Tarjei Havnes

Associate professor
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Phone +47-22855118
Mobile phone +47-93423592
Fax +47-22855035
Room 1132
Available hours On leave until February 1st 2018
Visiting address Dept. of Economics Eilert Sundts Hus 12th floor Moltke Moes vei 31 0851 OSLO
Postal address Dept. of Economics Box 1095 Blindern 0317 Oslo Norway

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University of Oslo, Dept. of Economics, Associate professor, Aug 2012–present

Statistics Norway, Senior research fellow, Oct 2009–present

Center for Equality, Social Organization and Performance (ESOP), Research fellow, Jan 2007–present

IZA, Research fellow, 2011–present

CESIfo, Research fellow, 2012-present

University of Oslo, Dept. of Economics, Postdoctoral fellow, Nov 2009–July 2012

University of Oslo, Dept. of Economics, Research Fellow and ph.d.-student, Aug 2005–Oct 2009

Research interests

public economics, applied econometrics, labor economics, family economics, inequality


2015: ECON4624 Empirical Public Economics
2015: ECON5105 Advanced Microeconometrics
2012-2014: ECON4136 Applied statistical analysis for the social sciences / ECON5100 Microeconometrics
2011-2015: Introduction to Stata (in ECON4135), Intermediate Stata (in ECON4136)
2013: ECON1910 Poverty and distribution in developing countries
2011: ECON4135 Applied statistics and econometrics
2010: ECON4915 Development economics

Longer international stays

2007-2008: New York University
2004-2005: University of Toulouse

Research grants

  • Norwegian Research Council, project 236947: Child care during early childhood: Effects on child development, parental labor supply and fertility (Statistics Norway)
  • Norwegian Research Council, project 212305: Early Childhood Education and Care: A Quantitative Research Program (Statistics Norway)
  • Norwegian Research Council, project 194339: Evaluating the Design and Performance of the Welfare State (Statistics Norway)
  • Norwegian Research Council, project 194347: Early Intervention and Social Mobility: Improving the Opportunities of Disadvantaged Children (University of Stavanger/Statistics Norway)
  • EU-FP7 244725: Growth And Sustainability Policies for Europe (CEPR)
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