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Working Papers

2021

  1. Flexible empirical Bayes estimation of local fertility schedules. reducing small area problems and preserving regional variation
    Discussion Papers, Statistics Norway, Research Department Downloads
  2. For whom are cities good places to live?
    Working Paper Series, Department of Economics, Norwegian University of Science and Technology Downloads
    Also in Discussion Papers, Statistics Norway, Research Department (2019) Downloads
    Working Paper Series, Department of Economics, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (2015) Downloads View citations (3)

    See also Journal Article For whom are cities good places to live?, Regional Studies, Taylor & Francis Journals (2022) Downloads (2022)

2020

  1. Assortative labor matching, city size, and the education level of workers
    Working Paper Series, Department of Economics, Norwegian University of Science and Technology Downloads
    See also Journal Article Assortative labor matching, city size, and the education level of workers, Regional Science and Urban Economics, Elsevier (2022) Downloads View citations (1) (2022)

2019

  1. The paradox of the unhappy, growing city: reconciling evidence
    Discussion Papers, Statistics Norway, Research Department Downloads

2018

  1. Who benefited from industrialization? The local effects of hydropower technology adoption
    Discussion Papers, Statistics Norway, Research Department Downloads View citations (2)

2017

  1. Churning in thick labor markets. Evidence of heterogeneous responses along the skill and experience gradients
    Discussion Papers, Statistics Norway, Research Department Downloads

2014

  1. Quality of life and population size: Causal evidence with historical mines
    Working Paper Series, Department of Economics, Norwegian University of Science and Technology Downloads

Journal Articles

2022

  1. Assortative labor matching, city size, and the education level of workers
    Regional Science and Urban Economics, 2022, 96, (C) Downloads View citations (1)
    See also Working Paper Assortative labor matching, city size, and the education level of workers, Working Paper Series (2020) Downloads (2020)
  2. For whom are cities good places to live?
    Regional Studies, 2022, 56, (12), 2177-2190 Downloads
    See also Working Paper For whom are cities good places to live?, Working Paper Series (2021) Downloads (2021)

2021

  1. Mobility and urban quality of life: a comparison of the hedonic pricing and subjective well-being methods
    Regional Studies, 2021, 55, (2), 245-255 Downloads View citations (1)

2020

  1. Who Benefited from Industrialization? The Local Effects of Hydropower Technology Adoption in Norway
    The Journal of Economic History, 2020, 80, (1), 207-245 Downloads View citations (5)

2015

  1. The more the merrier? Evidence on quality of life and population size using historical mines
    Regional Science and Urban Economics, 2015, 54, (C), 1-17 Downloads View citations (6)
 
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