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Agustin, L R , Borchorst A, Teigen M. (2020). Virkosmhedskvotering i Danmark og Norge. [Corporate Quotas in Denmark and Norway] In Borchorst A, Dahlerup D (Ed.), Konflikt og konsensus. Det danske ligestillingspolitiske regime. [Conflict and Consensus. The Danish Gender Equality Regime] (pp. 109-136). København:Frydenlund

Andersen J, Nielsen M, Simone N, Lewiss R, Jagsi R, (2020). “COVID-19 medical papers have fewer women first authors than expected”, eLife

Brady E, Nielsen M, Andersen J, Oertelt-Prigione S, (2020). “Lack of consideration of sex and gender in clinical trials for COVID-19” (preprint).

Carlsson M, Finseraas H, Midtbøen A, Rafnsdóttir G, (2020). Gender Bias in Academic Recruitment? Evidence from a Survey Experiment in the Nordic Region. European Sociological Review,

Duvander A-Z, Halldén K, Koslowski A, Sjögren Lindquist G. (2020) Income loss and leave taking : Do financial benefit top-ups influence fathers’ parental leave use in Sweden?, Stockholm: Stockholm University. (Stockholm Research Reports in Demography).

Einarsdottir T, Rafnsdottir G, Sigurdardottir M, Torfason M, (2020). Networks, homogeneity and gender in Icelandic business elites. Scandinavian Journal of Management,

Jonsdottir, I.J., Rafnsdottir, G.L. and Ólafsdóttir, T. (2020), "Job strain, gender and well-being at work: a case study of public sector line managers", International Journal of Workplace Health Management, Vol. 13 No. 4, pp. 445-460.

Moratti, S. (2020a). “Do Low-Openness, Low-Transparency Procedures in Academic Hiring Disadvantage Women?” Social Sciences9(6): 89.

Moratti, S. (2020b). “A woman’s place is in the ‘home’? Gender-specific hiring patterns in academia in gender-equal Norway”. Journal of Sociology

Moratti, S., (2021). “Contemporary fairy tales: narrating women academics through metaphors” (in press, forthcoming). Feminist Encounters: A Journal of Critical Studies in Culture and Politics (special issue on Research and Innovation edited by Gabriele Griffin, Liisa Husu, Yvonne Benschop).

Nielsen, M. W , (2020). Gender in academic recruitment and selection. In Canavan, S., Drew E (Ed.), The Gender-sensitive University: A Contradiction in Terms? (pp. 28-40). London: Routledge

Pietilä, M., and Kosunen, S. (2020). “Tutkijakoulutettujen lapsiluvun kehitys Suomessa 1987–2016”, Yhteiskuntapolitiikka [The number of children among people with a research training degree in Finland 1987–2016], 85(4), pp. 425-433.

Pietilä, M., Pinheiro, R. (2020) “Reaching for different ends through tenure track—institutional logics in university career systems”. Higher Education

Sigursteinsdóttir, H., Rafnsdóttir, G.L. and Einarsdóttir, T. (2020), “Threats and physical violence in female-dominated workplaces in times of an economic crisis”, International Journal of Workplace Health Management13(4), pp. 377-392.

Silander C, (2020). Agenda 2030 and the EU on gender equality. Implementing Sustainable Development Goals in Europe. (pp. 54-78).

Silander C, Haake U, Lindberg L, Riis U, (2021). Nordic research on gender equality in academic careers: a literature review. European Journal of Higher Education,


Andersen, J. P., Schneider, J. W., Jagsi, R., & Nielsen, M. W. (2019). Gender variations in citation distributions in medicine are very small and due to self-citation and journal prestige. Elife8

Einarsdóttir Th. Rafnsdóttir G.L., Valdimarsdóttir M. (2019) Structural disadvantage or Less Driven Women? Manager's Views on Gender Disparities and Gender Quotas in Leadership Positions. Politics & Gender. På nett 1. april 2019, 

Erdal, M.B., Knutsen, C.H. & Midtbøen A.H. (2019): Internasjonalisering, mangfold og diskriminering i norsk akademia. Nytt norsk tidsskrift, 36(3), 288-295.

