Dansk Public Choice Workshop 2016

Næste fredag, den 29. januar, afholdes den 17. danske public choice workshop fra 11-cirka 17. Det er i år Cepos, der er vært for arrangementet, der således afholdes på Landgreven 3 i centrum af København. Programmet, som er sat sammen af Henrik Christoffersen og mig, er tilgængeligt fra i morgen. I dag reklamerer vi ganske enkelt for årets workshop ved at offentliggøre titler og forfattere på de papirer, der præsenteres. De er listet nedenfor, og som altid er workshoppen åben for alle interesserede.

Andreas Bergh (Lund): Adam Smith vs Jeff Sachs: Can social norms in rich countries explain why other countries remain poor?

Christian Bjørnskov (Aarhus) and Martin Rode (Navarra): Crisis, Ideology, and Interventionist Policy Ratchets

Henrik Christoffersen and Karsten Bo Larsen (Cepos): When the manger is empty: The welfare coalition in Denmark with pressure on the public budgets

Jerg Gutmann, Stefan Voigt (Hamburg) and Martin Gassebner (Hannover): The Extreme Bounds of Military Coups

Anne Heeager (Aarhus):  Service producing units also hope for bailout: An analysis of how characteristics of the transfer systems used within local governments influence bailout expectations

Amalie Jensen and David Dreyer Lassen (Copenhagen): Contagious political concerns: Identifying unemployment concern peer effects using the Danish population network

Irina Mirkina (Lund): FDI and sanctions: Being good guys or good investors?

Peter Nannestad (Aarhus): Not (just) the economy. Post-predicting the economic performance of the core Euro-countries during the financial crisis 2008-2009

Therese Nilsson (Lund), Niclas Berggren (IFN) and Christian Bjørnskov (Aarhus): What aspects of society affect the quality of life of a minority? Global evidence from the new Gay Happiness Index

Otto Brøns Petersen (Cepos):             On the dimensions of the Danish policy space

Gert Tinggaard Svendsen (Aarhus) and Urs Steiner Brandt (Southern Denmark): Lobbying and the Risk of Cheating in the EU ETS

Rasmus Wiese (Groningen): Are expenditure cuts the only effective way to achieve successful fiscal adjustment?

Lasse Aaskoven (Copenhagen): Polity Age and Political Budget Cycles: Evidence from a Danish Municipal Reform

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