Björn Eriksson
Björn Eriksson
Department of Economic History, Lund University
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Social class and excess mortality in Sweden during the 1918 influenza pandemic
T Bengtsson, M Dribe, B Eriksson
American journal of epidemiology 187 (12), 2568-2576, 2018
Gender, productivity, and the nature of work and pay: evidence from the late nineteenth‐century tobacco industry
M Stanfors, T Leunig, B Eriksson, T Karlsson
The Economic History Review 67 (1), 48-65, 2014
Dynamic decades: A micro perspective on late nineteenth century Sweden
B Eriksson
Migration, marriage and social mobility: Women in Sweden 1880–1900
M Dribe, B Eriksson, F Scalone
Explorations in Economic History 71, 93-111, 2019
Socioeconomic status and adult life expectancy in early 20th-century Sweden: Evidence from full-count micro census data
M Dribe, B Eriksson
Lund papers in economic demography 2, 2018
Social mobility in Sweden before the welfare state
T Berger, P Engzell, B Eriksson, J Molinder
The Journal of Economic History 83 (2), 431-463, 2023
The impact of kin proximity on net marital fertility and maternal survival in Sweden 1900–1910—Evidence for cooperative breeding in a societal context of nuclear families, or …
KP Willführ, B Eriksson, M Dribe
American Journal of Human Biology 34 (2), e23609, 2022
The missing links: Data quality and bias to estimates of social mobility
B Eriksson
Unpublished manuscript, 2016
A winning strategy? The employment of women and firm longevity during industrialisation
B Eriksson, M Stanfors
Business History 57 (7), 988-1004, 2015
The long-term consequences of parental death in childhood on mortality and the role of socioeconomic status: evidence from Sweden at the turn of the 20th century
E Debiasi, M Rosenbaum-Feldbrügge, B Eriksson
The History of the Family 26 (4), 657-681, 2021
From Sweden to America: migrant selection in the transatlantic migration, 1890–1910
M Dribe, ...
European Review of Economic History 27 (1), 24-44, 2023
The effect of parental loss on social mobility in early twentieth-century Sweden
M Dribe, E Debiasi, B Eriksson
Demography 59 (3), 1093-1115, 2022
Industrious migrants: gender and the earnings of migrants in Swedish manufacturing around 1900
B Eriksson, M Stanfors
Scandinavian Economic History Review 70 (2), 142-166, 2022
CEP Discussion Paper No 1053 June 2011 Gender, Productivity and the Nature of Work and Pay: Evidence from the Late Nineteenth-Century Tobacco Industry
M Stanfors, T Leunig, B Eriksson, T Karlsson
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