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Jens Bonke
Senior Researcher
MA in Political Science, PhD

Employed at the Research Unit since 2007

RESEARCH AREAS

Income distribution, time and consumption, patterns of consumption, the economics of the family, and children’s wellbeing.

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Jens Bonke and Niels Ploug: Life satisfaction and mental health in childhood and adulthood in Denmark. Journal of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing. 2017-forthcoming.

Jens Bonke and Anders Eiler Weise Christensen: Minimum budget for consumption expenditures – what is the minimum to live for? (in Danish). Rockwool Foundation Research Unit/University Press of Southern Denmark. 2017.

Jens Bonke: The Family – a rational choice. Aarhus University press. 2016

Jens Bonke: Tax-reforms, normal and actual working hours and welfare in the beginning of the 20th’s. Danmark. electronic International Journal of Time Use Research. 2016, Vol. 13, No. 1, 90-107

Jens Bonke: Tiden, vi spiser. The University Press of Southern Denmark and the Rockwool Foundation Research Unit. 2016.

Jens Bonke: Arbejdstid og familien – Arbejdstidsønsker/arbejdstid og skat/børn og skilsmisse/pensionering og samvær. The University Press of Southern Denmark and the Rockwool Foundation Research Unit. 2016.

Jens Bonke and Marie Louise Schultz-Nielsen: Integration of ethnic minorities – do they divorce as natives do? The Rockwool Foundation Research Unit, Study Paper no. 109. 2016.

Jens Bonke: Velstand og velfærd – hvor rige og tilfredse er danskerne? The Rockwool Foundation Research Unit and Statistics Denmark. 2015.

Jens Bonke: Karrierekvinder og -mænd. The Rockwool Foundation Research Unit, Study Paper no. 35. 2015.

Jens Bonke and Marie Louise Schultz-Nielsen: Do preferences impact behavior and wellbeing? The Rockwool Foundation Research Unit, Study Paper no. 80. 2014.

Jens Bonke: Er fritiden forsvundet? 45 års udvikling i danskernes fritid. The Rockwool Foundation Research Unit and the University Press of Southern Denmark. 2014.

Jens Bonke: Pooling of income and sharing of consumption within households. Review of the Economics of the Household. 2013. DOI 10.1007/s11150-013-9184-y.

Jens Bonke: Couple Specialization in Multiple Equilibria (with Gösta Esping-Andersen, Diederik Boertine and Pablo Gracia) European Sociological Review. 2013. DOI:10.1093/esr/jct004.

Jens Bonke and Bent Jensen: Gender equity: Just around the Corner in Scandinavia – the development in paid and unpaid work over four decades. Electronic Journal of Time Use Research 2012, Vol. 9, No. 1, 108-119.

Jens Bonke & Marie Louise Schultz-Nielsen: Integration blandt ikke-vestlige indvandrere – Arbejde, familie, netværk og forbrug. The Rockwool Foundation Research Unit and the University Press of Southern Denmark. 2013.

Jens Bonke: Do Danish children and young people receive pocket money? The Rockwool Foundation Research Unit, Study Paper no. 57. 2013.

Jens Bonke: Pooling of income and sharing of consumption within households. Review of the Economics of the Household. 2013. DOI 10.1007/s11150-013-9184-y.

Jens Bonke & Bent Jensen: Paid and unpaid work in Denmark – Towards gender equity. Electronic International Journal of Time Use Research. 2012, Vol. 9, No. 1, 108-119.

Jens Bonke & Jane Greve: Children’s health-related life-styles – how parental childcare affects them. Review of the Economics of the Household. DOI 10.1007/811150-012-9157-6. 2012.

Jens Bonke, Gösta Esping-Andersen, Diederik Boertine and Pablo Gracia: Couple Specialization in Multiple Equilibria. European Sociological Review 2013. DOI:10.1093/esr/jct004.

Jens Bonke, with a contribution by Bent Jensen: Har vi tid til velfærd? Om danskernes brug af deres tid ude og hjemme. Gyldendal. 2012.

Jens Bonke: The impact of changes in life-stage on time allocations in Denmark: A panel study 2001-2009. The University Press of Southern Denmark. 2012.

Jens Bonke & Bent Jensen: Hvad har vi gjort med tiden? En forskningsoversigt over tidsanvendelsesstudier før og nu. The University Press of Southern Denmark. 2012.

Jens Bonke: Do morning-type people earn more than evening-type people? – how chronotypes influence income. Annales d’Economie et Statistique / Annals of Economics and Statistics. 105/106, January/June, 2012.

Jens Bonke & Martin Browning: Spending on Children – Direct Survey Evidence. Festschrift für Angus Deaton. Special volume of Economic Journal 2011, vol. 121, Issue 554, pp F123-F143.

Jens Bonke: Søvn – ægteskab, indkomst og helbred. Gyldendal. 2011.

Jens Bonke & Jane Greve: Helbred, trivsel og overvægt blandt danskere. Gyldendal. 2010.

Jens Bonke: Children’s housework: Are girls more active than boys? Electronic Journal of Time Use Research 2010. Vol. 7, No. 1.

Jens Bonke: Child well-being during a period with welfare reform – did children in poor families gain? The Danish Journal of Economy 2009, 147/2, pp. 195-215.

Jens Bonke, Martin D. Munk & Azhar Hussain: Intergenerational earnings mobilities – how sensitive are they to income measures? Journal of Income Distribution. 2009. Vol. 18 (3-4).

Jens Bonke & Gösta Esping-Andersen: Family Investments in Children – Productivities, Preferences and Parental Child Care. European Sociological Review. 2009.

Jens Bonke & Peter Fallesen: The impact of incentives and interview methods on response quantity and quality in diary- and booklet-based surveys. 2009.

Jens Bonke, Thomas Crossley & Lori Curtis: How much does good data matter? The case of resources available to children. 2009.

Jens Bonke: Forældres brug af tid og penge på deres børn. The University Press of Southern Denmark. 2009.

Jens Bonke & Martin Browning: The distribution of financial well-being and income within the household. Review of the Economics of the Household. 2009.

Jens Bonke & Martin Browning: Allocation of expenditures within the household: A new Danish survey. Fiscal Studies. 2009.