Julian Vedeler Johnsen

Researcher

E-mail: julian.johnsen@snf.no
Personal webpage
 

Julian Vedeler Johnsen joined SNF as a researcher in 2018. He is a member of the SNF research program FAIR Insight Team, which is part of the Centre for Experimental Research on Fairness, Inequality and Rationality (FAIR) at the Norwegian School of Economics. He received his PhD from the Department of Economics at the University of Bergen in 2015.

Julian mainly does research on Public Economics, Labour Economics and the intersection of the two. He is also working on the Economics of Crime as a co-investigator on the ERC grant “Criminality, Victimization and Social Interactions”. 

Publications

Economic impact of workfare reforms for single mothers: Benefit substitution and labour supply responses, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, forthcoming, (with K.H. Reiso)

Nordic Family policy and maternal employment, Nordic Economic Policy Review, 2016, (with K.V. Løken)

Smoking bans, maternal smoking and birth outcomes, Journal of Public Economics, 2014, (with P. Bharadwaj and K.V. Løken)

Ved veis ende: Har familiepolitikken spilt fallitt som likestillingsverktøy?, Nytt norsk tidsskrift, 2013, (with K.V. Løken) [In Norwegian]

Policy Reports

Nordisk familjepolitik och jämställdhet på arbetsmarknaden, SNS analys, 2016, (with K.V. Løken) [In Swedish]

Likestilling og framtidens familiepolitikk, Report written for NHO, the main Norwegian employers' association, 2016, (with K.V. Løken) [In Norwegian]

Økonomisk registerforskning på likestillingseffekter av velferdstiltak og familiepolitikk, Report written for the Norwegian commission on gender equality, 2011, (with K.V. Løken) [In Norwegian]