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Norwegian

Disadvantaged in the housing market: Effects of public interventions

Number1670
Project managerAndreas Kotsadam
ClientNFR via NOVA/OsloMet
Client project no.258923
ParticipantsKristin Aarland
Asbjørn Goul Bjerrum Andersen
Karen Evelyn Hauge
Øystein M. Hernæs
Andreas Kotsadam
Simen Markussen
Viggo Nordvik
Oddbjørn Raaum
Jardar Sørvoll
Period2017 - 2021

Project description

This project aims to evaluate all major social housing policy instruments in Norway, aimed at helping disadvantaged individuals to better and more stable housing.

These instruments are, first and foremost, housing allowances, starter mortgages and public housing (for rental).

Using high quality administrative data, stemming from both national and municipal sources, our project investigates empirically (i) how these instruments are distributed across groups (who are affected), (ii) how they impact future housing conditions, wellbeing and labour market outcomes in the short, medium and the long run, and (iii) to the extent it is feasible given the data, how are these effect heterogeneous across groups (what are the effects for whom)? Prosjektside hos OsloMet

Publications

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Other journals

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Hernæs, Øystein, Simen Markussen og Knut RøedØkende inntektssegregering i norske byregioner2020Tidsskrift for boligforskning Temanummer "Storbyen for alle" Vol 3(2), 111-129[PDF] [DOI]