Andreas Bergh is associate professor in Economics at Lund university and fellow at the Research Institute of Industrial Economics in Stockholm.

His research concerns the welfare state, institutions, development, globalization, trust and social norms.

He has published in journals such as European Economic Review, World Development, European Sociological Review and Public Choice. He is the author of 'Sweden and the revival of the capitalist welfare state" (Edward Elgar, 2014).

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It's possible that whatever variables caused high settler mortality (climate, disease, hostile locals, etc) also inhibit growth today. Does inclusion of the control variables adequately rule out this threat?

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