Ole Røgeberg received his PhD in Economics at the University of Oslo, Norway, in 2004. After two years working as a management consultant for McKinsey & Company, he returned to research in 2006 at the Frisch Centre for Economic Research in Oslo. His work tends to fall into three types: Work on methodology, often using rational addiction theory to discuss problems with the way claims are evaluated in Economics. Work on climate/energy, using laboratory experiments and numerical models. And, finally, empirical work on Norwegian administrative register data. His work has appeared in Philosophy of Science, Journal of Economic Methodology, Journal of Health Economics and Rationality and Society.