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  • The double dividend in the presence of abatement technologies and local external effects 

    Bjertnæs, Geir H.; Tsygankova, Marina; Martinsen, Thomas (Discussion Papers;No. 691, Working paper, 2012)
    Denne studien analyserer om det eksisterer en netto velferdsgevinst forbundet med å øke en uniform skatt på utslipp av klimagasser i kun den Norske økonomien utover en internasjonal kvotepris. Studien påviser et moderat ...
  • Sick leave before, during and after pregnancy 

    Telle, Kjetil; Rieck, Karsten Marshall Elseth (Discussion Papers;No. 690, Working paper, 2012)
    Med data for alle sysselsatte kvinner som fikk sitt første barn i perioden 1995-2008 studerer vi sykefraværsmønstre før, under og etter graviditeten. Ved å følge de samme kvinnen over tid kan vi undersøke hvordan det ...
  • The path of labor supply adjustment: Sources of lagged responses to tax-benefit reforms 

    Jia, Zhiyang; Vattø, Trine E. (Discussion Papers;No. 854, Working paper, 2016)
    Det følger av resultatene fra arbeidstilbudsmodellen LOTTE-Arbeid i SSB at aktørene antas å endre tilpasning på arbeidsmarkedet umiddelbart etter skatteendringen. Det er en forenkling, og vi har derfor ønsket å se nærmere ...
  • Do higher wages reflect higher productivity? : education, gender and experience premiums in a matched plant-worker data set 

    Hægeland, Torbjørn; Klette, Tor Jakob (Discussion Papers;No. 208, Working paper, 1997)
    Do wage differences between workers with high and low levels of education, between males and females and between workers with different levels of experience reflect differences in productivity? We address this set of ...
  • Behavioral multistate duration models : what should they look like? 

    Dagsvik, John K. (Discussion Papers;No. 688, Working paper, 2012)
    Abstract: This paper discusses how specification of probabilistic models for multistate duration data generated by individual choices should be justified on a priori theoretical grounds. Preferences are assumed represented ...
  • The division of housework : does regional context matter? 

    Lappegård, Trude; Kjeldstad, Randi; Skarðhamar, Torbjørn (Discussion papers (Statistisk sentralbyrå. Forskningsavdelingen);No. 689, Working paper, 2012)
    Sammendrag Denne studien ser på sammenhengen mellom deling av husarbeid og local kjønnslikestillingskontekst. Vi bruker data fra den norske Generations and Gender survey 2007 i kombinasjon med med ulike makromål på ...
  • Post-stratification and calibration : a synthesis 

    Zhang, Li-Chun (Discussion Papers;No. 216, Working paper, 1998)
    The paper offers a synthesis of several widely used estimation methods in survey sampling from a rather personal point of view. The methods which will be discussed include post-stratification estimation, generalized ...
  • Consumer demand with unobservable product attributes : part I: theory 

    Dagsvik, John K. (Discussion Papers;No. 166, Working paper, 1996)
    This paper develops a new framework for empirical modelling of consumer demand with particular reference to products that are differentiated with respect to quality and location attributes. The point of departure is ...
  • Synthetic graphical modelling of binary panel data subject to non-response : a case study 

    Zhang, Li-Chun (Discussion Papers;No. 220, Working paper, 1998)
    The present paper applies synthetic graphical modelling to the binary panel data of the Muscatine Coronary Risk Factor Study, where the observations are subject to non-response. The methodology combines the techniques ...
  • Immigration to Norway 1969-2010 : effects of policies and EEA membership 

    Cappelen, Ådne; Skjerpen, Terje (Discussion papers;No. 687, Working paper, 2012)
    We examine how changes to regulations and the economic conditions have influenced gross immigration to Norway from, in principle, all countries in the world during 1969– 2010. In line with existing studies of immigration ...
  • How do gender values and household practices cohere? Value-practice configurations in a gender egalitarian context 

    Kjeldstad, Randi; Lappegård, Trude (Discussion papers (Statistisk sentralbyrå. Forskningsavdelingen);No. 683, Working paper, 2012)
    Previous research shows a paradoxical simultaneity of egalitarian gender values and inegalitarian practices in Europe. The Socio-democratic welfare states stand out with the most coherent egalitarian value-practice ...
  • Official forecasts and management of oil windfalls 

    Harding, Torfinn; Ploeg, Frederick van der (Discussion papers (Statistisk sentralbyrå. Forskningsavdelingen);No. 676, Working paper, 2012)
    Official forecasts for oil revenues and the burden of pensioners are used to estimate forward-looking fiscal policy rules for Norway and compared with permanent-income and bird-in-hand rules. The results suggest that ...
  • How financial incentives induce disability insurance recipients to return to work 

    Kostøl, Andreas Ravndal; Mogstad, Magne (Discussion papers (Statistisk sentralbyrå. Forskningsavdelingen);No. 685, Working paper, 2012)
    Disability Insurance (DI) programs have long been criticized by economists for apparent work disincentives. Some countries have recently modified their programs such that DI recipients are allowed to keep some of their ...
  • The effect of working conditions on teachers’sickness absence 

    Rønning, Marte (Discussion papers (Statistisk sentralbyrå. Forskningsavdelingen);No. 684, Working paper, 2012)
    This paper investigates the effect of working conditions on the amount of teachers’sickness absence in Norway. Exploiting intertemporal variation within teachers who have not changed schools, the findings indicate that ...
  • Promotion rat race and public policy 

    Bjertnæs, Geir Haakon (Discussion papers (Statistisk sentralbyrå. Forskningsavdelingen);No. 686, Working paper, 2012)
    This study investigates whether excess effort to climb a career ladder justifies policy interventions. The answer depends on whether the government is able to levy a higher tax burden on career workers than on non-career ...
  • A counting approach for measuring multidimensional deprivation 

    Aaberge, Rolf; Peluso, Eugenio (Discussion papers (Statistisk sentralbyrå. Forskningsavdelingen);No. 700, Working paper, 2012)
    This paper is concerned with the problem of ranking and quantifying the extent of deprivation exhibited by multidimensional distributions, where the multiple attributes in which an individual can be deprived are represented ...
  • Effective rates of assistance for Norwegian industries 

    Holmøy, Erling; Hægeland, Torbjørn; Olsen, Øystein (Discussion Papers;No. 122, Working paper, 1994)
    We measure the effective assistance to 18 Norwegian private industries in 1989 caused by government budgetary subsidies, indirect commodity taxes, import protection through nominal tariffs and non-tariff-barriers, price ...
  • The Future burden of public pension benefits. A microsimulation study 

    Andreassen, Leif; Fredriksen, Dennis; Ljones, Olav (Discussion Papers;No. 115, Working paper, 1994)
    The microsimulation model MOSART is used to analyse the long run development in disability and old-age pensions covered by the Norwegian National Insurance System. The number of pensioners will increase relative to the ...
  • Criminometrics, latent variables, panel data, and different types of crime 

    Aasness, Jørgen; Eide, Erling; Skjerpen, Terje (Discussion Papers;No. 124, Working paper, 1994)
    A behavioural model of crime is developed and applied to panel data on the number of crimes and clear-ups for the 53 police districts in Norway for the period 1970-78. Data on both total crime and on 12 different types of ...
  • A macromodel of local government spending behaviour in Norway 

    Langørgen, Audun (Discussion Papers;No. 117, Working paper, 1994)
    A cooperative bargaining model is adapted to the setting of local government in Norway. Aggregate consumption, the capital stock and net financial wealth in the local public sector are endogenized. The origin of intertia ...

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