Research on labour and working life is a long-standing tradition at the Institute for Social Research.
At the Institute for Social Research, there is a long-standing tradition of research on labour and working life. The overarching goal is to produce high-quality empirical research on topics of relevance to society. Both quantitative and qualitative analyses are conducted. The quantitative research focuses on the behaviour of individuals and companies.
In recent years, we have expanded our research to include topics related to education, welfare and migration. All of these new topics are thematically linked to the labour market.
Much of the research is conducted on administrative register data, but we also utilise survey data and, in recent years, we have also field experiments in our research on working life.
- 1+1 project
- Between Income Maintenance and Activation: the legitimacy, implementation and outcomes of social security policies (TREfF-2)
- Changing familes and the gender revolution (FAMGEN)
- Changing health and skills requirements in the labour market?
- Determined to succeed? Maturation, Motivation and Gender Gaps in Educational Achievement
- Education to work transitions: the role of work capacity, skills and health
- European Strains
- Evaluation of reduced payment schemes for kindergartens
- Evaluation of the parental leave scheme – gender equality effects
- Gender Segregation in the Labour Market
- Governing and Experiencing Citizenship in Multicultural Scandinavia
- Immigration and Support for the Welfare State: Local and Institutional Responses
- Mandatory activation for welfare recipients below age 30
- NORDICORE – Nordic Centre for Research on Gender Equality in Research and Innovation
- Pathways to Integration: The Second Generation in Education and Work in Norway
- Populism, Inequality and Institutions
- Refugee Employment and Welfare Dependence
- The Social Impact of Housing
- Understanding the gender gap in sickness absence
- Work-family balance and Norway’s fertility decline