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Victims of offences reported to the police, 2014

Fewer young adults victims of theft and violence

A total of nearly 162 000 persons were registered as victims of a total of 174 000 offences reported to the police during 2014. This is 5.7 and 6.4 per cent fewer than the year before respectively. This decline is mainly due to a reduction in the number of victims of theft, especially among young adults, for whom the victimisation rate for offences of violence also saw a decrease.

Energy balance, 2013-2014, final figures

Large fall in use of electricity and biofuel

In 2014, the total domestic energy consumption excluding the energy industries and consumption of raw materials was 209 TWh. This is 4 per cent lower than the year before. There was a particularly large decline in energy consumption in households and the service sector, which is clearly associated with the record high temperatures in 2014.

Consumer price index, September 2015

Higher prices on clothing pushed up CPI

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) increased 0.6 per cent from August to September 2015, mostly due to higher prices on food, electricity and furniture. Lower fuel prices dampened the CPI increase. The year-to-year growth in the CPI was 2.1 per cent in September, up 0.1 percentage point from August.

Discussion Papers no. 821

Fiscal effects of the Norwegian pension reform – A micro-macro assessment

The main goal of the Norwegian pension reform of 2011 is to improve long run fiscal sustainability, not least through stronger labour supply incentives.

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