Here you find a list of publications that relates to gender, gender equality and diversity in research. Only publications in English, concerning Norwegian affairs, are included. The list does not include publications concerning student recruitment to universities and university colleges. The list is in reverse chronological order.
Aksnes, D. W., Piro, F. N. & Rørstad, K. (2019). Gender gaps in international research collaboration: a bibliometric approach. Scientometrics. August 2019, Volume 120, Issue 2, pp 747–774.
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Reisel, L.; Hermansen, A. S.; Kindt, M. T. (2019). Norway: Ethnic (In)equality in a social-Democratic Welfare State. In: Stevens, P. & Dworkin, A. G. (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Race and Ethnic Inequalities in Education, pp 843-884, chapter 20.
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Thun, C. (2019). Excellent and gender equal? Academic motherhood and ‘gender blindness’ in Norwegian academia. Gender Work and Organization, April 2019.
Kindt, M. Takvam (2018). Beyond heritage and acculturation. Accounts of upbringing, choices, and plans from children of immigrants in prestigious higher education in Norway. Oslo: University of Oslo.
Notes: PhD - Faculty of Educational Sciences, University of Oslo.
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Korsvik, R. T. (2018). What is the gender dimension in research? Case studies in interdisciplinary research.
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Moratti, S. (2018). What’s in a word? On the use of metaphors to describe the careers of women academics. Gender and Education, October 2018.
Nygaard, L. P. & Bahgat, K. (2018). What’s in a number? How and why measuring research productivity in different ways changes the gender gap. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, xxx, s. 1-13
Nygaard, L. P. & Bellanova, R. (2018). Lost in Quantification: Scholars and the Politics of Bibliometrics, in Curry, Mary Jane; & Theresa Lillis, eds, Global Academic Publishing: Policies, Perspectives and Pedagogies. Bristol: Multilingual Matters (23–36)
Nygaard, L. P. (2017). Publishing and perishing: an academic literacies framework for investigating research productivity. Studies in Higher Education, 42(3), s. 519-532
Sümer, S. (2017). Difference as Resource? A Pilot Study on Diversity at Uni Research. Uni Research Rokkan Centre
Solheim, M. C. W. & Fitjar, R. D. (2016). Foreign Workers Are Associated with Innovation, But Why? International Networks as a Mechanism. International Regional Science Review, 41(3), s. 311-334
Committee for Gender Balance and Diversity in Research. Curt Rice (chair). Rødland, A. W. (2016). Using restructuring to promote gender equality and diversity – a guide for the research sector. Oslo: KIF Committee
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New equality tool for mergers
Egeland, C., et al. (2016). ‘Being a foreigner is no advantage’. Career paths and barriers for immigrants in Norwegian academia. AFI Report 2016:12.
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Read more: Diversity in academia: Immigrants want to be included, but aren’t
Fjærtoft, R. Røhme (2014). Multiple job holding and Labour decisions among Norwegian Medical doctors. Oslo: Universitetet i Oslo
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Reubena, E., Sapienzab, P. & Zingales, L. (2014). How stereotypes impair women’s careers in science. PNAS, 111 nr. 12, s 4403–4408
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Committee for Gender Balance in Research. Gerd Bjørhovde (chair). Bergman S. (ed.). (2013). The Nordic region - a step closer to gender balance in research? Joint Nordic strategies and measures to promote gender balance among researchers in academia. TemaNord 2013:544. Nordic Council of Ministers 2013
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Read more: The Nordic region – a gender equality paradise?
Kyvik, S. & Bentleyz, P.S. (2013). “Individual Differences in Faculty Research Time Allocations Across 13 Countires”. Research in Higher Education 54(3), p. 329-348
Piro, F.N., Aksnes, D.W. & Rørstad, K. (2013). “A macro analysis of productivity differences across fields: Challenges in the measurement of scientific publishing”. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 64(2), p. 307–320
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Østby, G., Strand, H., Nordås, R. & Gleditsch N.P. (2013). Gender gap or gender bias in peace research? Publication patterns and citation rates for Journal of Peace Research, 1983–2008. International Studies Perspectives, 14, nr. 4, s. 493–506
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Ljunggren, E., & Kvidal, T. (2012). “Implementing ‘a Gender Perspective’ in an Innovation Policy Programme”. In: Andersson, S.et al. (Eds.) Promoting Innovation - Policies, practices and procedures. VInnoVA Swedish Governmental Agency for Innovation System
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Seierstad, C., & Healy, G. (2012). “Women’s equality in the Scandinavian academy: A distant dream?”. Work, Employment & Society 26(2), p. 296-313. SAGE
Sørensen, K. H., Faulkner, W. og Rommes E. (2012). Techologies of Inclusion: Gender in the Information Society. Tapir Academic Press
Corneliussen, H. G. (2012). Gender-Technology Relations: Exploring Stability and Change. Palgrave Macmillan
Bøe, M. V. (2012). What’s in it for me? Norwegian students’ choices of post-compulsory science in an expectancy-value perspective. Oslo: University of Oslo, Department of Teacher Education and School Research.
