articles 

This is an overview of my articles in English (and French).

L’Expansion des régimes complementaires au Danemark (in English: The expansion of supplementary pension schemes). La Revue d l’IRES, 15, 1994, 195-210.

 

Economic and Monetary Union. In Finn Laursen (ed.), The Political Economy of European Integration. Haag: Kluwer International, 1995, 145-178.

 

The Outlook on Supplementary Pensions in the Context of Demographic, Economic and Social Change: The Development in Denmark. Social Europe, Supplement 7/96, 57-75.

 

The Development of Danish Supplementary Pensions. In Emmanuel Reynaud, Lucy apRoberts and Gerard Hughes (eds.), International Perspectives on Supplermentary Pensions. Westport, Conn.: Quorum, Books, 1996, 127-136.

 

Danish Economic Interests and Danish EC Policy. Copenhagen Business School, Institut for Finansiering, Working paper 97-10.

 

Costs and Benefits of Pre-Funded Contribution-Defined Pension Schemes. Copenhagen Business School, Institut for Finansiering, Working paper 97-11.

 

Danish Public Pensions. In Gerard Hughes and Jim Stewart (eds.), The Challenge of the State in Pension Provision: Employer, Regulator, Provider. Haag: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1999, 37-42.

 

Fiscal Policy and Welfare under Different Exchange Rate Regimes. Copenhagen Business School, Institut for Finansiering, Working paper.

 

The Choice of Monetary Regime: Fiscal Implications. Copenhagen Business School, Institut for Finansiering, Working paper.

 

The Effects of International Integration on Macroeconomic Policy Effectiveness. Paper presented at conference at Fudan University on European Financial Integration and China 12-13 May 2006 (with Lars Oxelheim).

 

Regulation and Globalisation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Royal Economic Society in Nottingham, 19 April 2006.

 

Origins and Resolution of Financial Crises: Lessons from the Current and Northern European Crises. Asian Economic Papers, 2009, Vol. 8, No. 3, 178-220 (with Clas Wihlborg and Lars Oxelheim).

 

A Nation of Risk Lovers: Personal Provision of Retirement Income in Denmark. In Jim Stewart and Gerard Hughes (eds.), Personal Provision of Retirement Income: Meeting the Needs of Older People? Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 95-110.

 

The Danish Bank Crisis in a Transnational Perspective. In Nanna Hvidt and Hans Mouritzen (eds.), Danish Foreign Policy Yearbook 2010. Danish Institute of International Studies, 2010, 75-112.

 

The Handling of Crises in Funded Pension Schemes: The Experience of Denmark and Some

New Proposals. In Yves Stevens (ed.), Protecting Pension Rights in Times of Economic

Turmoil. Social Europe Series 26. Cambridge: Intersentia, 153-168.

 

The Optimal Pension System: Is Denmark Best? In Dana Muir and John Turner (eds.),

Imagining the Ideal Pension System: A Cross-Country Comparison of Goals and

Approaches. Kalamazoo, Michigan: W. E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research.

The Origins and Resolution of Financial Crises: A Policy Dilemma. In Robert W. Kolb (ed.), Financial Contagion: The Viral Threat to the Wealth of Nations. New York: Wiley, 57-64 (with Lars Oxelheim and Clas Wihlborg).

The future of EU policy coordination: Dealing with the financial crisis. In Ewa Latoszek, Irena E. Kotowska, Alojzy Z. Novak and Andrzej Stepniak (eds.), European Integration Process in the New Regional and Global Settings. Warsaw: Elipsa Publishing House, 91-108.

 

Copenhague. En être sans ên etre. Outre-Terre - Revue européenne de géopolitique, 2012/2 (No. 32), pp. 131-139.

 

EU-Asia and the Re-Polarization of the Global Economic Arena. Book Review. Journal of International Business Studies, March 2013

L’Expansion des régimes complementaires au Danemark (in English: The expansion of supplementary pension schemes). La Revue d l’IRES, 15, 1994, 195-210.

 

Economic and Monetary Union. In Finn Laursen (ed.), The Political Economy of European Integration. Haag: Kluwer International, 1995, 145-178.

 

The Outlook on Supplementary Pensions in the Context of Demographic, Economic and Social Change: The Development in Denmark. Social Europe, Supplement 7/96, 57-75.

 

The Development of Danish Supplementary Pensions. In Emmanuel Reynaud, Lucy apRoberts and Gerard Hughes (eds.), International Perspectives on Supplermentary Pensions. Westport, Conn.: Quorum, Books, 1996, 127-136.

 

Danish Economic Interests and Danish EC Policy. Copenhagen Business School, Institut for Finansiering, Working paper 97-10.

 

Costs and Benefits of Pre-Funded Contribution-Defined Pension Schemes. Copenhagen Business School, Institut for Finansiering, Working paper 97-11.

 

Danish Public Pensions. In Gerard Hughes and Jim Stewart (eds.), The Challenge of the State in Pension Provision: Employer, Regulator, Provider. Haag: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1999, 37-42.

 

Fiscal Policy and Welfare under Different Exchange Rate Regimes. Copenhagen Business School, Institut for Finansiering, Working paper.

 

The Choice of Monetary Regime: Fiscal Implications. Copenhagen Business School, Institut for Finansiering, Working paper.

 

The Effects of International Integration on Macroeconomic Policy Effectiveness. Paper presented at conference at Fudan University on European Financial Integration and China 12-13 May 2006 (with Lars Oxelheim).

 

Regulation and Globalisation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Royal Economic Society in Nottingham, 19 April 2006.

 

Origins and Resolution of Financial Crises: Lessons from the Current and Northern European Crises. Asian Economic Papers, 2009, Vol. 8, No. 3, 178-220 (with Clas Wihlborg and Lars Oxelheim).

 

A Nation of Risk Lovers: Personal Provision of Retirement Income in Denmark. In Jim Stewart and Gerard Hughes (eds.), Personal Provision of Retirement Income: Meeting the Needs of Older People? Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 95-110.

 

The Danish Bank Crisis in a Transnational Perspective. In Nanna Hvidt and Hans Mouritzen (eds.), Danish Foreign Policy Yearbook 2010. Danish Institute of International Studies, 2010, 75-112.

 

The Handling of Crises in Funded Pension Schemes: The Experience of Denmark and Some

New Proposals. In Yves Stevens (ed.), Protecting Pension Rights in Times of Economic

Turmoil. Social Europe Series 26. Cambridge: Intersentia, 153-168.

 

The Optimal Pension System: Is Denmark Best? In Dana Muir and John Turner (eds.),

Imagining the Ideal Pension System: A Cross-Country Comparison of Goals and

Approaches. Kalamazoo, Michigan: W. E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research.

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