PhD about misallocation, distortions and development in China

M.Phil in Economics Nicolai Ellingsen at Department of Economics will defend the thesis "Distorted Like China. Theory and evidence on how distortions affect aggregate output" for the PhD-degree.

Image may contain: Hair, Facial hair, Beard, Chin, Hairstyle.

Trial lecture - time and place

Monday, April 29, at 10.15 in Auditorium 3, Eilert Sundt's building: "Misallocation and Productivity"

Adjudication committee

Chair of defence

Professor Jo Thori Lind, Department of Economics

Supervisors

  • Professor Kjetil Storesletten, Department of Economics

Additional information

Article about Nicolai Ellingsen’s thesis: "Distorted Like China.  Theory and evidence on how distortions affect aggregate output".

Published Apr. 9, 2019 2:59 PM - Last modified Nov. 4, 2021 1:10 PM