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Mette Ejrnæs
Mette Ejrnæs
Professor, Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen
Verified email at econ.ku.dk
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Birth order and the intrahousehold allocation of time and education
M Ejrnæs, CC Pörtner
Review of Economics and Statistics 86 (4), 1008-1019, 2004
3002004
Modelling income processes with lots of heterogeneity
M Browning, M Ejrnaes, J Alvarez
The Review of Economic Studies 77 (4), 1353-1381, 2010
1702010
Consumption and children
M Browning, M Ejrnæs
The Review of Economics and Statistics 91 (1), 93-111, 2009
1612009
Work and wage dynamics around childbirth
M Ejrnæs, A Kunze
The Scandinavian Journal of Economics 115 (3), 856-877, 2013
1322013
Market integration and transport costs in France 1825–1903: a threshold error correction approach to the law of one price
M Ejrnaes, KG Persson
Explorations in economic history 37 (2), 149-173, 2000
1162000
Wage dips and drops around first birth
A Kunze, M Ejrnaes
Available at SSRN 504446, 2004
932004
Labor market transitions of immigrants with emphasis on marginalization and self-employment
K Blume, M Ejrnæs, HS Nielsen, A Würtz
Journal of Population Economics 22 (4), 881-908, 2009
742009
Modelling income processes with lots of heterogeneity
J Alvarez, M Browning, M Ejrnæs
CAM discussion paper 2002-01, 2001
612001
The gains from improved market efficiency: trade before and after the transatlantic telegraph
M Ejrnæs, KG Persson
European Review of Economic History 14 (3), 361-381, 2010
582010
Feeding the British: convergence and market efficiency in the nineteenth‐century grain trade
M Ejrnæs, KG Persson, S Rich
The Economic History Review 61, 140-171, 2008
522008
Self-employment in Denmark and Spain: Institution, economic conditions and gender differences
R Carrasco, M Ejrnæs
412003
Do single women value early retirement more than single men?
AM Danø, M Ejrnæs, L Husted
Labour Economics 12 (1), 47-71, 2005
392005
Income and consumption: A micro semistructural analysis with pervasive heterogeneity
S Alan, M Browning, M Ejrnæs
Journal of Political Economy 126 (5), 1827-1864, 2018
372018
Is business failure due to lack of effort? Empirical evidence from a large administrative sample
M Ejrnæs, S Hochguertel
The Economic Journal 123 (571), 791-830, 2013
352013
Risk factors of entry in out-of-home care: An empirical study of Danish birth cohorts, 1981–2003
M Ejrnæs, M Ejrnæs, S Frederiksen
Child indicators research 4 (1), 21-44, 2011
332011
Earmarked paternity leave and the relative income within couples
J Druedahl, M Ejrnæs, TH Jørgensen
Economics Letters 180, 85-88, 2019
292019
Labor market conditions and self-employment: a Denmark-Spain comparison
R Carrasco, M Ejrnæs
IZA Journal of Labor Policy 1 (1), 1-16, 2012
282012
The persistent–transitory representation for earnings processes
M Ejrnæs, M Browning
Quantitative Economics 5 (3), 555-581, 2014
272014
Comparing linear probability model coefficients across groups
A Holm, M Ejrnæs, K Karlson
Quality & Quantity 49 (5), 1823-1834, 2015
232015
Self-Employment among Immigrants: A Last Resort?
K Blume, M Ejrnæs, HS Nielsen, A Würtz
University of Aarhus, 2004
212004
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