Charlotte Koren

She is an economist. She worked for several years at Statistics Norway, contructing tax models of studying income distribution, with a special interest for gender. Later, she worked at Norwegian Social Research where her field was women in The national Insurance. She has studied women's pensions, family benefits, support for single parents, etc. She has been especially interested in women's unpaid household work and how this may be reflected in the social security system. In 2012 she published a book "Kvinnenes rolle I norsk økonomi" (The role of women in the Norwegian economy), where she analyzes the historic transformation from the housewife society in the 1960s to the present two income family.