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Population and housing census

Statistics from the Population and housing census 2011 to continue

The statistics for households and dwellings that are based on registers have now been harmonised. As a result, many of the statistics from the Population and housing census 2011 can be published annually.

Cohabitants, 2012-2014

One in four are cohabitants

Nearly 70 per cent of persons between 16-79 years are in a live-in relationship in Norway. One out of four couples are cohabitants, and the rest are married.

Discussion Papers no. 828

Effects of income and the cost of children on fertility

The relationship between income, cost of childrearing and fertility is of considerable political and theoretical interest. We utilize exogenous variation in family income and the direct cost of children to estimate causal effects on fertility.

Key figures on health

How much do we smoke and how much snuff do we take? How often do we go to the doctor? How many are living in a nursing home? And how much is spent on health in Norway? Brief facts are presented here about health, lifestyle habits and use of health services.