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  • Local clothing: What is that? How an environmental policy concept is understood 

    Klepp, Ingun Grimstad; Haugrønning, Vilde; Laitala, Kirsi (International Journal of Fashion Studies (INFS);Volume 9, Number 1, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-04-01)
    The textile industry is characterized by global mass production and has an immense impact on the environment. One garment can travel around the world through an extensive value chain before reaching its final consumption ...
  • Workplace Inclusion Competence and Employer Engagement 

    Enehaug, Heidi; Spjelkavik, Øystein; Falkum, Eivind; Frøyland, Kjetil (Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies;Vol. 12 No. 1 (2022), Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-03-22)
    Existing active labor market policy (ALMP) measures have been unsuccessful in establishing longterm employment for vulnerable groups. This paper contributes to further development of the role of the employer engagement ...
  • How care holds humanity: the myth of Cura and theories of care 

    Hanisch, Halvor Melbye (Medical Humanities;Volume 48, Issue 1, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-09-14)
    Modern medicine has often struggled to grasp the cultural aspects of interpersonal care. The medical humanities, on the other hand, have struggled to grasp the embodied, intimate character of care. In a recent appeal to ...
  • Visualising the past for the future: a social semiotic reading of urban heritage 

    Skrede, Joar; Andersen, Bengt (Social Semiotics;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-02-02)
    Peterson, Norway, was a former cellulose factory that is in the process of being transformed into new usage. A landmark at the premises is the “digester,” a high-rise steel structure used to make cellulose before the factory ...
  • Indigenous groups and pandemics 

    Alves, Daniele Evelin; Mamelund, Svenn-Erik; Dimka, Jessica; Simonsen, Lone; Mølbak, Mathias; Ørskov, Søren; Sattenspiel, Lisa; Tripp, Lianne; Noymer, Andrew; Chowell-Puente, Gerardo; Dahal, Sushma; van Doren, Taylor P.; Wissler, Amanda; Heffernan, Courtney; Short, Kirsty Renfree; Battles, Heather; Baker, Michael (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-05-12)
    In addition to posing a major threat to global health, pandemics impact economic activity, as witnessed during the spread of COVID-19 around the globe. The disease risks, however, are not uniform for major pandemic threats. ...
  • The green shift? Narratives of changing cannabis policies and identity-work among Norwegian adolescents 

    Bilgrei, Ola Røed; Scheffels, Janne; Buvik, Kristin; Tokle, Rikke (Drugs: education prevention and policy;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-01-05)
    Recent years have seen a growing public debate concerning the political regulation of cannabis products, substantiated by a multitude of competing narratives about the effects of various policies. However, little is known ...
  • The welfare state and family. Intergenerational tensions and solidarity within the housing sector. 

    Sandlie, Hans Christian; Gulbrandsen, Lars (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2021)
  • Senter for velferd- og arbeidslivsforskning (SVA): Virksomhetsrapport 2021 

    Ukjent forfatter (Others, 2022)
    En oppsummering av SVAs virksomhet gjennom 2021.
  • COVID-19 and the Nordic Paradox: A call to measure the inequality reducing benefits of welfare systems in the wake of the pandemic 

    Friedman, Joseph; Calderon-Villarreal, Alhelí; Heggebø, Kristian; Balaj, Mirza; Bambra, Clare; Eikemo, Terje Andreas (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    The Nordic Paradox of inequality describes how the Nordic countries have puzzlingly high levels of relative health inequalities compared to other nations, despite extensive universal welfare systems and progressive tax ...
  • Exact and inexact decompositions of trade price indices 

    Benedictow, Andreas; Boug, Pål (Empirical Economics;62 (2022), Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-07-05)
    A reasonable concept for the true trade price index in situations where low-price countries capture market shares from high-price countries is the average price paid by importers for the same quality of good or service ...
  • Network and solitude satisfaction as modifiers of disadvantages in the quality of life of older persons who are challenged by exclusion from social relations: a gender stratified analysis 

    Pavlidis, George; Hansen, Thomas; Motel-Klingebiel, Andreas; Aartsen, Marja (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-03-21)
    This study examined from a gender-sensitive perspective the associations of exclusion from social relations (ESR) with the quality of life (QoL) of excluded older persons. Being satisfied with existing relations (i.e., ...
  • The Problem of Equal Opportunities in Housing. Immigrants in a Liberalized Housing Market 

    Søholt, Susanne (Scandinavian Studies in Law;68 Equality, March 2022, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-03)
    This chapter focuses on equality in the realm of housing, and the dilemma raised when universal policy objectives are combined with market mechanisms. More specifically, the focus here is on the equality of opportunities ...
  • Location, location, location!: a quality-adjusted rent index for the Oslo office market 

