Department of International Economics, Government and Business

Mogens Kamp
Professor with special responsibilities

Room: POR/24.B-2.78
Mogens Kamp Justesen

I am Professor (MSO) at the Department of International Economics, Government and Business, Copenhagen Business School. I am also Director of CBS’ Inequality Platform, joint with Birthe Larsen (ECON). With a background and PhD (2009) in political science, my main interests are within the fields of comparative politics, political economy, research methodology, and quantitative methods. My research focuses on issues of economic development, inequality, poverty, institutions, clientelism, and democratic governance in developing countries. Much of my work focuses on politics and economics in Africa, in particular South Africa.

Primary research areas
  • Comparative politics and political economy
  • Economic and political development in developing countries, particularly Africa
  • Inequality and economic growth
  • Institutions, democracy and governance
  • Research methodology, quasi-experiments, and quantitative methods
Administrative tasks

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  • Political Economy of Development
  • Quantitative Methods II

Other teaching activities

Selected publications

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Mogens Kamp Justesen; Stanislav Markus / Tycoon Candidates, Electoral Strategies, and Voter Support : A Survey Experiment in South Africa.
In: Business and Politics, 18.3.2024
Journal article > peer review
Monika Bauhr; Mogens K. Justesen / Electoral Clientelism and Redistribution : How Vote Buying Undermines Citizen Demand for Public Services.
Gothenburg : QOG, University of Gothenburg 2023, 21 p. (Q O G Working Paper Series, No. 2023:10)
Working paper
Stephen Dawson; Nicholas Charron; Mogens Kamp Justesen / Electoral Competition, Political Parties and Clientelism : Evidence from Local Elections in South Africa.
In: Democratization, Vol. 30, No. 3, 4.2023, p. 479-500
Journal article > peer review
Amy Alexander; Nicholas Charron; Mogens Kamp Justesen / Female Representation and Electoral Clientelism : New Insights from South African Municipal Elections.
In: Electoral Studies, No. 82, 4.2023
Journal article > peer review
Mogens Kamp Justesen; Luigi Manzetti / Poverty, Partisanship, and Vote Buying in Latin America
In: Latin American Politics and Society, Vol. 65, No. 3, 8.2023, p. 1-19
Journal article > peer review
Anders Woller; Mogens Kamp Justesen; Jacob Gerner Hariri / The Cost of Voting and the Cost of Votes
In: Journal of Politics, Vol. 85, No. 2, 4.2023, p. 593-608
Journal article > peer review
Benjamin Egerod; Mogens Kamp Justesen / Asset Specificity, Corporate Protection and Trade Policy : Firm-level Evidence from Antidumping Petitions in Nineteen Jurisdictions.
In: British Journal of Political Science, Vol. 52, No. 3, 2022, 10 p., p. 1472-1481
Letter > peer review
Sigrid Alexandra Koob; Mogens Kamp Justesen / Fighting For a Better Life : Protests and Public Opinion in South Africa.
Paper presented at American Political Science Association, APSA Annual Meeting 2022, 2022
Alice Guerra; Mogens Kamp Justesen / Vote Buying and Redistribution
In: Public Choice, Vol. 193, No. 3-4, 12.2022, p. 315-344
Journal article > peer review
Mogens Kamp Justesen; Sigrid Alexandra Koob; Sina Smid / Programmatic Redistribution and Clientelism : Evidence from a Conjoint Survey Experiment in Brazil.
Paper presented at American Political Science Association, APSA Annual Meeting 2021, 2021
Paper > peer review
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