Prof Mårten Palme


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Monitoring, Punishment, Crime and Labor Market Outcomes in a Low-Crime Country: Evidence from Randomized and Natural Experiments in Sweden
01/01/2016 - 31/12/2018

Monitoring and imprisoning criminals may affect future crime rates, but this is hard to evaluate since changes in such government policies are often consequences of changes in crime. A recent econometric literature using exogenous variation addresses these problems. This liter...

Economics of Crime from Two New Perspectives: What are the Effects of Surveillance Cameras and Alcohol Regulations?
01/01/2011 - 31/12/2013
Surveillance cameras have become a popular method to combat crime, but they may intrude upon privacy. The first part of this project studies the effects of surveillance cameras on crime. We will exploit three natural experiments in a wide range of environments (cameras in the sub...

Assessing Needs of Care In European Nations
01/01/2009 - 31/08/2012
The large post-war baby boom is now turning into a grandparent boom, putting a triple stress on long-term care (LTC) provisions: increased numbers of elderly, increased survival of these elderly and increased survival of frail, disabled elderly through improved care and health ca...

Longitudinal Enhancement and Access imProvement of the SHARE insfrastructure
01/01/2009 - 31/12/2011

Population ageing is among the most pressing challenges of the 21st century in Europe. Addressing this challenge scientifically demands an infrastructure of micro data of the changing health, economic and social living conditions of individuals as they go through the ageing pr...

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