Lorenz Gschwent; with Marcel Caesmann; Janis, Goldzycher, and Matteo Grigoletto: “Censorship in democracy“. Working Paper No. 446. University of Zurich: Department of Economics. URL:

Jens Wrona; with Hartmut Egger, Udo Kreickemeier, and Christoph Moser: “Offshoring and job polarisation between firms”, in Journal of International Economics (2024), 148,103892. DOI:

Martin Karlsson; with Daniel Avdic, Simon Decker, and Martin Salm: “No-claim refunds and healthcare use”, in Journal of Public Economics (2024), 230, 105061. DOI:


Maren Kaliske: “Intra-EU trade-embodied carbon emissions: Is there voting for dirty comparative advantages?”, in Economics Letters (2023), 111305. DOI:

Marie Paul and Fabian T. Dehos: “The Effects of After-School Programs on Maternal Employment”, in Journal of Human Resources (2023),0120-10651R1. DOI:

Philip Jung; with Philipp Korfmann and Edgar Preugschat: “Optimal regional labor market policies”, in European Economic Review (2023), 152(C), 104318. DOI:

Tobias Seidel; with Gabriel M. Ahlfeldt and Stephan Heblich: “Micro-geographic property price and rent indices”, in Regional Science and Urban Economics (2023), 98, 103836.                                                                                                  DOI:

Tobias Seidel; with Raphael Becker, and  Sergey Nigai: ” Integrated versus segmented markets: Implications for export pricing and welfare”, in Review of International Economics (2023). DOI:

Martin Karlsson; with Sarah Cattan, Daniel Kamhöfer and Therese Nilsson: ” The Long-Term Effects of Student Absence: Evidence from Sweden”, in The Economic Journal (2023), 133(650), pp. 888-903.                                              DOI:


Marie Paul; with Bernd Fitzenberger and Aderonke Osikomin: “The effects of training incidence and planned training duration on labor market transitions”, in Journal of Econometrics (2022), 58(5). DOI:

Martin Karlsson; with Sonia Bhalotra, Therese Nilsson, and Nina Schwarz: “Infant Health, Cognitive Performance, and Earnings: Evidence from Inception of the Welfare State in Sweden”, in The Review of Economics and Statistics (2022), 104(6), pp. 1138–1156. DOI:

Martin Karlsson; with Masym Obrizan and Mykhailo Matvieiev: “The Macroeconomic Impact of the 1918–19 Influenza Pandemic in Sweden”, in B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics (2022).                                                                  DOI:

Jens Wrona; with Hartmut Egger, Udo Kreickemeier, and Christoph Moser: “Exporting and Offshoring with Monopsonistic Competition”, in The Economic Journal (2022), 132(644), pp. 1449-1488.                                              DOI:


Nadine Riedel; with Bodo Knoll, Thomas Schwab, Maximilian Todtenhaupt, and Johannes Voget: “Cross-border effects of R&D tax incentives”, in Research Policy (2021), 50(9), 104326.                                                                            DOI: 

Jens Wrona and Wilhelm Kohler: “Trade in tasks: Revisiting the wage and employment effects of offshoring”, in Canadian Journal of Economics (2021), 54(2), pp. 648-676. DOI:

Galina Zudenkova; with Thomas König, Nick Lin, Xiao Lu & Thiago N. Silva, and Nikoleta Yordanova: “Agenda Control and Timing of Bill Initiation: A Temporal Perspective on Coalition Governance in Parliamentary Democracies”, in American Political Science Review (2021), 116(1), pp. 231-248. DOI:

Galina Zudenkova and Marina Dodlova: “Incumbents’ performance and political extremism”, in Journal of Public Economics (2021), 201, 104473. DOI:

Martin Karlsson; with Nina Boberg-Fazlic, Maryna Ivets and Therese Nilsson: “Disease and fertility: Evidence from the 1918–19 influenza pandemic in Sweden”, in Economics and Human Biology (2021), 43, 101020.                              DOI:

Martin Karlsson; with Martin Fischer, Gawain Heckley and Therese Nilsson: “Revisiting Sweden’s comprehensive school reform: Effects on education and earnings”, in Journal of Applied Econometrics (2021), 37(4), pp. 811-819. DOI:

