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Amalie Sofie Jensen
Amalie Sofie Jensen
Assistant Professor, University of Copenhagen
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Economic decline, social identity, and authoritarian values in the United States
C Ballard-Rosa, A Jensen, K Scheve
International Studies Quarterly 66 (1), sqab027, 2022
1142022
The welfare magnet hypothesis: Evidence from an immigrant welfare scheme in Denmark
O Agersnap, A Jensen, H Kleven
American Economic Review: Insights 2 (4), 527-542, 2020
772020
Do people respond to the mortgage interest deduction? Quasi-experimental evidence from Denmark
J Gruber, A Jensen, H Kleven
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 13 (2), 273-303, 2021
582021
Do people respond to the mortage interest deduction? Quasi-experimental evidence from Denmark
J Gruber, A Jensen, H Kleven
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2017
502017
City limits to partisan polarization in the American public
A Jensen, W Marble, K Scheve, MJ Slaughter
Political Science Research and Methods 9 (2), 223-241, 2021
342021
How do households respond to job loss? lessons from multiple high-frequency datasets
AL Andersen, AS Jensen, N Johannesen, CT Kreiner, S Leth-Petersen, ...
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 15 (4), 1-29, 2023
322023
Middle class without a net: savings, financial fragility, and preferences over social insurance
JG Hariri, AS Jensen, DD Lassen
Comparative Political Studies 53 (6), 892-922, 2020
212020
Diffusing political concerns: How unemployment information passed between social ties influences Danish voters
JE Alt, A Jensen, H Larreguy, DD Lassen, J Marshall
The Journal of Politics 84 (1), 383-404, 2022
202022
Contagious Political Concerns: Identifying Unemployment Shock Information Transmission Using the Danish Population Network
J Alt, A Jensen, H Larreguy, D Lassen, J Marshall
102017
Contagious political concerns: Identifying unemployment information shock transmission using the danish population network
JE Alt, A Jensen, H Larreguy, DD Lassen, J Marshall
Working Paper, 2017
62017
Contagious political concerns: How unemployment information passed between weak ties influences Danish voters
JE Alt, A Jensen, HA Larreguy, DD Lassen, J Marshall
Working paper. Accessed May 2019. https://scholar. harvard. edu/files …, 2019
52019
Measuring time preferences in large surveys
MM Bechtel, A Jensen, JH McAllister, K Scheve
Political Science Research and Methods, 1-9, 2019
42019
Household Balance Sheets and Social Policy Preferences: New Survey Evidence
JG Hariri, AS Jensen, DD Lassen, A Wiedemann
42017
Loaded but Lonely: Housing and Saving Responses to Spousal Death in Old Age
A Jensen
12017
Cross-National Support for the Welfare State Under Wealth Inequality
AS Jensen, A Wiedemann
Comparative Political Studies, 00104140231168364, 2023
2023
Cross-National Support for the Welfare State Under Wealth Inequality
A Wiedemann, AS Jensen
Available at SSRN 4321717, 2023
2023
A Liquidity Theory of Social Policy Preferences
JG Hariri, AS Jensen, DD Lassen
2014
American Economic Journal
ALA ANDERsEN, AAESFE JENsEN, NE JohANNEsEN, CATR KREiNER, ...
Online Appendix for “City Limits to Partisan Polarization in the American Public”
A Jensen, W Marble, K Scheve, MJ Slaughter
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A Sheridan, S Leth-Petersen, C Kreiner, N Johannesen, A Jensen, ...
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