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  • Spillover bias in multigenerational income regressions 

    Modalsli, Jørgen; Vosters, Kelly (Discussion Paper;No. 897, Working paper, 2019-02-08)
  • Collusive tax evasion by employers and employees. Evidence from a randomized field experiment in Norway 

    Bjørneby, Marie; Alstadsæter, Annette; Telle, Kjetil (Discussion Paper;No. 891, Working paper, 2018-12-27)
    Third-party reporting and employers’ tax withholding are powerful compliance mechanisms, as long as the employer and employee do not collude to evade. Using data from randomly assigned on-site audits among 2,462 Norwegian ...
  • Challenges in predicting poverty trends using survey to survey imputation. Experiences from Malawi 

    Mathiassen, Astrid; Wold, Bjørn K. (Discussion Paper;No. 900, Working paper, 2019-03-23)
    Poverty in low-income countries is usually measured with large and infrequent household surveys. A challenge is to find methods to measure poverty more frequently. The objective of this study is to test a method for ...
  • Regional variation in healthcare utilization and mortality 

    Godøy, Anna; Huitfeldt, Ingrid (Discussion Paper;No. 890, Working paper, 2018-12-12)
    Geographic variation in healthcare utilization has raised concerns of possible inefficiencies in healthcare supply, as differences are often not reflected in health outcomes. Using comprehensive Norwegian microdata, we ...
  • High school dropout for marginal students: Evidence from randomized exam form 

    Andresen, Martin Eckhoff; Løkken, Sturla A. (Discussion Paper;No. 894, Working paper, 2019-03-06)
    We exploit the assignment of exam form in a high-stakes Norwegian high school exam to estimate the impact of exam form on exam results, later school performance, graduation and longer run outcomes. Results indicate that ...
  • Effects of higher required rates of return on the tax take in an oil province 

    Lindholt, Lars (Discussion Paper;No. 892, Working paper, 2019-01-04)
    For different reasons the oil companies might apply higher required rates of return than they did some years ago, and this will have consequences for investments and tax revenue in oil provinces. By applying various ...
  • 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 ...
  • Is the marginal cost of public funds equal to one? 

    Holtsmark, Bjart (Discussion Paper;No. 893, Working paper, 2019-01-08)
    In a recent article Bas Jacobs found that the marginal cost of public funds (MCF) is one when taxation gives second best resource allocation. This conclusion is based on a claim that there are certain shortcomings with ...
  • What Causes the Child Penalty? Evidence from Same Sex Couples and Policy Reforms 

    Andresen, Martin Eckhoff; Nix, Emily (Discussion Paper;No. 902, Working paper, 2019-03-29)
    Women experience significant reductions in labor market income following the birth of children, while their male partners experience no such income drops. This “relative child penalty” has been well documented and accounts ...
  • Effects of extended paternity leave on union stability and fertility 

    Hart, Rannveig K.; Andersen, Synøve N.; Drange, Nina (Discussion Paper;No. 899, Working paper, 2019-03-14)
    Long paternity leaves have the potential for lasting effects on parental unions, potentially reducing specialization and increasing union stability and fertility. We put these hypotheses to a causal test, using an ...
  • 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 ...
  • Linking neighbors’ fertility. Third births in Norwegian neighborhoods 

    Bergsvik, Janna (Discussion Paper;No. 898, Working paper, 2019-03-12)
    The aim of this paper is to gain more insight on the drivers behind geographical variations in family sizes by pointing out the role of neighborhoods and neighbors for two-child couples’ transitions to third births. Couples’ ...
  • Buy to let: Investment buyers in a housing search model 

    Bø, Erlend Eide (Discussion Paper;No. 896, Working paper, 2019-02-07)
    This paper explores and explains how buy-to-let investors affect housing price dynamics In this paper, I explore and explain how buy-to-let investors affect housing price dynamics. The impact of buy-to-let investors on ...
  • Direct and indirect effects of reducing so 2 emissions: experimental calculations on the msg 4e model 

    Alfsen, Knut H.; Hanson, Donald A.; Glomsrød, Solveig (Discussion Paper;No. 20, Working paper, 1986-12-15)
    Preliminery estimates of impacts of regulating SO emissions from manufacturing sectors are made. Only emissions pertaining 2 to fuel use are included in the regulation. Direct and indirect effects are considered and it ...
  • A generalized single equation error correction model and its application to quarterly data 

    Biørn, Erik; Olsen, Hilde (Discussion Paper;No. 19, Working paper, 1986-12-01)
    In this paper, we specify a class of single equation 'error correction' models on the basis of a general autoregressive-distributed lag regression equation with one regressor and a white noise disturbance. This relationship ...
  • A dynamic supply side game applied to the european gas market 

    Brekke, Kjell Arne; Gjelsvik, Eystein; Vatne, Bjørn Helge (Discussion Paper;No. 22, Working paper, 1987-07-16)
    This paper discusses optimal investment plans for large gas exporters to Western Europe. We discuss market power on the supply side, while assuming price taker behaviour on the demand side. A static game approach is ...
  • Depletion of large gas fields with thin oil layers and uncertain stocks 

    Aaheim, Asbjørn (Discussion Paper;No. 27, Working paper, 1987-12-09)
    The optimal depletion policy for a combined oil and gas field is studied under the assumption that if oil is to be extractéd, it has to be depleted before production of gas can start. In particular, focus is put on ...
  • Taxing or subsidising an exporting industry? 

    Klette, Tor Jakob (Discussion Paper;No. 25, Working paper, 1987-10-16)
    This paper analyses whether a welfare maximizing government should tax or subsidize the home firms in an industry characterized by. oligopolistic competition and differentiated products. The home firms are assumed to ...
  • Fiscal effects of the Norwegian pension reform – A micro-macro assessment 

    Fredriksen, Dennis; Holmøy, Erling; Strøm, Birger; Stølen, Nils Martin (Discussion Papers;No. 821 (2015), Working paper, 2015)
    The main goal of the Norwegian pension reform of 2011 is to improve long run fiscal sustainability, not least through stronger labour supply incentives. We assess to what extent the reform is likely to live up to these ...
  • The engine of fertility influencedby interbirth employment? 

    Jensen, An Magritt; Schweder, Tore (Discussion Papers;No. 15, Working paper, 1986-06-15)
    The decline in fertility is often related to the increased labor force participation among married women. This article discusses the relationship between fertility and employment by using a dynamic methodology of life-course ...

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