Daniel Waldenström
Daniel Waldenström
Professor of Economics, Institutet för Näringslivsforskning and Paris School of Economics
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TitleCited byYear
The long-run determinants of inequality: What can we learn from top income data?
J Roine, J Vlachos, D Waldenström
Journal of Public Economics 93 (7-8), 974-988, 2009
3142009
The evolution of top incomes in an egalitarian society: Sweden, 1903–2004
J Roine, D Waldenström
Journal of public economics 92 (1-2), 366-387, 2008
1992008
Long-run trends in the distribution of income and wealth
J Roine, D Waldenström
Handbook of income distribution 2, 469-592, 2015
1862015
Intergenerational top income mobility in Sweden: Capitalist dynasties in the land of equal opportunity?
A Björklund, J Roine, D Waldenström
Journal of Public Economics 96 (5-6), 474-484, 2012
1522012
Wealth concentration over the path of development: Sweden, 1873–2006
J Roine, D Waldenström
Scandinavian Journal of Economics 111 (1), 151-187, 2009
1382009
Long-run changes in the concentration of wealth: An overview of recent findings
H Ohlsson, J Roine, D Waldenström
PERSONAL WEALTH FROM A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE, JB Davies, ed., Oxford: Oxford …, 2008
852008
On the role of capital gains in Swedish income inequality
J Roine, D Waldenström
Review of Income and Wealth 58 (3), 569-587, 2012
832012
Top incomes in Sweden over the twentieth century
J Roine, D Waldenström
Top Incomes: A Global Perspective 2, 2010
792010
Intergenerational wealth mobility and the role of inheritance: Evidence from multiple generations
A Adermon, M Lindahl, D Waldenström
The Economic Journal 128 (612), F482-F513, 2018
722018
Capital shares and income inequality: Evidence from the long run
E Bengtsson, D Waldenström
The Journal of Economic History 78 (3), 712-743, 2018
632018
Markets work in war: World War II reflected in the Zurich and Stockholm bond markets
BS Frey, D Waldenström
Financial History Review 11 (1), 51-67, 2004
572004
International financial liberalization and industry growth
J Vlachos, D Waldenström
International Journal of Finance & Economics 10 (3), 263-284, 2005
522005
Did Nordic countries recognize the gathering storm of World War II? Evidence from the bond markets
D Waldenström, BS Frey
Explorations in Economic History 45 (2), 107-126, 2008
502008
Inheritance and wealth inequality: Evidence from population registers
M Elinder, O Erixson, D Waldenström
Journal of Public Economics 165, 17-30, 2018
442018
Citation success: Evidence from economic history journal publications
G Di Vaio, D Waldenström, J Weisdorf
Explorations in Economic History 49 (1), 92-104, 2012
392012
Common trends and shocks to top incomes: a structural breaks approach
J Roine, D Waldenström
Review of Economics and Statistics 93 (3), 832-846, 2011
392011
Swedish stock and bond returns, 1856–2012
D Waldenström
IFN Working Paper, 2014
362014
Exchange rates, prices, and wages, 1277-2008
R Edvinsson, T Jacobson, D Waldenström
Ekerlids förlag, 2010
362010
How government bond prices reflect wartime events: the case of the Stockholm market
D Waldenström, BS Frey
Working paper/Institute for Empirical Research in Economics 102, 2002
342002
Inheritance taxation in Sweden, 1885–2004: the role of ideology, family firms, and tax avoidance
M Henrekson, D Waldenström
The Economic History Review 69 (4), 1228-1254, 2016
312016
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