Øster Farimagsgade 5, 1353 København K, 35, Building: 35.2.30
I do research in health economics, family economics and labour economics using microeconometric methods.
I am also deputy head of Centre for Health Economics and Policy, CHEP.
Center for Economic Behavior and Inequality (CEBI)
Centre for Applied Microeconometrics (CAM)
Centre for Health Economics and Policy (CHEP)
Primary fields of research
Applied microeconometrics, labour economics, family economics, health economics
Health economics, family economics, labour economics
"Behavioural Responses to Health Innovations and the Consequences for Socioeconomic Outcomes". Joint with Jonathan Skinner, Dartmouth College, Itzik Fadlon, UC San Diego, Stephanie Schurer, University of Sydney, and Mette Ejrnæs, Claus Thustrup Kreiner, Miriam Gensowski, and Torben Heien Nielsen, all University of Copenhagen. Financed by Novo Nordisk Foundation. See webpage and video on project.
"Effective interventions for children in out-of-home care: exploring and explaining the impact of decisions and types of treatment". Joint with Mette Ejrnæs, University of Copenhagen, Tea Bengtsson, University of Copenhagen, Stine Tankred Luckow, SFI, Municipality of Copenhagen, and Metropol.
"PARENTIME. Parental time investments and intergenerational transmission of inequality". Joint with Almudena Sevilla and Sarah Sander, University College London. Financed by ERC.
"Parental Preferences and Daycare Assignment". Joint with John Kennes, Aarhus University.
Fields of interest
Health economics, labour economics, family economics, personnel economics, ageing, time use