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.

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]

How Would Legislators Vote If Their Vote Was Pivotal? [pdf]


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]