One of the main objectives of the IIES is to produce outstanding research for publication in leading international journals. Here you can find IIES working papers in our Seminar Papers Series, doctoral theses in the Monograph series and scientific articles published in journals by our faculty.


IIES' researchers are frequently published in leading journals. Here is a collection of articles accepted for publication or published in the five leading journals in economics: American Economic Review, Econometrica, Journal of Political Economy, Quarterly Journal of Economics and The Review of Economic Studies.


Philippe Aghion, Antonin Bergeaud, Timo Boppart, Peter J. Klenow and Huiyu Li, "A Theory of Falling Growth and Rising Rents", The Review of Economic Studies.



Diether W. Beuermann, C. Kirabo Jackson, Laia Navarro-Sola and Francisco Pardo, "What is a Good School, and Can Parents Tell? Evidence on the Multidimensionality of School Output", The Review of Economic Studies, 90:1.

Gideon Bornstein, Per Krusell and Sergio Rebelo, "A World Equilibrium Model of the Oil Market", The Review of Economic Studies, 90:1.

Arash Nekoei and David Seim, "How do Inheritances Shape Wealth Inequality? Theory and Evidence from Sweden", The Review of Economic Studies, 90:1.

Ernesta Dal Bo, Frederico Finan, Olle Folke, Torsten Persson and Johanna Rickne, "Economic and Social Outisders but Political Insiders: Sweden's Populist radical Right", The Review of Economic Studies, 90:2.


Orazio Attanasio, Kieran Larkin, Morten O. Ravn and mario Padula, "(S)cars and the Great Recession", Econometrica, 90:5.

Tessa Bold, Selene Ghisolfi, Frances Nsonzi and Jakob Svensson, "Market Access and Quality Upgrading: Evidence from Four Field Experiments", American Economic Review, 112:8.


John Hassler, Per Krusell and Conny Olovsson, "Directed Technical Change as a Response to Natural Resource Scarcity", Journal of Political Economy, 129:11.

Alexandre Kohlhas and Asgar Walther, "Asymmetric Attention", American Economic Review, 111:9.

Arash Nekoei, Peter Nilsson, Camille Landais, David Seim and Johannes Spinnewijn, "Risk-based Selection in Unemployment Insurance: Evidence and Implications", American Economic Review, 111:4.


Ingvild Almås, Alexander Cappelen and Bertil Tungodden, "Cutthroat Capitalism versus Cuddly Socialism: Are Americans More Meritocratic and Efficiency-Seeking than Scandinavians?", Journal of Political Economy, 128:5.

Timo Boppart and Per Krusell, "Labor Supply in the Past, Present, and Future: A Balanced-growth Perspective", Journal of Political Economy, 128:1.

Tobias Broer, Per Krusell, Niels-Jakob Hansen and Erik Öberg, "The New Keynesian Transmission Mechanism: A Heterogeneous Agent Perspective", The Review of Economic Studies, 87:1.

Kurt Mitman, Greg Kaplan and Gianluca Violante, "The Housing Boom and Bust: Model Meets Evidence", Journal of Political Economy, 128:9.

Peter Nilsson, Hans Grönqvist and Per-Olov Robling, "Understanding How Low Levels of Early Lead Exposure Affects Children's Life Trajectories", Journal of Political Economy, 128:9.


Philippe Aghion, Antonin Bergeaud, Timo Boppart, Pete Klenow, and Huiyu Li, "Missing Growth from Creative Destruction", American Economic Review, 109:8.

Konrad Burchardi, Benedetta Lerva, Selim Gulesci and Munshi Sulaiman, "Moral Hazard: Experimental Evidence from Tenancy Contracts’’, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 134:1.

Konrad Burchardi, Thomas Chaney and Tarek Hassan, "Migrants, Ancestors, and Investments", The Review of Economic Studies, 86:4.


Jonas Kolsrud, Camille Landais, Peter Nilsson and Johannes Spinnewijn, "The Optimal Timing of Unemployment Benefits: Theory and Evidence om Sweden", American Economic Review, 108:4-5.

