Publications from UCLS

Here you will find top publications from researchers affiliated with UCLS.

Lindgren, K-O and S. Oskarsson (2023). "The Perpetuity of the Past: Transmission of Political Inequality across Multiple Generations." American Political Science Review, 17(3): 1004-1018.

Nekoei, A. and D. Seim (2023). “How Do Inheritances Shape Wealth Inequality? Theory and Evidence from Sweden." Review of Economic Studies, 90(1): 463-498.

Folke, O and J Rickne (2022). "Sexual Harassment and Gender Inequality in the Labor Market." The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 137(4): 2163-2212.

Dal Bó, E, F Finan, O Folke, J Rickne, and Torsten Persson (2022). Economic and Social Outsiders but Political Insiders: Sweden’s Populist Radical Right. Forthcoming The Review of Economic Studies.

Folke, O, C Prato, and J Rickne (2022). Party nomination strategies in list proportional representation systems. American Journal of Political Science, 66(3): 714-729.

van den Berg, G.J. and J. Vikström (2022). “Long-Run Effects of Dynamically Assigned Treatments: A New Methodology and an Evaluation of Training Effects on Earnings", Econometrica, 90(3): 1337-1354.

Hermo, S., M. Päällysaho, D. Seim, and J. Shapiro (2022). “Labor Market Returns and the Evolution of Cognitive Skills: Theory and Evidence.” Quarterly Journal of Economics, 137(4): 2309-2361.

Dehdari, S., K-O. Lindgren, S. Oskarsson, and K Vernby (2022). “The Ex-Factor: Examining the Gendered Effect of Divorce on Voter Turnout." American Political Science Review, 116(4): 1293-1308.

Cestone, G, C Fumagalli, F Kramarz, G Pica (2022). “Exploiting Growth Opportunities: The Role of Internal Labor Markets.” Forthcoming, The Review of Economic Studies.

Adermon, A., M. Lindahl, and M. Palme (2021). “Dynastic Human Capital, Inequality and Intergenerational Mobility.” American Economic Review, 111(5): 1523-1548

Aggeborn, L. and M. Öhman (2021). “The Effects of Fluoride in the Drinking Water.” Journal of Political Economy, 129 (2), 465-491

Danyiger, R., K-O. Lindgren, P. Nyman, and K. Vernby (2021). “Candidate Supply is Not a Barrier to Immigrant Representation.” American Journal of Political Science, 65(3): 683-698.

Landais, C., A. Nekoei, P. Nilsson, D. Seim, and J. Spinnewijn (2021). “Risk-based Selection in Unemployment Insurance: Evidence and Implications.” American Economic Review, 111(4): 1315-1355).

Grönqvist, H., P. Nilsson and P-O Robling (2020). “Understanding How Low Levels of Early Lead Exposure Affect Children's Life-Trajectories.” Journal of Political Economy, 128(9).

Broer T, N-J Harbo Hansen, P Krusell and E Öberg (2020). “The New Keynesian Transmission Mechanism: A Heterogeneous-Agent Perspective”.The Review of Economic Studies, 87(1): 77–101.

Almond, D., H. Li, S. Zhang (2019). “Land Reform and Sex Selection in China.” Journal of Political Economy, 127(2): 560-585.

Karadja, M. and E. Prawitz (2019). “Exit, Voice and Political Change: Evidence from Swedish Mass Migration to the United States.” Journal of Political Economy, 127(4): 1864-1925.

Saez, E., B. Schoefer, and D. Seim (2019). “Payroll Taxes, Firm Behavior, and Rent Sharing: Evidence from a Young Workers' Tax Cut in Sweden.”, American Economic Review, 109(5): 1717-1763.

Lindgren, K-O., S. Oskarsson, and M. Persson (2019). “Enhancing Electoral Equality: Can Education Compensate for Family Background Differences in Voting Participation”, American Political Science Review, 113(1): 108-122.

Fredriksson P, L Hensvik and ON Skans (2018). “Mismatch of Talent: Evidence on Match Quality, Entry Wages, and Job Mobility.” American Economic Review, 108(11): 3303-3338.

Kolsrud, J., Landais, C., Nilsson, J Peter and Spinnewijn, J. (2018). “The Optimal Timing of Unemployment Benefits: Theory and Evidence from Sweden.” American Economic Review, 108(4): 985-1033.

Solis, Alex (2017). “Credit Access and College Enrollment.” Journal of Political Economy, 125(2): 562-622.

Lindgren, Karl-Oskar, Oskarsson, Sven and Dawes, C. (2017). "Can Political Inequalities Be Educated Away? Evidence from a Large-scale Reform." American Journal of Political Science, 61(1): 222-236.

Nilsson, J Peter (2017). “Alcohol Availability, Prenatal Conditions, and Long-term Economic Outcomes.” Journal of Political Economy, 125(4): 1149-1207.

Dal Bó E., Folke, Olle, Finan, F., Persson, T. and Rickne, Johanna (2017). “Who Becomes a Politician.” Quarterly Journal of Economics, 132(4): 1877–1914.

Besley T., Folke, Olle, Persson, T. and Rickne, Johanna (2017). “Gender Quotas and the Crisis of the Mediocre Man: Theory and Evidence from Sweden.” American Economic Review, 107(8): 2204–2242.

Folke, Olle, Persson, T. and Rickne, Johanna (2016). “The Primary Effect: Preference Votes and Political Promotions.” American Political Science Review, 110(3): 559-578.

Eriksson, Stefan and Rooth, D-O. (2014). “Do Employers Use Unemployment as a Sorting Criterion When Hiring? Evidence from a Field Experiment.” American Economic Review, 104(3): 1014-1039.

Kramarz, Francis and Nordström Skans, Oskar (2014). “When Strong Ties are Strong: Family Networks and Youth Labor Market Entry.” Review of Economics Studies, 81(3): 1164–1200.

Figlio D., Guryan, J., Karbownik, Krzysztof and Roth, J. (2014). “The effects of poor neonatal health on children's cognitive development.” American Economic Review, 104(12): 3921-3955.

Dawes, C., Cesarini, D., Fowler, J., Johannesson, M., Magnusson, P., Oskarsson, Sven (2014). “The Relationship between Genes, Psychological Traits, and Political Participation.” American Journal of Political Science, 58(4): 888-903.

Cesarini, D., Johannesson, M., Oskarsson, Sven (2014). “Pre-Birth Factors, Post-Birth Factors, and Voting: Evidence from Swedish Adoption Data.” American Political Science Review, 108(1): 71-87.

Vernby, Kåre (2013). “Inclusion and Public Policy: Evidence from Sweden’s Introduction of Noncitizen Suffrage.” American Journal of Political Science, 57(1): 15–29.

Fredriksson, Peter, Öckert, Björn and Oosterbeek, H. (2013). “Long-term Effects of Class Size.” Quarterly Journal of Economics, 128(1): 249–285.