Department of Economics and Business Economics

Lars Skipper

Associate Professor

Lars Skipper


Associate Professor
MSc (Econ), Aarhus University, 2002
PhD (Econ), Aarhus University, 2005

Member of the Economics Section
Research Secretary: Anne Lisberg Lundby


Research Interests

  • Program Evaluation
  • Human Capital Formation
  • Applied Micro Econometrics


Current Research

  • Estimation of Demand Elasticities
  • Caseworker - Client Interactions


  • Introductory macro economics
  • Applied economic consulting


  • Rosholm, Michael and Lars Skipper (2009): Is labour market training a curse for the unemployed? Evidence from a social experiment. Journal of Applied Econometrics, 24: 338-365.
  • Munch, Jakob Roland, Lars Skipper, and Svend Jespersen (2008): “Costs and Benefits of Danish Active Labour Market Programmes”, Labour Economics, 15: 859-884.
  • Munch, Jakob Roland and Lars Skipper (2008): Program Participation, Labor Force Dynamics, and Accepted Wage Rates. In D. Millimet, J.A. Smith and E. J. Vytlacil, eds., Advances in Econometrics 21: 197-262.
  • Simonsen, Marianne and Lars Skipper (2008): An Empirical Assesment of Effects of Parenthood on Wages. In D. Millimet, J.A. Smith and E. J. Vytlacil, eds., Advances in Econometrics, 21: 359-380.
  • Simonsen, Marianne and Skipper, Lars (2006): The Cost of Motherhood. An Analysis using Matching Estimators, Journal of Applied Econometrics, 21: 919-934
  • Brendstrup, Bjarne, Hylleberg, Svend, Nielsen, Morten, Skipper, Lars and Stentoft, Lars (2004): Seasonality in Economic Models, Macroeconomic Dynamics, 8, 362-394.



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