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Discussion papers

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Redaksjonsmedlemmer: Kjetil TelleBjart Holtsmark, Erling Holmøy, Terje Skjerpen, Kenneth Wiik, Aud Walseth (sekretær)

  • Supply versus demand-side policies in the presence of carbon leakage and the green paradox

    Discussion Papers no. 836

    Halvor Briseid Storrøsten og Cathrine Hagem

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    This study derives the optimal combination of consumer taxes and producer taxes when both spatial and intertemporal leakages from the free-riders are taken into account.

  • The lost generation: Effects of youth labor market opportunities on long-term labor market outcomes

    Discussion Papers no. 835

    Venke Furre Haaland

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    This study shows that local unemployment rates at the age of graduation from compulsory school and high-school have negative effects on males’ earnings, employment and disability pension when measured as late as age 35.

  • The impacts of the EU ETS on Norwegian plants’ environmental and economic performance

    Discussion Papers no. 833

    Marit E. Klemetsen, Knut Einar Rosendahl og Anja Lund Jakobsen

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    This paper examines the impacts of the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS) on the environmental and economic performance of Norwegian plants.

  • Back to background risk?

    Discussion Papers no. 834

    Andreas Fagereng, Luigi Guiso og Luigi Pistaferri

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    Estimating the effect of background risk on individual financial choices faces two challenges.

  • Modelling and forecasting rig rates on the Norwegian Continental Shelf

    Discussion Papers no. 832

    Terje Skjerpen, Halvor Briseid Storrøsten og Knut Einar Rosendahl

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    Knowledge about rig markets is crucial for understanding the global oil market. In this paper we first develop a simple bargaining model for rig markets.

  • Imputing consumption from Norwegian income and wealth registry data

    Discussion Papers no. 831

    Andreas Fagereng og Elin Halvorsen

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    This paper documents a method for computing a longitudinal consumption measure for Norwegian households from administrative records of income and wealth.

  • The effects of innovation policies on firm level patenting

    Discussion Papers no. 830

    Marit E. Klemetsen

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    This paper examines the impacts of R&D tax credits and direct R&D subsidies on Norwegian firms' patenting, with a particular focus on environmental patenting.

  • Effects of income and the cost of children on fertility

    Discussion Papers no. 828

    Taryn Ann Galloway og Rannveig Kaldager Hart

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    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.

  • Taxation of housing

    Discussion Papers no. 829

    Erlend Eide Bø

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    The Norwegian public policy debate regularly returns to the private housing market. Housing prices have increased by 200 percent in real terms over the last two decades, a large share of households have high debt ratios, and new home buyers face large costs to enter the housing market

  • Resource Rent in Norwegian Fisheries

    Discussion Papers no. 827

    Lars Lindholt, Kristine Grimsrud og Mads Greaker

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    A nation’s natural-resources wealth can be estimated via the System of National Accounts (SNA). Because the values of all parameters entering the calculation are conditional on the existing management regime, the optimal value of the natural resources may be masked.

  • Labor Market Institutions and Wage Inequality in the OECD countries

    Discussion Papers no. 826

    Victoria Sparrman og Ellen Marie Rossvoll

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    In this paper we attempt to investigate the effect on income inequality of some recent trends in the labour market, changes in regulations of temporary positions and the surge in immigration in many EU-countries.

  • Life time pension benefits relative to life time contributions

    Discussion Papers no. 825

    Nils Martin Stølen og Dennis Fredriksen

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    Over the life course members of an insurance system normally will contribute by payments when in working age, and later receive pension benefits as e.g. disabled or old-age pensioners.

  • Smart hedging against carbon leakage

    Discussion Papers no. 822

    Halvor Briseid Storrøsten, Knut Einar Rosendahl og Christoph Böhringer

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    Unilateral climate policy induces carbon leakage through the relocation of emission-intensive and trade-exposed industries to regions with no or more lenient emission regulation

  • Have inflation targeting and EU labour immigration changed the system of wage formation in Norway?

    Discussion Papers no. 824

    Victoria Sparrman

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    Collective agreements have played a central role in the system of wage formation in Norway for more than fifty years. Although the degree of coordination achieved has been variable, pattern wage bargaining has been a mainstay of the system.

  • Union dissolution and childlessness

    Discussion Papers no. 823

    Rannveig Kaldager Hart

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    This study investigates how the association between union dissolution and childlessness depends on life course context. Data on union histories and fertility are taken from the Norwegian GGS.

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

    Discussion Papers no. 821

    Erling Holmøy og Nils Martin Stølen

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

  • The dual approach for measuring multidimensional deprivation and poverty

    Discussion Papers no. 820

    Rolf Aaberge, Eugenio Peluso og Henrik Sigstad

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    This paper is concerned with the problem of ranking and quantifying the extent of deprivation exhibited by multidimensional distributions, where the multiple attributes in which an individual can be deprived are represented by dichotomized variables.

  • Understanding the productivity slowdown

    Discussion Papers no. 818

    Thomas von Brasch, Ådne Cappelen og Diana Iancu

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    Many OECD countries have experienced a slowdown in measured labour productivity from 2005 and onwards. Norway is no exception in this respect.

  • On measuring the contribution from firm turnover to aggregate productivity growth

    Discussion Papers no. 819

    Thomas von Brasch

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    Foster et al. (2001) outline a framework that is commonly used to identify the contribution from firm turnover to aggregate productivity growth.

  • Residential energy efficiency and European carbon policies

    Discussion Papers no. 817

    Taran Fæhn, Orvika Rosnes og Brita Bye

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    While the introduction and reformation of climate policy instruments take place rapidly in Europe, the knowledge on how the instruments interact lags behind. In this paper we analyse different interpretations of the 2030 climate policy goals for residential energy efficiency and how they interact with targets for restricting CO 2 emissions.

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