Are Skeie Hermansen

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Visiting address Moltke Moes vei 31 Harriet Holters hus 0851 OSLO
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Academic Interests

  • Social stratification and intergenerational mobility
  • Immigrant-origin ethnic minorities in education and the labor market
  • Segregation across schools, neighborhoods, and workplaces

Background

  • Researcher, Department of Sociology and Human Geography, University of Oslo, 2019 – present
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Sociology and Human Geography, University of Oslo, 2015 – 2019
  • PhD Candidate, Department of Sociology and Human Geography, University of Oslo, 2010 – 2015
  • Visiting Student Research Collaborator, Office of Population Research, Princeton University, 2013 – 2014
  • Doctoral Candidate, Swedish Institute for Social Research (SOFI), Stockholm University, 2010
  • MA Sociology, University of Oslo, 2009
  • Visiting Student, Department of Sociology, University of California at Berkeley, Spring 2009 and Spring 2005
  • Research Assistant, Department of Sociology and Human Geography, University of Oslo, 2007 – 2010
  • Research Assistant, Norwegian Centre for Addiction Research, University of Oslo, 2008

Courses Taught

  • SOS1120: Quantitative Methods
  • SOS2603: Nordic Welfare Society: Contemporary Perspectives
  • SOS4100: Social Inequality in the 21st Century: Egalitarian Norway in Comparative Perspective

Awards

  • Young CAS Fellow 2019/2020, Centre for Advanced Study at the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters
  • Best research contribution of the year 2016, Kunnskap Oslo
  • Best English article of the year 2016, Norwegian Sociological Association
  • Finalist in the European Consortium for Sociological Research (ECSR) PhD thesis prize 2016 
  • U.S.-Norway Fulbright Foundation for Educational Exchange, Grantee 2013-2014
  • Poster prize at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America (PAA) in New Orleans
  • Kunnskap Oslo-prize for MA-thesis 2009

Collaboration

  • Ethnic Segregation in Schools and Neighbourhoods: Consequences and Dynamics – Gunn Elisabeth Birkelund (PI)
  • Comparative Organizational Inequality Network – Donald Tomaskovic Devey (PI)

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Publications

  • Reisel, Liza; Hermansen, Are Skeie & Kindt, Marianne Takvam (2019). Norway: Ethnic (In)equality in a Social Democratic Welfare State, In Peter A. J. Stevens & A. Gary Dworkin (ed.),  The Palgrave Handbook of Race and Ethnic Inequalities in Education.  Palgrave Macmillan.  ISBN 978-3-319-94723-5.  Kapittel 20.  s 843 - 884 Full text in Research Archive.
  • Hermansen, Are Skeie (2017). Age at arrival and life chances among childhood immigrants. Demography.  ISSN 0070-3370.  54(1), s 201- 229 . doi: 10.1007/s13524-016-0535-1 Full text in Research Archive.
  • Hermansen, Are Skeie (2017). Et egalitært og velferdsstatlig integreringsparadoks? Om sosioøkonomisk integrering blant innvandrere og deres etterkommere i Norge. Norsk sosiologisk tidsskrift.  ISSN 2535-2512.  1(1), s 15- 34 . doi: 10.18261/issn.2535-2512-2017-01-02
  • Hermansen, Are Skeie (2016). Barn av innvandrere i utdanning og arbeidsliv, I: Ivar Frønes & Lise Kjølsrød (red.),  Det norske samfunn, bind 1..  Gyldendal Akademisk.  ISBN 9788205490208.  7.  s 155 - 178
  • Hermansen, Are Skeie (2016). Moving up or falling behind? Intergenerational socioeconomic transmission among children of immigrants in Norway. European Sociological Review.  ISSN 0266-7215.  32(5), s 675- 689 . doi: 10.1093/esr/jcw024
  • Hermansen, Are Skeie & Birkelund, Gunn Elisabeth (2015). The impact of immigrant classmates on educational outcomes. Social Forces.  ISSN 0037-7732.  94(2), s 615- 646 . doi: 10.1093/sf/sov073 Show summary
  • Hermansen, Are Skeie (2013). Occupational Attainment Among Children of Immigrants in Norway: Bottlenecks into Employment––Equal Access to Advantaged Positions?. European Sociological Review.  ISSN 0266-7215.  29(3), s 517- 534 . doi: 10.1093/esr/jcr094
  • Mohn, Ferdinand A & Hermansen, Are Skeie (2013). Kan vi forbedre våre årsaksslutninger ved å tegne grafer? En innføring i den kontrafaktiske modellen og kausale grafer (DAGs). Sosiologi i dag.  ISSN 0332-6330.  43(3), s 9- 38
  • Hermansen, Are Skeie (2007). Exceptional Individualism? American Individualism and Socioeconomic Inequality. Sosiologisk Årbok.  ISSN 0808-288X.  (3-4), s 81- 117

