Introduction by Oskar Nordström Skans
Effects of active labour market policies on employment and unemployment - a survey
Docent Anders Forslund, IFAU Uppsala
Fil. Dr. Johan Vikström, IFAU, Uppsala
Lifelong learning - but life's short Factors affecting late graduations of Swedish university students
Fil. Dr. Roope Uusitalo, VATT, Helsingfors
Competition and employment
Fil. Lic. Kajsa Hanspers, Uppsala Universitet
Doktorand Lena Hensvik, Uppsala Universitet
Swedish wage formation - Does it work?
Professor Nils Gottfries, Uppsala Universitet
Swedish employment protection legislation
Professor Pierre Cahuc, Ecole Polytechnique, Paris
Labor market effects of unemployment insurance design
Professor Jan van Ours, Tilburg, Amsterdam
Professor Konstantinos Tatsiramos, IZA, Bonn
Part-time unemployment and optimal unemployment insurance
Doktorand Susanne Ek, Uppsala Universitet
Professor Bertil Holmlund, Uppsala Universitet
Effective policies to reduce moral hazard in the labor market
Professor Pieter Gautier
Professor Bas van der Klaauw, VU Amsterdam
Tax policy and employment - How does the Swedish system fare?
Professor Jukka Pirttilä, Helsingfors
Fil. Dr. Håkan Selin, Uppsala Universitet
Swedish Long-Term Surveys
The aim of the Long-term Surveys is to produce reference data for economic policy and to contribute to the economic policy debate. A central task is to analyse challenges and opportunities for the Swedish economy in the long term and study what they mean for economic policy.
A broad study of the Swedish labour market
The current Long-Term Survey will present a broad study of the Swedish labour market and propose measures that may lead to a more efficient labour market in the long term.
Below are examples of areas to be analysed:
- Labour market policy formation and development potential
- Function of unemployment insurance
- Design of the social security systems
- The education system and labour market entry.
The main report will be presented in spring 2011.