Notes: Ph. d.- University of Oslo
Karlsen, H. (2011). Not so unconventional after all: a quantitative study of men in care-oriented study programmes and professional occupations in Norway. Oslo: Oslo and Akershus College of Applied Sciences, Centre for the Study of Professions.
Notes: Ph. d. - Oslo and Akershus college of applied sciences
Aksnes, D. W., Rørstad, K., Piro, F., Sivertsen, G. (2011). Are female researchers less cited? A large-scale study of Norwegian scientists. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. Volume 62, Issue 4, p. 628–636
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Manuh, T. (2010). Gender Mainstreaming in the NUFU Programme. University of Ghana. SIU report series
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Committee for Gender Balance in Research. Gerd Bjørhovde (chair), Rustad, L. M. & Rødland, A. W. (eds.). (2010). Talent at stake. Changing the Culture of Research - Gender-sensitive leadership. Oslo: The committee
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Ministry of Education and Research (2009). Climate for Research. Summary in English: Report no. 30 to the Storting (2008-2009). Print: Government Administration Services 07/09 - Impression 400
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Committee for Mainstreaming - Women in Science. Gerd Bjørhovde (chair).(2008). Positive action in Norwegian higher education and research: Challenges and opportunities 2008– 2010. [Oslo: the Committee]
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Committee for Mainstreaming - Women in Science. Kari Melby (chair). (2007). Gender balance in academia – golden opportunities: final report final report from the Committee for Mainstreaming – Women in Science in Norway 2004-2007. [Oslo, the Committee]. Pages: 34 p.
Notes: This English report is an abridged and reworked version of the original Norwegian document: Kjønnsbalanse i akademia - gylne muligheter: Sluttrapport fra Komité for integreringstiltak - kvinner i forskning 2004-2006: Download .pdf
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Støren, L. A. & Arnesen C. Å. (2007). Women’s and men’s choice of higher education – what explains the persistent sex segregation in Norway? Studies in Higher Education, 32(2), 253-275.
Schreiner, C. (2006). Exploring a ROSE-garden: Norwegian youth’s orientations towards science - seen as signs of late modern identities: based on ROSE (The Relevance of Science Education), a comparative study of 15 year old students’ perceptions of science and science education. [Oslo]: Department of Teacher Education and School Development, Faculty of Education, University of Oslo, Unipub. Pages: 315 p. ill.
Notes: Ph. d. (dr. scient.) - University of Oslo
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Sinnes, A. (2006). Three approaches to gender equity in science education. Nordina, 3, p. 72-83
Olsen, T. B., Kyvik, S. & Hovdhaugen, E. (2005). The promotion to full professor - through competition or by individual competence?. Tertiary Education and Management. Dordrecht: Springer. P. 299-316
Lagesen, V. A. (2005). Extreme make-over? The making of gender and computer science. [Trondheim]: Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture, Faculty of Arts, Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Pages: X, 285, 5, 2 s. ill.
Notes: Ph. d. - Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Lykknes, A. (2005). Ellen Gleditsch: professor, radiochemist, and mentor. Trondheim: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Science and Technology, Department of Chemistry.
Notes: Ph. d. - Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim
Mastekaasa, A. (2005). Gender Differences in Educational Attainment. The Case of Doctoral Degrees in Norway. British Journal of Sociology of Education 26(3): 375-394
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Mastekaasa, A. & Smeby, J. C. (2005). Educational choice and persistence in male and female dominated fields. Oslo: Høgskolen i Oslo. Pages: 21 p.
Notes: Workingpaper; 03/05
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Eriksen, T. R. (2004). Gendered professional identity and professional knowledge in female health education - put into perspective by a follow-up study (1987-2002). NORA: Nordic Journal for Women’s Studies, 12(1), p. 20-30
Halsaa, B. (2004). Bed of Roses: Academic Feminism 1880-1980. In: H. Rømer Christensen, B. Halsaa & A. Saarinen (eds.), Crossing Borders: Re-mapping Women’s Movements at the Turn of the 21st Century (pp. 81-99). Odense: University Press of Southern Denmark
Mjelde, L. (2004). Women and apprenticeship: Industrial, technological skilling and gendering changes in the printing industry in Norway. In: A. Lindgren & A. Heikkinen (eds.), Social competences in vocational and continuing education (pp. 119-138). Bern: Peter Lang
Skaalvik, S. & Skaalvik, E. M. (2004). Gender differences in Math and verbal self-concept, performance expectations, and motivation. Sex Roles, 50(3-4), p. 241-252
Byberg, I. H. (2002). Immigrant women in Norway: A summary of findings on demography, education, labour and income. Oslo: Statistics Norway
Lappegård, T. (2002). Education attainment and fertility pattern among Norwegian women. Oslo: Statistics Norway
Nilsen, M. M. (ed.) (2002). Women in academia: a Nordic perspective: proceedings from the conference in Oslo 7th-9th May 2001. Oslo: NorFa. Pages: 52 p.: ill.
