Sara Lee Johansen holds a degree in economics from the University of Bergen, and during her studies she specialized in empirical methods, microeconomic analysis, and welfare economics. She also spent a semester on exchange at the Nova School of Business and Economics in Portugal. Sara wrote an empirical master’s thesis on sickness absence follow-up in Norway, and through this gained good experience with data processing and statistical analysis. During her studies, she worked as a teaching assistant in both welfare and development economics. In Oslo Economics, Sara has worked on projects within health, welfare, education and public procurement. Her professional experience and studies have provided her with a good knowledge of current public guides for economic analysis and evaluations.