Research projects

HEDG research projects funded by the Danish Research Council:

  • Education and Health in the Process of Economic Development: A Theoretical Inquiry (Lars Lønstrup), 2011. With a sum of 1.3 million kroner (1,333,097 kroner)
  • The Heavy Plough and the European Agricultural Revolution of the Middle Ages (Thomas Barnebeck Andersen, Peter Sandholt Jensen), 2012. With a sum of 0.9 million kroner (971,626 kroner)
  • Constructing Historical Danish National Accounts for the Period 1750-1895 (Paul Sharp, Peter Sandholt Jensen, Ingrid Henriksen), 2012.  With a sum of 1.5 million kroner (1,500,000 kroner)
  • New Lessons from Historical Labor Markets: Using a unique Danish data source to answer key questions in economics (Peter Sandholt Jensen, Paul Sharp, Battista Severgnini), 2013. With a sum of 2.8 million kroner (2,802,240 kroner)
  • The Economic History of Christian Africa (Jacob Weisdorf), 2014. With a sum of 4.2 million kroner (4,246,704 kroner)
  • Diversity and Development: Evidence from Immigration Quotas (Casper Worm Hansen, Copenhagen University, Philipp Ager), 2015. With a sum of 1.5 million kroner (1,502,967 kroner)
  • Rethinking the Economic Take-off of Denmark (Paul Sharp), 2016. With a sum of 5.9 million kroner (5,978,304 kroner)

For more information contact the researchers mentioned in parentheses.

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