Thesis Title: “Interregional Migration, Wages and Labor Market Policy: Essays on the Swedish Model in the Postwar Period”. The thesis frame is available online: (PDF).
- Local Labor Markets and Regional Mobility in Sweden – Evidence from New County Level Data, 1945-1985
- Regional Wages, Economic Restructuring and the Solidaristic Wage Policy in Sweden
- What Can the State Do for You? Relocation Allowances and Regional Subsidies in Postwar Sweden
Implementing National Structural Change at the Local Level – The Case of Relocation Allowances in Västernorrland, 1965-1975
Molinder, J. (Forthcoming) “Regional Wages, Economic Restructuring and the Solidaristic Wage Policy in Sweden”, European Review Economic History.
Molinder, J. (2018) “Why did Swedish Regional Net Migration Rates Fall in the 1970s? The Role of Policy Changes Versus Structural Change, 1945–1985”, Scandinavian Economic History Review, 66(1): 91-115. Link to journal, Postprint
Molinder, J., Ottosson, J., Andersson-Skog, L., Magnusson, L, (2017). “What can the State do for you? Relocation Allowances and Regional Subsidies in Postwar Sweden” Scandinavian Journal of History, 42(3): 273–298. Link to journal.
Under Review and Ongoing:
Molinder, J., Söderhäll, M. “Land use and Residential Patterns in a Small City During Industrialization: Uppsala 1880–1900”.
Molinder, J., Ericsson, J. “Wage Differentials and Industrialization in Sweden: Evidence from New Construction Worker Wages Data, 1850-1900”.
Molinder, J., & Pettersson, O. (2013). Arbetskostnadsandelens utveckling i Sverige. Ekonomisk Debatt, (7), 18-28. Link to journal.