Assar Lindbeck and Mats Persson, "Social Norms in Social Insurance", Journal of Political Economy, 126(S1).

Jonathan de Quidt, Johannes Haushofer and Christopher Roth, "Measuring and Bounding Experimenter Demand", American Economic Review, 108:11.


David Cesarini, Erik Lindqvist, Matt Notowidigdo, and Robert Östling,  "The Effect of Wealth on Individual and Household Labor Supply: Evidence from Swedish Lotteries", American Economic Review, 107:12.

Per Krusell, Toshihiko Mukoyama, Richard Rogerson, and Ayşegül Şahin, "Gross Worker Flows over the Business Cycle", American Economic Review, 107:11.

Timothy Besley, Olle Folke, Torsten Persson, and Johanna Rickne, "Gender Quotas and the Crisis of the Mediocre Man: Theory and Evidence from Sweden", American Economic Review, 107:8.

Tessa Bold, Kayuki C. Kaizzi, Jakob Svensson and David Yanagizawa-Drott, "Lemon Technologies and Adoption: Measurement, Theory and Evidence from Agricultural Markets in Uganda", Quarterly Journal of Economics, 132:3.

Ernesto Dal Bó, Frederico Finan, Olle Folke, Torsten Persson, and Johanna Rickne, "Who becomes a politician?", Quarterly Journal of Economics, 132:4.

Arash Nekoei and Andrea Weber, "Does Extending Unemployment Benefits Improve Job Quality?", American Economic Review, 107:2.

Peter Nilsson, "Alcohol Availability, Prenatal Conditions, and Long-term Economic Outcomes", Journal of Political Economy, 125:4.


David Cesarini, Erik Lindqvist, Robert Östling and Björn Wallace, "Wealth, Health, and Child Development: Evidence from Administrative Data on Swedish Lottery Players", Quarterly Journal of Economics, 131:2.

Kurt Mitman, "Macroeconomic Effects of Bankruptcy and Foreclosure Policies", American Economic Review, 106:8.


Per Krusell and Anthony A. Smith Jr, "Is Piketty's 'Second Law of Capitalism' Fundamental?", Journal of Political Economy, 123:4.


Mikhail Golosov, John Hassler, Per Krusell and Aleh Tsyvinski,  "Optimal Taxes on Fossil Fuel in General Equilibrium", Econometrica, 82:1.

Timo Boppart, "Structural Change and the Kaldor Facts in a Growth Model With Relative Price Effects and Non-Gorman Preferences", Econometrica, 82:6.


Konrad Burchardi and Tarek A. Hassan, "The Economic Impact of Social Ties: Evidence from German Reunification", Quarterly Journal of Economics, 128:3.


Matz Dahlberg, Karin Edmark and Heléne Lundqvist, "Ethnic Diversity and Preferences for Redistribution", Journal of Political Economy, 120:1.

Julio Davila, Jay H. Hong, Per Krusell and José-Víctor Ríos-Rull J, "Constrained Efficiency in the Neoclassical Growth Model with Uninsurable Idiosyncratic Shocks", Econometrica, 80:6.

Zheng Song, Kjetil Storesletten and Fabrizio Zilibotti, "Rotten Parents and Disciplined Children: A Politico-Economic Theory of Public Expenditure and Debt", Econometrica, 80:6.


Tim Besley, Konrad Burchardi and Maitreesh Ghatak, "Incentives and the de Soto Effect", Quarterly Journal of Economics, 127:1.

Tim Besley and Torsten Persson, "The Logic of Political Violence", Quarterly Journal of Economics, 126:3.

Arindrajit Dube, Ethan Kaplan and Suresh Naidu, "Coups, Corporations, and Classified Information", Quarterly Journal of Economics, 126:3.

Zheng Song, Kjetil Storesletten and Fabrizio Zilibotti, "Growing like China", American Economic Review, 101:1.


ISSN: 0347-8769

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