Accepted papers

Accepted papers as of today. The papers will be organized into thematic streams and a session program to be published in week 41.

 

Aina A. Kane UiT the Arctic University of Norway Nav as a collaborating actor within work-promoting services
Christina Holm-Petersen The Danish Center of Social Science Research Coordinated and integrated services for vulnerable citizens: Is this leading to less bureaucracy? 
Dorte Caswell and Flemming Larsen Aalborg University Personalised Services, co-production or co-creation as possible pathways to overcome the shortcomings of welfare conditionality for vulnerable groups? - Lessons from Denmark
Eli Skjeseth INN University Cross sectional management in piloting projects involving welfare counsellors in upper secondary schools in Norway 2013-18
Elisabeth Ugreninov NOVA, OsloMet Is the Norwegian Introduction Programme a pathway to labour market integration for female immigrants? 
Erika Gubrium OsloMet Using biographical reference points to map the labor integration experience of non-western immigrants
Gagan Chhabra  OsloMet A conversation beyond employment barriers: comparing employment narratives of young adults with visual impairments from Oslo and Delhi
Gustavo Sugahara  Follow-up of job seekers with mental health problems: Barriers and dilemmas  Labour market participation, demographic change and family links: How urbanization and ageing are changing the integration playing field in Norway
Ira Malmberg-Heimonen NOVA, OsloMet The effects of the coordination of services on employment and earnings for families in poverty: a cluster randomized study
Jeanette Engeland  Aldring og helse Participation in employment and daycare for people with intellectual disabilities – random or systematic? A Norwegian population-based registry study
Kjetil Wathne OsloMet Working relationships in encounters between immigrant women and the Norwegian welfare system
Kjetil Frøyland AFI, OsloMet Difficult work inclusion: challenges and opportunities at the workplace revealed in recent studies.
Lone Vesterby and Per Westersø VIA University College Developing the role as a coordinating social worker in the Danish unemployment system – with a citizen perspective
Magne Bråthen   Follow-up of job seekers with mental health problems: Barriers and dilemmas 
Mari Svendsen  Kristiania The organisational effects of work inclusion – a prospective mixed-methods study
Rik van Berkel Utrecht University An employer perspective on employer engagement in promoting the labour-market of vulnerable jobseekers
Siri Yde Aksnes AFI, OsloMet Tendering of active labour market services in Norway: How do street level workers cope?
Talieh Sadeghi OsloMet Social Workers’ Dedication in an Activation Work 
Therese Saltkjel OsloMet Conceptualizing service integration for work inclusion of vulnerable citizens. The transferability of models from other fields
Vegar Bjørnshagen NOVA, OsloMet Do employers prefer non-disabled job applicants? A correspondence test experiment on disability discrimination
Vidar Bakkeli OsloMet Integrating activation and mental health services. Implementation and professional practices in an evidence-based service model
Åsmund Hermansen  OsloMet A new way to assess the role of “heterogeneity” in social assistance dynamics
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