1 Birthe Larsen Dep. of Economics, Copenhagen Business School Porcelænshaven 16A2000 Copenhagen FDenmark Mobil: Office: Education University of Copenhagen, 1999, Ph.D. in Economics. Thesis committee: Torben Tranæs, University of Copenhagen, Dale Mortensen, Northwestern University, Michael Sattinger, University of Albany. University of Copenhagen, 1994, M.Sc. in Economics.London School of Economics, , Master of Science in Economics. University of Copenhagen, 1990, BA. in Economics. Experience Visiting Research Scolar at Insead, Dec August Associate Dean, FT-MBA, CBS, Jan 2013-present. Visiting Research fellow at Insead, Europe Campus, Sept Dec Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Copenhagen Business School. May 2002 present. Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Copenhagen Business School. Aug April Assistant Research Professor, CLS, Aarhus University, Nov July Publications Gisela Waisman and Birthe Larsen, 2016: Wages, Amenities and Negative Attitudes?, Working Paper, Copenhagen Business School. Forthcoming in IZA Journal of Migration. Birthe Larsen and Gisela Waisman, 2016: Labour Market Performance Effects of Discrimination and Loss of Skill. Forthcoming in Economic Inquiry. Filges, Trine, John Kennes, Birthe Larsen and Torben Tranæs 2011 Labour Market Programmes and the Equity-Efficiency Trade-off. Journal of Macroeconomics, 33, p
2 Waisman, Gisela and Birthe Larsen 2009: Hvordan indvandreres mobilitet påvirkes af negative holdninger, in Svend E. Hougaard Jensen (ed) Design og Styring af Institutioner, DJØF forlag. Alstadsætter, Anette, Ann-Sofe Kolm and Birthe Larsen 2008, Tax Effects on Unemployment and the Choice of Educational Type. European Journal of Political Economy, 24 (1), p Ann-Sofie Kolm and Birthe Larsen 2006, Wages, Unemployment and the Underground Economy in Jonas Agell and Peter Birch Sørensen (eds) Tax Policy and Labor Market Performance, MIT press. Trine Filges and Birthe Larsen, 2005, 'Stick, Carrot and Skill Acqusition'. The Scandinavian Journal of Economics, vol. 107, 3, pp Trine Filges and Birthe Larsen, 2004, 'The Impact of Youth Unemployment Policy- a shift of workers into the skilled labour force. Labour 18 (3), Ann-Sofie Kolm and Birthe Larsen, 2003, 'Social Norm, the informal sector and unemployment'. FinanzArchiv, vol. 59, pp Birthe Larsen 2001, Minimum Wages, 'Technological Progress and Loss of Skill', European Economic Review, vol 45, pp Trine Filges and Birthe Larsen, 2000, 'Insiders versus Outsiders and Endogenous Search', in Bunzel et al. (eds.) 'Panel Data and Structural Labour Market Models', Elsevier Science. Selected Working Papers/papers submitted to journals Patrick Bennett, Lisbeth la Cour, Birthe Larsen, Gisela Waisman 2015: Negative Attitudes, Network and Education, Working Paper, Copenhagen Business School. Submitted. Ann-Sofie Kolm and Birthe Larsen, 2011, Informal Unemployment and Education, Working Paper, Copenhagen Business School. Submitted. Ann-Sofie Kolm and Birthe Larsen, 2010, Underground activities and labour market performance. Working Paper, Copenhagen Business School. Larsen, Birthe, 2004, Skill Level, Cognitive Ability, Unemployment and Welfare. Working Paper 17:2004, Copenhagen Business School. Work in Progress Project on Friction, Trade and Employment with Ana Maria Santacreu, Insead and David Jinkins. Project on discrimination, social networks and education, jointly with Gisela Waisman, Patrick Bennett and Lisbeth La Cour. Project on green accounts with Morten Bennedsen, Mario D. Amore and Philip Rosenbaum. Project on Expats with Sofie Bødker. Project on similar people. Project on Health Policy with Ann-Sofie Kolm.
