Silje Johnson 1994:

The Easterlin hypothesis and the Inverted Easterlin hypothesis (economics)

Rikke Sunde 1994:

An empirical analysis of the two-sex problem (economics)

Heidi Ambjørndalen 1995:

How much of the fertility decline in Norway can be explained by the Easterlin hypothesis, and how much by a long-term trend? (economics)

Marian Urbina 1995:


Education and fertility in Norway and Spain (sociology)


Anne Moursund 1997:


Population growth and food production (economics)


Sigrid Skattebo 1998:


Fertility and religion in Ethiopia (sociology)


Vedis Vik 1999:


Implication of population policies inspired by ICPD 1994: A case study of 5 countries (political



Britt Alice Larsen 1999-2000:

Consequences of delay and catching up effects for period and cohort TFR (economics)

Hans Henrik Bull 1999-2000:

Households and generational changes in Rendalen 1762-1900 (history)

Vegard Skirbekk 2000:

The effect of immigrants and their skills upon the future of public pensions in Norway (economics)

Stig Omre 1998-2001:

Migration, economic tide, and generations (population geography)

Yimin Liu 2001:

The wage determinants of the floating population in Shanghai (economics)

Birgit Østvedt 1999-2000:


Education and fertility among immigrants in Norway (population geography)


Ane Seierstad 1999-2001:


Family instability and the weak decline in second-birth rates (statistics)


Anne Reneflot 1998-2001:


A gender perspective on childbearing in consensual unions – a qualitative and quantitative study (sociology)


Sille Brastein 2000-2002:


The importance of values for fertility and family behaviour (population geography).


Henrik Urdal 2000-2002:


The devil in the demographics. How Neo-Malthusian population pressure and youth bulges influence the risk of domestic armed conflict (political science)


Torkild Lyngstad 2001-2002:


Cultural capital and divorce in Norwegian first marriages 1980-1999 (sociology)


Cheng Yuan 2001-

The Impact of Migration to Shanghai on the Performance of the Social Pension System (economics)


Toril Berge


Does distance to hospitals influence cancer survival in Norway? (economics)