Household Debt and Monetary Policy: Revealing the Cash-Flow Channel
(with Martin Flodén, Matilda Kilström, and Jósef Sigurdsson).
Conditionally accepted, Economic Journal
Identifying the Benefits from Home Ownership: A Swedish Experiment
(with Paolo Sodini, Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh, and Ulf von Lilienfeld-Toal)
Revise & Resubmit, American Economic Review.
The Role of Cognitive and Non-cognitive Skills for Investment Behavior
(with Erik Lindqvist and Fredrik Paues)
The Housing Wealth Effect: Quasi-Experimental Evidence
(with Dany Kessel and Björn Tyrefors)
Swedish House of Finance Research Paper No. 19-5, Sveriges Riksbank Working Paper No. 361, IFN Working Paper No. 1262
Swedish Equity Mutual Funds 1993-2013: Performance, Persistence and Presence of Skill
(with Harry Flam). Version dated March 2017.
Attitudes toward Debt and Debt Behavior
(with Johan Almenberg, Annamaria Lusardi, and Jenny Säve-Söderbergh). Latest version is CEPR Discussion Paper No. 14801 (May 2020). Previous version is NBER Working Paper No. 24935.
VOX column based on previous draft. Accepted, Scandinavian Journal of Economics
Limited Stock Market Participation Among Renters and Homeowners
Review of Financial Studies, 32(4), 1494–1535, 2019.
Are Mutual Fund Managers Paid For Investment Skill?
(with Markus Ibert, Ron Kaniel, and Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh), Review of Financial Studies, 31(2), 715-772, 2018.
Slides. VOX column. Reuters column.
Risk taking, Behavioral Biases, and Genes: Results from 149 Active Investors
(with Anders Anderson and Anna Dreber Almenberg), Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance, 93-100, June 2015.
The Labor Market Returns to Cognitive and Noncognitive Ability: Evidence from the Swedish Enlistment
(with Erik Lindqvist), American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 3(1), 101-128, 2011.
Judging the Quality of Survey Data by Comparison with “Truth” as Measured By Administrative Records: Evidence from Sweden
(with Ralph Koijen and Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh) Chapter 11 in the NBER Book “Improving the Measurement of Consumer Expenditures”, edited by Christopher Carroll, Thomas Crossley and John Sabelhaus. NBER Book Series Studies in Income and Wealth, University of Chicago Press, 2015.