Skrede, K. (2002). Towards gender equality in Norway’s young generations?. In: J. Carling (ed.), Nordic demography: Trends and differentials (pp. 191-218). Oslo: Unipub Nordic Demographic Society
Rogg, E. (2001). Passion and Pain in Academia. Nora, 9, no. 3
Nielsen, H. B., & Rudberg, M. (2000). Gender, love and education in three generations - The way out and up. European Journal of Women’s Studies, 7(4), p. 423-453
Rønning, A. H. (2000). Gender, culture and powersharing in the Academy. In: M.-L. Kearney (ed.), Women, power and the Academy: From rhetoric to reality (pp. 99-109). Paris: UNESCO
Smeby, J. C. (2000). Same-gender relationships in graduate supervision. Higher Education, 40(1), p. 53-67
Busch, T., Fallan, L. & Pettersen, A. (1998). Gender differences in self-efficacy, goal commitment, organizational commitment and job satisfaction among university faculty. Trondheim: Høgskolen i Sør-Trøndelag, Avdeling for økonomisk-administrativ utdanning. Pages: 17 p. Volum: TØH-serien; 1998:9
Lexow, J. (1998). Education inventory on mainstreaming gender equality: overall report: final draft. Oslo: Nordic consulting group
Lexow, J. (1998). Education inventory on mainstreaming gender equality: overall report: part two: appendices. Oslo: Nordic consulting group
Nordli, H. (1998). From “Spice Girls” to cyber girls? The role of educational strategies in the construction of computer-enthusiastic girls in Norway. Trondheim: Senter for teknologi og samfunn, Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet
Sumer, S. (1998). Incongruent modernities: A comparative study of higher educated women from urban Turkey and Norway. Acta Sociologica, 41(2), p. 115-129
Lippe, G. V. D. (1997). Gender discrimination in the Norwegian academia: a hidden male game or an inspiration for postmodern feminist praxis?. Critical postmodernism in human movement, physical education, and sport. P. 27-37
Manger, T. (1997). Gender differences in mathematical achievement among Norwegian elementary school students: mean differences, subskill differences, and relationships to mathematics self-concept and spatial visualization. Bergen: Department of Psychosocial Science, Faculty of Psychology, University of Bergen
Soerlie, V., Talseth, A. G., & Norberg, A. (1997). Male nurses - Reasons for entering and experiences of being in the profession. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 11(2), p. 113-118
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Kyvik, S. & Teigen, M. (1996). Child Care, Research Collaboration and Gender Differences in Scientific Productivity. Science, Technology & Human Values, 21, no. 1, p. 54-71
Lie, S. S. et al. (eds.) (1994). The Gender gap in higher education. London: Kogan Page. Pages: x, 250 p.: ill. Volum: World yearbook of education
Nilsen, A. (1992). Women’s ways of “careering”: a life course approach to the occupational careers of three cohorts of engineers and teachers. [Bergen]: Department of Sociology, University of Bergen
Notes: (dr. philos.) - University of Bergen
Kyvik, S. (1991). Gender and productivity. Productivity in Academia: scientific publishing at Norwegian universities. Oslo: Rådet for samfunnsvitenskapelig forskning, NAVF: Universitetsforlaget. Pages: 256, 8 p.: fig. Volume: Studier i jus og samfunnsvitenskap; 5. Pages: 186-224
Notes: Rev. ed. of authors thesis published in 1990, title: Scientific publishing and productivity at Norwegian universities
Kyvik, S. (1990). Motherhood and scientific productivity. Social Studies of Science, 20, no. 1, p. 149-160
Eeg-Henriksen, F. (1985). The Role of women in higher education. The case of Norway. Oslo. Pages: 159 p. Volum: Notat / NAVF’s utredningsinstitutt; 8/85
Lie, S. S. (1966). An analysis of Norwegian educational attainment according to place of residence and sex, 1950. Washington, D.C.: The American University 1966. Pages: 210 p.