Økonomisk Institut


Kontor: POR/16.A-1.93
Curriculum Vitae
Primære forskningsområder

Human capital, R&D, innovation and firm performance

Empirical economics

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Anders Sørensen holds an MSc degree in economics from Aarhus University (1993) and a PhD from Copenhagen Business School (1997). During his doctoral studies he was visiting graduate student at University of California, Berkeley. He is Professor of Empirical Economics at the Department of Economics, CBS (2006-present). Previously, he was Assistant Professor at Johns Hopkins University, the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Washington DC, USA (2002-2004) and associate professor at CBS (2004-2005). He was a member of the Danish Productivity Commission (2012-2014). His main research interest is in human capital, R&D, innovation and firm performance as well as empirical economics.

Sørensen will become director of CBS’s new Center for Innovation from January 1, 2017.

Udvalgte publikationer


Product-Marketing Innovation, Skills and Firm Productivity Growth (with Martin Junge and Battista Severgnini), Review of Income and Wealth, forthcoming

Job Creation and Job Types - New Evidence from Danish Entrepreneurs (with Johan M. Kuhn and Nikolaj Malchow-Møller), European Economic Review, 2016

Examining the efforts of a small, open economy to reduce carbon emissions: The case of Denmark (with Clinton J. Levitt and Morten S. Pedersen), Ecological Economics, 2015

Comparing Apples to Oranges: Productivity Convergence and Measurement Across Industries and Countries: Comment, American Economic Review, 2001

R&D, Learning, and Phases of Economic Growth, Journal of Economic Growth, 1999


Publikationer & formidling
Clinton J. Levitt; Morten Saaby; Anders Sørensen / Australia’s Consumption-based Greenhouse Gas Emissions
I: The Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Vol. 61, Nr. 2, 4.2017, s. 211-231
Johan Moritz Kuhn; Nikolaj Malchow-Møller; Anders Sørensen / Job Creation and Job Types : New Evidence from Danish Entrepreneurs.
I: European Economic Review, Vol. 86, 7.2016, s. 161-187
Martin Junge; Battista Severgnini; Anders Sørensen / Product-Marketing Innovation, Skills, and Firm Productivity Growth
I: Review of Income and Wealth, Vol. 62, Nr. 4, 12.2016, s. 724-757
Jens Iversen; Nikolaj Malchow-Møller; Anders Sørensen / Success in Entrepreneurship : A Complementarity Between Schooling and Wage-Work Experience.
I: Small Business Economics, Vol. 47, Nr. 2, 8.2016, s. 437–460
David Daley; Rasmus Højbjerg Jacobsen; Anne-Mette Lange; Anders Sørensen; Jeanette Walldorf / Costing Adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder : Impact on the Individual and Society.
Oxford : Oxford University Press 2015, 272 s.
Clinton J. Levitt; Morten Saaby Pedersen; Anders Sørensen / Examining the Efforts of a Small, Open Economy to Reduce Carbon Emissions : The Case of Denmark.
I: Ecological Economics, Vol. 119, Nr. November, 2015, s. 94-106
Martin Junge; Battista Severgnini; Anders Sørensen / Evidence on the Impact of Education on Innovation and Productivity
Paper presented at European Economic Association & Econometric Society 2013 Parallel Meetings, 2013
Rasmus Højbjerg Jacobsen; Søren Bo Nielsen; Anders Sørensen / The Fiscal Trilemma in a Danish Perspective
I: Public Finance Review, Vol. 41, Nr. 6, 11.2013, s. 791-823
Nikolaj Malchow-Møller; Bertel Schjerning; Anders Sørensen / Entrepreneurship, Job Creation and Wage Growth
I: Small Business Economics, Vol. 36, Nr. 1, 2011, s. 15-32
Christian M. Dahl; H.C. Kongsted; Anders Sørensen / ICT and Productivity Growth in the 1990s : Panel Data Evidence on Europe .
I: Empirical Economics, Vol. 40, Nr. 1, 2.2011, s. 141-164
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