assleco

Department of Economics

Anne Sophie
Lassen
Postdoc


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E-mail: assl.eco@cbs.dk
Anne Sophie
Presentation

My research is primarily concerned with the mechanisms behind and implications of gender differences in labor market choices.

This means my work is placed within the intersection of labor, family/gender and public economics.

I’m particularly interested in how institutional changes and norms affect gender equality in the labor market and allocation of time to the household.

 

Primary research areas
  • Labor Economics
  • Family Economics
  • Applied Microeconometrics
Curriculum Vitae
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www.cbs.dk/en/staff/assleco
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2022
Anne Sophie Lassen / Gender in the Labor Market
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [Phd] 2022, 164 p. (PhD Series, No. 41.2022)
PhD thesis
Serena Canaan; Anne Sophie Lassen; Philip Rosenbaum; Herdis Steingrimsdottir / Maternity Leave and Paternity Leave : Evidence on the Economic Impact of Legislative Changes in High Income Countries.
Bonn : IZA 2022, 50 p. (IZA Discussion Paper, No. 15129)
Working paper > peer review
Serena Canaan; Anne Sophie Lassen; Philip Rosenbaum; Herdis Steingrimsdottir / Maternity Leave and Paternity Leave : Evidence on the Economic Impact of Legislative Changes in High-Income Countries.
In: Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Economics and Finance. ed. /Jonathan H. Hamilton; Avinash Dixit; Sebastian Edwards; Kenneth Judd. Oxford : Oxford University Press 2022 (Oxford Research Encyclopedias: Economics and Finance)
Encyclopedia chapter > peer review
2021
Anne Sophie Lassen / Gender Norms and Specialization in Household Production : Evidence from a Danish Parental Leave Reform.
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [wp] 2021, 47 p. (Working Paper / Department of Economics. Copenhagen Business School, No. 04-2021)
Working paper > peer review
Research Projects
Outside activities
  • National Researcher (Denmark) for EIGE (European Institute of Gender Equality) report on ‘Gender equality and gender mainstreaming in the COVID-19 recovery’
  • Research dissemination in Dagbladet Information (short columns)