Jon H. Fiva


(18) Fiva, J. H. and H. L. Røhr (2017) 'Climbing the Ranks: Incumbency Effects in Party-list Systems', European Economic Review , forthcoming. [Online Appendix] [Replication Files]

(17) Fiva, J. H., O. Folke and R. J. Sørensen (2017): ’The Power of Parties: Evidence from Close Municipal Elections in Norway’, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, forthcoming. [Online Appendix] [Replication Files]

(16) Fiva, J. H. and D. M. Smith (2017): ’Norwegian Parliamentary Elections, 1906-2013: Representation and Turnout Across Four Electoral Systems’, West European Politics, 40, 1373-1391. [Dataset] [Replication Files]

(15) Fiva, J. H. and D. M. Smith (2017): 'Local Candidates and Voter Mobilization: Evidence from Historical Two-Round Elections in Norway’ Electoral Studies, 45, 130-140. [Online Appendix] [Replication Files]

(14) Cox, G.W., J. H. Fiva and D. M. Smith (2016): 'The Contraction Effect: How Proportional Representation Affects Mobilization and Turnout’ Journal of Politics, 78, 1249-1263. [Online Appendix] [Replication Files]

(13) Fiva, J. H. and A. H. Halse (2016): 'Local Favoritism in At-Large Proportional Representation Systems’ Journal of Public Economics, 143, 15-26. [Online Appendix] [Replication Files]

(12) Fiva, J. H. and O. Folke (2016): ’Mechanical and Psychological Effects of Electoral Reform’, British Journal of Political Science, 46, 265-279. [Online Appendix] [Replication Files]

(11) Cools, S., J. H. Fiva and L. J. Kirkebøen (2015): ’Causal Effects of Paternity Leave on Children and Parents’, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 117, 801-828. [Online Appendix] [SJE prize for best paper of 2015]

(10) Fiva, J. H., T. Hægeland, M. Rønning and A. Syse (2014): ’Access to Treatment and Educational Inequalities in Cancer Survival’, Journal of Health Economics, 36, 98-111.

(9) Andersen, J. J., Fiva, J. H. and G. J. Natvik (2014) ’Voting When the Stakes are High’, Journal of Public Economics, 110, 157–166. [Online Appendix] [Replication Files]

(8) Fiva, J. H. and G. J. Natvik (2013) ’Do Re-election Probabilities Influence Public Investment?’, Public Choice, 157, 305-331.[Replication Files] [Distinguished CESifo Affiliate Award 2009]

(7) Fiva, J. H. and L. J. Kirkebøen (2011): ‘Information Shocks and the Dynamics of the Housing Market’, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 113, 525-552.

(6) Fiva, J. H., T. Hægeland and M. Rønning (2010): ‘Health Status After Cancer: Does It Matter Which Hospital You Belong To?’, BMC Health Services Research, 10: 204.

(5) Fiva, J. H. (2009): ’Does Welfare Policy Affect Residential Choices? An Empirical Investigation Accounting for Policy Endogeneity’, Journal of Public Economics, 93, 529-540.[Replication Files]

(4) Fiva, J. H. and M. Rønning (2008): ’The Incentive Effects of Property Taxation: Evidence from Norwegian School Districts’, Regional Science and Urban Economics, 38, 49-62.[Replication Files]

(3) Fiva, J. H. and J. Rattsø (2007): ’Local Choice of Property Taxation: Evidence from Norway’ Public Choice, 132, 457-470.

(2) Fiva, J. H. (2006): ’New Evidence on the Effect of Fiscal Decentralization on the Size and Composition of Government Spending’, FinanzArchiv: Public Finance Analysis, 62, 250-280. [Data]

(1) Fiva, J. H. and J. Rattsø (2006): ’Welfare Competition in Norway: Norms and Expenditures’, European Journal of Political Economy, 22, 202-222.

Text book

Fiva, J. H., T. Hagen and R. J. Sørensen (2014). ’Kommunal Organisering: Effektivitet, styring og demokrati’, Universitetsforlaget, 7. utgave