Research funding


Institutions of Care: The Role of Early Childhood Investments for Historical Development. DKK 4.4 Million
Awarded to  Philipp Ager.

The White Death. DKK 3.0  Million 
Awarded to Peter Sandholt Jensen.

The Origins of Creativity. DKK 2.5 Million
Awarded to Karol Borowiecki.

Rethinking the Economic Take-off of Denmark. DKK 5.9 Million
Awarded to Paul Sharp.

Effects of migration. DKK 1.7 Million
Awarded to 
Nina Boberg-Fazlic.  

Diversity and Development: Evidence from Immigration Quotas. DKK 725.397
Awarded to Philipp Ager (and Casper Worm Hansen, Copenhagen University). 

The Economic History of Christian Africa. DKK 4.2 Million
Awarded to Jacob Weisdorf .  

New Lessons from Historical Labor Markets: Using a unique Danish data source to answer key questions in economics. DKK 2.6 Million
Awarded to Peter Sandholt Jensen and Paul Sharp (together with Battista Severgnini Copenhagen University).

Renewal, Innovation and Change: Heritage and European Society. DKK 1.7 Million 
Awarded to Karol Borowiecki.

The Heavy Plough and the European Agricultural Revolution of the Middle Ages. DKK 971.626
Awarded to Thomas Barnebeck Andersen and Peter Sandholt Jensen

Constructing Historical Danish National Accounts for the Period 1750-1895. DKK 1.4 Million
Awarded to 
Paul SharpPeter Sandholt Jensen and Ingrid Henriksen 

Education and Health in the Process of Economic Development: A Theoretical Inquiry. DKK 1.3 Million
Awarded to 
Lars Lønstrup.









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