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Description: Research interests: Entrepreneurship, Economic Growth, Public Choice, Technical Change, Structural Change and New Institutional Economics. The importance of institutions for growth, job

Research interests: Entrepreneurship, Economic Growth, Public Choice, Technical Change, Structural Change and New Institutional Economics.

  • The importance of institutions for growth, job creation and prosperity?
  • The tax impact on the willingness to start, run and expanda business?
  • What makes ideas transform into innovations and flourishing companies?
  • Why is it important to distinguish between self-employment and entrepreneurship?

Stock Option Taxation and Venture Capital Activity: A Cross-Country Comparison Magnus Henrekson and Tino Sanandaji

His research is empirically oriented. Since the end of the 1990s he has mostly examined the institutional determinants of the business climate.

This research rests on the premise that the rules of the game for the business sector impacts on the industry structure, firm structure, the growth rate of firms, the supply of entrepreneurship, the rate of new firm formation, the ownership structure et cetera.

In collaboration with Steven J. Davis at the University of Chicago Magnus Henrekson has developed methods to test whether pertinent rules of the game have differential effects on different firms depending on their age, size, industry, ownership structure and capital intensity. This methodology has been applied in a number of areas in order to explain, inter alia, the size distribution of firms, the growth of firms, the propensity to start new firms, how wage-setting institutions affects the firm and industry structure, the effect of personal taxation on the choice between work in the formal and informal sector, and cross-country differences in academic entrepreneurship.

Throughout the 1990s Henrekson conducted several projects aimed at explaining cross-country growth differences, and more specifically I also tried to explain Sweden’s slow growth relative to other countries from the late 1960s until the mid 1990s.

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