The Norwegian Child Welfare, Youth, and Family Directorate (Bufdir) has conducted an assessment regarding the introduction of a third legal […]
Labor market, welfare and society
What economic and administrative consequences can arise from the introduction of a third legal gender category?
Oslo Economics and the Norwegian Computing Center have conducted a knowledge acquisition on electronic and internet-based solutions for voting. This provides a foundation for assessing the possibilities, risks, benefits, and costs of various solutions in relation to each other.
All Nordic countries allow students from countries outside the EEA to be interns in their own country. We have, in collaboration with lawyer Vegard Bahus and the Frisch Centre, evaluated the scheme and regulations that grant temporary residence and work permits for trainees from countries outside the EEA.
“Oil pioneers” have suffered health damages after being exposed to chemicals and toxic materials during their work offshore. A commission is now set up to create a compensation scheme for these pioneers.
Oslo Economics and Norsk Regnesentral will carry out a study on electronic voting.
Oslo Economics will evaluate the work relevance in Norwegian nursing education for the local health services.
Oslo Economics will gather information about pupils on upper secondary education schools in Nordland, who has to live away from home during their education.
The current performance indicator in NAV measures the proportion of NAV’s users who are employed six months after they have […]
Oslo Economics will now evaluate the subsidy scheme “Nasjonalt bo- og støttetilbud til unge over 18 år utsatt for tvangsekteskap og æresrelatert vold”
What are the reasons for the increasing number of young people who receive disability benefits in Norway?
An increasing number of young people receive disability benefits in Norway. Ragnhild Haugli Bråten and Susanna Sten-Gahmberg have published a […]
The purpose of the agreements is to increase interest in researching NAV-relevant issues and increase knowledge about NAV and its policy areas.
Oslo Economics, together with the lawyers Nikolai K. Winge and Fredrik Holth, has assisted the Ministry of Local Government and […]