Rolf Aaberge mainly focuses on Income distribution, Econometrics, Labour economics, Gini coefficient and Lorenz curve. His study in Income distribution is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Economic inequality, Quality, Public economics and Business economics. Rolf Aaberge interconnects Permanent income hypothesis, Social Welfare, Statistics and Ex-ante in the investigation of issues within Econometrics.
He specializes in Labour economics, namely Labour supply. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mathematical economics and Conditional expectation. His work on Income inequality metrics as part of general Distribution research is frequently linked to Perspective, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His primary areas of study are Econometrics, Income distribution, Gini coefficient, Labour economics and Distribution. His Econometrics research integrates issues from Ranking, Statistics, Lorenz curve and Labour supply. Rolf Aaberge has included themes like Poverty, Earnings and Economic inequality in his Income distribution study.
Rolf Aaberge studied Gini coefficient and Linear inequality that intersect with Log sum inequality. His study on Labour economics also encompasses disciplines like
His main research concerns Econometrics, Distribution, Poverty, Economic inequality and Income distribution. His Econometrics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ranking and Set. His Distribution study combines topics in areas such as Public policy, Development economics and Unemployment.
His Poverty research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Tribute, Public economics and Public servant. His study in the field of Gini coefficient also crosses realms of Context. He has researched Income distribution in several fields, including Labour economics and Receipt.
Rolf Aaberge mainly investigates Poverty, Demographic economics, Econometrics, Panel data and Shock. His Poverty research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Development economics and Public economics. His studies deal with areas such as Reliability, Welfare and Equality of outcome as well as Public economics.
Rolf Aaberge merges Demographic economics with Fertility in his study. His Econometrics research incorporates elements of Income inequality metrics, Economic inequality, Lorenz curve, Gini coefficient and Normative. The concepts of his Panel data study are interwoven with issues in Consumption, Precautionary savings, China, Beijing and Empirical research.
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Income inequality and income mobility in the Scandinavian countries compared to the United States
Rolf Aaberge;Anders Björklund;Markus Jäntti;Mårten Palme.
Review of Income and Wealth (2002)
Labor Supply Responses and Welfare Effects of Tax Reforms
Rolf Aaberge;John K. Dagsvik;Steinar Strøm.
The Scandinavian Journal of Economics (1995)
Labour supply in Italy: an empirical analysis of joint household decisions, with taxes and quantity constraints
Rolf Aaberge;Ugo Colombino;Steinar Strøm.
Journal of Applied Econometrics (1999)
Potential demand for alternative fuel vehicles
John K Dagsvik;Tom Wennemo;Dag G Wetterwald;Rolf Aaberge.
Transportation Research Part B-methodological (2002)
The distributional impact of public services when needs differ
Rolf Aaberge;Manudeep Bhuller;Audun Langørgen;Magne Mogstad.
Research Papers in Economics (2010)
To what extent do fiscal regimes equalize opportunities for income acquisition among citizens
John E Roemer;Rolf Aaberge;Ugo Colombino;Johan Fritzell.
Journal of Public Economics (2003)
Multidimensional Poverty and Inequality
Rolf Aaberge;Andrea Brandolini.
Handbook of Income Distribution (2015)
Women at Work. An economic perspective.
Tito Boeri;Daniela Del Boca;Christopher A. Pissarides;Rolf Aaberge.
Research Papers in Economics (2005)
Characterizations of Lorenz curves and income distributions
Social Choice and Welfare (2000)
Unemployment Shocks and Income Distribution: How did the Nordic Countries Fare during their Crises?
Rolf Aaberge;Tom Wennemo;Anders Bjorklund;Markus Jantti.
The Scandinavian Journal of Economics (2000)
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