Ingvild Almås

Associate professor (currently on 80% leave) Ingvild Almås

E-mail
Ingvild.Almas@nhh.no
Telephone
+47 55 95 94 38
Department
Economics
Centre
The Choice Lab
Office
E212
Expertise
Behavioural economics Development Economics Measurement of inequality Fairness

BIOGRAPHY

Ingvild Almås is an associate professor at the Department of Economics, Norwegian School of Economics (NHH), and currently a visiting associate professor at IIES, Stockholm University.

Almås’ research is mainly focused on gaining a better understanding of economic inequalities. First, she has worked on the measurement of real income, inequality and poverty. Second, she has worked on sources of income inequalities with specific focus on gender inequality. Third, she has studied what kinds of inequalities adults, adolescents, and children are willing to justify and how well the actual redistribution is designed in light of these views.

Almås has published sole-authored as well as co-authored papers on income inequality in journals such as American Economic Review and Science. Almås was educated at University of Oslo and took her PhD at the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH) in 2008.

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Selected publications

Author(s) Title Publisher
Almås, Ingvild, Cappelen, Alexander Wright, Salvanes, Kjell Gunnar, Sørensen, Erik Øiolf, Tungodden, Bertil Willingness to compete: family matters. Management science Volume 62 (8), page 2149 - 2162, 2016
Almås, Ingvild, Cappelen, Alexander Wright, Salvanes, Kjell Gunnar, Sørensen, Erik Øiolf, Tungodden, Bertil What Explains the Gender Gap in College Track Dropout? Experimental and Administrative Evidence. The American Economic Review Volume 106 (5), page 296 - 302, 2016
Almås, Ingvild, Cappelen, Alexander Wright, Haaland, Ingar Kyrkjebø, Tungodden, Bertil Rettferdig ulikhet Magma - Tidsskrift for økonomi og ledelse Volume 18 (6), page 38 - 43, 2015
Kjelsrud, Anders Grøn, Almås, Ingvild, Somanathan, Rohini A Behaviour-based Approach to the Estimation of Poverty in India NHH Dept. of Economics Discussion papers Volume 2, 2013
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TEACHING AREAS

Development and behavioral economics

Dissemination