Statistics. (n.d.) In Swedish Statistical Database, Retrieved from www.scb.se
This is an administrative agency of statistics in Sweden which supplies customers with important information for research, debate and decision making. Swedish Statistical Database is controlled by government of Sweden and assigned different tasks from public agencies, researches and private sector customers. This database produces and summarizes statistical data, communicates and coordinates official statistics both for Swedish government and international agents. Most important statistical information grasps data on population and welfare, economic statistics, national accounts, regions and environment, tourism and transport and other spheres. This statistical agency is one of the largest in Sweden and has 1 367 employees and a turnover of 1 042 million SEK. Information in this database was extremely important for our research paper and gave valuable information about chemical industry structure and its trade flows.
Mossberg J. (2013). Chemical Industry Companies in Sweden. Sweden: SP Technical Research Institute. Retrieved from www.vinnova.se/upload/EPiStorePDF/va_13_01.pdf
Chemical Industry in Sweden plays the role of utmost importance. This article summarizes information about geographical distribution, economical background, employment rates, goods and services produced and production type of chemical companies. Johanna Mossberg, the author of the article wrote it being a researcher of Technical Research Institute of Sweden, now is employed as Senior Consultant at Grayling in Sweden and deals with matters of PR and public affairs. She has an extensive experience in research field and main target group of her papers are enterprises, companies and private individuals employed in sphere of economics. Articles of Johanna Mossberg were published at different times in scientific journals and are now available in both university libraries and on line. Therefore is can be freely accessible by expert communities, students and interested individuals. Information of this article contributed much to the discussions pointed in our research paper on intra-industry trade in chemical sphere in Sweden by giving hints about structure of chemical industry, production types and trade flows.
EconomyWatch Content (2010). Sweden Trade, Exports and Imports. Retrieved from http://www.economywatch.com/world_economy/sweden/export-import.html
EconomyWatch Content is a serious economic on line resource giving analytics and statistics in different financial and economic areas. It is translated on more than 100 languages and posts publications on a great variety of economical issues all over the world. Experts on different continents contribute to the development of this on-line resource publishing their papers and analytical researches. Article published about Swedish export-import trade flows gives important insight about volumes, amount in SEK and structure of trade flows of Swedish industries. This resource allows us to retrieve information about petroleum, pesticides, varnishes and other chemical products we consider in our paper. Target audience is undergraduate or master students, economists, experts and bloggers analyzing economical issues. The materials published in this article contribute greatly to the information content of our paper, supplying us with figures, percents and volumes. This resource supplemented other scientific sources with valuable information.