Magnus Bergli Rasmussen
Magnus holds a phd. from Aarhus university and a master from Oslo university in political science.
His main research interests include comparative welfare state policies,trade unions, electoral systems, and the collection of historical data on labor markets
He also works on immigration, strikes, working time regulation, autocratic regime survival and party systems.
- Knutsen, Carl Henrik & Rasmussen, Magnus (2017). The Autocratic Welfare State: Old-Age Pensions, Credible Commitments, and Regime Survival. Comparative Political Studies. . doi: 10.1177/0010414017710265 Full text in Research Archive. Show summary
- Rasmussen, Magnus & Pontusson, Jonas (2017). Working-Class Strength by Institutional Design? Unionization, Partisan Politics, and Unemployment Insurance Systems, 1870 to 2010. Comparative Political Studies. . doi: 10.1177/0010414017710269 Show summary
- Knutsen, Carl Henrik & Rasmussen, Magnus (2017). Offering pensions can help autocrats stay in power longer. Washington Post.
- Rasmussen, Magnus (2017). Forskning viser at: Velgerne går til høyre i nedgangstider. Dagens næringsliv.
- Rasmussen, Magnus; Jensen, Carsten & Andersen, David (2017). Suffering from Suffrage: Welfare State Development and the Politics of Negative Conditionality.
- Rasmussen, Magnus & Knutsen, Carl Henrik (2017). Party Institutionalization and Welfare State Development. Show summary