Rasmus is an economist and works primarily with registry-based quantitative analysis in the areas of labour market, education and the social area.
Areas of Knowledge
Rasmus’ work is in labour market-related areas, such as employment rate, payment of public benefits and educational effects on the labour market. Moreover, Rasmus has extensive experience in work with health registries and combining these with other registry data.
In terms of method, Rasmus especially works with econometric evaluations of endeavours in the labour market and social areas, socio-economic cost-benefit analyses and benchmarking.
Rasmus has an MSc in environmental and natural resource economics and a PhD in economy. His previous employments are as a clerk in the Danish Economic Councils’ Secretariat and in the DREAM group, and as an analyst/senior advisor for Centre for Economic and Business Research (CEBR) at CBS. Through this work, he has acquired extensive knowledge of the Danish economy and methods for analysis of socio-economic issues. Rasmus has carried out a large number of analyses of Danish economy issues for Danish stakeholders.