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    • Marginal compensated effects in discrete labor supply models 

      Dagsvik, John K.; Strøm, Steinar Øivind; Locatelli, Marilena (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      This paper develops analytic results for marginal compensated effects in discrete labor supply models, including a Slutsky equation. The Slutsky equation is aggregate in the sense that it establishes the relationship between ...
    • Methods library of embedded R functions at Statistics Norway 

      Langsrud, Øyvind (Journal article, 2017)
      Statistics Norway is modernising the production processes. An important element in this work is a library of functions for statistical computations. In principle, the functions in such a methods library can be programmed ...
    • Migration after union dissolution in the United States: The role of non-resident family 

      Spring, Amy; Mulder, Clara H.; Thomas, Michael J.; Cooke, Thomas J. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-02)
      Separation from a spouse or cohabiting partner is associated with a high likelihood of moving, even over long distances. In this paper, we use longitudinal data from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics for the United States ...
    • Modeling R&D spillovers to productivity: The effects of tax credits 

      von Brasch, Thomas Rolf Lydersen Lystad; Cappelen, Ådne; Hungnes, Håvard; Skjerpen, Terje (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      How much stimuli that should be attributed to R&D investments crucially depends on how the benefits of R&D reverberate throughout the economy. An extensive literature has found major spillover effects from R&D investments ...
    • Modelling multilevel data under complex sampling designs: An empirical likelihood approach 

      Oguz-Alper, Melike; Berger, Yves G. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Data used in social, behavioural, health or biological sciences may have a hierarchical structure due to the population of interest or the sampling design. Multilevel or marginal models are often used to analyse such ...
    • Moving (back) to greener pastures? Social benefits and costs of climate forest planting in Norway 

      Iversen, Endre Kildal; Lindhjem, Henrik; Jacobsen, Jette B.; Grimsrud, Kristine (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019-12-27)
      Norway is considering a national afforestation program for greenhouse gas sequestration on recently abandoned semi-natural pastureland. However, the program may have negative impacts on landscape aesthetics and biodiversity. ...
    • NEET Status and Early versus Later Skills among Young Adults: Evidence from linked register-PIAAC data 

      Barth, Erling; Keute, Anna Lene; Schøne, Pål; von Simson, Kristine; Steffensen, Kjartan (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      Do skills protect against exclusion in adult ages, and how important are the skills acquired before the age of 16 years versus those acquired later on? We match the scores on numeracy and literacy skills from the 2011 PIAAC ...
    • Not Just Later, but Fewer: Novel Trends in Cohort Fertility in the Nordic Countries 

      Hellstrand, Julia; Nisén, Jessica; Miranda, Vitor F.O.; Fallesen, Peter; Dommermuth, Lars; Myrskylä, Mikko (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      With historically similar patterns of high and stable cohort fertility and high levels of gender equality, the Nordic countries of Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark, and Iceland are seen as forerunners in demographic behavior. ...
    • On the Effects of Linking Cap‑and‑Trade Systems for CO2 Emissions 

      Holtsmark, Bjart J; Weitzman, Martin L. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-01-23)
      Linkage of national cap-and-trade systems is typically advocated by economists on a general analogy with the beneficial linkage of free-trade areas and on the specific grounds that linkage will ensure cost effectiveness ...
    • Optimal Climate Policy in the Presence of Another Country's Climate Policy 

      Kaushal, Kevin R. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-03-25)
      The allowances in an emission trading system (ETS) are commonly allocated for free to the emission-intensive and trade-exposed sector, e.g., in the form of output-based allocation (OBA). Recently an approach combining OBA ...
    • Parental leave policies and continued childbearing in Iceland, Norway, and Sweden 

      Duvander, Ann-Zofie; Lappegård, Trude; Andersen, Synøve Nygaard; Gardarsdóttir, Ólöf; Neyer, Gerda; Viklund, Ida (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      Demographic theories maintain that family policies that support gender equality may lead to higher fertility levels in postindustrial societies. This phenomenon is often exemplified by the situation in the Nordic countries. ...
    • Parenthood and Couples’ Relative Earnings in Norway 

      Bergsvik, Janna; Kitterød, Ragni Hege; Wiik, Kenneth Aarskaug (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      With the advance of the gender revolution, income dynamics in couples are changing. Nonetheless, in most Western societies, parenthood still promotes specialized gender roles. Utilizing Norwegian register data on all married ...
    • Politikk på politikk – derfor koster klimapolitikken 

      Bye, Brita; Fæhn, Taran; Kaushal, Kevin Raj; Storrøsten, Halvor Briseid; Yonezawa, Hidemichi (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Norge har ambisiøse mål i klimapolitikken for ikke-kvotepliktig sektor. Kuttene kan gjennomføres billigst mulig ved å stille alle utslippskildene overfor samme utslippspris. Imidlertid oppstår en stor del av de samfunnsøkonomiske ...
    • Predicting poverty trends by survey-to-survey imputation: The challenge of comparability 

      Mathiassen, Astrid; Wold, Bjørn K. Getz (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Poverty in low-income countries is usually measured using large and infrequent household consumption surveys. The challenge is to find methods to measure poverty rates more frequently. This study validates a survey-to-survey ...
    • Predicting the path of labor supply responses when state dependence matters. 

      Vattø, Trine Engh; Jia, Zhiyang (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      The standard labor supply model ignores possible inertia originating from individuals’ previous labor supply decisions and assumes immediate adjustments to policy reforms. In this study we develop a model where past labor ...
    • Problematic response margins in the estimation of the elasticity of taxable income 

      Berg, Kristoffer; Thoresen, Thor Olav (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019-10-30)
      The elasticity of taxable income (ETI) holds the promise of representing a summary measure of tax efciency costs, which means that further information about the behavioral components of the ETI is not required for its use ...
    • Productivity Dispersion and Measurement Error 

      von Brasch, Thomas; Iancu, Diana-Cristina; Skjerpen, Terje (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019-11-11)
      Several reasons have been put forward to explain the high dispersion of productivity across establishments: quality of management, different input usage and market distortions, to name but a few. Although it is acknowledged ...
    • Public acceptance and willingness to pay cost-effective taxes on red meat and city traffic in Norway 

      Grimsrud, Kristine; Lindhjem, Henrik; Sem, Ingvild Vestre; Rosendahl, Knut Einar (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      The Norwegian Green Tax Commission proposes inter alia cost-effective taxes on red meat and city traffic to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and local air pollution. Implementation requires public support, but the acceptance ...
    • Public R&D support and firm performance: A multivariate dose-response analysis 

      Nilsen, Øivind Anti; Raknerud, Arvid; Iancu, Diana-Christina (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      We analyse all the major sources of direct and indirect research and development (R&D) support to the business enterprise sector in a single country, Norway, for the period 2002–2013, treating the financial support for R&D ...
    • Ranking intersecting distribution functions 

      Aaberge, Rolf; Havnes, Tarjei; Mogstad, Magne (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Second-degree dominance has become a widely accepted criterion for ordering distribution functions according to social welfare. However, it provides only a partial ordering, and it may fail to rank distributions that ...