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Discussion papers

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Redaksjonsmedlemmer: Kjetil TelleBjart Holtsmark, Erling Holmøy, Terje Skjerpen, Kenneth Wiik, Aud Walseth (sekretær)

  • The effect of childhood family size on fertility in adulthood

    Discussion Papers no. 802

    Rannveig Kaldager Hart og Sara Lena Yri Cools

    Publisert:

    While fertility is positively correlated across generations, the causal effect of children's experience with larger sibships on their own fertility in adulthood is poorly understood.

  • Can a cash transfer to families change fertility behaviour?

    Discussion Papers no. 800

    Synøve N. Andersen, Nina Drange og Trude Lappegård

    Publisert:

    This paper assesses the relationship between cash transfers to families and subsequent childbearing.

  • The innovative input mix

    Discussion Papers no. 801

    Marina Rybalka

    Publisert:

    Business innovation is an important driver of productivity growth.

  • Intergenerational mobility in Norway, 1865-2011

    Discussion Papers no. 798

    Jørgen Modalsli

    Publisert:

    This paper constructs a data set of 835,537 linked father-son pairs from census records and documents a substantial increase in intergenerational occupational mobility in Norway between 1865 and 2011

  • Promoting integration of immigrants

    Discussion Papers no. 799

    Nina Drange og Kjetil Telle

    Publisert:

    Proficiency in the language spoken by the majority population may be crucial for the cognitive development of children from immigrant families.

  • Micro-level dynamics of social assistance receipt

    Discussion Papers no. 797

    Sebastian Königs

    Publisert:

    This paper presents a study of the monthly dynamics of social assistance benefit receipt in four European countries: Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden.

  • The Norwegian productivity puzzle – not so puzzling after all?

    Discussion Papers no. 796

    Thomas von Brasch

    Publisert:

    The Norwegian productivity puzzle is rooted in three seemingly contradictory “facts”:

  • Identifying the sector bias of technical change

    Discussion Papers no. 795

    Thomas von Brasch

    Publisert:

    The empirical literature studying the sector bias of technical change has only focused on skill-biased technical change.

  • Field of study, earnings and self-selection

    Discussion Papers no. 794

    Lars J. Kirkebøen, Edwin Leuven og Magne Mogstad

    Publisert:

    Why do individuals choose different types of post-secondary education, and what are the labor market consequences of those choices? We show that answering these questions is difficult because individuals choose between several unordered alternatives.

  • Political uncertainty and household savings

    Discussion Papers no. 793

    Rolf Aaberge, Kai Liu og Yu Zhu

    Publisert:

    This paper examines different approaches to the measurement of multidimensional inequality and poverty.

  • Multidimensional poverty and inequality

    Discussion Papers no. 792

    Rolf Aaberge og Andrea Brandolino

    Publisert:

    This paper examines different approaches to the measurement of multidimensional inequality and poverty.

  • Desistance from crime

    Discussion Papers no. 791

    Torbjørn Skardhamar og Kjersti Nordgård Aase

    Publisert:

    Previous studies have argued that marriage, parenthood and employment are important factors that lead to desistance from crime.

  • Why are there so few female entrepreneurs?

    Discussion Papers no. 790

    Arvid Raknerud og Marit Rønsen

    Publisert:

    Women make up almost 50 percent of the employed population in Norway, but only about 25 percent of the entrepreneurs.

  • The entrepreneurial earnings puzzle

    Discussion Papers no. 789

    Arvid Raknerud og Mirjam van Praag

    Publisert:

    Empirical studies show that the pecuniary returns to an individual's decision to switch from wage employment to entrepreneurship are low.

  • The impacts of alternative policy instruments on environmental performance

    Discussion Papers no. 788

    Brita Bye og Marit E. Klemetsen

    Publisert:

    We study the effects of various environmental regulations on environmental performance measured as emission intensity.

  • The relationship between earnings and first birth probability among Norwegian men and women 1994-2008

    Discussion Papers no. 787

    Rannveig Vittersø Kaldager

    Publisert:

    I analyse whether the correlation between yearly earnings and the first birth probabilities changed in the period 1994-2009 in Norway, applying discrete-time hazard regressions to highly accurate data from population registers.

  • Labor supply as a discrete choice among latent jobs

    Discussion Papers no. 786

    Zhiyang Jia og John K. Dagsvik

    Publisert:

    This paper discusses aspects of a framework for modeling labor supply where the notion of job choice is fundamental. In this framework, workers are assumed to have preferences over latent job opportunities belonging to worker-specific choice sets from which they choose their preferred job.

  • The fiscal incentive of GHG cap and trade

    Discussion Papers no. 785

    Jørgen Juel Andersen og Mads Greaker

    Publisert:

    The theoretical justification for a greenhouse gas (GHG) cap and trade system is that participants will trade emission permits until their marginal costs of abatement equal the equilibrium price of emission permits.

  • Women’s wages and fertility revisited

    Discussion Papers no. 784

    Tom Kornstad og Marit Rønsen

    Publisert:

    Since the 1960s, Beckers’ New Home Economics has provided a central theoretical framework for studies of fertility behaviour. New Home Economics predict a negative effect of female wages on fertility.

  • Output-based rebating of carbon taxes in the neighbor’s backyard

    Discussion Papers no. 783

    Christoph Böhringer, Brita Bye, Taran Fæhn og Knut Einar Rosendahl

    Publisert:

    We investigate how carbon taxes combined with output-based rebating (OBR) in an open economy perform in interaction with the carbon policies of a large neighboring trading partner.

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