2022 - Research.com Law and Political Science in Denmark Leader Award
Christian Bjørnskov focuses on Politics, Public finance, Life satisfaction, Public economics and Social capital. Christian Bjørnskov has researched Politics in several fields, including Developing country, Positive economics and Economic inequality. His Public finance research includes elements of Economic system and Bureaucracy.
His Life satisfaction study combines topics in areas such as Econometrics and Happiness. His Public economics research includes themes of Social trust and Welfare state. His Social capital study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Social psychology, Individual capital, Social mobility, Social position and Social engagement.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Political economy, Politics, Government, Economic freedom and Democracy. His research investigates the connection between Political economy and topics such as Autocracy that intersect with problems in Presidential system and Positive economics. Christian Bjørnskov interconnects Life satisfaction and Demographic economics in the investigation of issues within Politics.
His research in Government tackles topics such as Public economics which are related to areas like Public finance and Social trust. His Economic freedom study also includes fields such as
Christian Bjørnskov spends much of his time researching Political economy, Terrorism, Democracy, Politics and Autocracy. His Political economy research incorporates elements of Latin Americans, Ideology, Parliament, Power and Constitutional law. His study on Terrorism also encompasses disciplines like
His Democracy research incorporates themes from Sovereignty, Independence, Colonialism, Public choice and International development. Christian Bjørnskov integrates many fields in his works, including Politics and Institutional change. His work in Regime change addresses issues such as Redistribution, which are connected to fields such as Developing country and Demographic economics.
Politics, Political economy, Democracy, Endogeneity and Terrorism are his primary areas of study. His Politics study frequently links to related topics such as Colonialism. His research integrates issues of Political system, Political corruption, International development and Public choice in his study of Political economy.
His work deals with themes such as Coordination failure, Presidential system and Veto, which intersect with Democracy. The Endogeneity study combines topics in areas such as Autonomy and Well-being. His work in Terrorism tackles topics such as Occupational safety and health which are related to areas like State of emergency.
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Determinants of generalized trust: A cross-country comparison
Public Choice (2007)
The multiple facets of social capital
European Journal of Political Economy (2006)
The Happy Few: Cross–Country Evidence on Social Capital and Life Satisfaction
Economic Freedom and entrepreneurial Activity Some Cross-Country Evidence
Christian Bjørnskov;Nicolai Juul Foss;Nicolai Juul Foss.
Public Choice (2008)
Cross-country determinants of life satisfaction: exploring different determinants across groups in society
Christian Bjørnskov;Axel Dreher;Justina A. V. Fischer.
Social Choice and Welfare (2007)
The bigger the better? Evidence of the effect of government size on life satisfaction around the world
Christian Bjørnskov;Axel Dreher;Justina Anastasia Valerie Fischer.
Public Choice (2007)
Formal Institutions and Subjective Well-Being: Revisiting the Cross-Country Evidence
Christian Bjørnskov;Axel Dreher;Justina A.V. Fischer.
European Journal of Political Economy (2010)
Social Trust and Fractionalization: A Possible Reinterpretation
European Sociological Review (2008)
Institutions, Entrepreneurship, and Economic Growth: What Do We Know and What Do We Still Need to Know?
Christian Bjørnskov;Nicolai Juul Foss.
Academy of Management Perspectives (2016)
How Does Social Trust Affect Economic Growth
Southern Economic Journal (2012)
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