Taalbi, J. (2018) “Origins and pathways of innovation in the third industrial revolution.” forthcoming in Industrial and Corporate Change
PhD dissertation (monograph)
Taalbi, J. (2015) Lönebildning, omvandlingstryck och innovationer. In Johansson, T. (ed) (2015) Lönebildning bortom NAIRU. Landsorganisationen i Sverige. Stockholm
Taalbi, J. (2018) Evolution and structure of technological systems
Taalbi, J.; Ljungberg, J. (2017) “Innovation and economic growth in the Swedish engineering industry, 1914-2014” (latest version here)
Reports and miscellaneous (2014-)
Taalbi, J.; Karlsson, L. (2018) Regionala innovationsmönster. Perspektiv från en ny innovationsdatabas, 1970-2013. Region Skåne.
Taalbi, J. (2016) Realistisk ekonomisk teori? In Hylmö, A. & Borgnäs, K. (eds) Fronesis, no 54-55 (“Ekonomiskt vetande”), p. 143-160. See more about this issue here
Scocco, S.; Taalbi, J. (2014) Lägre skatter, färre personal, större behov. Arena Idé. Stockholm
Currently in progress
“Evolving technological complexity”. I study a generalized NK-model to derive insights on how the complexity of technological networks evolves depending on search strategies.
“What killed the electric car?” with Hana Nielsen (Lund university) We study the performance of American electric and gasoline cars at the turn of the 20th century, to better understand why electric cars were overtaken by gasoline.
“Trends and cycles in innovation output. Swedish engineering industry, 1918-2016” Based on work with Jonas Ljungberg. Examines trends and cycles in innovation activity in the engineering industry, to delineate periods of high and low activity and secular trends against the backdrop of long wave theory and the hypothesis of secular stagnation
“Regional innovation and industrial transformation in Sweden, 1970-2013.” I present basic results on regional patterns of innovation in Sweden and compare results with patent indicators.
“Collaboration networks in Swedish innovation, 1970-2013” with Gergei Farkas (Lund university). We study the structure and development of collaboration networks using the SWINNO-database
“Unemployment in the long-run” with Erik Hegelund (Stockholm university). We investigate explanations of long and short-run variations in unemployment using wavelet analysis for a set of Western countries
“Innovation in Swedish shipbuilding, 1935-2013” with Tobias Karlsson (Lund University).