Final report from the Girl Power team

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Time flies! The weather in Dar es Salaam is getting hotter day by day, and after two intense months the data collection for the long term follow up study for the Girl Power project has come to a close. We are…

The Choice Lab receives research grant of 1.5 mill EUR

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The Choice Lab has been awarded a research grant of 1.5 million EUR from NORFACE (New Opportunities for Research Funding Agency Cooperation in Europe). The research project is titled “Fairness, personal responsibility and the welfare state”, and the project will be…

Bjorvatn and Tungodden off to Uganda

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This week, The Choice Lab researchers Kjetil Bjorvatn and Bertil Tungodden are going to Kampala, Uganda, where they will prepare the follow-up study of the “We can manage!” project and attend the Inclusive Microfinance Conference. The Inclusive Microfinance Conference is held…

Cappelen and Tungodden present in Chicago

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The Choice Lab researchers Alexander W. Cappelen and Bertil Tungodden are off to Chicago this week to present at the SPI Annual Conference and participate in the MERIT Workshop on “Experiments With Governments”. The Science of Philanthropy Initiative (SPI) 2nd…

The Choice Lab seminar with Orsola Garofalo

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The Choice Lab invites you to a seminar with Orsola Garofalo, Assistant Professor, Copenhagen Business School. Garofalo will give a presentation titled “Spokesperson – to be or not to be”, Thursday November 6. For more information on the project, please see…

Cappelen gives presentation at Piketty seminar, Bergen

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On Monday November 3, The Choice Lab researcher Alexander W. Cappelen will give a presentation at a seminar about Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the 21st Century. Cappelen’s presentation is titled: «Rettferdig og urettferdig ulikhet» (Fair and unfair inequality). The seminar…

Bott gives seminar in Vienna

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Today, October 29, The Choice Lab’s PhD student Kristina Bott will give a seminar at the Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria. Bott will present the project “You’ve got mail: A randomized field experiment on tax evasion”, which is…

Almås presents at IIES, Stockholm

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The Choice Lab researcher Ingvild Almås will give a Brown Bag seminar at the Institute for International Economic Studies (IIES), Stockholm University, today October 27 at 12.00. Almås will present a project entitled: “Are Americans more meritocratic and efficiency seeking…