Morten Schjødt-Osmo holds an MSc in Economics and Business Administration from the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH), specializing in economics and energy, environmental and resource economics. While at NHH, he worked as a teaching assistant in econometrics, and spent a semester on exchange to the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia. Morten wrote his thesis in development economics, where he conducted an analysis of the benefits of savings groups for handicapped individuals in Uganda. At Oslo Economics, Morten has gained experience in performing evaluations and asset mappings, especially within the areas of correctional service and health. He has developed solid analytical skills from his studies and project experience, and is able to present extensive analyses and results in a straightforward and concise manner.