Matz Dahlberg
Matz Dahlberg
Professor in Economics at Uppsala University
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On the vote-purchasing behavior of incumbent governments
M Dahlberg, E Johansson
American political Science review 96 (1), 27-40, 2002
Ethnic diversity and preferences for redistribution
M Dahlberg, K Edmark, H Lundqvist
Journal of Political Economy 120 (1), 41-76, 2012
Using a discontinuous grant rule to identify the effect of grants on local taxes and spending
M Dahlberg, E Mörk, J Rattsø, H Ågren
Journal of Public Economics 92 (12), 2320-2335, 2008
Direct displacement effects of labour market programmes
M Dahlberg, A Forslund
Scandinavian journal of economics 107 (3), 475-494, 2005
Small sample properties of LIML and jackknife IV estimators: Experiments with weak instruments
S Blomquist, M Dahlberg
Journal of Applied Econometrics 14 (1), 69-88, 1999
Mixed logit estimation of the value of travel time
S Algers, P Bergström, M Dahlberg, J Lindqvist Dillén
Working paper, 1998
Subnational government bailouts in OECD countries: Four case studies
J Von Hagen, M Bordignon, BS Grewal, P Peterson, H Seitz, M Dahlberg
Research Department Publications, 2000
Is there a “race-to-the-bottom” in the setting of welfare benefit levels? Evidence from a policy intervention
M Dahlberg, K Edmark
Journal of Public Economics 92 (5-6), 1193-1209, 2008
Migration and local public services
M Dahlberg, P Fredriksson
Working Paper, 2001
The revenues-expenditures nexus: panel data evidence from Swedish municipalities
M Dahlberg, E Johansson
Applied Economics 30 (10), 1379-1386, 1998
Inequality and crime: separating the effects of permanent and transitory income
M Dahlberg, M Gustavsson
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 70 (2), 129-153, 2008
An examination of the dynamic behaviour of local governments using GMM bootstrapping methods
M Dahlberg, E Johansson
Journal of applied econometrics 15 (4), 401-416, 2000
Is there an election cycle in public employment? Separating time effects from election year effects
M Dahlberg, E Mörk
CESifo Economic Studies 57 (3), 480-498, 2011
Is there an election cycle in public employment? Separating time effects from election year effects
M Dahlberg, E Mörk
CESifo Economic Studies 57 (3), 480-498, 2011
Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on population mobility under mild policies: Causal evidence from Sweden
M Dahlberg, PA Edin, E Grönqvist, J Lyhagen, J Östh, A Siretskiy, M Toger
arXiv preprint arXiv:2004.09087, 2020
Do politicians’ preferences correspond to those of the voters? An investigation of political representation
H Ågren, M Dahlberg, E Mörk
Public Choice 130, 137-162, 2007
Relaxing the IIA assumption in locational choice models: A comparison between conditional logit, mixed logit, and multinomial probit models
M Dahlberg, M Eklöf
Nationalekonomiska institutionen, 2003
Are local governments governed by forward looking decision makers?: An investigation of spending patterns in Swedish municipalities
M Dahlberg, T Lindström
Journal of Urban Economics 44 (2), 254-271, 1998
On mandatory activation of welfare recipients
M Dahlberg, K Johansson, E Mörk
IZA discussion paper, 2009
Stimulating local public employment: Do general grants work?
H Lundqvist, M Dahlberg, E Mörk
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 6 (1), 167-192, 2014
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