Associate Professor, Harvard Kennedy School
Associate Professor (without tenure) in the Kennedy School at Harvard University and Research Co-Director of the State Program at the International Growth Centre (IGC). He is also a faculty research affiliate at National Bureau of Economic Research, and an International Research Fellow at the Institute for Fiscal Studies. Anders received a PhD in Economics from LSE in 2016, and was a Post-Doctoral Fellow at NBER before joining Harvard Kennedy School. His research interests are in public finance and development.
Recent work by Anders Jensen
Technology improves local tax collection efficiency and the progressivity of the property tax system but can also lead to unintended outcomes
Taxes on consumption help governments in developing countries redistribute thanks to the presence of large informal sectors