Department of Economics | Faculty of Social Sciences | University of Copenhagen | DERG



   

Finn Tarp
Professor
Department of Economics
University of Copenhagen
Oester Farimagsgade 5
Building 26 (26.2.41)
DK-1353 Copenhagen K
Denmark
Phone: (+45) 35 32 30 41
Mobile: (+45) 93 50 91 61

Contact by e-mail Finn.Tarp@econ.ku.dk

 



Most recent publications

Inequality in the Developing World. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2021, 352 pages. Editor with C. Gradin and M. Leibbrandt.
‘Changing Male Perceptions of Gender Equality: Evidence from a Randomised Controlled Trial Study’. World Development, vol. 158, 2022. With C. Viet Nguyen.
‘Informality and Firm Performance in Myanmar’. Journal of Development Studies, vol. 58(7), 2022, pp. 1363-82. With H. Berkel.
‘Commodity Price Fluctuations and Child Malnutrition’. World Development, vol. 158, 2022. With T.J. Mekasha, K. Molla and J. Aikaeli.


Most downloaded publications (Source: RePEc)

‘On the Empirics of Foreign Aid and Growth’. The Economic Journal, vol. 114(496), 2004, pp. F191-FF216. With C.-J. Dalgaard and H. Hansen.
‘Aid and Growth Regressions’. Journal of Development Economics, vol. 64(2), 2001, pp. 547-70. With H. Hansen.
‘Business Cycles in Developing Countries: Are They Different?’ World Development, vol. 30(12), 2002, pp. 2071-88. With J. Rand.
‘Financial Liberalization, Financial Development, and Economic Growth in LDCs’. Journal of International Development, vol. 15(2), 2003, pp. 189-208. With T. B. Andersen.

Most cited publications (source: Google Scholar)

‘Aid and Growth Regressions’. Journal of Development Economics, vol. 64(2), 2001, pp. 547-70. With H. Hansen.
‘Aid Effectiveness Disputed’. Journal of International Development, vol. 12(3), 2000, pp. 375-98. With H. Hansen.
‘On the Empirics of Foreign Aid and Growth’. The Economic Journal, vol. 114(496), 2004, pp. F191-FF216. With C.-J. Dalgaard and H. Hansen.
Foreign Aid and Development: Lessons Learnt and Directions for the Future. London and New York: Routledge, 2000, 512 pages. Editor, assisted by P. Hjertholm.