Student opportunities

Student opportunities


FAIR supervises PhD research scholars who pursue degrees in behavioural, labour and experimental economics. Work at FAIR is highly collaborative and interaction with other researchers of the group and the Department of Economics is encouraged through research collaboration, a wide variety of seminars and workshops and social gatherings.

The PhD programme at NHH is a fully funded programme for three (or four) years during which scholars combine their studies with 25% work as a teaching and/or research assistant.

Read more about NHH's PhD programme

FAIR PhD activities

PhD students at FAIR

Master thesis at FAIR

If you are interested in writing you master thesis at FAIR, please have a look at the research areas of the faculty, and the research areas of FAIR’s Professors and Assistant professors. Please send an e-mail to the person you would like as a supervisor. It should include your name, your CV and a short note on why you would like to write your master thesis on this subject.

Some of the suggested topics from the Department of Economics are supervised by people from FAIR.

See past master thesises from FAIR-The Choice Lab and FAIR-CELE

Work opportunities at Fair

FAIR researchers regularly need experiment assistants to help carry out experiments. The work gives insight and experience on how to conduct experiments and suits thorough students with attention to detail, organisational skills and the ability to handle challenging situations.

FAIR also execute several seminars, workshops, conferences and events during the year.

E-mail in case of any questions.

Courses at FAIR-CELE

Master level:

ECO433 Empirical Strategies for Causal Analysis
STR435 Personalpolitikk og incentiver
ECN425 Labour Economics
ECN402 Econometric Techniques

PhD level:

ECS503 Advanced Econometrics
MET510 Scientific Methods

Courses and workshops

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