[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

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)

Why Is It So Hard To Counteract Rising Wealth Inequality? (with Ben Ansell, Laure Bokobza, Asli Cansunar, Matthias Haslberger, Jacob Nyrup)

Housing Wealth, Information, and Political Efficacy (with Ben Ansell and Matthias Haslberger)

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]