• Deunionization and job polarization – a macroeconomic model analysis for a small open economy 

      Brasch, Thomas von; Gjelsvik, Marit Linnea; Sparrman, Victoria (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-05-07)
      Declining unionization rates and job polarization are two important labor market developments of recent decades. A large body of literature has analyzed these phenomena separately, but little has been done to see whether ...
    • Education-specific labour force and demand in Norway in times of transition 

      Dapi, Bjorn; Gjefsen, Hege Marie; Sparrman, Victoria; Stølen, Nils Martin (Rapporter;2016/31, Report, 2016-11-15)
      This report analyzes the demand for labour in Norway between 2014 and 2035, and whether this demand corresponds to the educational composition of the labour force
    • Framskrivinger av arbeidsstyrken og sysselsettingen etter utdanning mot 2035 

      Dapi, Bjorn; Gjefsen, Hege Marie; Sparrman, Victoria; Stølen, Nils Martin; Cappelen, Ådne (Rapporter;2018/36, Report, 2018-11-06)
      I denne rapporten studerer vi sysselsetting og arbeidsstyrke og hvilke drivkrefter som har betydning for sammensetningen av de to frem i tid. Vi framskriver sysselsetting og arbeidsstyrke i perioden 2016 til 2035 etter fem ...
    • Have inflation targeting and EU labour immigration changed the system of wage formation in Norway 

      Gjelsvik, Maria Linnea; Nymoen, Ragnar; Sparrman, Victoria (Discussion papers;No.824, Working paper, 2015-10)
      Collective agreements have played a central role in the system of wage formation in Norway for more than fifty years. Although the degree of coordination achieved has been variable, pattern wage bargaining has been a ...
    • Labor Market Institutions and Wage Inequality in the OECD countries 

      Rossvoll, Ellen Marie; Sparrman, Victoria (Discussion papers;826, Working paper, 2015-10)
      In this paper we attempt to investigate the effect on income inequality of some recent trends in the labour market, changes in regulations of temporary positions and the surge in immigration in many EU-countries. The ...
    • Labour market institutions, shocks and the employment rate 

      Haraldsen, Kristine Wika; Nymoen, Ragnar; Sparrman, Victoria (Discussion Paper;No. 901, Working paper, 2019-03-29)
      The average employment rate for the OECD countries was close to 63 percent in the period 2000-2015 but there is considerable variation within and between countries. We find that a dynamic model for employment, derived ...
    • Lønnsrelasjoner i KVARTS og MODAG etter hovedrevisjonen av nasjonalregnskapet i 2014 

      Sparrman, Victoria (Notater / Documents;2016/12, Working paper, 2016-05-27)
      Dette notatet dokumenterer lønnsrelasjonene i KVARTS og MODAG slik de forelå våren 2016. Hovedfokuset er å gjøre rede for det økonometriske arbeidet knyttet til atferdssammenhengene som utgjør kjernen av lønnsblokken i ...
    • Robustness of the Norwegian wage formation system and free EU labour movement: Evidence from wage data for natives 

      Dapi, Bjorn; Nymoen, Ragnar; Sparrman, Victoria (Discussion Paper;No. 895, Working paper, 2019-02-05)
      Norway experienced a high immigration flow after the EEA directive in 2004 stating workers right to free movement within the European Union and EEA-countries. There is no clear consensus in the literature on how immigration ...
    • Sammensetningseffekter mellom næringer og veksten i gjennomsnittlig årslønn Teknisk dokumentasjon 

      Brasch, Thomas von; Dapi, Bjorn; Sparrman, Victoria (Notater / Documents;2017/45, Working paper, 2017-12-20)
      Sammensetningseffekter mellom næringer trakk ned veksten i gjennomsnittlig årslønn med 0,3 prosentpoeng i 2016. Dette notatet utleder det analytiske rammeverket for å dekomponere lønnsveksten i lønns- og sammensetningsef ...
    • Wage equations and labour demand by education 

      Sparrman, Victoria; Hammersland, Roger; Haraldsen, Kristine Wika (Rapporter;2015/49, Report, 2015-11-16)
      This report presents new research on the labour market in a special version the macroeconomic model MODAG. New wage relations and demand functions are estimated using new knowledge and the latest available data. This ...