I joined NHH as a Ph.D. student in August 2017 under the Fairness Across the World – project, and I am associated with FAIR –the Centre for Experimental Research on Fairness, Inequality, and Rationality. In addition, I have been the project coordinator for the “Læring for livet”-study.
My primary area of interest is Behavioral Economics, with a particular focus on social preferences. More specifically I am curious about fairness preferences; both on how they are shaped and how they affect behavior. My work builds on data from experiments (both form the lab and the field), national registries as well as nationally representative surveys.
In my job market paper “Unleveling the playing field? Parents’ willingness to give their children an advantage” I combine data from a lab-in-the-field experiment with high quality register data on 950 pairs of students and their parents.
My work is supervised by Bertil Tungodden, and I will be on the academic job market (2021-2022).