Uppsala Center for Labor Studies affiliates mainly communicate their work through working papers and peer-reviewed journal articles.
David Åkerlund, Bart Golsteyn, Hans Grönqvist and Lena Lindahl (2016):
Time Discounting and Criminal Behavior, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
J Peter Nilsson (2016):
Alcohol Availability, Prenatal Conditions, and Long-term Economic Outcomes, Journal of Political Economy (forthcoming).
Stefan Eriksson and Dan-Olof Rooth (2014):
Do Employers Use Unemployment as a Sorting Criterion When Hiring? Evidence from a Field Experiment. American Economic Review, 104(3): 1014-1039.
Peter Fredriksson and Björn Öckert (2014):
Life-cycle Effects of Age at School Start. Economic Journal, Vol. 124, pp. 977–1004.
Francis Kramarz and Oskar Nordström Skans (2014):
When Strong Ties are Strong: Family Networks and Youth Labor Market Entry. Review of Economics Studies, 81(3), 1164–1200.
Peter Fredriksson, Björn Öckert and Hessel Oosterbeek (2013):
Long-term Effects of Class Size. Quarterly Journal of Economics 128, pp. 249–285.
Kåre Vernby (2013), Inclusion and Public Policy: Evidence from Sweden’s Introduction of Noncitizen Suffrage. American Journal of Political Science 57, pp. 15–29, January.
Niklas Bengtsson and Per Engström (2013):
Replacing Trust with Control: A Field Test of Motivation Crowd Out Theory. Economic Journal, 124 (June), 833–858.
Mikael Carlsson and Oskar Nordström Skans (2012):
Evaluating Microfoundations for Aggregate Price Rigidities: Evidence from Matched Firm-Level Data on Product Prices and Unit Labor Cost. American Economic Review, pp. 1571–1595, June.
Matz Dahlberg, Karin Edmark and Helene Lundqvist (2012):
Ethnic Diversity and Preferences for Redistribution.
Journal of Political Economy, pp. 41–76, February.
Lena Hensvik (2012):
Competition Wages and Teacher Sorting: Lessons Learned from a Voucher Reform.
The Economic Journal, pp. 799–824, June.