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    • Taking the Skill Bias out of Global Migration 

      Biavaschi, Costanza; Burzynski, Michal; Elsner, Benjamin; Machado, Joël (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Global migration is heavily skill-biased, with tertiary-educated workers being four times more likely to migrate than workers with a lower education. In this paper, we quantify the global impact of this skill bias in ...
    • Tar vi opp de rette studentene ved økonomisk-administrative studier? 

      Opstad, Leiv; Bonesrønning, Hans; Fallan, Lars (Journal article, 2017)
      Det er konkurranse om plassene ved det ordinære økonomisk-administrative studiet ved NTNU Handelshøyskolen. Rangering av søkerne er basert på antall opptakspoeng fra den videregående skole (VGS) pluss eventuelle tilleggspoeng. ...
    • Teacher Sorting, Teacher Quality, and Student Composition: Evidence from Norway 

      Bonesrønning, Hans; Falch, Torberg; Strøm, Bjarne (Working Paper Series, 1503-299X; 2003:8, Research report, 2003)
      Using panel data for Norwegian schools, we establish a two-equation supply and demand model for teachers with approved education. Taking into account nationally determined teacher pay and a strict teacher appointment rule, ...
    • Teacher Turnover and Non-Pecuniary Factors 

      Falch, Torberg; Strøm, Bjarne (Working Paper Series, 1503-299X; 2004:1, Research report, 2004)
      This paper studies teacher mobility using matched employee-employer panel data from Norwegian primary and lower secondary schools. The Norwegian institutional set-up with completely centralized wage setting for teachers ...
    • TEKNOLOGI & LÆRING - En økonometrisk analyse av sammenhengen mellom elevprestasjoner og tilgang på PC i klasserommet, ved PIRLS-data fra Norge, England og USA. 

      Lamøy, Nikolai Eugen (Bachelor thesis, 2020)
      Oppgaven benytter en økonometrisk regresjonsanalyse ved OLS til å undersøke korrelasjonen mellom tilgang på PC i klasserommet og testresultater ved leseferdighetsundersøkelsen PIRLS utført i 2001. Det ble her brukt PIRLS-data ...
    • Test of the Efficient Market Hypothesis by utilizing statistical arbitrage 

      Hårstad, Fredrik (Master thesis, 2014)
      The purpose of this paper is to test the efficient market hypothesis. The thesis includes an extensive review of the literature on the Efficient Market Hypothesis and tests if it is possible to earn economic profit by ...
    • Testing Economic Theory Using the Cointegrated Vector Autoregressive Model: New Keynesian Models and House Prices 

      Kivedal, Bjørnar Karlsen (Doktoravhandlinger ved NTNU, 1503-8181; 2013:341, Doctoral thesis, 2013)
      This PhD project investigates a method for taking theoretical models, mainly New Keynesian models for business cycle analysis, to the data. The cointegrated vector autoregressive (CVAR) model is used as a statistical ...
    • Testing for a time-varying price-cost markup in the Euro area inflation process 

      Bowdler, Christopher; Jansen, Eilev S. (Working Paper Series, 1503-299X; 2004:5, Research report, 2004)
      Empirical models of inflation often incorporate equilibrium correction effects based upon levels of prices and input costs. Such models assume that the steady-state price-cost markup is constant, but recent research suggests ...
    • Testing for cointegration between equity markets:: A Scandinavian perspective 

      Kranøy, Kristian Kleven (Master thesis, 2011)
    • Testing Steady-State Implications for the NAIRU 

      Bårdsen, Gunnar (Working Paper Series, 1503-299X; 2002:16, Research report, 2002)
      Estimates of the NAIRU are usually derived either from a Phillips curve or from a wage curve. This paper investigates the correspondence between the operational NAIRU-concepts and the steady state of a dynamic wage-price ...
    • The Barrier Model of Productivity Growth: South Africa. 

      Harding, Torfinn; Rattsø, Jørn (Working Paper Series, 1503-299X; 2005:1, Research report, 2005)
      The barrier model of productivity growth suggests that individual country productivity is related to the world technology frontier disturbed by national barriers. We offer a country study of the barrier model exploiting ...
    • The bioeconomics of a wild Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) recreational fishery 

      Olaussen, Jon Olaf; Skonhoft, Anders (Working Paper Series, 1503-299X; 2005:14, Research report; Peer reviewed, 2005)
      A biomass model of a wild salmon (Salmo salar) river recreational fishery is formulated, and the ways in which economic and biological conditions influence harvesting, stock size, profitability, and the benefit of the ...
    • The Bioeconomics of Controlling an African Rodent Pest Species 

      Skonhoft, Anders; Stenseth, Nils Chr.; Leirs, Herwig; Andreassen, Harry P.; Mulungu, Loth S. A. (Working Paper Series, 1503-299X; 2003:5, Research report, 2003)
      The paper treats the economy of controlling an African pest rodent, the multimammate rat, causing major damage in maize production. An ecological population model is presented and used as a basis for the economic analyses ...
    • The Bitcoin Dilemma 

      Habtai, Abraham; Urbye, Martin (Master thesis, 2021)
      Denne masteroppgaven har som mål å avklare om bitcoin fungerer som en hedge mot inflasjon, valuta, samt hedge og safe haven for aksjer og statsobligasjoner i USA, Europa, Japan, Sør-Korea og Norge. Dataen som blir tatt i ...
    • The bitcoin Dilemma 

      Urbye, Martin (Master thesis, 2021)
      Denne masteroppgaven har som mål å avklare om bitcoin fungerer som en hedge mot inflasjon, valuta, samt hedge og safe haven for aksjer og statsobligasjoner i USA, Europa, Japan, Sør-Korea og Norge. Dataen som blir tatt i ...
    • The Boy who Cries Wolf: An Analysis of Ex-post and Ex-ante Compensation Schemes for Carnivore Predation on Sheep in Norway 

      Isaksen, Martin (Master thesis, 2014)
      This master thesis compares the Norwegian model for compensation of sheep lost due to predation with the social planner optimum. The Norwegian model is based on the concept of compensating the observed damage caused by ...
    • The Cash-out Refinancing in the Norwegian Housing Market 

      Almaas, Synne Schanke; Bystrøm, Line Synnøve (Master thesis, 2014)
      The housing prices in Norway and the ratio of Norwegian household debt to disposable income have reached unprecedentedly high levels in recent years, raising concerns about whether we are in a serious housing bubble. This ...
    • The correlation between parents and firstborn child’s level of education. 

      Mohyuddin, Nazifa; Brodersen, Tommy (Bachelor thesis, 2021)
      Hensikten med denne oppgaven er å undersøke korrelasjonen mellom foreldrenes og det førstefødte barns utdanningsnivå. Denne studien undersøker om høyere utdanning hos forelder fører til høyere utdanning hos førstefødte ...
    • The costs and benefits of animal predation: An analysis of Scandinavian wolf re-colonization 

      Skonhoft, Anders (Working Paper Series, 1503-299X; 2005:8, Research report, 2005)
      After coming close to extinction, the grey wolf (Canis lupus) has re-colonized Scandinavia during the last two decades. The current population numbers some 100–120 individuals, and is distributed in small packs along the ...
    • The Day-of-the-Week-Effect at Oslo Stock Exchange 

      Heggland, Julia Åslid; Offerdal, Andreas (Master thesis, 2022)
      Ulike typer kalenderanomalier har blitt nøye studert innen økonomi og finans i en rekke markeder. Ukedagseffekter er en av de mest kjente av disse, og flere tidligere studier tyder på at mandager og fredager gir henholdsvis ...