Carl Bonander
Carl Bonander
Centre for Public Safety, Karlstad University
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Universities as engines for regional growth? Using the synthetic control method to analyze the effects of research universities
C Bonander, N Jakobsson, F Podestā, M Svensson
Regional Science and Urban Economics 60, 198-207, 2016
Investigating the fall-injury reducing effect of impact absorbing flooring among female nursing home residents: initial results
J Gustavsson, C Bonander, R Andersson, F Nilson
Injury prevention 21 (5), 320-324, 2015
Differences in determinants amongst individuals reporting residential fires in Sweden: results from a cross-sectional study
F Nilson, C Bonander, A Jonsson
Fire technology 51 (3), 615-626, 2015
The effect of the Swedish bicycle helmet law for children: an interrupted time series study
C Bonander, F Nilson, R Andersson
Journal of safety research 51, 15-22, 2014
Investigating the effect of banning non-reduced ignition propensity cigarettes on fatal residential fires in Sweden
CM Bonander, AP Jonsson, FT Nilson
The European Journal of Public Health 26 (2), 334-338, 2016
The effect of the transition from the ninth to the tenth revision of the International Classification of Diseases on external cause registration of injury morbidity in Sweden
F Nilson, C Bonander, R Andersson
Injury prevention 21 (3), 189-194, 2015
The effect of stricter licensing on road traffic injury events involving 15 to 17-year-old moped drivers in Sweden: A time series intervention study
C Bonander, R Andersson, F Nilson
Accident Analysis & Prevention 83, 154-161, 2015
Funktionsnedsättningar som riskfaktor för olycksfall och andra skador.
C Bonander, C Jernbro, R Andersson
MSB, 2014
Accidents and Injuries from a Historical Perspective
F Nilson, J Gustavsson, C Bonander
Via Spatiosa, 4, 2014
Searching for causal effects of road traffic safety interventions: applications of the interrupted time series design
C Bonander
Karlstad University Press, 2015
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