Papers and Chapters continued

“Voting and the Macroeconomy”
  in B. Weingast and D. Wittman, eds. The Oxford Handbook of Political Economy, Oxford University Press, 2006, chapter 31:565-586 pdf16

“Geography, Biogeography and Why Some Countries Are Rich and Others Poor”
  (with Ola Olsson), Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States. (PNAS), vol. 101, No. 10, 2004, 3715-3740  pdf16

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“Biogeography and Long-Run Economic Development”
  (with Ola Olsson), European Economic Review, vol. 49, 2005, 909-938 pdf16   Data Appendix

“The Politicization of Growth Theory”
  Kyklos, vol. 54, 2001, 265-286 pdf16

“Bread and Peace Voting in U.S. Presidential Elections”
  Public Choice, vol.104, Nos. 1-2, July 2000, 149-180 pdf16

“Wage Compression and Productive Efficiency: Evidence for Sweden”
  (with Håkan Locking), Journal of Labor Economics, vol. 18, No. 4, October 2000, 755-783 pdf16

“Wage Compression, Wage Drift and Wage Inflation in Sweden”
  (with Håkan Locking), Labour Economics, vol. 3, 1996, 109-141 pdf16

“On Ad-Hominem Assertion and Scientific Discourse in the Study of Sociotropic and Egocentric Motivations of Political Attitudes and Behavior”
  Scandinavian Political Studies, vol. 19, No. 3, 1996, 283-290 pdf16

“The Partisan Theory of Macroeconomic Cycles:  More Theory and Evidence”
  Economics and Politics, vol. 6, 1994, 1-23, translated to Japanese in Leviathan, vol. 12, 1993, 126-160 pdf16

“Partisan Theory After Fifteen Years”
  European Journal of Political Economy, vol. 8, 1992, 361-373 pdf16

“Market Forces, Trade Union Ideology and Trends in Wage Dispersion”
  Acta Sociologica, vol. 34, 1991, 89-102 pdf16

“Wage Compression And Trade Union Action in Sweden”
  in Inga Persson, ed. Generating Equality In The Welfare State — The Swedish Experience, Oslo:  Norwegian University Press, 1990 pdf16

“Wage Compression Under Solidarity Bargaining in Sweden”
  FIEF Research Report, No. 30, Stockholm, 1990 pdf16

“Income Distribution in the United States”
  (with Christopher Dennis) American Political Science Review, June 1988, 467-490 pdf16


“Some Impressions of Swedish Economic and Political Science” Politologen, 2, 1987, 47-54 pdf16


“Political Parties and Macroeconomic Policies and Outcomes in the United States”  American Economic Review, vol. 76, 1986, 66-70 pdf16

“Inflation, Political Support and Macroeconomic Policy”
  in Leon Lindberg and Charles Maier, eds.  The Politics of Inflation and Economic Stagnation. Washington:  Brookings Institution, 1985, 175-195 pdf16

“Macroeconomic Performance, Macroeconomic Policy and Electoral Politics in Industrial Democracies”
  in Samuel Huntington and Joseph Nye, eds., Global Dilemmas. University Press of America, Lanham, MD, 1985, 123-136 pdf16

“Difference Equation Dynamics; Comment on Beck”
  American Political Science Review, vol. 77, 1983, 447-451 pdf16

“Performance Economique et Fonction de Popularite des Presidents Pompidiou et Giscard d’Estaing”
  (with Nicholas Vasilatos), Revue d’Economie Politique, vol. 93, 1983, 44-61 pdf16

“Public Concern About Inflation and Unemployment in the United States: Trends, Correlates and Political Implications”
 in Robert E. Hall, ed., Inflation:  Causes and Effects, National Bureau of Economic Research, University of Chicago Press, 1982, 211-231 pdf16

“President Reagan’s Mandate from the 1980 Elections:  A Shift to the Right?”
  American Politics Quarterly, vol. 10, October 1982, 387-420 pdf16

“On the Demand for Macroeconomic Outcomes: Macroeconomic Performance and Mass Political Support in the United States, Great Britain and Germany”
  (with R. Douglas Rivers and Nicholas  Vasilatos), Journal of Politics, vol. 44, May 1982, 426-462 pdf16

“The Dynamics of Political Support for American Presidents Among Occupational and Partisan Groups”
  (with R. Douglas Rivers and Nicholas Vasilatos), American Journal of Political Science, vol. 26, May 1982, 312-32 pdf16

“Economic Outcomes and Political Support for British Governments Among the Occupational Classes”
 American Political Science Review, vol. 76, June 1982, 259-79 pdf16

“More on Economic Performance and Political Support in Britain”
  American Political Science Review, vol. 76, June 1982, 282-284 pdf16

“Economics and Politics in France:  Economic Performance and Mass Political Support for Presidents Pompidou and Giscard d’Estaing”
  European Journal of Political Research, vol. 9, 1981, 133-45 pdf16

“The Impact of Economic Performance on Electoral Support in Sweden, 1967-1978”
  (with Henrik Jess Madsen), Scandinavian Political Studies, vol. 4, 1981, 33-50 pdf16

“Macroeconomic Performance and Mass Political Support in the United States and Great Britain”
  (with Nicholas Vasilatos) in Hibbs and Fassbender, eds. Contemporary Political Economy: Studies on The Interdependence of Politics and Economics, Contributions to Economic analysis No. 135, North-Holland, 1981 pdf16

“Public Reactions to the Growth of Taxation and Government Expenditure”
  (with Henrik Jess Madsen) World Politics, vol. 33, April 1981, 413-35 pdf16

“The Mass Public and Macroeconomic Performance: The Dynamics of Public Opinion Toward Unemployment and Inflation”
  American Journal of Political Science, vol. 23, November 1979, 705-31 pdf16

“Political Parties and Macroeconomic Policy: Reply to Payne”
  American Political Science Review, vol. 73, March 1979, 185-190 pdf16

“On the Political Economy of Long-Run Trends in Strike Activity”
  British Journal of Political Science, vol. 8, April 1978, 153-75 pdf16

“Trade Union Power, Wage Inflation, and Labor Militancy: A Comparative Analysis”
  Center for International Studies, MIT, C1977-6 reprinted in Hibbs, The Political Economy of Industrial Democracies, Harvard University Press, 1987, chapter 3, 77-114 pdf16

“Political Parties and Macroeconomic Policy”
  American Political Science Review, vol. 71, December 1977, 1467-87; reprinted in translation in Italian and Spanish pdf16

“On Analyzing the Effects of Policy Interventions: Box-Jenkins Vs. Structural Equation Models”
  Sociological Methodology, vol. 8, 1977, 137-79 pdf16

“Industrial Conflict in Advanced Industrial Societies”
  American Political Science Review, vol. 70, December 1976, 1033-58pdf16

“Problems of Statistical Estimation and Causal Inference in Time-Series Regression Models”
  Sociological Methodology, vol. 5, 1973-74, 252-308