Jan Auerbach


I am a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Economics at Brunel University London. My current research focuses on political selection, property rights, redistribution, and immigration. Here is my CV.



jan.auerbach[at]brunel.ac.uk
Department of Economics and Finance
Brunel University London
Kingston Lane
Uxbridge UB8 3PH
United Kingdom

Working Papers

Spatial Allocation of Workers and Immigration [pdf]
(with Elisa Keller, Julian Neira, and Rish Singhania)

Productive Office and Political Elitism [pdf]

Legislature Composition and Representative Democracy [pdf]

Publications

Political Competition over Property Rights Enforcement
European Economic Review, 2021 [link]

Preordered Service in Contract Enforcement
(with Miguel A. Fonseca)
Games and Economic Behavior, 2020 [link]

Property Rights Enforcement with Unverifiable Incomes
Economic Theory, 2019 [link]

Property Rights, Governance, and Economic Development
(with Costas Azariadis)
Review of Development Economics, 2015 [link]