Department of Economics and Business Economics

Christian Bjørnskov

Professor

Christian Bjørnskov

Profile


Professor
MSc (Econ), University of Aarhus, 2001
PhD (Econ), Aarhus School of Business, 2005

Member of the Economics Section
Research Secretaries: Susan Stilling and Mette Vad Andersen

 

Research Interests

  • Social Trust and Informal Institutions
  • Public Choice / New Institutional Economics
  • Subjective Well-Being and Life Satisfaction
  • Trade Theory / International Economics 


Teaching

  • International Economics
  • Development Economics
  • Political Economy / Public Choice
  • General Economics
  • Institutional Economics

 
Recent Publications

  • Coups, Regime Transitions, and Institutional Quality. Forthcoming in Journal of Comparative Economics. (With Daniel L. Bennett and Stephan F. Gohmann)
  • Why do Military Dictatorships Become Presidential Democracies? Mapping the Democratic Interests of Autocratic Regimes. Forthcoming in Public Choice.
  • Does Big Government Hurt Growth Less in High-Trust Countries? Forthcoming in Contemporary Economic Policy. (With Andreas Bergh)
  • Regime Types and Regime Change: A New Dataset on Democracy, Coups, and Political Institutions. Review of International Organizations, vol. 15 (2020), 531-551. (With Martin Rode)

 

Full CV and publication list (including recent papers)

 
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