Public and institutional economics. Social norms, corruption, education and development economics.
Among the questions that Andreas Bergh tries to answer with his research:
- What explains variation in welfare state size among countries, and how does the welfare state affect economic outcomes?
- Where do social norms come from and how do they change?
- How are people in developing countries affected by economic and social globalization?
- What explains growth differences among rich countries and how are efficiency promoting reforms implemented?
- What explains corruption problems in swedish municipalities?
Income Inequality, Health and Development – In Search of a Pattern
Therese Nilsson and Andreas Bergh
Sweden and the Revival of the Capitalist Welfare State. Forthcoming, Edward Elgar.
Blir vi sjuka av inkomstskillnader? Studentlitteratur, 2012. (med Therese Nilsson och Daniel Waldenström)
Government size and Implications for Economic growth. American Enterprise Institute, 2010. (med Magnus Henrekson).
Modern mikroekonomi, Norstedts förlag, 2010. (Med Niklas Jakobsson)
Den kapitalistiska välfärdsstaten, Norstedts förlag, 2009.
New Acedemic Articles
Bergh, A. och Lyttkens, C H. (2013). Measuring institutional quality in ancient Athens, Journal of Institutional Economics, forthcoming.
Bergh, A. 2013. What are the policy lessons from Sweden? On the rise, fall and revival of a capitalist welfare state. New Political Economy, forthcoming.
Bergh, A., T. Nilsson and I. Mirkina. 2013. Globalization and institutional quality: A panel data analysis. Oxford Development Studies, forthcoming.
Bergh, A. and T. Nilsson. 2013. When more poor means less poverty: On income inequality and purchasing power, Southern Economic Journal, forthcoming.
Berggren, N., Bergh, A., and C. Bjørnskov. 2012. The growth effects of institutional instability. Journal of Institutional Economics, 8(2):187-224.