Lena Lindahl
Lena Lindahl
Associate Professor of Economics, Swedish Institute for Social Research, Stockholm University
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Adolescent time preferences predict lifetime outcomes
BHH Golsteyn, H Grönqvist, L Lindahl
The Economic Journal 124 (580), F739-F761, 2014
2642014
Do birth order and family size matter for intergenerational income mobility? Evidence from Sweden
L Lindahl
138*2002
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
982010
A comparison of family and neighborhood effects on grades, test scores, educational attainment and income—evidence from Sweden
L Lindahl
The Journal of Economic Inequality 9 (2), 207-226, 2011
732011
Time discounting and criminal behavior
D Åkerlund, BHH Golsteyn, H Grönqvist, L Lindahl
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (22), 6160-6165, 2016
702016
Youth unemployment and inactivity: A comparison of school-to-work transitions and labour market outcomes in four Nordic countries
K Albæk
Nordic Council of Ministers, 2015
502015
Trends in life expectancy by income and the role of specific causes of death
K Hederos, M Jäntti, L Lindahl, J Torssander
Economica 85 (339), 606-625, 2018
33*2018
Time Preferences and Criminal Behavior
D Akerlund, B Golsteyn, H Gronqvist, L Lindahl
IZA Discussion Paper, 2014
152014
Gender and inequality of opportunity in Sweden
K Hederos, M Jäntti, L Lindahl
Social Choice and Welfare 49 (3), 605-635, 2017
122017
Labour income, social transfers and child poverty
B Bradbury, M Jäntti, L Lindahl
Social Indicators Research 143 (1), 251-276, 2019
112019
What more than parental income? An exploration of what Swedish siblings get from their parents
A Björklund, L Lindahl, MJ Lindquist
IZA Discussion Papers, 2008
102008
Den gymnasiala yrkesutbildningen och inträdet på arbetsmarknaden
L Lindahl
Vägen till arbete–arbetsmarknadspolitik, utbildning och …, 2011
92011
Better Late Than Never? How Late Completion Affects the Early Careers of Dropouts
K Albæk, R Asplund, E Barth, L Lindahl, M Strøm, P Vanhala
IZA Discussion Paper, 2019
82019
Intergenerational Ethical Issues and Communication Related to High-Level Nuclear Waste Repositories
M Tondel, L Lindahl
Current environmental health reports 6 (4), 338-343, 2019
62019
Ethical issues related to the promotion of a “100 mSv Threshold Assumption” in Japan after the Fukushima Nuclear Accident in 2011: background and consequences
T Tsuda, L Lindahl, A Tokinobu
Current environmental health reports 4 (2), 119-129, 2017
62017
Ungdomsarbeidsløshet i Norden
K Albaek, R Asplund, E Barth, L Lindahl, K von Simson
Søkelys på arbeidslivet 32 (01-02), 78-90, 2015
62015
Trends in life expectancy by income and the role of specific causes of death
K Eriksson, M Jäntti, L Lindahl, J Torssander
Swedish Institute for Social Research, Working Paper (8/2014), 2014
62014
On the variability of income within and across generations
M Jäntti, L Lindahl
Economics Letters 117 (1), 165-167, 2012
62012
Improving the school-to-work transition for vocational students-What can we learn from research?
L Lindahl
42011
College choice and subsequent earnings. Results using Swedish sibling data
L Lindahl, H Regnér
42003
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