Ørjan Berg holds a Master of Science (MSc) in Economics from the Norwegian University of Life Sciences, with a specialization in environmental- and natural resource economics, and development economics. The education has a special focus on quantitative methods and data analysis. He has also spent a semester abroad, at Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia. Through his empirical master thesis concerning COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy and demand, he has gained experience with conducting field work in the developing world, as well as with working team-based on large-scale research projects. Ørjan has much experience working with cross sectional data and panel data on the household and individual level and has been engaged as a teaching assistant in a course in applied econometrics and impact assessment at the master’s level.