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If your grandparents were wealthy, will you be?

This column uses a Swedish four-generational wealth dataset to study the role of family background for people’s wealth status and how much of this that is due to material inheritance. Image: REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Daniel Waldenström

Professor of Economics, ppsala University; Research fellow CEPR, IZA and IFN, visiting Paris School of Economics 2015-2016

Adrian Adermon

Researcher, Institute for Evaluation of Labour Market and Education Policy, Sweden

Mikael Lindahl

Professor of Economics, University of Gothenburg

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