3 Refereeing Journal of the European Economics Association, European Economic Review, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, Economica, FinanzArchiv, CESifo, Labour Economics, Oxford Economic Papers. Scandinavian Journal of Education Research, International Migration Review. International Tax and Public Finance. Nationaløkonomisk Tidsskrift. Conferences Papers presented at the WEAI Conference, Singapore 2016, Workshop on Gender and Ethnic Differentials, Aix-en-Provence 2015, SaM Conference, Edinbourgh, 2014, Cyprus, 2012, Immigration and Labour Market Integration Conference, Stockholm 2011, SaM Inaugural Conference, Bristol, 2011, LAGV 2011, Marseille 2011, Norface-Cream Immigration Conference London 2011, SOLE, London 2010, Insead, Symposium 2011, 2010, 2009, Nordic Macro Workshop, Sandbjerg European Economic Association conferences and European Econometric Society conferences: Mannheim 2015, Toulouse 2014, Oslo 2011, Barcelona 2009, Milan 2008, Vienna 2006, Stockholm 2003, Venice 2002, Lausanne 2001, Santiago de Compostella 1999, Berlin 1998, Toulouse 1997, Istanbul 1996, and European Association of Labour Economics conferences, Amsterdam 2008, Oslo 2007, Sevilla European Societé of Population Economics, Amsterdam Lower annual conference, London 2004, Royal Economic Societé, Manchester 2015, Staffordshire University, Stoke on Trent 1996 and Warwick University, Sandbjerg conference on Search and Matching Other Recent Academic Presentations Bochum University, Singapore Management University, University of Bristol, Lund University, Sciences Po, Paris, Hitotsubashi University, Japan, Insead, Aarhus School of Management, Melbourne University, Australia, IIES, Stockholm University, Copenhagen University, Copenhagen Business School, Uppsala University, Department of Economics, Stockholm University, IZA, Bonn. Other Activities Ph.D. committees: Øyvind Nilsen Aas, Ott Toomet, Mark Strøm Kristoffersen, Wei Xiao. Assistant and Associate Professorship committees at CBS. Member of Vetenskapsrådets beredningsgrupp för ekonomisk forskning och statistik, Sweden, Research management course participation, 3 modules, 3 days each, Moderator at the session Global Leadership panel at INSEAD Women's Leadership Conference, contributions to P1-Orientering, Danish Radio, Talk to Flemish Social Work students, Contribution to mathematics book written by T. Jensen et al, Interviews to news papers and radios, Articles on our research on attitudes towards immigration published in Svenska Dagbladet and Dagens Samhälle, Sweden. Hufvudstatsbladet, Helsinki, March 2009, DJØF magazine, Member of Centre of Economic and Business Research. Talk at conference Mens vi venter på opsvinget (while we are waiting for the boom). Arranged by Kvinder ved Bordet (Women around the table). Participants are top-women in the private and public sector including ministers.
4 Visits Insead, France, Sept Dec Melbourne University, November-December IIES, Stockholm University, May IZA, Bonn, October Reports (Project manager) Mobility of Highly educated workers in Denmark. A CEBR report. Teaching 2012-present: Macroeconomics at Full Time MBA, CBS students 2010, 2011: Advanced International Macroeconomics for MBA students at Insead. The textbook is Feenstra and Taylor: Macroeconomics students. 2009, 2011,2012: Personnel Economics, Master course, CBS, taught to students of Law and Economics students. 2008, 2009, 2012, 2013: Macroeconomics for students of International Business and International Business and Politics, CBS, Taught in English to students, and 5-10 teaching assistants. The Textbook is Mankiw: Macroeconomics The Firm in the Global Environment. Master course, taught in English to 130 students at the Applied Economics and Finance Line at CBS Macroeconomics and international institutions, HA-almen. The course has about 370 students and 10 teaching assistants. I perform teaching of the students, make exams, homework, etc. It is a one semester course. The textbook is Blanchard: Macroeconomics , 2012-present: Macroeconomics for students of mathematical economics. The course has about students and one teaching assistant. The textbook is Blanchard: Macroeconomics , : Macroeconomics for students of mathematical economics. The course has about students and one teaching assistant. The textbooks are Romer: Advanced Macroeconomics, Hans Jørgen Whitta-Jacobsen and Peter Birch Sørensen: Introduction to Advanced Macroeconomics.
5 Organizing Workshops and Conferences present: Organizing the Copenhagen Education Network, CEN, seminar series and the first CEN workshop October : Initiating the Copenhagen Education Network Organizating brown bag series at Insead, Department of Economics and Political Science 2003 Organizating workshop on Labour Economics, joint with Trine Filges and Torben Tranæs, Grants and Prizes : Project on Xenophobia, joint with Gisela Waisman, IIES, Stockholm, grant received for performing this project for the years from FAS, Sweden. 2008: Communication Prize, FUHU, Copenhagen Business School : Research project, FSE grant, joint with Trine Filges, John Kennes and Torben Tranæs: The Equity-Efficiency Trade-off in Frictional Labour Market : Research Director of Theme on Unemployment Theory, Freja grant. International Research Cooperation and Study International Research Cooperation: Ana Maria Santacreu, Insead, Amine Ouazad, Insead, Annette Alstadsæter, Oslo University, Ann-Sofie Kolm, Stockholm University, Gisela Waisman, Stockholm University, John Kennes, University of Aarhus. Mårten Palme, Stockholm university, Ethan Kaplan, Maryland. Trine Filges, Danish Institute of Social Research, Torben Tranæs, Rockwool Foundation, Pietro Garibaldi, Callegio Carlo Alberto. Studies: Master at London School of Economics, , Ph.D courses at Boston University, Languages Danish (native), English (fluent), French (fluent), German (basic). Personal Married, three children: Sigrid (070499), Aslak (140201), Astrid (270205).