Jens Chr. Andvig
Jens Chr. Andvig’s main fields are comparative economics and political economy. Further sub-areas focused on in a comparative perspective have been interactions between the public sector and the market economy - such as corruption, public procurement and transition from socialist to market economy - and between family organization and the formal sector, more specifically corruption, transition from family based to formal economies, child labor and child soldiering.
1986 Dr. philos, University of Oslo, Department of Economics
1975 Master's degree in economics, University of Oslo, Department of Economics.
1999 Research for the World Bank, developing new strategies for the bank in the field of child labour in Africa.
1980- Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow/Research Professor at NUPI
Publications All publications
Publication | 2014
Publication : NUPI Working Paper | 2014
Publication : ARTIKKEL | 2014
Publication : NUPI Working Paper | 2013
Publication : NUPI Working Paper | 2012
Projects All projects
Research project | 2015 - 2020 (Completed)
The project intends to contribute to the responsible innovation literature by carrying out a set of conceptual and empirical studies on the socio-economic effects of ICTs, considering positive impacts...
The state, globalization and industrial development in India: the political economy of regulation and deregulation (INDEVIND)Research project | 2013 - 2016 (Completed)
This project will study the role of the state in industrial development in India....
Slums, states and citizens: Policing, welfare services and political participation among the urban poor in New Delhi, Nairobi and DurbanResearch project | 2011 - 2013 (Completed)
The primary objective is to contribute to an understanding of the constraints and opportunities for effective poverty alleviation among the urban poor....