1 Andreas Kotsadam

Senior researcher at The Frisch Centre , Professor at the Psychology Department at University of Oslo, and affiliated with EGAP and CESifo. My main research interests are behavioral economics, development issues, and inequality.


Selected publications (see publications and work in progress for more)

Does Integration Change Gender Attitudes? The Effect of Randomly Assigning Women to Traditionally Male Teams“.

The Quarterly Journal of Economics (Forthcoming). With Gordon Dahl and Dan-Olof Rooth. NBER WP, IZA WP. Pre-print version

How Settlement Locations and Local Networks Influence Immigrant Political Integration

American Journal of Political Science (Forthcoming). With Bernt Bratsberg, Jeremy Ferwerda, and Henning Finseraas. 2019

Mining and local corruption in Sub-Saharan Africa” 

American Journal of Political Science 61(2), 320-334.  Online Appendix.  With Eivind Hammersmark Olsen, Carl Henrik Knutsen, and Tore Wig. 2017. Replication data

“Jobs and intimate partner violence – Evidence from a Field Experiment in Ethiopia”.

Journal of Human Resources. Analysis plan archived 9 November 2017 at: https://www.socialscienceregistry.org/trials/2569 . Cesifo working paper including preplanReplication files for main analyses. Populated PAPSurvey (1st follow up). NBER SI 2020 presentation. With Espen Villanger. 2022

“Trust, Ethnic Diversity, and Personal Contact: Experimental Field Evidence”.

Journal of Public Economics. Vol. 173, 72-84. With Henning Finseraas, Torbjørn Hanson, Åshild A. Johnsen, and Gaute Torsvik. 2019

The Economics of Hypergamy

The Journal of Human Resources. With Ingvild Almås, Espen Moen, and Knut Røed. 2020

Chinese aid and local corruption“.

Journal of Public Economics. Vol(159), 146-159. With Ann-Sofie Isaksson. 2018

“Exposure to female colleagues breaks the glass ceiling – Evidence from a combined vignette and field experiment”

European Economic Review, Vol(90), 363-374. With Henning Finseraas, Åshild A. Johnsen, and Gaute Torsvik. 2016.

“Birth Order and Voter Turnout”.

British Journal of Political Science (Forthcoming). With Bratsberg, Dawes, Lindgren, Oskarsson, Raaum, and Öhrvall.