I live and breathe economics and Internet. Main main area of research is dynamic aspects of health economics, which is a lot more fun than it sounds. I am motivated by a natural interest in how people make choices in health care. In my spare time i love to fiddle with high tech gadgets and fun geeky software. I also like to program, which is why i made this home page. When i am not caught up in a fun algorithm or an interesting work problem, i like to spend time with my family and friends.
Health Economics, Microeconomics, Game Theory and Micro-econometrics
Econometrics B, TA (spring 2014)
Økonomiske principper og sundhedsøkonomi, Public Health Science, TA (fall 2013)
The Capital Region of Denmark
University of Copenhagen
Phd student, 2013-2015 I did reaserch in health economics
The Organization of General Practitioners
Student Assistant, Copenhagen, 2011 - 2013. My job is to supply data and analyzes to the senior analyst, help write reports and make statistical analysis of relevant data
The Danish Health and Medicines Authority
Student Assistant, Copenhagen, 2009 - 2010. I worked with analysis of the Danish health care system. This includes productivity studies, analysis of casemix groups, database extractions and program maintenance and development in SAS. In April 2010 the Department of Health Economics at the Danish Health and Medicines Authority transferred to the Ministry of Interior and Health. My job responsibilities remained the same.
The National IT and Telecom Agency
Student Assistant, Copenhagen, 2009. I worked on the semiannual tele-statistic doing data validation, data collection simple VBA programming, statistics in Excel and administrative tasks.
The Department of Economics
Student Advisor, 2008-2009. Advising students, well as casework. I also worked on events, Open House, introduction to new and international students and graduate students, as well as administrative tasks
OS: Windows, Mac OS, Linux
Scientific: Matlab, Stata, R, SAS
Typography: LaTeX, Markdown
MSc. in Economics
Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen, 2011-2013.
Department of Economics, University of British Columbia, 2011.
BSc. in Economics
Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen, 2007-2010.
Besides making cool stuff with computers, I like to both cook and eat food. I am especially proud of my Moroccan chicken with salted lemons and my home made rye bread.