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Workplace:Institutt for Samfunnsforskning (ISF) (Institute for Social Research), (more information at EDIRC)

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Working Papers

2020

  1. Can Placement of Governmental Sector Jobs Spur Private Sector Employment and Performance?
    IZA Discussion Papers, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) Downloads
  2. How Robots Change Within-Firm Wage Inequality
    IZA Discussion Papers, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) Downloads View citations (2)

2019

  1. International Labor Market Competition and Spousal Labor Supply Responses
    IZA Discussion Papers, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) Downloads

2018

  1. Labour Immigration and Union Strength
    IZA Discussion Papers, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) Downloads View citations (1)
  2. Local Labour Market Conditions on Immigrants' Arrival and Children's School Performance
    IZA Discussion Papers, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) Downloads

2017

  1. Girls Helping Girls: The Impact of Female Peers on Grades and Educational Choices
    IZA Discussion Papers, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) Downloads

2010

  1. Immigration Wage Impacts by Origin
    CReAM Discussion Paper Series, Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration (CReAM), Department of Economics, University College London Downloads View citations (2)
    Also in Norface Discussion Paper Series, Norface Research Programme on Migration, Department of Economics, University College London (2010) Downloads View citations (2)

2006

  1. Are New Work Practices and New Technologies Biased against Immigrant Workers?
    IZA Discussion Papers, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) Downloads View citations (1)
    See also Journal Article in International Journal of Manpower (2013)

Journal Articles

2020

  1. Peer gender and educational choices
    Empirical Economics, 2020, 59, (4), 1763-1797 Downloads

2017

  1. Children and the gender gap in management
    Labour Economics, 2017, 47, (C), 124-137 Downloads View citations (3)
  2. Labor Market Competition with Immigrants and Political Polarization
    Quarterly Journal of Political Science, 2017, 12, (3), 347-373 Downloads View citations (1)
  3. School enrolment and mothers’ labor supply: evidence from a regression discontinuity approach
    Review of Economics of the Household, 2017, 15, (2), 621-638 Downloads View citations (7)

2016

  1. Impact of Immigration on Inhabitants' Educational Investments
    Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 2016, 118, (3), 433-462 Downloads View citations (1)

2015

  1. Displacement and Immigrant Workers' Responsiveness to Regional Labour Market Opportunities: Evidence from Norway
    Regional Studies, 2015, 49, (6), 1056-1073 Downloads
  2. Enticing even higher female labor supply: the impact of cheaper day care
    Review of Economics of the Household, 2015, 13, (4), 815-836 Downloads View citations (12)
  3. Imitation, Contagion, or Exertion? Using a Tax Reform to Reveal How Colleagues' Sick Leaves Influence Worker Behaviour
    Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 2015, 117, (1), 57-83 Downloads View citations (1)

2014

  1. Displacement and household adaptation: insured by the spouse or the state?
    Journal of Population Economics, 2014, 27, (3), 683-703 Downloads View citations (25)
  2. Does the impact of plant closure on labour market attachment differ between immigrants and native workers across the business cycle?
    Empirical Economics, 2014, 46, (1), 229-252 Downloads View citations (4)
  3. Immigration Wage Effects by Origin
    Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 2014, 116, (2), 356-393 Downloads View citations (17)
  4. Returns to pre-immigration education for non-western immigrants: why so low?
    Education Economics, 2014, 22, (1), 48-72 Downloads View citations (5)

2013

  1. Are new work practices and new technologies biased against immigrant workers?
    International Journal of Manpower, 2013, 34, (8), 995-1014 Downloads
    See also Working Paper (2006)
  2. Diversity among Norwegian Boards of Directors: Does a Quota for Women Improve Firm Performance?
    Feminist Economics, 2013, 19, (4), 110-135 Downloads View citations (11)
  3. Does the Clustering of Immigrant Peers Affect the School Performance of Natives?
    Journal of Human Capital, 2013, 7, (1), 1 - 25 Downloads View citations (5)
  4. No Youth Left behind? The Long-Term Impact of Displacement on Young Workers
    Kyklos, 2013, 66, (3), 342-364 Downloads

2012

  1. Does immigration increase labour market flexibility?
    Labour Economics, 2012, 19, (4), 527-540 Downloads View citations (3)

2010

  1. Incentives to work? The impact of a 'Cash-for-Care' benefit for immigrant and native mothers labour market participation
    Labour Economics, 2010, 17, (6), 963-974 Downloads View citations (9)

2009

  1. New technologies, new work practices and the age structure of the workers
    Journal of Population Economics, 2009, 22, (3), 803-826 Downloads View citations (6)

2008

  1. The family gap and family friendly policies: the case of Norway
    Applied Economics, 2008, 40, (22), 2857-2871 Downloads View citations (4)

2007

  1. Does increased international competition increase the need for training?
    Applied Economics Letters, 2007, 14, (2), 151-155 Downloads

2006

  1. The Part‐Time Wage Gap in Norway: How Large is It Really?
    British Journal of Industrial Relations, 2006, 44, (2), 263-282 Downloads View citations (27)

2005

  1. The Effect of a Family Policy Reform on Mother’s Pay: A Natural Experiment Approach
    Review of Economics of the Household, 2005, 3, (2), 145-170 Downloads

2004

  1. Firm-financed training: Firm-specific or general skills?
    Empirical Economics, 2004, 29, (4), 885-900 Downloads View citations (4)
  2. Labour supply effects of a cash-for-care subsidy
    Journal of Population Economics, 2004, 17, (4), 703-727 Downloads View citations (23)
  3. Why is the Return to Training So High?
    LABOUR, 2004, 18, (3), 363-378 Downloads View citations (6)
 
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