Jakob is a ARC Professorial Fellow. Jakob's research interests are in macroeconomics, endogenous and unified economic growth, stock and house price valuation, macrofinance, history of economic growth, and applied econometrics. Previously Jakob has held professorial positions at the University of Copenhagen and Brunel University, London and lecturing positions at the University of Southampton, University of Western Australia, and Flinders University. He has published his research in numerous top-field journals including Journal of Economic Growth, Review of Economics and Statistics, Journal of Monetary Economics, The Economic Journal, Journal of International Economics, Journal of Development Economics, Oxford Economic Papers, Economic Letters, Journal of International Money and Finance, Journal of Economic History, Canadian Journal of Economics, Explorations in Economic History, Economica, and Southern Economic Journal.
|Madsen, J.B., & Timol, I. (forthcoming). Productivity convergence in manufacturing in the very long run and endogenous growth. Review of Economics and Statistics.
Madsen, J.B., & Ang, J.B. (forthcoming). Can second-generation endogenous growth models explain the productivity trends in the Asian miracle economies? Review of Economics and Statistics.
Madsen, J.B., Ang, J.B., & Banerjee, R. (2010). Four centuries of British economic growth: The roles of technology and population. Journal of Economic Growth, 15(4), 263-290.
Madsen, J.B. (2010). The anatomy of growth in the OECD since 1870. Journal of Monetary Economics, 57(6), 753-767.
Madsen, J.B., Saxena, S., & Ang, J.B. (2010). The Indian growth miracle and endogenous growth. Journal of Development Economics, 93(1), 37-48.
Harvey, D.I., Kellard, N.M., Madsen, J.B., & Wohar, M.E. (2010). The Prebisch-Singer hypothesis: Four centuries of evidence. Review of Economics and Statistics, 92(2), 367-377.
Madsen, J.B. (2008). Semi-endogenous versus Schumpeterian Growth Models: testing the knowledge production function using international data. Journal of Economic Growth, 13(1), 1-26.
Madsen, J.B. (2008). Economic growth, TFP convergence and the world export of ideas: A century of evidence. Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 110(1), 145-167.
Madsen, J.B. (2007). Technology spillover through trade and TFP convergence: 135 years of evidence for the OECD countries. Journal of International Economics, 72(2), 464-480.
Madsen, J.B., & Davis, E.P. (2006). Equity prices, productivity growth and the new economy. The Economic Journal, 116(513), 791-811.