Selected publications

Finseraas, Henning (forthcoming). “Social Democratic Representation and Welfare Spending: A Quantitative Case Study”, Political Science Research and Methods. Pre-print pdf

Finseraas, Henning, Torbjørn Hanson, Åshild A. Johnsen, Andreas Kotsadam and Gaute Torsvik (forthcoming). “Trust, Ethnic Diversity, and Personal Contact: A Field Experiment”, Journal of Public Economics. Pre-print pdf

Finseraas, Henning, Øyvind Skorge and Marte Strøm (2018). “Does Education Affect Immigration Attitudes? Evidence from an Education Reform”, Electoral Studies. 55(Oct): 131-135. Pre-print pdf

Ferwerda, Jeremy, Henning Finseraas and Johannes Bergh (forthcoming). “Voting Rights and Immigrant Incorporation: Evidence from Norway”, British Journal of Political Science. Pre-Print pdf

Finseraas, Henning, Marianne Røed and Pål Schøne (2017). “Labor Market Competition with Immigrants and Political Polarization”, Quarterly Journal of Political Science 12(3): 347-373. Pre-Print pdf

Finseraas, Henning and Andreas Kotsadam (2017). “Does personal contact with ethnic minorities affect anti-immigrant sentiments? Evidence from a field experiment”, European Journal of Political Research 56(3): 703-722. Pre-Print pdf

Finseraas, Henning and Andreas Kotsadam (2017). “Ancestry Culture and Female Employment—An Analysis of Second-Generation Siblings”, European Sociological Review 33(3): 382–392. Pre-Print pdf

Finseraas, Henning (2017). “The Effect of A Booming Local Economy in Early Childhood on the Propensity to Vote: Evidence from a Natural Experiment”, British Journal of Political Science. 47(3): 609-629. Pre-Print pdf

Finseraas, Henning, Åshild A. Johnsen, Andreas Kotsadam, and Gaute Torsvik (2016). “Exposure to Female Colleagues Breaks the Glass Ceiling – Evidence from a Combined Vignette and Field Experiment”, European Economic Review 90(November): 363–374. Working Paper pdf

Barth, Erling, Henning Finseraas and Karl O. Moene (2015). “Political Reinforcement: How Rising Inequality Curbs Manifested Welfare Generosity“, American Journal of Political Science, 59(3): 565-577. Pre-Print pdf

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