Espen is an economist focusing on topics related to health, poverty and inequality. He is currently a doctoral research fellow with CeFH, focused on the effects of severe illness in the family on various outcomes, including health, incomes, human capital and labor market participation. Espen has worked extensively with the World Bank on the measurement of living standards, children’s health, poverty and inequality. He is interested in data science and how new data sources can improve understanding of living standards, well-being and health.
Prosjekter og publikasjoner
- Espen Beer Prydz, Dean Jolliffe, Umar Serajuddin, (2022). Disparities in Assessments of Living Standards Using National Accounts and Household Surveys. The Review of Income and Wealth s. S385-S420. doi: 10.1111/roiw.12577
- Christoph Lakner, Daniel Gerszon Mahler, Mario Negre, Espen Beer Prydz, (2022). How much does reducing inequality matter for global poverty?. Journal of Economic Inequality s. 559-585. doi: 10.1007/s10888-021-09510-w
- Dean Jolliffe, Espen Beer Prydz, (2021). Societal Poverty: A Relative and Relevant Measure. World Bank Economic Review s. 180-206. doi: 10.1093/wber/lhz018
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