Working papers

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

Ett working paper i Entreprenörskapsforums WP-serie ska:

  • Behandla frågor kring entreprenörskap, innovation och/eller småföretagande
  • Vara policyrelevant, gärna med policyrekommendationer och sammanfattande slutsatser
  • Vara seminariegranskat på hemmainstitutionen
  • Ha ett omfång på max 50 sidor, dvs ca 100 000-150 000 tecken inkl blanksteg
  • Vara nyskrivet
  • Ha en författare på lägst doktorandnivå
  • Vara skrivet på svenska eller engelska

Antagna working papers serienumreras och sätts i Entreprenörskapsforums WP-mall. Entreprenörskapsforum ansvarar för att publicera, organisera och marknadsföra WP-serien.

66. Entrepreneurial governance for local growth

Amy Rader Olsson, Hans Westlund and Johan P. Larsson (2022)

65. Local Entrepreneurship Clusters in Cities

Martin Andersson and Johan P Larsson (2022)

64. Covid-19, Schumpeter and the Size of the Market

Pontus Braunerhjelm och Emma Lappi (2021)

59. Local Rates of New Firm Formation – an empirical exploration using Swedish data

Martin Andersson , Niclas Lavesson and Mark D. Partridge (2019)

56. Bayh-Dole versus the “Professor’s Privilege”

Thomas Åstebro, Serguey Braguinsky, Pontus Braunerhjelm and Anders Broström (2018)

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)

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)

46. Does Innovation Lead to Firm Growth? Explorative versus Exploitative Innovations

Pontus Braunerhjelm, Ding Ding and Per Thulin (2017)

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 (2017)

42. Inherited Advantage and Spinoff Success

Anders Broström, Hans Lööf and Pardis Nabavi (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)

35. Judicial Efficiency and Entrepreneurs’ Expectations on the Reliability of European Legal Systems

Roberto Ippoliti, Alessandro Melcarne and Giovanni B. Ramello (2015)

33. Regulation, Firm Dynamics and Entrepreneurship

Pontus Braunerhjelm, Sameeksha Desai and Johan E. Eklund (2015)

31. Spin-offs: Why geography matters

Apostolos Baltzopoulos, Pontus Braunerhjelm, and Ioannis Tikoudis (2015)

30. Does Labor Mobility Foster Innovation? Evidence from Sweden

Pontus Braunerhjelm, Ding Ding and Per Thulin (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)

21. University Entrepreneurship and Professor Privilege

Erika Färnstrand Damsgaard and Marie Thursby (2013)

20. Does Academic Entrepreneurship Pay?

Pontus Braunerhjelm, Anders Broström and Thomas Åstebro (2012)

18. Billionaires

Tino Sanandaji and Peter T. Leeson (2012)

17. Institutions and Venture Capital

Josh Lerner and Joacim Tåg (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 (2013)

11. The Evolving Domain of Entrepreneurship Research

Bo Carlsson, Pontus Braunerhjelm, Maureen McKelvey, Christer Olofsson, Lars Persson, Håkan Ylinenpää (2013)

9. Social Entrepreneurship – a survey of current research

Pontus Braunerhjelm och Ulrika Stuart Hamilton (2013)

8. Creative Destruction and Productivity – Entreprenurship by type, sector and sequence

Martin Andersson, Pontus Braunerhjelm och Per Thulin (2013)

7. New Roads to Development

Pontus Braunerhjelm och Jannik Lindbaek (2013)

3. Barriers to information and communcation technology adoption in small firms

Vinit Parida, Johan Johansson, Håkan Ylinenpää and Pontus Braunerhjelm (2013)

1. Small Business Access to Credit

William Dennis (2013)