The Welfare State in Transition: Reforming the Swedish Model
Richard Freeman (),
Robert Topel and
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Chapters in this book:
- Introduction to "The Welfare State in Transition: Reforming the Swedish Model" , pp 1-32
- Richard Freeman, Robert Topel and Birgitta Swedenborg
- Generating Equality and Eliminating Poverty, the Swedish Way , pp 33-78
- Anders Bjorklund and Richard Freeman
- Public Employment, Taxes, and the Welfare State in Sweden , pp 79-108
- Sherwin Rosen
- Tax Policy in Sweden , pp 109-154
- Erik Norrman and Charles McLure, Jr.
- Wage Policy and Restructuring: The Swedish Labor Market since 1960 , pp 155-202
- Per-Anders Edin and Robert Topel
- The Effects of Sweden's Welfare State on Labor Supply Incentives , pp 203-266
- Thomas Aronsson and James Walker
- An Evaluation of the Swedish Active Labor Market Policy: New and Received Wisdom , pp 267-298
- Anders Forslund and Alan Krueger
- Taxes and Subsidies in Swedish Unemployment , pp 299-314
- Lars Ljungqvist and Thomas Sargent
- The Social Costs of Regulation and Lack of Competition in Sweden: A Summary , pp 315-352
- Stefan Folster and Sam Peltzman
- Industrial Policy, Employer Size, and Economic Performance in Sweden , pp 353-398
- Steven Davis and Magnus Henrekson
- A Heckscher-Ohlin View of Sweden Competing in the Global Marketplace , pp 399-464
- Edward E. Learner and Per Lundborg
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