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Oslo Economics have moved

We have moved into new offices in Vika, just a stone’s throw away from our previous home

Torben Mideksa joins Oslo Economics as Associate Partner

We are pleased to welcome Torben Mideksa as Associate Partner at Oslo Economics.

Mid-term evaluation of the Adina Foundation Uganda’s project

Oslo Economics is conducting a mid-term evaluation of the Adina Foundation Uganda’s (AFU) project «Lira Rehabilitation Center». AFU operates a rehabilitation center in Lira, Uganda that offers comprehensive support for children with physical disabilities in the Lango district.

Evaluation of the work relevance in Norwegian nursing education

Oslo Economics will evaluate the work relevance in Norwegian nursing education for the local health services.

How are pupils in upper secondary school in Nordland affected by living in away from home?

Oslo Economics will gather information about pupils on upper secondary education schools in Nordland, who has to live away from home during their education.

Mid-term review of the support given to the National Audit Chamber of South Sudan (NAC)

Since the beginning of this year, Oslo Economics have had the pleasure of conducting a mid-term review of the support given to the National Audit Chamber of South Sudan (NAC)

Oslo Economics will evaluate the subsidy scheme “Nasjonalt bo- og støttetilbud”

Oslo Economics will now evaluate the subsidy scheme “Nasjonalt bo- og støttetilbud til unge over 18 år utsatt for tvangsekteskap og æresrelatert vold”

New employees strengthen Oslo Economics’ competence in energy and environmental economics

Oslo Economics has extensive experience from different parts of the energy sector. We now strengthen our competence further by hiring Carl-Petter Haugland and Ingunn Gotland Roll.

Oslo Economics has evaluated a pilot for digitally following up patients at home

We have assessed that the digital follow-up program is a service with great potential and that can be adapted to many purposes and user groups.

Oslo Economics supported Foodora in relation to NCA’s investigation

The Norwegian Competition Authority have investigated Foodora, suspecting an abuse of dominance.