[4] Economic Inequality and Political Responsiveness: A Systematic Review (with Michael Baggesen Klitgaard) [Link] (FirstView in Perspectives on Politics)

[3] Social Distancing, Politics, and Wealth. 2021. West European Politics 44, nos. 5–6: 1283–1313 (with Ben Ansell and Asli Cansunar) [Link]

[2] Elkjær, Mads A. 2020. What Drives Unequal Policy Responsiveness? Assessing the Role of Informational Asymmetries in Economic Policy-Making. Comparative Political Studies 53, no. 14: 2213-2245  [Link]

[1] Elkjær, Mads A., and Torben Iversen. 2020. The Political Representation of Economic Interests: Subversion of Democracy or Middle-Class Supremacy? World Politics 72, no. 2: 254-290 [Link]

Working Papers

Affluence and Policy Influence in Advanced Democracies

Tax Exposure and Political Preferences (with Ben Ansell and Asli Cansunar)

The Democratic State and Redistribution: Whose Interests Are Served? (with Torben Iversen)

The Democratic State and Class Politics: Who Benefits? (with Torben Iversen)

The Distributional Effects of Tax-and-Transfer Policies in 21st Century Europe (with Fabian Mushövel)

Book Project

Middle-Class Democracy: The Political Representation of Economic Interests in Comparative Perspective

Book Reviews

Adam Przeworski: Crises of Democracy. Cambridge 2019: Cambridge University Press, 239 pp. Sociologický časopis/Czech Sociological Review, 2021, Vol. 57, No. 3 [Link]