Thor Berger
Thor Berger
Post Doc at Department of Economic History, Lund University & Associate Fellow at Oxford University
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Structural transformation in the OECD: Digitalisation, deindustrialisation and the future of work
T Berger, CB Frey
OECD, 2016
1442016
Drivers of disruption? Estimating the Uber effect
T Berger, C Chen, CB Frey
European Economic Review 110, 197-210, 2018
1342018
Locomotives of local growth: The short-and long-term impact of railroads in Sweden
T Berger, K Enflo
Journal of Urban Economics 98, 124-138, 2017
1162017
Industrial renewal in the 21st century: evidence from US cities
T Berger, CB Frey
Regional Studies 51 (3), 404-413, 2017
882017
Did the Computer Revolution shift the fortunes of US cities? Technology shocks and the geography of new jobs
T Berger, CB Frey
Regional Science and Urban Economics 57, 38-45, 2016
77*2016
Digitalisation, jobs and convergence in Europe: Strategies for closing the skills gap
T Berger, B Frey
Oxford Martin School, 2016
452016
Political machinery: did robots swing the 2016 US presidential election?
CB Frey, T Berger, C Chen
Oxford Review of Economic Policy 34 (3), 418-442, 2018
392018
Political machinery: Automation anxiety and the 2016 US presidential election
CB Frey, T Berger, C Chen
University of Oxford, 2017
342017
Uber happy? Work and well-being in the ‘gig economy’
T Berger, CB Frey, G Levin, SR Danda
Economic Policy 34 (99), 429-477, 2019
332019
Hegemonic globalisation: US centrality and global strategy in the emerging world order
T Duong
Routledge, 2017
282017
Bridging the skills gap
T Berger, CB Frey
Technology, globalisation and the future of work in Europe: Essays on …, 2015
212015
Geographical location and urbanisation of the Swedish manufacturing industry, 1900–1960: evidence from a new database
T Berger, K Enflo, M Henning
Scandinavian Economic History Review 60 (3), 290-308, 2012
172012
Drivers of disruption
T Berger, C Chen, CB Frey
Estimating the Uber Effect, 1-11, 2017
162017
Elites and the expansion of education in nineteenth‐century Sweden
J Andersson, T Berger
The Economic History Review 72 (3), 897-924, 2019
112019
Digitalisation, deindustrialisation and the future of work
T Berger, CB Frey
OECD Social, Employment and Migration Working Papers, 2016
92016
Railroads and rural industrialization: Evidence from a historical policy experiment
T Berger
Explorations in Economic History 74, 101277, 2019
82019
American geography of opportunity reveals European origins
T Berger, P Engzell
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (13), 6045-6050, 2019
72019
Places of persistence: Slavery and the geography of intergenerational mobility in the United States
T Berger
Demography 55 (4), 1547-1565, 2018
72018
Cities, industrialization, and job creation: evidence from emerging economies
T Berger, C Chen, CB Frey
línea] https://www. oxfordmartin. ox. ac. uk/downloads/JEG_Manuscript. pdf, 2017
72017
Adopting a new technology: potatoes and population growth in the periphery
T Berger
The Economic History Review 72 (3), 869-896, 2019
62019
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