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Matthew J. Lindquist
Matthew J. Lindquist
professor i nationalekonomi, Stockholms universitet
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Why do entrepreneurial parents have entrepreneurial children?
MJ Lindquist, J Sol, M Van Praag
Journal of Labor Economics 33 (2), 269-296, 2015
6202015
Life-cycle variations in the association between current and lifetime income: replication and extension for Sweden
A Böhlmark, MJ Lindquist
Journal of Labor Economics 24 (4), 879-896, 2006
4242006
The effect of education on criminal convictions and incarceration: Causal evidence from micro‐data
R Hjalmarsson, H Holmlund, MJ Lindquist
The Economic Journal 125 (587), 1290-1326, 2015
2932015
Family background and income during the rise of the welfare state: trends in brother correlations for Swedish men born 1932-1968
A Björklund, M Jäntti, MJ Lindquist
Journal of Public Economics 93 (5-6), 671-680, 2009
1842009
A comparison of upward and downward intergenerational mobility in Canada, Sweden and the United States
M Corak, MJ Lindquist, B Mazumder
Labour Economics 30, 185-200, 2014
1692014
Like godfather, like son: Exploring the intergenerational nature of crime
R Hjalmarsson, MJ Lindquist
Journal of Human Resources 47 (2), 550-582, 2012
1512012
Capital-skill complementarity and inequality over the business cycle
MJ Lindquist
Review of Economic Dynamics 7 (3), 519-540, 2004
1332004
Rich dad, smart dad: Decomposing the intergenerational transmission of income
L Lefgren, D Sims, MJ Lindquist
Journal of Political Economy 120 (2), 268-303, 2012
1292012
What more than parental income, education and occupation? An exploration of what Swedish siblings get from their parents
A Björklund, L Lindahl, MJ Lindquist
The BE Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy 10 (1), 2010
1282010
On the origins of entrepreneurship: Evidence from sibling correlations
T Vladasel, MJ Lindquist, J Sol, M Van Praag
Journal of business venturing 36 (5), 106017, 2021
109*2021
The origins of intergenerational associations in crime: Lessons from Swedish adoption data
R Hjalmarsson, MJ Lindquist
Labour Economics 20, 68-81, 2013
922013
Does placing children in foster care increase their adult criminality?
MJ Lindquist, T Santavirta
Labour Economics 31, 72-83, 2014
872014
Capital–skill complementarity and inequality in Sweden
MJ Lindquist
The Scandinavian Journal of Economics 107 (4), 711-735, 2005
852005
The importance of family background and neighborhood effects as determinants of crime
KH Eriksson, R Hjalmarsson, MJ Lindquist, A Sandberg
Journal of Population Economics 29, 219-262, 2016
762016
Is the Swedish central government a wage leader?
MJ Lindquist, R Vilhelmsson
Applied Economics 38 (14), 1617-1625, 2006
672006
Key players in co-offending networks
MJ Lindquist, Y Zenou
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP9889, 2014
582014
The causal effect of military conscription on crime
R Hjalmarsson, MJ Lindquist
The Economic Journal 129 (622), 2522-2562, 2019
48*2019
The dynamics of child poverty in Sweden
MJ Lindquist, G Sjögren Lindquist
Journal of Population Economics 25, 1423-1450, 2012
472012
The health effects of prison
R Hjalmarsson, MJ Lindquist
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 14 (4), 234-270, 2022
362022
Network effects on worker productivity
MJ Lindquist, J Sauermann, Y Zenou
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP10928, 2015
352015
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