Ranveig Falch

Postdoctoral Fellow Ranveig Falch

E-mail
Ranveig.Falch@nhh.no
Telephone
+47 55 95 96 25
Department
Economics
Centre
FAIR
Office
E240
Expertise
Behavioural economics Development Economics Experimental Economics Public Economics Education Economics

My primary field of research is behavioral economics, where I focus on issues that relate to labor-, education-, public- and development economics, such as gender discrimination, human capital investment and inequality acceptance. My work is primarily empirical, implementing experiments in controlled laboratory or field settings with nationally representative samples.

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Selected publications

Author(s) Title Publisher
Falch, Ranveig How do people trade off resources between quick and slow learners? European Economic Review Volume 150; 2022
Cappelen, Alexander Wright; Falch, Ranveig; Sørensen, Erik Øiolf; Tungodden, Bertil Solidarity and fairness in times of crisis Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization Volume 186; page 1 - 11; 2021
Cappelen, Alexander Wright; Falch, Ranveig; Tungodden, Bertil Fair and Unfair Income Inequality Handbook of Labor, Human Resources and Population Economics; 2020
Bjorvatn, Kjetil; Falch, Ranveig; Hernæs, Ulrikke Johanne Voltersvik Gender, context and competition: Experimental evidence from rural and urban Uganda Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics Volume 61; page 31 - 37; 2016
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WORK IN PROGRESS

How Do People Trade Off Resources Between Quick and Slow Learners?, single-authored, Revise & Resubmit, European Economic Review.

The Boy Crisis: Experimental Evidence on the Acceptance of Males Falling Behind, with Alexander W. Cappelen and Bertil Tungodden.
Media coverage: Podcast episode (in Norwegian)

Peer Perceptions and Students’ Investments in Schoolwork, with Fanny Landaud.

Acceptance of Inequality between Children: Large-Scale Experimental Evidence from China and Norway, with Alexander W. Cappelen, Zhongjing Huang and Bertil Tungodden.

Is it Morally Acceptable to be Selfish?, with Alexander W. Cappelen, Erik Ø. Sørensen and Bertil Tungodden

 Scholarships to Fight Female Genital Mutilation: A Randomized Control Trial, with Alexander W. Cappelen, Ernst Fehr, Ayelet Gneezy, Uri Gneezy and Bertil Tungodden.

Experienced Welfare under the COVID-19 Pandemic, with Alexander W. Cappelen, Erik Ø. Sørensen and Bertil Tungodden.
Media coverage: Video, NHH.

The Development of Social Preferences: Experimental Evidence from China and Norway, with Alexander W. Cappelen, Zhongjing Huang and Bertil Tungodden.

Dissemination