Amalie Sofie Jensen
Amalie Sofie Jensen
Assistant Professor, University of Copenhagen
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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
362017
Economic decline, social identity, and authoritarian values in the United States
C Ballard-Rosa, A Jensen, K Scheve
American Political Science Association, Boston, 2018
352018
The welfare magnet hypothesis: Evidence from an immigrant welfare scheme in Denmark
O Agersnap, A Jensen, H Kleven
American Economic Review: Insights 2 (4), 527-42, 2020
192020
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
132021
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
102021
Contagious Political Concerns: Identifying Unemployment Shock Information Transmission Using the Danish Population Network
J Alt, A Jensen, H Larreguy, D Lassen, J Marshall
92017
Diffusing political concerns: How unemployment information passed between social ties influences Danish voters
JE Alt, A Jensen, H Larreguy, DD Lassen, J Marshall
82020
How Do Households Respond to Job Loss? Lessons from Multiple High-Frequency Data Sets
AL Andersen, AS Jensen, N Johannesen, CT Kreiner, S Leth‐Petersen, ...
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP16131, 2021
62021
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
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
42020
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
32019
Measuring Time Preferences in Large Surveys
MM Bechtel, AS Jensen, K Scheve
Available at SSRN 3422697, 2019
22019
Household Balance Sheets and Social Policy Preferences: New Survey Evidence
JG Hariri, AS Jensen, DD Lassen, A Wiedemann
22017
Loaded but Lonely: Housing and Saving Responses to Spousal Death in Old Age
A Jensen
Working paper, 2018
12018
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