• KOMMODE - a model of local government spending behavior in Norway

    Models used in Statistics Norway

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    A microeconomic model KOMMODE has been developed to analyze the spending behavior of local governments.

  • MAKKO

    Models used in Statistics Norway

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    MAKKO is a macro model for local government service production in Norway. The model is used to project employment and the number of clients in different local public services, and contains submodels for services like kindergartens, primary and secondary education, health care and care for the elderly.

  • The Norwegian tax-benefit model LOTTE

    Models used in Statistics Norway

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    The Norwegian tax-benefit model LOTTE is a microsimulation model developed to predict distributional and revenue effects of changes in the taxation of individuals in Norway.

  • REGARD

    Models used in Statistics Norway

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    Regional labour market development is a result of the interaction between supply and demand mechanisms in spatial labour markets.