Department of Economics
My main area of research is a broad definition of labor economics. So far all my projects have involved work with Danish data in areas that among other cover occupational mobility, CEO career choice, supply and demand of university education, and welfare participation. I am interested in using data to quantify economic models.
- Labor Economics
- Empirical Microeconomics
- Discrete choice models
- Quantitative Methods, second year HA almen. Lab instructor
- Math Camp, first year cand. oecon, and first year IB/IBP
In: Applied Economics Letters, Vol. 24, No. 17, 2017, p. 1267-1276
In: PLOS ONE, Vol. 11, No. 1, 2016
In: Review of Economic Studies, Vol. 82, No. 2, 2015, p. 659-692
Paper presented at The 46th Annual Conference of the Canadian Economics Association (CEA), 2012
In: Symposium i anvendt statistik: 23.-25. januar 2012. . ed. /Peter Linde. Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School, CBS 2012, p. 193
: Department of Economics, Copenhagen Business School 2010, 28 p.
: Department of Economics, Copenhagen Business School 2010, 66 p.
København : Københavns Universitet 2009, 271 p. (Rød Serie, No. 138)
- A General Equillibrium Analysis of University Funding and Admissions Policies
- Pushing the Data Frontier in Labor Market Matching
- The socioeconomic importance of research-based education
- Mismatch, matching and the allocation of workers to jobs
- Pension Research Center
- Reducing the dropout rate from vocational schools
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