Magnus Bergli Rasmussen
Magnus Bergli Rasmussen
Assistant professor University of Oslo
Verified email at samfunnsforskning.no
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The Autocratic Welfare State Resource Distribution, Credible Commitments and Political Survival
CH Knutsen, M Rasmussen
Comparative Political Studies, 2018
37*2018
Working-Class strength by institutional design? Unionization, partisan politics, and unemployment insurance systems, 1870 to 2010
MB Rasmussen, J Pontusson
Comparative Political Studies 51 (6), 793-828, 2018
92018
How organized labor shaped the origin and structure of the regulatory revolution 1870-2000
M Rasmussen
Forlaget Politica, 2016
72016
Party Institutionalization and Welfare State Development
MB Rasmussen, CH Knutsen
British Journal of Political Science, 2020
42020
Reforming to Survive:The Bolshevik Origins of Social Policies
MB Rasmussen, CH Knutsen
EPSA and APSA 2019, 2019
22019
Majoritarian systems, rural groups, and (arrested) welfare state development
CH Knutsen, MB Rasmussen
International Political Science Review 41 (2), 238-254, 2020
12020
Maktressurser avgjør: Maktressursteorien og velferdsstatsutvikling i 18-OECD land fra 1970-2010
M Rasmussen
12012
10 The business of change
MB Rasmussen, ØS Skorge
Business Interests and the Development of the Modern Welfare State, 91, 2019
2019
Inntektssikring for befolkningen i yrkesaktiv alder–en sammenligning av syv nordeuropeiske land
AW Pedersen, AS Grødem, MB Rasmussen, I Wagner
Institutt for samfunnsforskning, 2019
2019
Electoral Rules, Labor Market Coordination and Macroeconomic Performance
C Henrik Knutsen, M Bergli Rasmussen
Scandinavian Political Studies 41 (3), 367-378, 2018
2018
Suffering from Suffrage: Welfare State Development and the Politics of Citizenship Disqualification
C Jensen, D Andersen, MB Rasmussen
Council for European Studies Conference, 2017
2017
Working-class strength by institutional design? Unionization, partisan politics and unemployment insurance systems, 1870-2010
HJ Pontusson, M Rasmussen
2016
Revolution, Elite Fear and the Origins of Proportional Representation
H Gjerløw, MB Rasmussen
Organization Works
MB Rasmussen
Institutions (still) Rule
MB Rasmussen
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