Rune Jørgen Sørensen
Professor, Department of Economics, Norwegian Business School - BI
Telephone: +47 46 41 05 95
Department of Economics
Norwegian Business School - BI, N-0484 Oslo, Norway
0484 Oslo, Norway
Public Employees as Elected Politicians: Assessing Direct and Indirect Substantive Effects of Passive Representation. (With Benny Geys and Zuzana Murdoch). For publication in the Journal of Politics. Working Paper.
Educated politicians and government efficiency: Evidence from Norwegian local government. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 2023, 210: 163-179.
Age and Vote Choice: Is There a Conservative Shift among Older Voters? (With Benny Geys and Tom-Reiel Heggedal) Electoral Studies 78, 2022, Online Appendix.
The Zero-Rent Society. Evidence from Hydropower and Petroleum Windfalls in Norwegian Local Governments. (With Jørgen Juel Andersen) Journal of Public Economics 2022, 209:104650. Online Appendix.
Public Sector Employment and Voter Turnout. (With Benny Geys) American Political Science Review. 2022, 116(1): 367-373 Online Appendix.
Political (Over)Representation of Public Sector Employees and the Double-Motive Hypothesis: Evidence from Norwegian Register Data (2007-2019). (With Benny Geys and Zuzana Murdoch). Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 2022, 32(2):326-341.
Moral hazard in electoral teams: List rank and campaign effort. (With Gary Cox, Jon H. Fiva and Dan Smith) Journal of Public Economics 2021, 200:104457
Political Alignment and Bureaucratic Pay. (With Jon H. Fiva, Benny Geys and Tom Reiel Heggedal) Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 2021, 31(3):596–615.
Administrative Delegation of Budgetary Powers and Fiscal Performance (With Benny Geys) Available as eary view in Kyklos 2020, 73: 477– 499. News coverage in the LSE blog and in the Ökonomenstimme.
Popular support for environmental protection: A life-cycle perspective. Accepted for publication in the British Journal of Political Science 2021, 51(3): 1348-1355. (With Tom-Reiel Heggedal and Benny Geys) Also available as Working paper. News coverage in BI Business Review.
Who dies early? Education, mortality and causes of death in Norway. Social Science & Medicine 2020, 245:112601. (With Jostein Grytten and Irene Skau) Available as Working paper. News coverage on Forskning.no.