Mikkel has solid experience with register analyses in the fields of health economics and socioeconomics. He is excellent at micro-econometric methods and causality analyses.
Mikkel has a PhD in economics from the University of Southern Denmark where he has carried out research on the effects political social and health initiatives have on labour supply. Through his PhD, he has gained great experience with impact assessments in the fields of health and social care, data handling and statistical programming.
Mikkel is convinced that any answer can be found in data. He is passionate about data-driven analysis and about finding new and creative ways of using the growing amount of accessible data that can provide insights into all types of issues.