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Asger Lau Andersen
Asger Lau Andersen
Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen
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Consumer responses to the COVID‐19 crisis: Evidence from bank account transaction data
AL Andersen, ET Hansen, N Johannesen, A Sheridan
The Scandinavian Journal of Economics 124 (4), 905-929, 2022
3732022
Pandemic, shutdown and consumer spending: Lessons from Scandinavian policy responses to COVID-19
AL Andersen, ET Hansen, N Johannesen, A Sheridan
arXiv preprint arXiv:2005.04630, 2020
2032020
Social distancing laws cause only small losses of economic activity during the COVID-19 pandemic in Scandinavia
A Sheridan, AL Andersen, ET Hansen, N Johannesen
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (34), 20468-20473, 2020
1972020
Household debt and spending during the financial crisis: Evidence from Danish micro data
AL Andersen, C Duus, TL Jensen
European Economic Review 89, 96-115, 2016
1112016
Monetary policy and inequality
AL Andersen, N Johannesen, M Jørgensen, JL Peydró
Univ. of Copenhagen Dept. of Economics Discussion Paper, CEBI Working Paper …, 2022
842022
Household debt and consumption during the financial crisis: Evidence from Danish micro data
AL Andersen, C Duus, TL Jensen
Danmarks Nationalbank Working Papers, 2014
732014
Late budgets
AL Andersen, DD Lassen, LHW Nielsen
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 4 (4), 1-40, 2012
482012
Fiscal transparency and procyclical fiscal policy
AL Andersen, L Holbøll Westh Nielsen
EPRU Working Paper Series, 2010
402010
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
The impact of late budgets on state government borrowing costs
AL Andersen, DD Lassen, LHW Nielsen
Journal of Public Economics 109, 27-35, 2014
282014
Bailing out the kids: new evidence on informal insurance from one billion bank transfers
AL Andersen, N Johannesen, A Sheridan
Available at SSRN 3624022, 2020
132020
The wealth and debt of Danish families
AL Andersen, AM Christensen, N Fabrin, SA Koob, M Oksbjerg
Danmarks Nationalbank Monetary Review 2nd Quarter Part, 2014
122014
Fiscal Governance and Electoral Account $ ability: Evidence from Late Budgets
A Andersen, D Lassen, L Nielsen
Essays in Political Economy: Budgets, Elections and Fiscal Policy 90, 2010
122010
Pandemic
AL Andersen, ET Hansen, N Johannesen, A Sheridan
Shutdown and Consumer Spending: Lessons from Scandinavian Policy Responses …, 2020
112020
Pandemic, shutdown and consumer spending: Lessons from Scandinavian policy responses to COVID-19. arXiv 2020
AL Andersen, ET Hansen, N Johannesen, A Sheridan
arXiv preprint arXiv:2005.04630, 0
11
Dynamic spending responses to wealth shocks: Evidence from quasi-lotteries on the stock market
AL Andersen, N Johannesen, A Sheridan
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP16338, 2021
82021
Disaggregated economic accounts
AL Andersen, K Huber, N Johannesen, L Straub, ET Vestergaard
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2022
72022
Softer monetary policy increases inequality
AL Andersen, N Johannesen, M Jørgensen, P JL
VoxEU. org 19, 2021
62021
Danish Families' Financial Robustness, Variable Rates and Deferred Amortisation
AL Andersen, AM Christensen, CD Economics, R Kaarup, F Markets
Danmarks Nationalbank Monetary Review 4th Quarter Part 2, 2012
62012
Consumer responses to the COVID-19 crisis: Evidence from bank account transaction data. 2020
AL Andersen, ET Hansen, N Johannesen, A Sheridan
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