Jakob Molinder
Jakob Molinder
Associate Professor, Departments of Economic History, Uppsala University and Lund University
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More power to the people: electricity adoption, technological change, and labor conflict
J Molinder, T Karlsson, K Enflo
The Journal of Economic History 81 (2), 481-512, 2021
The economic effects of the 1920 eight-hour working day reform in Sweden
E Bengtsson, J Molinder
Scandinavian Economic History Review 65 (2), 149-168, 2017
Economic growth and the development of real wages: Swedish construction workers’ wages in comparative perspective, 1831–1900
J Ericsson, J Molinder
The Journal of Economic History 80 (3), 813-852, 2020
Social democracy and the decline of strikes
J Molinder, T Karlsson, K Enflo
Explorations in Economic History 83, 101420, 2022
Social mobility in Sweden before the welfare state
T Berger, P Engzell, B Eriksson, J Molinder
The Journal of Economic History 83 (2), 431-463, 2023
What can the state do for you? Relocation allowances and regional subsidies in post-war Sweden
J Molinder, J Ottosson, L Andersson-Skog, L Magnusson
Scandinavian Journal of History 42 (3), 273-298, 2017
Interregional migration, wages and labor market policy: Essays on the Swedish model in the postwar period
J Molinder
Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, 2017
Incomes and income inequality in Stockholm, 1870–1970: Evidence from micro data
E Bengtsson, J Molinder
Explorations in Economic History 92, 101568, 2024
The Swedish transition to equality: income inequality with new micro data, 1870–1970
E Bengtsson, J Molinder, S Prado
Machine-readable data file, Lund University, 2021
Wage differentials, economic restructuring and the solidaristic wage policy in Sweden
J Molinder
European Review of Economic History 23 (1), 97-121, 2019
Why did Swedish regional net migration rates fall in the 1970s? The role of policy changes versus structural change, 1945–1985
J Molinder
Scandinavian Economic History Review 66 (1), 91-115, 2018
Women's work and wages in the sixteenth century and Sweden's position in the ‘little divergence’
J Molinder, C Pihl
The Economic History Review 76 (1), 145-168, 2023
Historical roots of the dual-earner model: Women’s labour force participation in Sweden, 1870–1960
J Molinder
Arbetslöshetens bestämningsfaktorer i ekonomisk-historisk belysning-En analys av lönebildning, totalfaktorproduktivitet och löneutrymme under perioden 1911-1960.
J Molinder
Från Sundsvall till Saltsjöbaden–ett regionalt perspektiv på den svenska arbetsmarknaden
K Enflo, T Karlsson, J Molinder
Ekonomisk debatt 47 (6), 5-17, 2019
Modern Swedish Economic History
S Prado, J Molinder
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Economics and Finance, 2022
What happened to the incomes of the rich during the great levelling? Evidence from Swedish individual-level data, 1909–1950
E Bengtsson, J Molinder
Did industrialisation lead to segregation in cities of the nineteenth century? The case of Uppsala 1880–1900
J Molinder, M Söderhäll
Scandinavian Economic History Review 68 (1), 23-44, 2020
How effective are mobility subsidies in targeting the unemployed? Lessons from the Swedish Model, 1965–1975
J Molinder
Economic and Industrial Democracy 43 (4), 1724-1746, 2022
Poles Apart? Living Standards and Inequality by Labour Market Outcomes in Brazil and Sweden, ca. 1830–1920
J Molinder, T Pereira, S Prado
Scandinavia and South America—A Tale of Two Capitalisms: Essays on …, 2022
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