Publications & CV

CV and Academic Profile

                         
(General CV  2016-11-08)                                               (Academic Profile  2017-10-29)

Academic Papers

Financial Crises: The Revisionist Case of 1847 (Forthcoming)
Published by British Undergraduate History Review, vol. 2 (Sept 11, 2017)

A Crisis in Perspective: The Currency Debate and Uncertainty (Forthcoming)
Published by Groundings, vol. 10 (April 5, 2017)

Promoting the Wealth of Nations Before Adam Smith (Apr 22, 2017)
Presented at the Austrian Economics Meeting 2017 in Krakow, Poland.

Assessing Relative Economic Decline: Crafts vs Temin (Mar 23, 2017)
Submitted as coursework for ESH4075 at the University of Glasgow.
Graded: A1

Trust and Panics: The British Banking Crises of 1847 and 1857 (Nov 4, 2016)
Submitted as (ungraded) coursework for ESH4002P at the University of Glasgow.

Inequality and Income Redistribution (Oct 28, 2016)
Submitted as coursework for ECON4015 at the University of Glasgow.
Graded: A3

Are Australian Pensions Super? (May 30, 2016)
Submitted as coursework for ECOP3019 at the University of Sydney.
Graded: 90%

Is Money a Creature of the State or the Market? (April 18, 2016)
Submitted as coursework for ECOP3019 at the University of Sydney.
Graded: 85%

Measuring Mises: On the Empirical Findings of the Austrian Business Cycle Theory (October 19, 2015)
Submitted as coursework for ECOP3601 at the University of Sydney.
Graded: 92%

The Significance of Keynes' General Theory (October 12, 2015)
Submitted as coursework for ECOS3004 at the University of Sydney.
Graded: 85%

Chasing the Chicken and Finding the Egg: On Kalecki's Business Cycle Model (August 29, 2015)
Submitted as coursework for ECOP3601 at the University of Sydney.
Graded: 84%

An Extended Apologia of a Rawlsian Kind (August 28, 2015)
Submitted to University of Sydney Wentworth Medal 2015.

The Socialist Calculation Debate Moving Forward: What Happened After 'The Use of Knowledge in Society'? (April 8, 2015);
Presented at the Austrian Economics Meeting Europe 2015 Conference in Vienna, Austria.
Published by the Austrian Economics Center:
"Jönsson’s essay is not only interesting to those having historical concerns, but also to those who see future criticism of Austrian positions looming on the horizon. A very stimulating essay." - Dr. Hardy Bouillon
Oral History Project (March 20, 2015),
Submitted as coursework for ESH2002 at the University of Glasgow.
Graded: A3

To What Extent did the Shared Costs and Benefits of the Classic Welfare State (1945-1975) Promote a more Egalitarian Society? (March 6, 2015),
Submitted as coursework for ESH2002 at the University of Glasgow.
Graded: A2

Explaining Declining Mortality Rates: The McKeown Thesis (Dec 5, 2014),
Submitted as coursework for ESH2001 at the University of Glasgow.
Graded: A1
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    Blog Posts


    Valle del Uco and the Walk of Shame: a reflecting piece about alcohol industry I wrote for the IOGT International Blog (2013).

    Buenos Aires - Alcohol Around the Clock: a descriptive blog post for IOGT International Blog (2013).

    En Vecka i Alabama: a reflective blog post I wrote for Swedish blog Tebjudningen.se after having visited Mises University (2014).

    Lagförslagen Underminerar Rättsväsendet: a news article I wrote for Latinamerika.nu, a Swedish news agency focusing on news from Latin America (2013).

    The Story of How I Embraced Feminism - and Why I Want to Reject it: precisely what it says (2013), the way-too-long story of my progression in thinking about feminism. Beautiful or horrible, this is it.

    Miscellaneous

    Notes for Talk on Sweden's Progressive Myths @ Club Redfern, Sydney (September 20, 2015).

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