Per Skedinger

Artiklar på engelska

Employment Protection and FDI revisited: New Evidence from Micro Data. Under utgivning i World Economy, 2019. (Med Pehr-Johan Norbäck och Jing-Lin Duanmu.) 

Wage Policies and the Integration of Immigrants, i Calmfors, L. och Sanchez Gassen, N. (red.), Integrating Immigrants into the Nordic Labour Markets, Nordic Council of Ministers, Copenhagen, 2019. (Med Simon Ek.)

Non-standard Employment in Sweden. De Economist, 166, 433-454, 2018.

Seniority Rules, Worker Mobility and Wages: Evidence from Multi-Country Linked Employer-Employee Data,. Labour Economics, 51, 48–62, 2018. (Med Petri Böckerman och Roope Uusitalo.)

Employer Attitudes towards Refugee Immigrants: Findings from a Swedish Survey, International Labour Review, 155, 315–337, 2016 (Med Per Lundborg). 

Employment Protection Reform, Enforcement in Collective Agreements and Worker Flows, Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society, 55, 662–704, 2016. (Med Fredrik Heyman). 

Employment Effects of Union-Bargained Minimum Wages: Evidence from Sweden's Retail SectorInternational Journal of Manpower, 36, 694-710, 2015.

Effects of Payroll Tax Cuts for Young Workers, Nordic Economic Policy Review, no 1, 125-169, 2014.

Employment Consequences of Employment Protection Legislation, Nordic Economic Policy Review, no 1, 45-83, 2011.

Sweden: A Minimum Wage Model in Need of Modification, i Vaughan-Whitehead, Daniel (red.), The Minimum Wage Revisited in the Enlarged EU, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, and Northampton, US, and International Labour Office, Geneva, 2010.

Misreporting in Register Data on Disability Status: Evidence from the Swedish Public Employment Service, Empirical Economics, 37, 411-434, 2009. (Med Per Johansson.)

Cream Skimming in Employment Programmes for the Disabled? Evidence from SwedenInternational Journal of Manpower, 28, 694-714, 2007. (Med Barbro Widerstedt.)

Decentralisation of Active Labour Market Policy: The Case of Swedish Local Employment Service Committees, Journal of Public Economics , 90, 775–798, 2006. (Med Martin Lundin.)

Minimum Wages and Employment in Swedish Hotels and Restaurants, Labour Economics, 13, 259–290, 2006.

In Sweden, Anti-Globalizationists Dominate Public Discourse, Econ Profs Do Little. Econ Journal Watch, 1(1) 175-184, 2004. (Med Dan Johansson.)

Transaction Taxes in a Search Model of the Housing Market. Journal of Urban Economics, 45, 385-399, 1999. (Med Per Lundborg.)

Corporate Job Ladders in Europe: Wage Premia for University vs. High School Level Jobs. Swedish Economic Policy Review, 6, 449-487,1999. (Med Erik Mellander.)

Capital Gains Taxation and Residential Mobility in Sweden. Journal of Public Economics, 67, 399-419, 1998. (Med Per Lundborg.)

Comment on Lisa Lynch: Wage Inequality and Long-term Unemployment: Is Education and Training the Answer? Swedish Economic Policy Review, 5, 189-192, 1998.

The Political Economy of Labour Market Reform. Swedish Economic Policy Review, 5, 195-204, 1998. (Med Lars Calmfors.)

Does Active Labour-Market Policy Increase Employment? Theoretical Considerations and Some Empirical Evidence from Sweden. Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 11, 91-109, 1995. (Med Lars Calmfors.)

Employment Policies and Displacement in the Youth Labour Market. Swedish Economic Policy Review, 2, 135-171, 1995.

Sweden´s Active Labour Market Policy: A Remedy for Unemployment? European Vocational Training Journal, 1, 25-29, 1994.

Employment Determination in the Swedish Wood Industry: A Test of the Labor Demand Model. Finnish Economic Papers, 5, 27-37, 1992.

Wage Bargaining and Wage Drift: Evidence from the Swedish Wood Industry i L. Calmfors (red.), Wage Formation and Macroeconomic Policy in the Nordic Countries. SNS and Oxford University Press, 1990. (Med Bertil Holmlund.)

Comment on Holden, i L. Calmfors (red.), Wage Formation and Macroeconomic Policy in the Nordic Countries. SNS och Oxford University Press, 1990.   


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