Department of International Economics, Government and Business

PhD fellow

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Niels Fuglsang

My PhD project: “Economic models in the western world: where do they come from and how have they developed?” is an inquiry into the political and ideological background for the economic models that policy makers apply to plan economic policy today. My outset is the Danish case; however the project aims to compare the development of the economic models and the use of these between different economies.  

Primary research areas
  • Political economy
  • Economic ideas
  • Economic models
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Jachim Peter Tilsted; Phillip Kjær Luscombe; Niels Fuglsang / Mellem modeller og virkelighed : Om Finansministeriets policy-redskaber og deres rolle i dansk politik.
In: Samfundsøkonomen, No. 2, 5.2020, p. 91-100
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Niels Fuglsang / Politics Against Economic Models : How Economic Models and EU Rules Disarmed the Politicians and Saved the Economy of Denmark.
Abstract from The 3rd Nordic Challenges Conference, 2019
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Niels Fuglsang; Lotte Jensen / Magtens mekanismer : Regeringens udvalgsstruktur og koordineringspraksis under Nyrup og Fogh.
In: Samfundsøkonomen, No. 2, 4.2010, p. 17-23
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