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Inequality and redistribution:
“Does financial deregulation boost top incomes? Evidence from the Big Bang”, Economica, forthcoming (with Julia Tanndal), 2017.
“Trends and gradients in top tax elasticities: Cross-country evidence, 1900-2014”, CEPR DP 11936, with Enrico Rubolino, 2017.
“Tax progressivity and top incomes: Evidence from tax reforms”, CEPR DP 11935, with Enrico Rubolino, 2017.
“Wealth inequality in Sweden: What can we learn from capitalized income tax data?”, Review of Income and Wealth, (with Jacob Lundberg), 2016.
“Capital shares and income inequality: Evidence from the long run”, WP, (with Erik Bengtsson), 2015.
“Wealth-income ratios in a small, developing economy: Sweden, 1810–2010”, Journal of Economic History, 2017.
“Piketty’s r-g model: wealth inequality and tax policy”, CESIfo Forum, No. 1: 3‒10, (with Clemens Fuest, Andreas Peichl), 2015.
“Intergenerational top income mobility in Sweden: Capitalist dynasties in the land of equal opportunity?”, Journal of Public Economics, (with Anders Björklund and Jesper Roine), 2012.
“Common Trends and Shocks to Top Incomes: A Structural Breaks Approach”, Review of Economics and Statistics, (with Jesper Roine), 2012.
“The Long-Run Determinants of Inequality: What Can We Learn from Top Income Data?”, Journal of Public Economics 93(7–8), 974–988, (with J Roine and J Vlachos), 2009.
“The Evolution of Top Incomes in an Egalitarian Society: Sweden, 1903–2004”, Journal of Public Economics 92(1–2), 366–387, (with J Roine), 2008.
“Long-Run Changes in the Concentration of Wealth: An Overview of Recent Findings”, in Davies, J.B. (ed.), Personal Wealth from a Global Perspective, Oxford, Oxford University Press, (with H Ohlsson and J Roine), 2008.
stock and bond returns, 1856–2012”, in: R Edvinsson, T Jacobson and D
Waldenström (eds.), Historical Monetary
and Financial Statistics for Sweden, vol. 2: House Prices, Stock Returns,
National Accounts and the Riksbank balance Sheet,
1860-2012, Stockholm: Sveriges Riksbank and Ekerlids förlag.
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Historical Monetary and Financial Statistics for Sweden, vol. 1, Exchange rates, prices, and wages, 1277–2008, Sveriges Riksbank and Ekerlids förlag, editor, (with R Edvinsson and T Jacobson), 2010.
“Did Nordic Countries Recognize the Gathering Storm of World War II? Evidence from Bond Markets”, Explorations in Economic History 45(2), 107–126, (with B S Frey), 2008.
“Using Financial Markets to Analyze History: The Case of the Second World War”, Historical Social Research 32(4), 330–350, (with B S Frey), 2007.
“International Financial Liberalization and Industry Growth”, International Journal of Finance & Economics 10(3), 263–284, (with J Vlachos), 2005.
“Markets Work in War: World War II Reflected on the Zurich and Stockholm stock Exchanges”, Financial History Review 11(1), 51–67, (with B S Frey), 2004.
“Citation Success: Evidence from Economic History Journal Publications”, Explorations in Economic History, (w G Di Vaio and J Weisdorf).
Swedish publications (Svenska publiceringar)
Ekonomistas: Skattning av svenskarnas gömda utlandskapital 1980-2014 (xls). (2015-02-16)
“Vart tog det gömda utlandskapitalet vägen?”, Ekonomisk Debatt 39(3), 81–84, 2011.