Developments in atypical work
This project will describe the development of atypical work in Norway over the time-period 1995-2020, investigate the consequences of the developments for employers and employees and investigate possible driving forces behind the developments. We will also investigate the role of the developments in EU-law for Norwegian work contracts. Atypical work includes fixed contracts, temporary agency work and self-employment. Atypical work will be compared to permanent contract work.
The project has five subprojects. The first three subprojects are quantitative and will use register data, AKU and other relevant surveys. The two last subprojects uses a qualitative (4) and legal (5) approach to the same questions that we ask in the quantitative part.
- Reprt: Atypisk arbeid i Norge, 1995–2018: Omfang, arbeidstakervelferd og overgangsrater
- Feature story: Forskere med ny studie: Det er ikke blitt mindre vanlig å være fast ansatt
The project has been approved by our Data Protection Officer SIKT. A DPIA has been carried out. The project includes the project Alternative Work Arrangements and Worker Welfare (ALTWORK).
This project receives data from various public registers from Statistics Norway. The researchers do not receive information that directly identifies you, such as name, social security number, postal address or the like. If you believe that the project, for example in its publications, still identifies you, you can complain to the Privacy Ombudsman. The Data Protection Officer will assist you and possibly arrange for changes in collaboration with the project manager. For questions about the processing of privacy information in this project, contact our Data Protection Officer.
|Maria Forthun Hoen Senior Research Fellow||PhD||+47 476 20 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Marjan Nadim Research Professor||PhD||+47 916 09 email@example.com|
|Julia Orupabo Senior Research Fellow||PhD||+47 976 66 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Marte Strøm Senior Research Fellow||PhD||+47 408 85 email@example.com|
|Mirjam Wentzel Senior Research Fellow||PhD||+47 468 74 555|
|Tarjei Bekkedal (UiO)|
|Tora Kjærnes Knutsen (UiO)|