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13 October 2017
The social and moral responsibility for the children lies primarily with the mother, particularly at celebrations and festive seasons, according to Kristine Warhuus Smeby.
14 September 2017
A new study shows that the gender gap in management increases after couples have their first child.
3 May 2017
When Harriet Bjerrum Nielsen interviewed three generations of Norwegian women and men, she discovered how the emotional perception of gender has developed over time.
21 December 2015
Both male and female researchers with children struggle to combine career and family. The competition is coming more and more from international researchers who don’t have children or access to welfare benefits such as parental leave.
13 January 2015

They used to work in the financial services industry in London, but left their career and became fulltime mothers in Norway. Not because they need to look after house and husband, but in order to spend time with the children.

4 December 2014

The modern man is a dad with a capital D, and he doesn’t mind cleaning the house every once in a while. But it is not his responsibility that mum has to work part time in order to make family life work.

13 November 2014

The Norwegian birth rate is higher than in the rest of Europe not only because they put their faith in the welfare state. They can’t imagine a good life without children.

9 September 2014

In order to manage a full time job it is necessary for women to have short distances between home, work, kindergarten and the supermarket.

31 January 2012

Women in Southern Europe wish they could live under a Nordic-style welfare state so they could improve their lives as women. But the financial crisis has made their dreams less realistic than ever. This is according to John Eriksen, a researcher at the Norwegian Social Research Institute and the co-editor of a new book on women’s lives in Europe.

14 April 2011

Malaysian IT employees are required to work until 5:30 pm every day, while their Norwegian colleagues often work a flexi-time schedule. So why is it the Norwegians who complain about a time crunch?

11 April 2007

The old measures cannot take us all the way. The key to economic gender equality is the father, claims economist Hilde Bojer.

Publikasjoner

Forfatter(e):
Bjørnholt, Margunn og Kari Stefansen
Publisert:
2018
Forfatter(e):
Bjørnholt, Margunn, Kari Stefansen, Agata Wężyk and Dorota Merecz-Kot
Publisert:
2017
Forfatter(e):
Brandth, Berit, Sigtona Halrynjo & Elin Kvande (Eds.)
Publisert:
2017