Eilert Sundts Hus (kart)
Moltke Moes vei 31
ESOP holds an informal ESOP mini-workshop on Norms, Conflict and Development.
OFS seminar. Wiji Arulampalam is Professor at Warwick and Professor II at UiO. She will present "Does greater autonomy among women provide the key to better child nutrition?" Monday March 23th at UiO.
ESOP invites to a Public Lecture for students with Debraj Ray, professor at New York University and affiliated researcher at ESOP. Ray has written the book "Development Economics" used in ECON1910.
ESOP seminar. Henry Farber is Hughes-Rogers Professor of Economics at Princeton University. He will present the paper "Why You Can't Find a Taxi in the Rain and Other Labor Supply Lessons from Cab Drivers".
Senior job talk. Ariell Reshef is an Assistant Professor at the University of Virginia. He presents the paper "The March of the Techies: Technology, Trade, and Job Polarization in France, 1994-2007", written jointly with James Harrigan and Farid Toubal.
Centre for Applied Macro- and Petroleum Economics (CAMP) at BI Norwegian Business School and ESOP - Centre for the Study of Equality, Social Organization and Performance in cooperation with Oxford Centre for the Analysis of Resource Rich Economies (OxCarre) organize a two days workshop on Natural Resources.
ESOP seminar. Anna Raute is an Assistant Professor at the University of Mannheim. She will present the paper "Do financial incentives affect fertility- Evidence from a reform in maternity leave benefits".
ESOP seminar. Beata Javorcik is a Professor at the University of Oxford, and Professor II at the University of Oslo. She will present the paper "Grin and Bear It: Producer-Financed Exports from an Emerging Market", written jointly with Banu Demir from Bilkent University.
ESOP seminar. Gerard Padró i Miquel, professor at LSE, presents the paper "The Value of Democracy: Evidence from Road Building in Kenya".
ESOP seminar. Jørgen Modalsli is currently a research economist at the Research Department of Statistics Norway. He will present the paper "Intergenerational mobility in Norway, 1865-2011".
ESOP seminar. Carlo Prato, Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics, Georgetown University, presents the paper " Crises and The Puzzle of Reforms", written jointly with Stephane Wolton (London School of Economics).
ESOP seminar. Kjetil Telle, Head of Research at Statistics Norway, will present his ongoing work on "Promoting integration of immigrants: Effects of free child care on child enrollment and parental employment".
ESOP seminar. Tobias Broer, assistant professor at the Institute for International Economic Studies, Stockholm University, presents the paper "Collateralisation bubbles when investors disagree about risk", written jointly with Afroditi Kero (University of Cyprus).
ESOP seminar. Henning Øien, PhD Candidate at the Department of Health Management and Health Economics at the University of Oslo, presents the paper "Gender Bias in Public Long-term Care? A Survey Experiment among Care Managers".
ESOP seminar. Pietro Garibaldi, Professor of Economics at the University of Torino, presents the paper "Financial Frictions, Financial Shocks and Unemployment Volatility" written together with Espen R. Moen and Tito Boeri.
ESOP seminar. Halvor Mehlum, Professor at the Department of Economics(UiO), presents the paper "Political Dutch Disease" written together with Ragnar Torvik.
ESOP seminar. Plamen Nenov, Assistant Professor of Economics at the Norwegian Business School (BI), presents the paper 'Buying first or selling first in housing markets', written jointly with Espen Moen (BI/ESOP) and Florian Sniekers (VUA Amsterdam).
The purpose of the workshop is to present work on the emergence of the welfare state and social insurance policies.
ESOP seminar. Simeon Alder, Assistant Professor at Department of Economics, University of Notre Dame, presents the paper 'A Tale of Two C(...)s: Competence and Complementarity', written jointly with Fane Groes (CBS).
ESOP seminar. Andrea Canidio is Assistant Professor of Economics at Central European University. He will present the paper "The Structure of Negotiations: Bargaining, Incomplete Agreements and the Focusing Effect", written jointly With Heiko Karle.
ESOP seminar. Martina Björkman Nyqvist, Assistant Professor at Stockholm School of Economics, presents the paper 'Safe Sex for a Chance to Win: Evidence from a Field Experiment on HIV Prevention'.
ESOP seminar. Mattias Nordin, Department of Economics and Uppsala Center for Fiscal Studies (UCFS) at University of Uppsala, presents the paper "The Importance of Information for Political Accountability: Evidence from the U.S. Senate.
ESOP seminar. Andreas Müller, Assistant Professor at Department of Economics, University of Oslo, presents the paper "Political Shifts and Government Debt", written jointly with Zheng Song, Fabrizio Zilibotti and Kjetil Storesletten.
What is the link between constitutions and economic development? Ruth Berins Collier and James Robinson give two perspectives on the interplay between institutions and economic development.