Scandinavian Economic History Review, 1750-2837

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  1. Allocating job losses: The mass-layoffs at the Swedish Tobacco Monopoly in 1921

    Tobias Karlsson, 2010, (Accepted/In press) In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. 58, 2

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  2. Carin Israelsson "Kor och människor, 2005"

    Patrick Svensson, 2008, In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. 56:2, p. 163-165

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  3. Comments on McCloskey and Weingast

    Erik Ringmar, 2017, In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. 65, 2, p. 124-126 3 p.

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  4. Computation of a monthly index for Swedish stock returns: 1919-1990

    Björn Hansson, 1992, In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. XL

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  5. Den egna vägen: Sverige och den europeiska integrationen 1961–1971

    Benny Carlson, 2010, In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. 58, 1, p. 88-90

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  6. Did Industrialization Lead to Segregation in Cities of the Nineteenth Century? The Case of Uppsala 1880–1900

    Jakob Molinder & Martin Söderhäll, 2019 Jul 19, In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. p. 23–44 22 p., 68:1.

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  7. Eli Heckscher and Natural Monopoly: The Nightmare that Never Came True

    Benny Carlson, 1992, In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. 40, 3, p. 53-79

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  8. Ett nödvändigt ont. Statsskuld och politik i Förenta Staterna och Sverige 1780–1870

    Håkan Lobell, 2011, In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. 59, 2, p. 203-205

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  9. Gösta Bagge's American Lessons

    Benny Carlson, 1991, In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. 39, 2, p. 29-41

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  10. Gunnar Wetterberg: Pengarna & Makten. Riksbankens historia.

    Håkan Lobell, 2010, Scandinavian Economic History Review, 58, 3, p. 273-275.

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  11. Innovation and industrial renewal in Sweden, 1970–2007

    Karolin Sjöö, 2016 Sep, In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. 64, 3, p. 258-277

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  12. Innovation trends and industrial renewal in Finland and Sweden 1970-2013

    Astrid Kander, Josef Taalbi, Juha Oksanen, Karolin Sjöö & Nina Rilla, 2018 Oct 3, In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. 54 p.

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  13. John Ragnar Myking: "Herre over andre si jord? Norske leglendingsvilkår i europeisk lys 1500-1800"

    Mats Olsson, 2008, In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. 56, 1, p. 92-94

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  14. Labour and the ‘law of one price’: regional wage convergence of farm workers in Sweden, 1757–1980

    Svante Prado, Christer Lundh, Kristoffer Collin & Kerstin Enflo, 2021, In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. 69, 1, p. 41-62

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  15. Lindahl, Dynamics and Death

    Benny Carlson, 1988, In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. 36, 1, p. 76-86

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  16. Machines and Energy. Energy Capital ratios in Europe and Latin America 1875 - 1970

    Cristián Ducoing, Ben Gales, Rick Hölsgens & Marí­a del Mar Rubio-Varas, 2019, In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. 67, 1, p. 31-46

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  17. Men at work. Wages and industriousness in southern Sweden 1500–1850

    Kathryn Gary & Mats Olsson, 2020, In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. 68, 2, p. 112 128 p.

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  18. Regional Wages in Industry and Labour Market Integration in Sweden, 1861-1913

    Christer Lundh, Lennart Schön & Lars Svensson, 2005, In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. XLXIII, 3

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  19. Review of Lars Bisgaard och Leif Søndergaard (red.), "Living with the Black Death"

    Dick Harrison, 2010, In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. 58, 2010/2, p. 179-181

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  20. Rolf G H Henriksson: Konjunkturinstitutet under Erik Lundbergs tid: tillbakablickar vid 50-årsjubileet

    Benny Carlson, Johan Söderberg, Angus Maddison, Birte Broch, Riitta Hjerppe, Bente Rosenbeck & Carl Axel Nilsson, 1989, In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. 37, 2, p. 106-107

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  21. Samhällsförändring på väg: Perspektiv på den svenska bilismens utveckling mellan 1950 och 2007

    Benny Carlson, 2011, In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. 59, 1, p. 85-87

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  22. Swedish Historical National Accounts, 1800-2000: Principles and Implications of a New Generation

    Håkan Lobell, Lennart Schön & Olle Krantz, 2008, In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. 56, 2, p. 142-159

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  23. Technological Shifts and Convergence in a European perspective since 1950

    Lennart Schön, 2007, In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. 55, 3, p. 222-243

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  24. The Business Cycle Has Not Been Dampened: A Reply

    Michael Bergman & Lars Jonung, 1993, In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. XLI, p. 286-290

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  25. The business cycle has not been dampened: The case of Sweden and the United States 1873-1988

    M. Bergman & L. Jonung, 1993, In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. 41, 1, p. 18-36 19 p.

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  26. The Swedish Model and Manufacturing Industry - a pattern of Change

    Lars Pettersson, 1999, In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. 2

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  27. Unequal poverty and equal industrialisation: Finnish wealth, 1750–1900

    Erik Bengtsson, Anna Missiaia, Ilkka Nummela & Mats Olsson, 2019, In: Scandinavian Economic History Review. 67, 3, p. 229-248

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