Linea Hasager

Linea Hasager


Primary fields of research

My areas of interest are labor economics, immigration, and applied microeconometrics.

Link to my website.


Selected work in progress

  • Sick of Your Poor Neighborhood? Quasi-Experimental Evidence on Neighborhood Effects on Health (with Mia Herløv Jørgensen), CEBI Working Paper 02-21. 
  • Does Granting Refugee Status to Family-Reunified Women Improve Their Integration? (R&R Journal of Public Economics).
  • Mandatory Daycare for 1-Year Olds: Alleviating Barriers to Integration of Female Refugees and Their Children? (with Mette Foged)
  • Intergenerational Spillover Effects of Language Training for Refugees (with Mette Foged, Giovanni Peri, Jacob Arendt & Iben Bolvig) (Conditionally accepted, Journal of Public Economics).
  • Comparing the Effects of Policies for the Labor Market Integration of Refugees (with Mette Foged & Giovanni Peri) (Under review).


Non-refereed publications


Teaching assistant in Econometrics A.

Teaching assistant in Principles of Economics.

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