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Phone: (+45) 26621035

lasse.aaskoven@essex.ac.uk

lasseaaskoven@hotmail.com

 

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Peer-reviewed publications

Performance and Promotions in an Autocracy: Evidence from Nazi Germany (with Jacob Nyrup) (Forthcoming in Comparative Politics)

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Partisan-Electoral Cycles in Public Employment: Evidence from Developed Democracies (Forthcoming in Political Studies)

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Fiscal rules and electoral turnout (Forthcoming in Political Science Research and Methods)

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The electoral cycle in political contributions: the incumbency advantage of early elections. 2020. Acta Politica 55 (4), 670-691.

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Oil, elections and fiscal transparency. 2020. European Journal of Political Research 59 (3), 692-713.

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Do fiscal rules reduce political polarization? 2020. Comparative European Politics 18 (4), 630-658.

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Parties, governments and the integration of immigrants. 2020 Journal of European Public Policy 27 (7), 995-1014.

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Redistributing under fiscal constraint: partisanship, debt, inequality and labour market regulation. 2019. Journal of Public Policy 39 (3), 423-441.

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Budget Institutions and Taxation. 2018. Public Choice 174 (3), 335-349.

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Polity age and political budget cycles: Evidence from a Danish municipal reform. 2018. European Journal of Political Economy 52, 75-84.

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Political Budget Cycles. (With David Dreyer Lassen). 2017. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics

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Public Sector Unions and Privatization: Evidence from the Eldercare Sector in Danish Municipalities. (With Søren Kjær Foged). 2017. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory  27 (1), 135–149.

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Fiscal Transparency, Elections and Public Employment: Evidence from the OECD. 2016. Economics & Politics  28 (3), 317–341.

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Selected working papers

The Political Effects of Wealth Inequality: Evidence from a Danish Land Reform

 

Foreign Occupation and Support for International Cooperation

 

Stability Through Constraints: The Impact of Fiscal Rules on Autocratic Survival (w. Alexander Grundholm)

 

Parliamentary Power and Cabinet Formation (w. Shane Martin, University of Essex)

 

Signaling to Creditors and Voters: The Determinants of the Strengthening of National Fiscal Rules

 

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Publications in Danish

Uforklarlige forskelle?: Budgetinstitutioner og de offentlige finanser i Danmark og Sverige efter finanskrisen. (With Filip Brodthagen and Martin Mardorf). 2016. Økonomi og Politik 89 (3), 83-102.

 

Politisk udnævnte embedsmænd, tillid og korruption: En empirisk undersøgelse af OECD-landene. 2014. Økonomi og Politik 87 (3), 36-45.