    Anundsen, André Kallåk; Bjørland, Christian; Hagen, Marius (Journal of European Real Estate Research;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-08-27)
    Purpose: Commonly used rent indices are based on average developments or expert opinions. Such indices often suffer from compositional biases or low data coverage. The purpose of this paper is to overcome these challenges ...
  • Core-city climate leadership in metropolitan contractual management agreements 

    Hanssen, Gro Sandkjær; Tønnesen, Anders (European Planning Studies;Volume 30, 2022 - Issue 2, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-07-01)
    Metropolitan governance and planning increasingly are understood as essential in managing urban growth and fostering a sustainable and climate-friendly metropolitan development. Lately, a contractual turn can be observed ...
  • Demonstrating trustworthiness when collecting and sharing genomic data: public views across 22 countries 

    Milne, Richard; Morley, Katherine I.; Almarri, Mohamed A.; Anwer, Shamim; Atutornu, Jerome; Baranova, Elena E.; Bevan, Paul; Cerezo, Maria; Cong, Yali; Costa, Alessia; Critchley, Christine; Fernow, Josepine; Goodhand, Peter; Hasan, Qurratulain; Hibino, Aiko; Houeland, Gry; Howard, Heidi C.; Hussain, S. Zakir; Malmgren, Charlotta Ingvoldstad; Izhevskaya, Vera L.; Jędrzejak, Aleksandra; Jinhong, Cao; Kimura, Megumi; Kleiderman, Erika; Leach, Brandi; Liu, Keying; Mascalzoni, Deborah; Mendes, Álvaro; Minari, Jusaku; Nicol, Dianne; Niemiec, Emilia; Patch, Christine; Pollard, Jack; Prainsack, Barbara; Rivière, Marie; Robarts, Lauren; Roberts, Jonathan; Romano, Virginia; Sheerah, Haytham A.; Smith, James; Soulier, Alexandra; Steed, Claire; Stefànsdóttir, Vigdis; Tandre, Cornelia; Thorogood, Adrian; Voigt, Torsten H.; Wang, Nan; West, Anne V.; Yoshizawa, Go; Middleton, Anna (Genome Medicine;13, Article number: 92 (2021), Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-05-25)
    Background: Public trust is central to the collection of genomic and health data and the sustainability of genomic research. To merit trust, those involved in collecting and sharing data need to demonstrate they are ...
  • Strekk i laget for den ‘nordiske modellenʼ? Arbeidsintegrering, universalismeprinsippet og trepartssamarbeid i Danmark og Norge under flyktningkrisen 

    Skjelbostad, Eivor Vold; Hernes, Vilde (Norsk Statsvitenskapelig Tidsskrift;Årgang 37, nr. 3-2021, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-09-17)
    ‘Den nordiske modellenʼ er unik i internasjonal sammenheng med sin omfattende, institusjonaliserte og universelle velferdspolitikk, men den står overfor utfordringer, særlig i møte med økt innvandring. Møter de nordiske ...
  • Norwegian social work and child welfare students’ attitudes toward research-supported treatments 

    Finne, Joakim; Malmberg-Heimonen, Ira (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    Evidence-based practice (EBP) has increasingly become a part of social work education, but there is a lack of knowledge about students’ attitudes towards it. This study evaluated Norwegian social work students’ attitudes ...
  • Ways to gain influence for residents in two gentrifying neighbourhoods: a comparison between Tøyen in Oslo and Lavapiés in Madrid 

    Reichborn-Kjennerud, Kristin; Ruano de la fuente, josé; Sorando, Daniel (Journal article, 2021)
    In gentrifying cities, entrepreneurial strategies often conflict with the interests of citizens. Cities deal with this differently. Participatory democracy is one method to avoid conflict through increased responsiveness ...
  • Dedication to work: social workers in a Norwegian activation work context 

    Sadeghi, Talieh; Terum, Lars Inge (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-04-20)
    Dedication to work is about enthusiasm for the job and feelings of pride and inspiration from one’s work, which is important due to its influence on work performance. We have surveyed dedication to work among 1347 trained ...
  • Samskapingsparadokset: Mindre byer, klimastyring og bærekraftig byutvikling 

    Vedeld, Trond (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022-04-01)
    Artikkelen analyserer hvordan tre mindre byer i Oslo regionen navigerer som aktører i klima- og bærekraftig byutvikling og hvilken rolle samskaping spiller for styring og strategiske beslutninger. Det pekes på et ...

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