Methods and documentation for Labour market and earnings

Articles, analysis, and publications

2022

  1. Break estimation in the Norwegian LFS due to the 2021 redesign. Documentation of the methods and some results Article 27 January

    In 2021 The Norwegian Labour force survey (LFS) went through a substantial redesign in accordance with the new regulation for integrated European social statistics (IESS). To ensure coherent labour market time series for the main indicators, the redesign's impact is modelled to make back-calculated estimates adjusted for possible breaks due to the 2021 LFS-redesign.

2021

  1. Selection in Surveys Article 9 December

    We evaluate how nonresponse affects conclusions drawn from survey data and consider how researchers can reliably test and correct for nonresponse bias.

  2. Internal labor markets: A worker flow approach Article 26 August

    This paper develops a new method to study how workers’ career and wage profiles are shaped by internal labor markets (ILM) and job hierarchies in firms.

  3. Welfare effects of tax policy change when there are choice restrictions on labour supply Article 12 August

    Information about individual choices of heterogeneous agents. Results can for example be used to describe the distributional effects of tax policy change, such as the effects on changes in money metric utility – distributions of equivalent and compensating variation (EV or CV).