Martin Rode
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Regime types and regime change: A new dataset on democracy, coups, and political institutions
C Bj°rnskov, M Rode
The Review of International Organizations, 1-21, 2019
Economic freedom and growth. Which policies matter the most?
M Rode, S Coll
Constitutional Political Economy 23 (2), 95-133, 2012
Does democratization facilitate economic liberalization?
M Rode, JD Gwartney
European Journal of Political Economy 28 (4), 607-619, 2012
Do good institutions make citizens happy, or do happy citizens build better institutions?
M Rode
Journal of Happiness Studies 14 (5), 1479-1505, 2013
The wild bunch! An empirical note on populism and economic institutions
M Rode, J Revuelta
Economics of Governance 16 (1), 73-96, 2015
Individualistic values, institutional trust, and interventionist attitudes
H Pitlik, M Rode
Journal of Institutional Economics 13 (3), 575-598, 2017
Free to choose? Economic freedom, relative income, and life control perceptions
H Pitlik, M Rode
International Journal of Wellbeing 6 (1), 2016
A note on the impact of economic regulation on life satisfaction
B Knoll, H Pitlik, M Rode
Applied Economics Letters 20 (9), 916-920, 2013
Does Fiscal Federalism Deter or Spur Secessionist Movements? Empirical Evidence from Europe
M Rode, H Pitlik, MA Borrella Mas
Publius: The Journal of Federalism 48 (2), 161-190, 2018
Crisis, ideology, and interventionist policy ratchets
C Bj°rnskov, M Rode
Political Studies 67 (4), 815-833, 2019
Are OECD policy recommendations for public sector reform biased against welfare states? Evidence from a new database
A Bergh, M Dackehag, M Rode
European Journal of Political Economy 48, 3-15, 2017
Democratic transitions and institutional change: What's behind the association?
C Bj°rnskov, M Rode
Available at SSRN 2440733, 2014
Economic freedom, democracy, and life satisfaction
M Rode, B Knoll, H Pitlik
Expressive attitudes to compensation: The case of globalization
M Rode, AS de Viteri
European Journal of Political Economy 54, 42-55, 2018
Economic freedom, individual perceptions of life control, and life satisfaction
H Pitlik, DM RedÝn, M Rode
Fraser Institute, 2015
Radical distrust: are economic policy attitudes tempered by social trust?
H Pitlik, M Rode
Social Indicators Research, 1-22, 2020
Economic freedom, money and happiness–why deregulation matters beyond its wealth enhancing effect
B Knoll, H Pitlik, M Rode
CESifo Dice Report 11 (2), 35-42, 2013
Democratic transitions and monetary policy: are democratic central banks different?
C Bj°rnskov, M Rode
Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice, 2020
Love is blind: partisan alignment and political corruption in Spain
M┴ Borrella-Mas, M Rode
SERIEs, 1-29, 2021
The Price of Populism: Financial Market Outcomes of Populist Electoral Success
S St÷ckl, M Rode
Available at SSRN 3728553, 2020
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