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Marte Rønning

Degree
Phd in Economics
Position
Senior Researcher
Phone
+4721094826
Mobile
92238664
E-mail
Marte.Ronning@ssb.no
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About Marte Rønning

Marte Rønning completed her PhD in Economics at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology the fall 2007 and has worked as a research fellow at the research department of Statistics Norway since then. Her main research field is economics of education, where she has studied a broad range of topics like the impact of school inputs on educational performance and to which extent different educational policies varies across students from different socioeconomic backgrounds. She has also done research on teacher mobility and absence. Lately she has started to work on topics in health economics.

Selected publications

  1. Access to treatment and educational inequality in cancer survival (med Jon H. Fiva, Torbjørn Hægeland og Astri Syse), Discussion Papers No. 735, 2013. Statistics Norway, Research Department
    Authors
    Jon H. Fiva, Torbjørn Hægeland, Marte Rønning, Astri Syse
  2. Homework assignment and student achievement in OECD countries (with Torberg Falch), Discussion Papers No. 711, 2012. Statistics Norway, Research Department
    Authors
    Torberg Falch, Marte Rønning
  3. Classroom grade composition and pupil achievement (with Edwin Leuven), Discussion Papers No. 722, 2012. Statistics Norway
    Authors
    Edwin Leuven, Marte Rønning
  4. Financial incentives and study duration in higher education (with Trude Gunnes and Lars Kirkebøen), Labour Economics (forthcoming)
    Authors
    Trude Gunnes, Lars J. Kirkebøen, Marte Rønning
  5. Who benefits from homework assignments?, Economics of Education Review.
    Authors
    Marte Rønning
  6. Health Status After Cancer. Does It Matter Which Hospital You Belong To? (with Jon H. Fiva and Torbjørn Hægeland), BMC Health Services Research, 2010
    Authors
    Jon H Fiva, Torbjørn Hægeland, Marte Rønning
  7. Quasi-Experimental Estimates of the Effect of Class Size on Achievement in Norway, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 2008 (with Edwin Leuven and Hessel Oosterbeek)
    Authors
    Edwin Leuven, Hessel Oosterbeek, Marte Rønning
  8. The incentive effects of property taxation: Evidence from Norwegian school districts , Regional Science and Urban Economics, 38: 49-62, 2008 (with Jon H. Fiva)
    Authors
    Jon H Fiva, Marte Rønning
  9. Homework and pupil achievement in Norway: Evidence from TIMSS, Reports 1/2010, Statistics Norway
    Authors
    Marte Rønning