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Daniel Waldenström, Professor
Affiliations: Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA), Uppsala Center for Labor Studies (UCLS), Uppsala Center for Fiscal Studies (UCFS), ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change (MiSoC).
Address: Paris School of Economics, 48 Boulevard Jourdan, 75014 Paris, France.
“Intergenerational wealth mobility and the role of inheritance: Evidence from multiple generations”, Economic Journal, forthcoming, with Adrian Adermon, Mikael Lindahl, (Updated 2017-03). (VoxEU.org)
“Does Financial Regulation Boost Top Incomes? Evidence from the Big Bang”, Economica, forthcoming, DP CEPR and IZA, with Julia Tanndal 2016 (Updated 2017-05). (VoxEU.org)
“Wealth inequality in Sweden: What can we learn from capitalized income data?”, Review of income and Wealth, forthcoming, (with Jacob Lundberg).
ratios in a small, developing economy: Sweden, 1810–2014”, Journal of Economic History 77(1):
285-313, 2017. (VoxEU.org),
- Swedish National Wealth Database: Updated July 2017 (link)
“The National Wealth of Sweden, 1810–2014”, Scandinavian Economic History Review 64(1): 36-54, 2016.
BOOK: Sick of Inequality? An Introduction to the Relationship between Inequality and Health, (with Therese Nilsson and Andreas Bergh). Edward Elgar. Book website or site for the e-book version. Read introductory chapter here.
“Lifetime versus Annual Tax Progressivity: Sweden, 1968-2009”, Scandinavian Journal of Economics 118(4):619-645, 2016 (with Niklas Bengtsson, Bertil Holmlund).
“Inheritance Taxation in Sweden, 1885–2004: The Role of Ideology, Family Firms and Tax Avoidance” Economic History Review 69(4): 1228-1254, 2016 (with Magnus Henrekson).
“Trends and gradients in top tax elasticities: Cross-country evidence, 1900-2014”, Discussion Paper, CEPR and IZA, with Enrico Rubolino, 2017 (VoxEU.org).
“Tax progressivity and top incomes: Evidence from tax reforms”, Discussion Paper, CEPR and IZA, with Enrico Rubolino, 2017, (VoxEU.org).
shares and income inequality: Evidence from the long run” (Updated 2017-01), Discussion Paper, CEPR
with Erik Bengtsson.
- Data: Historical Capital Shares Database. (Updated 2017-01)
“Inheritance and wealth inequality: Evidence from population registers”, (Updated 2016-03) revise and resubmit Journal of Public Economics, Discussion Paper, CEPR and IZA, with Mikael Elinder, Oscar Erixson, 2016. (VoxEU.org)
“Inherited wealth over the path of development: Sweden, 1810–2010”, with Henry Ohlsson, Jesper Roine, 2015. (VoxEU.org).
Editorial Board: From 2016 I am a member of the editorial board of the Explorations in Economic History.
Affiliation: As of July 2016, I work at the Research Institute of Industrial Economics (IFN) and the Paris School of Economics.
Grant: I received the Swedish Research Council’s Distinguished Young Researcher Grant (18 million SEK or approx. 2 million EUR), selected as one of 19 grants out of 744 applications (top 2.5%), 2014–2020. Read more here (in Swedish or English).