Tobias Seidel; with Jens Südekum and Marcel Henkel:  “Fiscal Transfers in the Spatial Economy”, in American Economic Journal: Economic Policy (2021), 13(4), pp. 433-468.                                                                              Available at:

Christiane Hellmanzik and Lucas Kuld: “No place like home: geography and culture in the dissemination of economic research articles”, in Empirical Economics (2021), 61, pp. 201-229.                                                                DOI:

Martin Karlsson; with Martin Fischer, Ulf Gerdtham, Gawain Heckley, Gustav Kjellsson and Therese Nilsson: “Education and health: long-run effects of peers, tracking and years”, in Economic Policy (2021), 36(105), pp. 3-49. DOI:

Martin Karlsson; with Norman Bannenberg, Oddvar Førland, Tor Iversen, and Henning Øien: “Preventive Home Visits”, in American Journal of Health Economics (2021), 7(4), pp. 457-496.

Nadine Riedel and Martin Simmler: “Large and Influential: Firm Size and Governments’ Corporate Tax Rate Choice”, in Canadian Journal of Economics (2021), 54(2), pp. 812-839. DOI:


Tobias Seidel and Jan Wickerath: “Rush hours and urbanization”, in Regional Science and Urban Economics (2020), 85, 103580. DOI:

Martin Karlsson; with Dominika Seblova, Martin Fischer, Stefan Fors, Kristina Johnell, Therese Nilsson, Anna C. Svensson, Martin Lövdén, and Anton Lager: “Does Prolonged Education Causally Affect Dementia Risk When Adult Socioeconomic Status Is Not Altered? A Swedish Natural Experiment in 1.3 Million Individuals”, in American Journal of Epidemiology (2020), 190(5), pp.817–826. DOI:

Nadine Riedel; with Collen Lediga and Kristina Strohmaier: ” What You Do (and What You Don’t) Get When Expanding the Net- Evidence from Forced Taxpayer Registrations in South Africa”, SSRN Working Paper (2020). Available at:      DOI:

Nadine Riedel; with Collen Lediga and Kristina Strohmaier: “Tax Enforcement Spillovers – Evidence from South Africa”, SSRN Working Paper (2020). DOI:

Galina Zudenkova; with Elisabeth Gsottbauer, Daniel Müller, Samuel Müller and Stefan T. Trautmann: “Social class and (un)ethical behavior: Causal versus correlational evidence”, Working Papers, Faculty of Economics and Statistics, Universität Innsbruck (2020).                                                                                                                    Available at: 

Martin Karlsson; with Juan Pablo Atal, Hanming Fang,  and Nicolas R. Ziebarth: ” German Long-Term Health Insurance: Theory Meets Evidence”, NBER Working Paper (2020) No.26870.                                                                      Availbale at:

Nadine Riedel; with Johannes Becker and Niels Johannesen: “Taxation and the allocation of risk inside the multinational firm”, in Journal of Public Economics (2020), 183, 104138.                                                                            DOI:

Nadine Riedel; with Martin Simmler and Christian Wittrock: ” Local fiscal policies and their impact on the number and spatial distribution of new firms”, in Regional Science and Urban Economics (2020), 83, 103525.                      DOI:

Martin Karlsson; with Martin Fischer, Therese Nilsson and Nina Schwarz: “The Long-Term Effects of Long Terms – Compulsory Schooling Reforms in Sweden”, in Journal of the European Economic Association (2020), 18(6):pp. 2776-2823. DOI:


Tobias Seidel and Maximilian von Ehrlich: “Financial Development and Inequality in the Global Economy”, in Scandinavian Journal of Economics ( 2019), 121(4), pp. 1533-1560. DOI:

Nadine Riedel; with Valeria Merlo and Georg Wamser: “The impact of thin-capitalization rules on the location of multinational firms’ foreign affiliates” in Review of International Economics (2019), 28 (1): pp. 35-61.                      DOI:

Tobias Seidel and Marcel Henkel: “A spatial perspective on European integration: Heterogeneous welfare and migration effects from the Single Market and the Brexit”, in Economic Inquiry (2019), 57(1), pp. 333-354.                    DOI: