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Overweight Danes are more likely to have overweight dogs according to new research
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Lower minimum wages for young increase their employment
Financial trouble from generation to generation
Does earmarked parental leave affect the intra-household income distribution?
How far are labor supply behavior from Homo Economicus?
How big is inequality in life expectancy?
Childhood wealth is a strong predictor of wealth in adulthood nearly three decades later
Strength and weaknesses of using top income shares as inequality measures
Stimulus Policy: Why not let people spend their own money?
3 personality traits affect what you earn
Who evades taxes in developed countries?
Children are the main course of gender inequality in earnings
FOTO: Niels Ahlmann Olesen / Ritzau Scanpix
How does a financial crises spread to the real economy?
Family labor supply responses to health shocks
Do bequests increase wealth inequality?
Miriam Wüst and Maya Rossin-Slater in American Economic Journal: Applied Economics
The paper What is the Added Value of Preschool for Poor Children? Long-Term and Intergenerational
Katrine Jakobsen, Henrik Kleven, Kristian Jakobsen & Gabriel Zucman in Quarterly Journal of Economics
The paper "Wealth taxation and wealth accumulation: Theory and evidence from Denmark" accepted for
Kristian Hedeager Bentsen and Katrine Marie Jakobsen both presents at the 6th Annual Matax Conference
in Mannheim (Germany) on September 12 and 13.
Torben Heien Nielsen presents at NBER Conference
on "Income and Life Expectancy: What can be Learned from International Comparisons" in Boston on 5
Research by Niels Johannesen on the front page of Financial Times
A large proportion of the world’s stock of foreign direct investment is “phantom” capital
Søren Leth-Petersen and Johan Sæverud give talk about income inequality
at Stanford conference on Global Income Dynamics, August 30-31, 2019.
26 Sep 2019
Marian Vidal-Fernandez, University of Sydney
"The Evolution of Birth Order Effects through Generations: Historical Evidence from the
3 Oct 2019
Pol Campo-Mercade, Lund University
"Threshold Incentives and Academic Performance" Seminar arranged by Center for Economi Behavior and
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