Department of Economics | Faculty of Social Sciences | University of Copenhagen


Working papers / submitted work


Batsaikhan, Mongoljin, Mette Gørtz, John Kennes, Ran Sun Lyng, Daniel Monte and Norovsambuu Tumennasan: Daycare choice and ethnic diversity: Evidence from a Randomized Survey. CEBI Working Paper 14/2019. IZA DP No. 14874.  R&R, Journal of Human Resources.


Bom, Judith, Pieter Bacx, Eddy Van Doorslaer, Mette Gørtz, and Jonathan Skinner: Differences in nursing home admission rates between Denmark, the Netherlands and the United States determined by both demographic and system differences.  Submitted. R&R, Journal of the Economics of Ageing.


Sander, Sarah, Mette Gørtz, and Vibeke Myrup Jensen: Daycare Enrollment Age and Child Development. CEBI Working Paper 26/2022. Submitted.


Cavalca, Petra, Mette Ejrnæs, and Mette Gørtz: Before and after out-of-home placement: Child health, education and crime. CEBI Working Paper 22/2022. Submitted.


Ejrnæs, Mette, Esteban Garcia-Miralles, Mette Gørtz, and Petter Lundborg: When Death Was Postponed: The Effect of HIV Medication on Work and Marriage. CEBI Working Paper 08/2022.


Gørtz, Mette, Sarah Sander, and Almudena Sevilla: Does the Child Penalty Strike Twice? CEBI Working Paper 30/2020


Gørtz, Mette, Sarah Sander, and Almudena Sevilla: Parental Time Investments and the Adult Outcomes of their Children. 


Gensowski, Miriam, and Mette Gørtz: Revisiting the Role of Personality in the Education-Health Gradient.


Work in progress   

Ejrnæs, Mette, and Mette Gørtz: The impact of (mis)-information on the take-up of HPV vaccine.


Bakx, Pieter, Mette Gørtz, and Eddy Van Doorslaer: Preventive Home Visits


Wagner, Sander, and Mette Gørtz: Twinstruments? – Revisiting the Twin Approach to Estimating the Relationship between Fertility and Maternal Labor Market Outcomes.