Mikael Lindahl
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Education for growth: Why and for whom?
AB Krueger, M Lindahl
Journal of economic literature 39 (4), 1101-1136, 2001
34002001
The causal effect of parents' schooling on children's schooling: A comparison of estimation methods
H Holmlund, M Lindahl, E Plug
Journal of economic literature 49 (3), 615-51, 2011
5332011
The origins of intergenerational associations: Lessons from Swedish adoption data
A Björklund, M Lindahl, E Plug
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 121 (3), 999-1028, 2006
4942006
Estimating the effect of income on health and mortality using lottery prizes as an exogenous source of variation in income
M Lindahl
Journal of Human resources 40 (1), 144-168, 2005
3672005
The effect of extra funding for disadvantaged pupils on achievement
E Leuven, M Lindahl, H Oosterbeek, D Webbink
The Review of Economics and Statistics 89 (4), 721-736, 2007
3332007
Independent schools and long‐run educational outcomes: Evidence from Sweden's large‐scale voucher reform
A Böhlmark, M Lindahl
Economica 82 (327), 508-551, 2015
321*2015
Algemene informatie
E Leuven, M Lindahl, H Oosterbeek, D Webbink
281*
Education for Growth in Sweden and the World
AB Krueger, M Lindahl
National bureau of economic research, 1999
2531999
The impact of school choice on pupil achievement, segregation and costs: Swedish evidence
A Bohlmark, M Lindahl
IZA Discussion Paper, 2007
1812007
Long-term intergenerational persistence of human capital an empirical analysis of four generations
M Lindahl, M Palme, SS Massih, A Sjögren
Journal of Human Resources 50 (1), 1-33, 2015
180*2015
Expanding schooling opportunities for 4-year-olds
E Leuven, M Lindahl, H Oosterbeek, D Webbink
Economics of Education Review 29 (3), 319-328, 2010
143*2010
Parental choice, neighbourhood segregation or cream skimming? An analysis of school segregation after a generalized choice reform
A Böhlmark, H Holmlund, M Lindahl
Journal of Population Economics 29 (4), 1155-1190, 2016
129*2016
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
1232018
Home versus school learning: A new approach to estimating the effect of class size on achievement
M Lindahl
Scandinavian Journal of Economics 107 (2), 375-394, 2005
87*2005
Education for growth: Why and for whom?
M Lindahl, AB Krueger
Journal of Economic Literature 39 (4), 1101-1136, 2001
682001
Intergenerational effects in Sweden: What can we learn from adoption data?
A Bjorklund, M Lindahl, E Plug
IZA discussion paper, 2004
632004
Family background and school performance during a turbulent era of school reforms
A Bjorklund, M Lindahl, K Sund
Swedish Economic Policy Review 10 (2), 111-136, 2003
532003
Summer learning and the effect of schooling: Evidence from Sweden
M Lindahl
Available at SSRN 267194, 2001
462001
Skolsegregation och skolval
A Böhlmark, H Holmlund, M Lindahl
Institutet för arbetsmarknads-och utbildningspolitisk utvärdering (IFAU), 2015
452015
Fighting corruption in education: What works and who benefits?
O Borcan, M Lindahl, A Mitrut
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 9 (1), 180-209, 2017
392017
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