Department of Economics and Business Economics

Anders Rosenstand Laugesen

Part-time Lecturer

ANDERS ROSENSTAND LAUGESEN
Department of Economics and Business Economics, Aarhus University, Fuglesangs Allé 4, 8210 Aarhus V, Denmark. Phone: 30253599/87164814. Email: arl@econ.au.dk 

DATE OF BIRTH: -February 4, 1984
CITIZENSHIP: -Danish
ACADEMIC POSITION:-Assistant professor from September 1, 2013, to present
TITLE OF PhD THESIS: -On Complementarities, Heterogeneous Firms, and International Trade (assessed by Alexander Koch (Aarhus), J. Peter Neary (Oxford), and Horst Raff (Kiel)). My graduate studies were supervised by Allan Sørensen (Aarhus). 
EDUCATION: -MSc. in Economics, Aarhus University, 2010-PhD in Economics, Aarhus University, November 2013
RESEARCH INTERESTS: -international trade, labour economics, firms in the global economy, mathematical economics 
PAPERS: -“Trade Liberalisation and Vertical Integration” (joint with Peter A. Bache, Aarhus University), working paper, R&R at Review of International Economics, June 2016-“Monotone Comparative Statics for the Industry Composition” (joint with Peter A. Bache, Aarhus University), working paper, R&R at Journal of International Economics, January 2015-“Make-or-Buy Decisions in Industry Equilibrium with Heterogeneous Firms”, working paper, under revision, August 2013-“An Industry-Equilibrium Analysis of the LeChatelier Principle” ” (joint with Peter A. Bache, Aarhus University), working paper, under revision, August 2013-"Asymmetric Monotone Comparative Statics for the Industry Compositions", working paper, forthcoming at Review of International Economics, November 2015-"Extensive Margins of Offshoring and Exporting", working paper, forthcoming as an MIT Press book chapter (edited by Kohler, W. and Yalcin, E.), February 2017
TEACHING EXPERIENCE: -Fall 2011: master’s level international trade-Fall 2013: 3rd semester international economics-Fall 2013: 1st semester math -Spring 2014: 4th semester international trade (nominated to the best lecturer award)-Spring 2014: 4th semester macroeconomics-Fall 2014: 3rd semester international economics-Fall 2014: 1st semester math-Spring 2015: 4th semester international trade-Spring 2015: 4th semester macroeconomics-Fall 2015: 1st semester math-Spring 2016: 4th semester international trade (nominated to the best lecturer award)-Fall 2016: 1st semester math-Spring 2017: 4th semester international trade, BA/MA International Economics at University of Copenhagen 
PRESENTATIONS OF ACADEMIC WORK:-University of Bayreuth, January 2013-University of Paris, Panthéon Sorbonne, March 2013-ETSG 2013, Birmingham, September 2013-University of Tübingen, April 2014-University of Bayreuth, April 2014-NOITS 2014, Stockholm University, May 2014-ETSG 2014, LM University Munich, September 2014-National Research University, Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg, December 2014-7th FIW Research Conference: "International Economics", WU Vienna, December 2014-Midwest International Economics Meeting, Ohio State University, April 2015-DIEW 2015, Aarhus University, April 2015-NOITS 2015, University of Copenhagen, May 2015-Danish Export Association, annual meeting, Copenhagen, May 2015-Venice Summer Institute, CESifo, Venice, Italy, July 2015-Econometric Society World Congress, Montreal, Canada, August 2015-EARIE 2015, LM University Munich, August 2015-ETSG 2015, University of Paris, Panthéon Sorbonne, September 2015-Folkeuniversitetet, February 2016-Midwest International Economics Meeting, University of Rochester, April 2016-Higher School of Economics, Moscow, April 2016-SAET, Rio, July 2016
OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE: -Department for macroeconomic analysis, Jyske Bank, Silkeborg, Denmark, 2007-2008;-Organiser of the 18th Spring Meeting of Young Economists, Aarhus University, May 30-June 1, 2013;-Board member at Oeconforeningen, September 2015-; Member of the study board for the oecon. study programme at Aarhus University, 2016-; -Candidate for mayor representing the party Venstre at Skanderborg Municipality, 2016-; Part-time lecturer in international economics at University of Copenhagen, 2017-