Dansk Public Choice Workshop 2023

Det er snart tid til den årlige danske Public Choice workshop, som afholdes om ti dage, fredag den 27. januar fra klokken 11. I år afholdes workshoppen i København – det er efterhånden tradition, at ulige år er i hovedstaden og lige år i Aarhus – og i år er Cepos vært for eventen. Som altid er workshoppen åben for alle interesserede, og man behøver ikke være med hele dagen. Hvis der skulle være en enkelt session, man er interesseret i, må man gerne komme forbi og sidde med i en halvanden time sådan en tager.

Vi kan se frem til det største program nogensinde ved en dansk Public Choice Workshop. Der er 21 præsentationer linet op i programmet, som kan ses nedenfor, og deltagere fra Holland, Polen, Spanien, Sverige, Tyskland og USA, og en hel række forskellige emner. Hvis læserne vil have mere information om en eller flere af præsentationerne, må I gerne sige til. God fornøjelse!

11.00: Welcome

11.05: Voting and government failure (Chair: Nicola Maaser)

Peter Kurrild-Klitgaard (Copenhagen): The perfect storm: A note on the election inversion of the 2022 parliamentary elections of Denmark

David Sandberg (Lund): The effect of left-wing party control: Evidence from Swedish local governments

Otto Brøns-Petersen (Cepos): The politics of highly uneven taxes on capital

Nicola Maaser (Aarhus), David Stadelmann (Bayreuth), and Marco Frank (Bayreuth): Becoming a lazy duck

14.20a: Constitutions and regime change (Chair. Christian Bjørnskov)

Martin Rode (Navarra) and Jerg Gutmann (Hamburg): Are populists constitutionalists? An empirical assessment of populist constitutional compliance.

Jan Fałkowski, Jacek Lewkowicz and Zimin Luo (Warszawa): Watch out for words: the wording of constitutions and constitutional compliance of the executive

Katarzyna Metelska-Szaniawska and Anna Lewczuk (Warszawa): Economic Effects of (Non-) Compliance with Constitutions

Christian Bjørnskov (Aarhus), Lasse Aaskoven (Southern Denmark): Repression after coups: The role of deposed leader partisanship

14.20b: Education and contracting (Chair: Stefan Sløk-Madsen)

Therese Nilsson (Lund): Patience, risk-taking and health behaviours across countries

Josh Bedi (George Mason) and Stefan Sløk-Madsen (Cepos): Holla, We Want Prenup! We Want Prenup!

Gert T. Svendsen (Aarhus) and Urs Steiner Brandt (Southern Denmark): Danegeld in Viking Age England

Stefan Sløk-Madsen and Karsten Bo Larsen (Cepos): Situationships – a transaction cost explanation

16.10a: Trust and safety (Chair: Niclas Berggren)

Lasse Aaskoven (Southern Denmark): Foreign occupation and social trust

Jens Lund Andersen and Karsten Bo Larsen(Cepos): Social trust and education – private schools, social, ethnic, and religious diversity

Adrian Mehic (Lund): Perceptions of Personal Safety and Voting Outcomes

Niclas Berggren (IFN), Christian Bjørnskov (Aarhus), and Alexandra Sandström (Uppsala): The rule of law predicts trust in journalists and scientists

16.10b: Law and economics / democracy (Chair: Jerg Gutmann)

Stefan Voigt (Hamburg) and Christian Bjørnskov (Aarhus): Political events and states of emergency

Lasse Skjoldager Eskildsen (FM): Do mega sporting events increase human rights for the host country

Martin Paldam (Aarhus): Income, growth, and democracy: Looking for bedrock exogeneity

Rasmus Wiese (Groningen), João Tovar Jalles (Lisbon), and Jakob de Haan (Groningen): Structural Reforms and Income Distribution: New Evidence for OECD countries

Jerg Gutmann (Hamburg), Matthias Neuenkirch (Trier) and Florian Neumeier (Ifo):Do China and Russia undermine US sanctions? Evidence from DiD and event study estimation.

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