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Why do Wealthy Parents have Wealthy Children?

First version: Feb 2015. Latest version: Feb 2018. Co-authors A. Fagereng and M. Ronning

Revision requested by the Journal of Political Economy

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“Disability Receipt, Consumption Insurance, and Family Labor Supply”

First version: May 2015. Latest version: Sept 2017. Co-authors D. Autor, A. Kostol, and B. Setzler

Revision requested by the American Economic Review

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“Educational Assortative Mating and Household Income Inequality”

First version: July 2014. Latest version: May 2018. Co-authors B. Zafar and L. Eika

Revision requested by the Journal of Political Economy

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”Local Governments, In-Kind Transfers, and Economic Inequality

First version: Sept 2015. Latest version: Oct 2017.  Co-author R. Aaberge, L. Eika, and A. Langorgen

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“A Partial Identification Approach to Welfare Rankings of Distributions”

First version: Jan 2015. Latest version: Oct 2017. Co-authors R. Aaberge and T. Havnes 

Revision requested by Journal of Applied Econometrics 

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“Incarceration, Recidivism, and Employment”, 

First version: July 2016. Latest version: Sept. 2016. Co-authors M. Bhuller, G. Dahl, K. Loken

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"What Can We Learn About Household Consumption From Information on Income and Wealth",

First version: Dec 2016. Latest version: June 2017. Co-authors:  L. Eika and O. Vestad

Revision requested by the Journal of Public Economics

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“Trade and Domestic Production Networks“, 

First version: July 2017, Co-authors E. Dhyne, K. Kikkawa, and F. Tintelnot

Revision requested by the Quarterly Journal of Economics

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“Information Frictions, Internet and the Relationship between Distance and Trade”, 

First version: July 2017. This version: Jan 2018. Co-authors A. Akerman and E. Leuven

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Work In Progress

"How the Internet Changed the Market for Print Media", Co-authors M. Bhuller, T. Havnes and J. McCauley

"Earning Risk and the Returns to Schooling", Co-authors K. Liu and K. Salvanes

"Income Risk, Asset Price Shocks, and Consumption Inequality", Co-authors R. Blundell and M. Graber

”Imperfect Competition and Rent Sharing in the U.S. Labor Market", Coauthors T. Lamadon and B. Setzler

”Income Mobility as an Equalizer of Permanent Incomes", Coauthor R. Aaberge

”Understanding Marital Sorting Among the College Educated", Coauthors E. Leuven and L. Kirkeboen

Forthcoming and Published Articles

1) “Using Instrumental Variables for Inference About Policy Relevant Treatment Effects”

Forthcoming in EconometricaCo-authors A. Santos and A. Torgovitsky 

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2)“Identification and Extrapolation of Causal Effects with Instrumental Variables“, 

Forthcoming in Annual Review of Economics, Co-author A. Torgovitsky 

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3) “Intergenerational Effects of Incarceration" 

Co-authors M. Bhuller, G. Dahl, K. Loken

American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings108, 2018,

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4) “The Human Capital Approach to Intergenerational Mobility" 

Commemorative essay in “The Past, Present, and Future of Economics: A Celebration of the 125 Year Anniversary of the JPE and of Chicago Economics,”

Edited by John List and Harald Uhlig. Journal of Political Economy, 125, 1862-1868, 2017

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5) “Life Cycle Earnings, Education Premiums and Internal Rates of Return”, 

Co-authors M. Bhuller and K. Salvanes

Journal of Labor Economics, 35, 4, 993-1030, 2017

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6)  “Beyond LATE with a Discrete Instrument”

Co-authors C. Brinch and M. Wiswall  

Journal of Political Economy, 125 (4): 985-1039, 2017

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7) Field of Study, Earnings, and Self-Selection

Co-authors L. Kirkeboen and E. Leuven

Quarterly Journal of Economics, 131, 1057-1111, 2016

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8) “What is the Case for Paid Maternity Leave?”

Co-authors G. Dahl, K. Loken, K. V. Salvanes 

Review of Economics and Statistics, 98, 655-670, 2016.  

