Econ Journal Watch, 1933-527X

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  2. It will soon be 1984…: Ingemar Ståhl’s pioneering 1979 proposal to abolish cash to strengthen the Swedish welfare state

    Ingemar Ståhl, 2020, In : Econ Journal Watch. 17, 1, p. 242-255 14 p.

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  3. Lawrence Summers Deserves a Nobel Prize for Reviving the Theory of Secular Stagnation

    Julius Probst, 2019 Sep 30, In : Econ Journal Watch. 16, 2, p. 342-373

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  4. Eli Heckscher’s Ideological Migration Toward Market Liberalism

    Benny Carlson, 2016, In : Econ Journal Watch. 13, 1, p. 75-99

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  5. Yes, There Are Hayekian Welfare States (At Least in Theory)

    Andreas Bergh, 2015, In : Econ Journal Watch. 12, 1, p. 22-27

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  6. Gunnar Myrdal

    Benny Carlson, 2013, In : Econ Journal Watch. 10, 3, p. 507-520

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  7. It can't happen, it's a bad idea, it won't last: U.S. economists on the EMU and the euro, 1989-2002

    Lars Jonung & Eoin Drea, 2010, In : Econ Journal Watch. 7, 1, p. 4-52 49 p.

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  8. Reaching the Top? On Gender Balance in the Economics Profession

    Christina Jonung & Ann-Charlotte Stahlberg, 2008, In : Econ Journal Watch. 5, 2, p. 174

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  9. Is the Swedish Welfare State a Free Lunch?

    Andreas Bergh, 2006, In : Econ Journal Watch. 3, 2, p. 210-235

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  11. Does Economics Have a Gender?

    Christina Jonung & Ann-Charlotte Stahlberg, 2009, In : Econ Journal Watch. 6, 1, p. 60-72

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