Hjálmsdóttir A & Einarsdóttir M. (2019). “Sometimes I feel like a hamster in wheel”. Work life balance among Icelandic families. The journal of Icelandic Society, 10(1), 4-20.

Holst, C., Skjeie, H. og Teigen, M.  (2019). Likestillingspolitikk og europeisk integrasjon. I: C. Holst, H. Skjeie & M. Teigen (red.). Europeisering av nordisk likestillingspolitikk (s. 11-34) Oslo: Gyldendal Akademisk.

Lagesen, V. A. (2019) Making positive circles of inclusion: women in computer science. Gender and Culture in Asia3, 27-42.

Midtbøen, A. H. & Teigen, M. (2019). Verdipolarisering i norsk kontekst? Avstand mellom elite og befolkning i holdninger til innvandring og likestilling. Politica, 51(1), 61-81.

Nielsen, M. W., & Börjeson, L. (2019). Gender diversity in the management field: Does it matter for research outcomes? Research Policy48(7), 1617-1632.

Orupabo, J., Drange, I. & Abrahamsen, B. (2019). Multiple Frames of Success: How Second-Generation Immigrants Experience Educational Support and Belonging, Higher Education

Staub M. and Rafnsdóttir G.L. (2019).  Gender, agency, and time use among doctorate holders: The case of Iceland. Time and Society, 29(1), 143-165.

Skjeie, H., Holst, C. & Teigen, M. (2019). Helt isolert? Hvordan Norge påvirkes av – og selv påvirker – EUs likestillingspolitikk. I: C. Holst, H. Skjeie & M. Teigen (red.) Europeisering av nordisk likestillingspolitikk (s. 218-237), Oslo: Gyldendal Akademisk.

Sørensen, S. Ø., Lagesen, V. A., Sørensen, K. H., Kristensen, G. K. (2019) Kjønnsbalanse gjennom aksjonsforskning og lokal kunnskaping. Tidsskrift for kjønnsforskning, 43(2), 108-127.

Teigen, M. & Karlsen, R. (2019). Influencing Elite Opinion on Gender Equality through Framing: A Survey Experiment of Elite Support for Corporate Board Gender Quotas. Politics & Gender, På nett 14. juni 2019,

Teigen, M., Skjeie, H., Karlsen, R. (2019) Framing and feedback: increased support for gender quotas among elites, European Journal of Politics and Gender2(3), 399-418,

Teigen, M. & Skjeie, H. (2019). Den nordiske likestillingsmodellen: Statistikk og politikk. I: C. Holst, H. Skjeie & M. Teigen (red.) 2019. Europeisering av nordisk likestillingspolitikk. (s. 35-56. Oslo: Gyldendal Akademisk,

Torfason M.Þ., Einarsdóttir Þ, Rafnsdóttir G.L., Sigurðardóttir M.S (2019) Networks, Homogeneity and Gender in Icelandic Business Elites. Skandinavian Journal of Management, 36(1).


Andersen, J. P., & Nielsen, M. W. (2018). Google Scholar and Web of Science: Examining gender differences in citation coverage across five scientific disciplines. Journal of Informetrics12(3), 950-959.

Axelsdottir, L. & Halrynjo, S. (2018). Gender Balance in Executive Management: Top-Managers' Understanding of Barriers and Solutions from the Demand-Supply Perspective. Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State and Society, 25(2), 287- 314.

Boye, K & Grönlund, A. (2018) Workplace skill investments – an early career glass ceiling? Job complexity and wages among young professionals in Sweden, Work, Employment and Society32(2), 368-386.

Carlsson, M., Stefan, E., Rooth, D. (2018). Job search methods and wages: are natives and immigrants different?. Manchester School. 86(2). 219-247.