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9) "Father Presence and the Intergenerational Transmission of Educational Attainment"

Co-authors A. Kalil, M. Rege, and M. Votruba

Journal of Human Resources51 (4): 869-899, 51, 2016

10) “Testing the Quantity-Quality Model of Fertility: Linearity, Marginal Effects, and Total Effects

Quantitative Economics, 7, 157-192, Co-author M. Wiswall, 2016

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11) “Earnings, Income, and Consumption of Allowed and Rejected Disability Insurance Applicants“

American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, 105(5): 137-41, 2015, Co-author: A. Kostol

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12) “Labor Income Dynamics and the Insurance from Taxes, Transfers and the Family”

Journal of Public Economics, 127, 58-73, 2015, Co-authors R. Blundell and M. Graber

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13) “The Skill Complementarity of Broadband Internet”, 

Quarterly Journal of Economics, 130(4), 1781-1824, 2015, Co-authors A. Akerman and I. Gaarder

14) “Inequality in Current and Lifetime Income”,

Social Choice and Welfare, 44(2), 217-230, 2015, Co-author R. Aaberge

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15) "Is Universal Child Care Leveling the Playing Field?”, 

Journal of Public Economics, 127, 100-114, 2015, Co-author T. Havnes

16) Family Welfare Cultures”, 

Quarterly Journal of Economics, 129(4): 1711-17522014, Co-authors G. Dahl and A. Kostol

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17) “Peer Effects in Program Participation”,

American Economic Review104(7), 2049-2074, 2014, Co-authors G. Dahl and K. Løken

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18) “How Financial Incentives Induce Disability Insurance Recipients to Return to Work”, 
 
 American Economic Review104(2), 624-55, 2014, Co-author: A. Kostol
 

19) “Broadband Internet: An Information Superhighway to Sex Crime?”,

 Review of Economic Studies, 80, 1237-1266, 2013, Co-authors M. Bhuller, T. Havnes, and E. Leuven

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20) “What Linear Estimators Miss: The Effects of Family Income on Child Outcomes”,

 American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 4, 1-37, 2012, Co-authors M. Wiswall and K. Løken

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21) “Older or Wealthier? The Impact of Age Adjustment on Cross-Sectional Inequality Measures”,
 
Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 114, 24-54, 2012, Co-author I. Almås

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22) “Are Lone Mothers Responsive to Policy Changes? Evidence from a Workfare Reform in a Generous Welfare State”, 

Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 114, 1129-1159, 2012, Co-author C. Pronzato

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23) “Instrumental Variables Estimation with Partially Missing Instruments”,

Economics Letters114, 186-189, 2012, Co-author M. Wiswall

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24) “Money for Nothing? Universal Child Care and Maternal Employment”,

Journal of Public Economics95, 1455-1465, 2011, Co-author T. Havnes

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25) “No Child Left Behind: Subsidized Child Care and Children’s Long-Run Outcomes”,

American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 3, 97-129, 2011, Co-author T. Havnes

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26) ”Baby Booming Inequality? Demographic Change and Inequality in Norway, 1967-2004”,

Journal of Economic Inequality, 9, 629-650, 2011, Co-authors I. Almås and T, Havnes


27) “Measuring Long-Term Inequality of Opportunity”,

Journal of Public Economics, 95, 193-204, 2011, Co-authors R. Aaberge, V. Peragine

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28) Divorced Fathers’ Proximity and Child Long Run Outcomes”,
 
Demography, 48 1005-1027, 2011, Co-authors A. Kalil, M. Rege, M. Votruba

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29) “Robust Inequality Comparisons”,

Journal of Economic Inequality, 9, 353-371, 2011, Co-author R. Aaberge


30) “The Distributional Impact of Public Services When Needs Differ”,
 
Journal of Public Economics94, 549-562, 2010, Co-authors R. Aaberge, M. Bhuller, A. Langørgen

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31) “Region-specific versus Country-specific Poverty Lines in Analysis of Poverty"
 
Journal of Economic Inequality5, 115-122, 2007, Co-authors R. Aaberge, A. Langørgen
        
        
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