18-12-13

Swedish Economic Forum: Navigating through uncertainty

The Swedish Economic Forum Report 2018 “Navigating through uncertainty – entrepreneurship, innovations and experimental policy” highlights continuous adaptability as a critical factor in maintaining high prosperity. Chapters 2, 3, 4 and 7 are written in English covering aspects of experimental policy and governance in Sweden, UK, Finland, USA and China.  

READ MORE
18-09-17

Eklund and Lappi in Journal of Regulatory Economics

Johan Eklund and Emma Lappi, both Swedish Entreprenurship Forum,  find that product market regulations negatively influence competition and increase permanent rents, resulting in misallocation of resources in the article ”Product regulations and persistence of profits: OECD evidence” recently published in Journal of Regulatory Economics.

READ MORE
18-09-14

Measure impact for better policy

On 11 September, Max Nathan, Deputy Director What Works Centre for Local Economic Growth (WWG) visited Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum to share some lessons and experiences from working with policy impact evaluation in the UK. What should be measured and what constitutes an efficient policy? A conversation the invited panelists enthusiastically joined.  

READ MORE
18-09-03

Highly cited in Journal of Economic Geography

Journal of Economic Geography highlights and grants free access to a few of their most cited articles. Among these are an article about entrepreneurship clusters written by Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum researchers Martin Andersson and Johan P Larsson.

READ MORE
18-08-22

Circular economy focusing on China

23 representatives from different districts in Beijing, China, interested in learning more about circular economy visited Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum. Almas Heshmati, Professor at Sogang University, Seoul, Korea, and Jönköping International Business School, presented the report “A Review of the Circular Economy and its Implementation in China, Sweden and Europe”.

READ MORE