Hans Henrik Sievertsen



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Senior Lecturer, University of Bristol
Senior Researcher, VIVE
Research Fellow, IZA
My CV is available here.
Contact: h.h.sievertsen[at]bristol.ac.uk




News

2020-11-24: The first edition of our CEPS magazine "Evidence" is out. I contributed with a piece about education [Read more]
2020-11-12: Simon Burgess and I wrote about England’s response to the pandemic learning loss for the Conversation. [Read more]
2020-11-11: I enjoyed giving a talk for the Economics Department at the University of Bath today. [Read more]
2020-11-04: I gave a the talk for the Danish Ministry of Children and Education about segregation in daycare.
2020-10-28: I am excited about receiving a grant from the Independent Research Fund Denmark. [Read more]
2020-09-24:I had the pleasure of being on Eva Rye Johansen's (Aarhus University) dissertation committee today. A very impressive dissertation and defense. Congratulations.
2020-09-18: My paper on how the nationwide introduction of chlorhexidine cord care reduced neonatal mortality in Nepal is avilable as IZA discussion paper (with Christine Valente & Mahesh Puri). [Read more]
2020-09-01: I am happy to share that the paper "Maternity Ward Crowding, Procedure Use, and Child Health" with Jonas Maibom, Marianne Simonsen and Miriam Wüst is accepted for publication at the Journal of Health Economics. [Read more]
2020-08-28: I'm excited to share my new report on segregation in daycare in Denmark (in Danish). [Read more]
2020-08-26: I enjoyed giving a economics taster lecture for Indian A-level students with my colleague Babak Somekh today.
2020-07-23: My study on school starting age and mental health with Thomas Dee is covered by the New York Times. [Read more]
2020-06-02: I've written a piece about school reopening with Simon Burgess & Marta De Philippis for the Economic Observatory. [Read more]
2020-05-14: Our blog post about economists view on COVID-19 (with Sarah Smith) is available on Discover Economics. [Read more]
2020-04-01: How will COVID-19 affect edcuation (and children)? Simon Burgess and I share our thoughts in "Schools, skills, and learning: The impact of COVID-19 on education" for VOXEU. [Read more]
2020-03-31: How will COVID school interruptions affect the children? Simon Burgess and I share our thoughts in "The long-term consequences of missing a term of school" for IZA World of Labour. [Read more]