Women have higher levels of sick leave than men, but it's not a higher work load that is to blame, according to new research. If we are to understand the causes of women's high levels of sick leave we must look beyond the workplace, says researcher Anne May Melsom.
The art of transformation in urban areas will be realised by creating moments of possibility.
Parents on Oslo’s East side have little reason to fear that a high proportion of immigrant pupils in schools in itself hampers student performance, according to new research.
A comment on Atkinson and Deeming's ‘Class and cuisine in contemporary Britain
Feb 9, 2016
Magne Flemmen og Johs. Hjellbrekke (UiB) har på trykk en artikkel i siste utgave av The Sociological Review.
Cash for childcare schemes in the Nordic welfare states: diverse paths, diverse outcomes
Jan 20, 2016
In this article published in European Societies, Anne Lise Ellingsæter and Ann-Zofie Duvander examine what the introduction of a familistic family policy measure like cash for childcare benefit means in the Nordic welfare states. The analysis displays diverse national policy processes and policy outputs and wide variation in parents’ responses to this policy incentive.
Abstract and full text for subscribers at www.tandfonline.com
Research Integrity in the Nordic countries – national systems and procedures
Jan 18, 2016
Ragnvald Kalleberg har dokumentert og analysert det norske forskningsetiske systemet. På nordisk seminar arrangert av NordForsk. Publisert i: Research Integrity in the Nordic countries – national systems and procedures. Rapport fra NordForsk Expert Seminar (2015).
Last ned rapporten fra www.nordforsk.org