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  • Hermansen, Are Skeie (2018, 28. mai). Derfor lykkes noen innvandrergrupper.  Minerva (minervanett.no).
  • Hermansen, Are Skeie (2018, 08. januar). Stadig flytting hindrer integrering.  Vårt Land.
  • Hermansen, Are Skeie (2017, 24. oktober). "- Norskfødte med innvandrerbakgrunn overrepresentert i høyere utdanning", Nyhetsmorgen, NRK P2. [Radio].  NRK P2.
  • Birkelund, Gunn Elisabeth & Hermansen, Are Skeie (2016, 29. november). Høy innvandrerandel på skolen gir ikke dårligere karakterer. [Radio].  NRK.
  • Hermansen, Are Skeie (2016, 15. oktober). Innvandrerbarna gjør en klassereise. [Internett].  Institutt for sosiologi og samfunnsgeografi, UiO.
  • Hermansen, Are Skeie (2016). Innvandrerbarnas klassereise. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.).  ISSN 0804-3116.
  • Birkelund, Gunn Elisabeth & Hermansen, Are Skeie (2015, 15. oktober). – Norske elever gjør det like bra på skoler med mange innvandrere.  Nettavisen.
  • Hermansen, Are Skeie (2015). Coming of age, getting ahead? Assessing socioeconomic assimilation among children of immigrants in Norway.
  • Hermansen, Are Skeie (2015, 12. oktober). Gjør det like bra med mange innvandrerbarn i klassen. [Internett].  Institutt for sosiologi og samfunnsgeografi, UiO.
  • Lillehagen, Mats; Birkelund, Gunn Elisabeth & Hermansen, Are Skeie (2013). Yrkesprestisje og opprykk. En studie av norskfødte etterkommere av innvandrere mellom 2003-2010 .
  • Hermansen, Are Skeie (2012). Immigrant Children's Age at Arrival, Skill Formation and Life Chances in Adulthood.
  • Hermansen, Are Skeie (2012). Immigrant Classmates, School Segregation and Educational Outcomes: Panel Evidence fra Norwegian Administrative Data.
  • Birkelund, Gunn Elisabeth; Hermansen, Are Skeie & Evensen, Øystein (2011). Skolesegregering – et problem?.
  • Birkelund, Gunn Elisabeth; Hermansen, Are Skeie & Evensen, Øystein (2011). Skolesegregering – et problem?.
  • Birkelund, Gunn Elisabeth; Hermansen, Are Skeie & Evensen, Øystein (2011). Skolesegregering – et problem?.
  • Hermansen, Are Skeie (2011). Immigrant Classmates, School Segregation and Educational Outcomes: Panel Evidence from Norwegian Administrative Data.
  • Hermansen, Are Skeie & Birkelund, Gunn Elisabeth (2011). Ethnic School Segregation and Educational Achievement: Evidence from Comprehensive Lower Secondary Schools in Norway.
  • Birkelund, Gunn Elisabeth; Hermansen, Are Skeie & Evensen, Øystein (2010). Skolesegregering – et problem? Elevsammensetning, frafall og karakterer i Oslo-skolen.
  • Gunn Elisabeth, Birkelund; Hermansen, Are Skeie & Øystein, Evensen (2010). Segregering i Oslo-skolen? Betydningen av andel elever med minoritetsbakgrunn i grunnskoler og videregående skoler for elevenes skolepresasjoner og frafall.
  • Hermansen, Are Skeie (2010). Innvandrernes etterkommere gjør det godt i arbeidslivet. Oslospeilet.  (3), s 22- 29
  • Hermansen, Are Skeie (2010). Integreringen går bedre enn du tror!. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.).  ISSN 0804-3116.
  • Hermansen, Are Skeie (2010). Mot en ny norsk middelklasse. Dagbladet.  ISSN 0805-3766.
  • Hermansen, Are Skeie (2010). Occupational Attainment among Children of Immigrants in Norway: Bottlenecks into Employment—Equal Access to Advantaged Positions.
  • Hermansen, Are Skeie (2010). Unmaking the Vertical Mosaic? Occupational Class Attainment and Access to Employment among Second-Generation Immigrants in Norway.
  • Hermansen, Are Skeie (2009). Unmaking the Vertical Mosaic? Occupational Class Attainment among Second-Generation Immigrants in Norway.

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