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Department of Business and Economics

Publications of Junior Professorship

We would like to give an overview of selected published articles that we have created. Further publications by the individual employees can be found in the respective web profiles on the team pages.


  • Boberg-Fazlic, N., Jensen, P. S., Lampe, M., Sharp, P., & Skovsgaard, C. V. (2023). ‘Getting to Denmark’: the role of agricultural elites for development. Journal of Economic Growth, 1-45.
  • Boberg-Fazlić, N., Lampe, M., & Sharp, P. (2023). The sleeping giant who left for America: Danish land inequality and emigration during the age of mass migration. Explorations in Economic History, 101525.


  • Boberg-Fazlic, N. and P. Sharp (2022). “Immigrant Communities and Knowledge Spillovers: Danish-Americans and the Development of the Dairy Industry in the United States”. Conditionally accepted for publication in the American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics.
  • Boberg-Fazlic, N., M. Lampe, P. L. Martinelli, and P. Sharp (2022). “Winners and Losers from Enclosure: Evidence from Danish Land Inequality 1682-1895”. Journal of Development Economics, 155, 102813.


  • Boberg-Fazlic, N., M. Ivets, M. Karlsson, and T. Nilsson (2021). “Disease and Fertility: Evidence from the 1918 Influenza Pandemic in Sweden”. Economics and Human Biology, Vol. 43, 101020.
  • Boberg-Fazlic, N., M. Lampe, M. U. Pedersen and P. Sharp (2021). “Pandemics and Protectionism: Evidence from the “Spanish” Flu”. Humanities and Social Sciences Communications, Vol. 8, Article No. 145.


  • Boberg-Fazlic, N. and P. Sharp (2018). “North and South: Long-run Social Mobility in England and Attitudes towards Welfare”. Cliometrica, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 251-276.


  • Boberg-Fazlic, N. and P. Sharp (2017). “Does Welfare Spending Crowd Out Charitable Activity? Evidence from Historical England under the Poor Laws”. The Economic Journal, Vol. 127, No. 599, pp. 50-83.


  • Boberg-Fazlic, N., P. Sharp, and J. Weisdorf (2011). “Survival of the Richest? Social Status, Fertility, and Social Mobility in England 1541-1824”. European Review of Economic History, Vol. 15, No. 3, pp. 365-392.

Work in progress:

  • Bentzen, J, N Boberg-Fazlic, P Sharp, C Skovsgaard and C Vedel (2023), ‘DP18679 Holy Cows and Spilt Milk: The Impact of Religious Conflict on Firm-Level Productivity‘, CEPR Discussion Paper No. 18679. CEPR Press, Paris & London.

Other publications:

  • Book Review in Scandinavian Economic History Review (2022): Kolonisterne – kartoffeltyskerne i Gl. Tønder Amt [The colonists – potato Germans in Old Tønder Amt] by Kitta Petersen, Sven Petersen, and Ruth Christensen, Rens & Omegns Lokalhistoriske Forening, 2020.