vilka är argumenten?

Stefan Fölster


410. Analyzing the Effects of Taxicab Deregulation: A New Empirical Approach

Kenneth Burdett and Stefan Fölster


409. Swedish-Vietnamese Relations: Shifting Terms of Cooperation

Thomas Andersson


408. Will Swedish Manufacturing Business Put the Swedish Economy Out of its Crisis?

Gunnar Eliasson


407. Nash Equilibrium and Evolution by Imitation

Jonas Björnerstedt and Jörgen W. Weibull


406. R&D in Swedish Multinational Corporations

Gunnar Fors and Roger Svensson

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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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