The Institute for Social Research has conducted research on migration since the end of the 1960s.
Migration researchers at the institute study issues such as migration control and social inequality, policy and politics, the labour market and educational inequalities from a migration and integration perspective.
Since the end of the 1960s, the Institute for Social Research has conducted research on migration. In recent years, migration researchers at the institute have generated knowledge about assisted return, forced marriage, unaccompanied minor asylum seekers, citizenship, participation in public debate and new knowledge on the nature and extent of hate speech.
The relationship between immigration and welfare, and popular support for the welfare state have been key topics, as has the role of civil society in immigration and integration processes.
- Ethnic differences in labour market participation, health and sickness absence among parents caring for disabled or chronically ill children
- European Strains
- Experiences with hate speech
- Governing and Experiencing Citizenship in Multicultural Scandinavia
- Immigration and Support for the Welfare State: Local and Institutional Responses
- Mindreårige for menneskehandel. De mindreåriges stemmer.
- Municipal housing measures for children and youth
- Pathways to Integration: The Second Generation in Education and Work in Norway
- Populism, Inequality and Institutions
- Prevalence of hate speech: Methodological challenges and a proposal for research design
- Refugee Employment and Welfare Dependence
- The Development of Citizenship Law in the Nordic Countries
- The Norwegian Integration Barometer
- The state of freedom of speech in Norway 2015-2017