David Seim
David Seim
Department of Economics, Stockholm University
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TitleCited byYear
Political selection in China: The complementary roles of connections and performance
R Jia, M Kudamatsu, D Seim
Journal of the European Economic Association 13 (4), 631-668, 2015
Richer (and holier) than thou? The effect of relative income improvements on demand for redistribution
M Karadja, J Mollerstrom, D Seim
Review of Economics and Statistics 99 (2), 201-212, 2017
Behavioral responses to wealth taxes: Evidence from Sweden
D Seim
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 9 (4), 395-421, 2017
Payroll taxes, firm behavior, and rent sharing: Evidence from a young workers' tax cut in Sweden
E Saez, B Schoefer, D Seim
American Economic Review 109 (5), 1717-63, 2019
Medical monopoly: intellectual property rights and the origins of the modern pharmaceutical industry
JM Gabriel
University of Chicago Press, 2014
Complementary roles of connections and performance in political selection in China
R Jia, M Kudamatsu, D Seim
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP9523, 2013
Cognitive ability and the demand for redistribution
J Mollerstrom, D Seim
PloS one 9 (10), 2014
Strategic complementarities, network games and endogenous network formation
A Lagerås, D Seim
International Journal of Game Theory 45 (3), 497-509, 2016
Real or evasion responses to the wealth tax? theory and evidence from sweden
D Seim
Institute for international Economic studies, Stockholm University Direct …, 2012
Individual risk preferences and the demand for redistribution
M Gärtner, J Mollerstrom, D Seim
Journal of Public Economics 153, 49-55, 2017
Job displacement and labor market outcomes by skill level
D Seim
Eesti Pank, 2012
Risk-based selection in unemployment insurance: Evidence and implications
C Landais, A Nekoei, P Nilsson, D Seim, J Spinnewijn
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP12364, 2017
How do inheritances shape wealth inequality? Theory and evidence from Sweden
A Nekoei, D Seim
Theory and Evidence from Sweden (March 28, 2019), 2019
Does the Demand for Redistribution Rise or Fall with Cognitive Ability?
J Mollerstrom, D Seim
mimeo Harvard University, 2012
Hysteresis from Employer Subsidies
E Saez, B Schoefer, D Seim
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2019
Essays on public, political and labor economics
D Seim
Department of Economics, Stockholm University, 2013
Complementary Roles of Connections and Performance in Political Selection in China
M Kudamatsu, D Seim
" Perhaps we can hit upon some medium of course": Rockefeller philanthropy, economic research, and the structure of social science--1911-1946
DL Seim
Digital Repository@ Iowa State University, http://lib. dr. iastate. edu/, 2007
Replication data for: Payroll Taxes, Firm Behavior, and Rent Sharing: Evidence from a Young Workers' Tax Cut in Sweden
E Saez, B Schoefer, D Seim
Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR), 2019
Hysteresis from Employer Subsidies
D Seim, E Saez, B Schoefer
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