CORE-statuses and indicators gives you an overview of CORE's research on gender equality in the labour market.
Norway is considered one of the most gender-equal countries in the world, but there are still systemic differences that affect the opportunities available to men and women in society.
Female professors are underrepresented, but this study shows that female candidates are considered more competent and suitable for permanent employment compared with equally qualified male candidates.
Diversity has become a positive buzzword. However, the concept often masks ambiguities in terms of who we are talking about, what we are trying to achieve and how we are going to achieve it.
Maps the gender balance of the executive committees and boards of the largest companies in Norway.
Women are in demand in the finance industry, and they get opportunities. Many both can and want to succeed. Nevertheless, some characteristics of the industry explain why women do not reach the top.
What is the status of gender equality in academia in the different Scandinavian countries?
The cleaning profession has gone from being among the most female-dominated professions, to getting a significant proportion of male workers – especially with immigrant background.
This indicator gives an overview of the Gender Pay Gap in Norway.
Over the years more and more women har started to work. Now they are almost half of the norwegian workforce. With more female participation the norwegian GDP has raised with over 3 trillion kroner, and could be higher if every women worked full-time.
This CORE-status provides an overview of the developments and consequences of the Icelandic equal pay standard and examines how the Icelandic standard differs from Norwegian instruments for reducing the gender pay gap.
CORE status provides an overview of what we know about parental leave and father's quota.
To what extent does gender balance vary in top positions between business, academia, public sector and sivil society organizations?