Linea Hasager

Linea Hasager

Assistant Lecturer, Research assistant

Primary fields of research

My areas of interest are labor economics, immigration, and applied microeconometrics. I am working on a research project about integration of refugees in the labor market. My PhD advisors are professor Jakob Roland Munch and assistant professor Mette Foged.

Link to my website.


Selected work in progress

  • Integrating Refugees: Language Training or Work-First Incentives? (with Jacob Arendt, Iben Bolvig, Mette Foged & Giovanni Peri), NBER Working Paper No. 26834. (Under review)
  • Sick of your poor neighborhood? Quasi-experimental evidence on neighborhood effects in health (with Mia Herløv Jørgensen)
  • The Role of Institutions in the Labor Market Impact of Immigration (with Mette Foged & Vasil Yasenov), IPL WP #19-07 (Revise & Resubmit)
  • Does Granting Asylum to Family-Reunified Women Improve Their Integration?
  • Mandatory Daycare for 1-Year Olds: Alleviating Barriers to Integration of Female Refugees and Their Children? (with Mette Foged)


Non-refereed publications


Teaching assistant in Econometrics A.

Teaching assistant in Principles of Economics.

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