Working papers

Entreprenörskapsforums working papers är en akademisk publikationsserie med entreprenörskap, innovation och småföretagande i fokus. De seminariegranskade och policyrelevanta studierna publiceras nedan.


55. Life satisfaction of necessity and opportunity entrepreneurs in 70 countries
Johan P. Larsson and Per Thulin (2017)

54. Labour Mobility, Knowledge Flows and Innovation
Pontus Braunerhjelm, Ding Ding and Per Thulin (2017)

53. Social Capital and the Economics of Cities
Martin Andersson, Johan P Larsson, Joakim Wernberg och Hans Westlund (2017)

52. Go Beyond Gdp: Why Business, Not the Consumer, Drives the Economy
Mark Skousen (2017)

51. The Knowledge Spillover Theory of Intrapreneurship,Labour Mobility and Innovation by Firm Size
Pontus Braunerhjelm, Ding Ding and Per Thulin (2017)

50. Unravelling the Hidden Value of Digitalization: The Example of Non-Measured Consumer Surplus in Banking
Gökhan Buturak, Anna Felländer, Stefan Fölster and Claire Ingram-Bogusz (2017)

49. Accessibility and Market Potential Analysis
Johan Klaesson, Johan P Larsson and Therese Norman (2017)

48. Are there inherent biases in cost-benefit analysis?
Kenneth J. Button and Johan E. Eklund (2017)

47. Persistence of profits in the EU: How competitive are EU member countries?
Johan Eklund and Emma Lappi(2017)

46. Does Innovation Lead to Firm Growth? Explorative versus Exploitative Innovations
Pontus Braunerhjelm, Ding Ding and Per Thulin (2016)

45. Do Immigrants Contribute to Public Goods? Recent Evidence from the U.S.
Una Okonkwo Osili (2016)

44. The Effect of the Swedish Payroll Tax Cut for Youths on Firm Profitability
Arvid Malm, Johan Eklund, David Francis and Nan Jiang (2016)

43. Labor market outcomes of immigrants and natives: Evidence on wages in Sweden, 2001-2012
Sameeksha Desai, Johan Eklund and Pardis Nabavi (2016)

42. Inherited Advantage and Spinoff Success
Anders Broström, Hans Lööf and Pardis Nabavi  (2016)

41. Human Capital Sorting – the ‘when’ and ‘who’ of sorting of talents to urban regions
Lina Ahlin, Martin Andersson and Per Thulin (2016)

39. Labour as a knowledge carrier – How increased mobility influences entrepreneurship
Pontus Braunerhjelm, Ding Ding and Per Thulin (2015)

38. Taxation of dividend income and economic growth: The case of Europe
Margareta Dackehag and Åsa Hansson (2015)

37. Revisiting the nexus of the financial development and economic growth
Hyunjoo Kim Karlsson and Kristofer Månsson (2015)

36. Moral Capital in the Twenty-First Century
Zoltan J. Acs (2015)

35. Judicial Efficiency and Entrepreneurs’ Expectations on the Reliability of European Legal Systems
Roberto Ippoliti, Alessandro Melcarne and Giovanni B. Ramello (2015)

34. Labor Market Regulations and Outcomes in Sweden –
 A Comparative Analysis of Recent Trends
Hulya Ulku and Silvia Muzi (2015)

33. Regulation, Firm Dynamics and Entrepreneurship
Pontus Braunerhjelm, Sameeksha Desai and Johan E. Eklund (2015)

32. An Innovation Policy Framework – Bridging the gap between industrial dynamics and growth
Pontus Braunerhjelm, and Magnus Henrekson (2014)

31. Spin-offs: Why geography matters
Apostolos Baltzopoulos, Pontus Braunerhjelm, and Ioannis Tikoudis (2014)

30. Does Labor Mobility Foster Innovation? Evidence from Sweden
Pontus Braunerhjelm, Ding Ding and Per Thulin (2014)

29. Local multiplier and economic base analysis
Per Thulin (2014)

28. Corporate Governance, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development
Johan E. Eklund (2014)

27. The Role of Foreign Networks for Trade in Services: Firm-level Evidence
Andreas Hatzigeorgiou and Magnus Lodefalk (2014)

26. Does Proximity Increases the Survival of Firms in Remote Areas?
Cédric Brunelle and Jean Dubé (2013)

25. Entry Regulation and Persistence of Profits in Incumbent Firms
Johan Eklund and Sameeksha Desai (2013)

24. Ownership and Allocation of Capital: Evidence from 44 Countries
Johan Eklund and Sameeksha Desai (2013)

23. Taxes, Tax Administrative Burdens and New Firm Formation
Johan Eklund and Pontus Braunerhjelm (2013)

22. Theories of Investment: A Theoretical Review with Empirical Applications
Johan Eklund (2013)

21. University Entrepreneurship and Professor Privilege
Erika Färnstrand Damsgaard and Marie Thursby (2012)

20. Does Academic Entrepreneurship Pay?
Pontus Braunerhjelm, Anders Broström and Thomas Åstebro (2012)

19. Entrepreneurship, Institutions and Economic Dynamism: Lessons from a Comparison of the United States and Sweden
Pontus Braunerhjelm and Magnus Henrekson (2012)

18. Billionaires
Tino Sanandaji and Peter T. Leeson (2012

17. Institutions and Venture Capital
Josh Lerner and Joacim Tåg (2012)

16. Entrepreneurial Commercialization Choices and the Interaction between IPR and Competition Policy
Joshua S. Gans and Lars Persson (2012)

15. The Choice of Organizational Form by Closely-Held Firms in Sweden: Tax vs. Non-Tax Dererminants
Karin Edmark and Roger Gordon (2012)

14. Characteristics and Performance of New Firms and Spinoffs in Sweden
Martin Andersson and Steven Klepper (2012)

13. Local Multipliers and Human Capital in the US and Sweden
Enrico Moretti and Per Thulin (2012)

12. Property Rights and the Cost of Capital
Per-Olof Bjuggren och Johan Eklund (2012)

11. The Evolving Domain of Entrepreneurship Research
Bo Carlsson, Pontus Braunerhjelm, Maureen McKelvey, Christer Olofsson, Lars Persson, Håkan Ylinenpää (2012)

10. Entrepreneurial Employees: Are they different from independent entrepreneurs?
Kristina Nyström (2012)

9. Social Entrepreneurship – a survey of current research
Pontus Braunerhjelm och Ulrika Stuart Hamilton (2012)

8. Creative Destruction and Productivity – Entreprenurship by type, sector and sequence
Martin Andersson, Pontus Braunerhjelm och Per Thulin (2011)

7. New Roads to Development
Pontus Braunerhjelm och Jannik Lindbaek (2011)

6. Svenska uppfinnare – nytt datamaterial och ny inblick i innovationsprocessen
Olof Ejermo (2011)

5. Business planning and venturelevel performance: Challenging the institution of planning
Benson Honig och Mikael Samuelsson (2011)

4. Evolutionary Views on Entrepreneurial Processes: Managerial and Policy Implications
Karl Wennberg och Frédéric Delmar (2011)

3. Barriers to information and communcation technology adoption in small firms
Vinit Parida, Johan Johansson, Håkan Ylinenpää and Pontus Braunerhjelm (2010)

2. Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Economic Growth – Past Experiences, Current Knowlede and Policy Implications
Pontus Braunerhjelm (2010)

1. Small Business Access to Credit
William Dennis, (2008)

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