Carlsson, M., Reshid, A., Rooth, D. (2018). Neighborhood signaling effects, commuting time, and employment: evidence from a field experiment. International journal of manpower. 39(4), 534-549.

Carlsson, M., Fumarco, L., Rooth, D. (2018). Ethnic discrimination in hiring, labour market tightness and the business cycle : evidence from field experiments. Applied Economics. 50(24), 2652-2663.

Grönlund, A. & Öun, I. (2018) Beyond the Mummy Track? Part-time Rights, Gender and Career-Family Dilemmas, Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies8(3), 1-22.

Grönlund, A. & Öun, I. (2018) In search of family-friendly careers? Professional strategies, work conditions and gender differences in work-family conflict, Community, Work and Family21(1), 87-105.

Grönlund, A. & Öun, I. (2018) The gender-job satisfaction paradox and the dual-earner society: are women (still) making work-family trade-offs?, Work: A journal of Prevention, Assesment and rehabilitation59(4), 535-545.

Júlíusdóttir, Ó., Rafnsdóttir, G. L. and Einarsdóttir Th. (2018) Top managers and the gendered interplay of organizations and family life: the case of Iceland, Gender in Management: An International Journal, 33(8).602-622,

Kitterød, R. H. & Teigen, M. (2018). Bringing Managers Back in: Support for Gender Equality Measures in the Business Sector. Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies8(3).

Løken, M., Sørensen, S. Ø. (2018) Materielle praksiser og erfaringer “kick back”. En sosiomateriell analyse av beretninger om utdanningsvalg. Nordina: Nordic studies in science education, 14(4) 368-380.

Moratti, S. (2018) What's in a word? On the use of metaphors to describe the careers of women academics. Gender and Education s.1-11.

Nielsen, M. W., Bloch, C. W., Schiebinger, L. (2018). Making gender diversity work for scientific discovery and innovation. Nature Human Behaviour, 2(10)726–734.

Rafnsdottir G. L. & Weigt J. (2018). Challenging the gender division of labour. A case study in support and obstacles in practice. Sex Roles. På nett 29. mars 2018,

Rafnsdóttir, G. L. & Júlíusdóttir, Ó. (2018). Reproducing gender roles through virtual work: The case of senior management, International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics. 14(1) 77-94.

Skjeie, H., Holst, C. & Teigen, M. (2018). Splendid isolation. On how a non-member is affected by – and affects – EU gender equality policy. I: M. Dustin, N. Ferreira, S. Millns (red.), Gender and Queer Perspectives on Brexit. London: Palgrave.

Sørensen, S. Ø. (2018) Women to the rescue? Gender, power and idealism in the third sector. I A. Bolsø, S. H. B. & Svendsen, & S. Ø. Sørensen (Red.), Bodies, Symbols and Organizational Practice. The Gendered Dynamics of Power. (s. 167-186) Routledge.

Teigen, M. (2018). Can descriptive representation be justified outside politics? I: F. Engelstad, C. Holst, & G. C. Aakvaag (red.), Democratic state and democratic society. Institutional change in the Nordic model. DeGruyter Open

Teigen, M. (2018). The “natural” prolongation of the Norwegian Gender Equality Policy Institution. I: E. Lépinard, & R. R. Marin (red.), Transforming Gender Citizenship: The irresistible rise of gender quotas in Europe (s. 341-365) kapittel 11, Cambridge University Press.


Boye, K., Halldén, K., & Magnusson, C. (2017). Stagnation only on the surface? The implications of skill and family responsibilities for the gender wage gap in Sweden, 1974-2010, British Journal of Sociology, 68(4), 595-619.

Grönlund, A., Halldén., K. & Magnusson, C. (2017). A Scandinavian A Scandinavian Success Story? Women’s Labour Market Outcomes in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden, Acta Sociologica 60(2), 97-119.

Magnusson, C. & Nermo, M. (2017). Gender, parenthood and wage differences – the importance of time-consuming job characteristics, Social Indicators Research 131(2), 797-816.

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