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The Nordic model
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The Nordic model has gained much attention, both politically and scientific, in recent years. In the 1980s and 1990s the model was considered as not being viable, the model is now viewed as a role model for other societies, and there is strong international interest in knowledge that explains the model's growth and success.

Publications

  • Dølvik, J. E. & Oldervoll, J. (2019 in press). Norway: Averting Crisis through Coordination and Keynesian Welfare Policies. In S. Ólafsson, M. Daly, O. Kangas, J. Palme, eds., Welfare and the Great Recession. A Comparative Study. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  • Hagen, I. M. & Jensen, R. S. (2018). Trade union representatives from ethnic minorities. Representation revisited. Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research. SAGE Publishing.

  • Brochmann, G. & Dølvik, J. E. (2018). The Welfare State and International Migration: The European Challenge. In B. Greve, ed., Routledge Handbook of the Welfare State, 2nd editio, Oxford: Routledge.

  • Hyman, R., Dølvik, J. E., Marginson, P. et al., eds. (2018). European Journal of Industrial Relations, 24(3).

  • Hansen, Nana Wesley and Seip, Åsmund Arup (2017) Government employers in Sweden, Denmark and Norway: The use of power to control wage and employment conditions, European Journal of Industral Relations, Sage Publications.

  • Engelstad, F., Larsen, H., Rogstad, J. & Steen-Johnsen, K., eds. (2017). Institutional Change in the Public Sphere. Views on the Nordic Model. De Gruyter.

  • Engelstad, F., Larsen, H., Rogstad, J. & Steen-Johnsen, K. (2017). Introduction: The Public Sphere in Change. Institutional Perspectives on Neo-corporatist Society. In F. Engelstad, H. Larsen, J. Rogstad & K. Steen-Johnsen (eds.), Institutional Change in the Public Sphere. Views on the Nordic Model (pp 1-21). De Gruyter.

  • Engelstad, F., Larsen, H. & Rogstad, J. (2017).The Public Sphere in the Nordic Model. In F. Engelstad, H. Larsen, J. Rogstad & K. Steen-Johnsen (eds.), Institutional Change in the Public Sphere. Views on the Nordic Model (pp 46-70). De Gruyter.

  • Dølvik, J. E. & Martin, A. Eds. (2017). European Social Models From Crisis to Crisis: Employment and Inequality in the Era of Monetary Integration. Oxford University Press (paperback)

  • Hippe, J. M. & Nergaard, K. (2016). Nordisk arbeidsliv: Modell under press. I I. Frønes & L. Kjølsrød (red.), Det norske samfunn. Bind 2. 7. utg. Oslo: Gyldendal Norsk Forlag.

  • Dølvik, J. E. (2016). Le modèle nordique en periode de crise: est-il toujours capable de s’adapter? Dans B. Palier & R. Roussel, (éd.), Stratégies de croissance, emploi et protection sociale. Revue française des affaires sociales, 2016/1 (No 5). Paris.

  • Dølvik, J. E. & Martin, A. (2015). Introduction. In Dølvik, J. E. &  Martin, A. (eds.), European Social Models from Crisis to Crisis: Employment and Inequality in the Era of Monetary Integration (1-20). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  • Martin, A. & Dølvik, J. E. (2015). Conclusion. In Dølvik, J. E. & Martin, A. (eds.), European Social Models from Crisis to Crisis: Employment and Inequality in the Era of Monetary Integration (386-391). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  • Dølvik, J. E. &  Martin, A., eds. (2015). European Social Models from Crisis to Crisis: Employment and Inequality in the Era of Monetary Integration. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  • Dølvik, J. E., Andersen, G. J. & Vartiainen, J. (2015). The Nordic Social Models. Consolidation and Flexible Adaptation. In Dølvik, J. E. &  Martin, A., eds., European Social Models from Crisis to Crisis: Employment and Inequality in the Era of Monetary Integration (246-287). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  • Dølvik, J. E. & Martin, A. (2015). From Crisis to Crisis: European Social Models and Labour Markets Outcomes in the Era of Monetary Integration. In Dølvik, J. E. &  Martin, A., eds., European Social Models from Crisis to Crisis: Employment and Inequality in the Era of Monetary Integration (325-386). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  • Fløtten, T. & Hippe, J. M. (2013). Befolkningen åpner for reformdebatt. Kronikk. NRK Ytring, 23/8 2013.
  • Dølvik, J. E. (2012). Nordiske arbejdsmarkedsmodeller i skiftende internationale kontekster. Økonomi & Politik, Tema: De nordiske velfærdsmodeller og globaliseringen, 85(4), 43-59.

  • Magnusson, L., Jørgensen, H. & Dølvik, J. E. (2009). The Nordic approach to growth and welfare: European lessons to be learned? Brussels: ETUI.

  • Fløtten, T., Grønningsæter, A., Hippe, J. M. & Christensen, J. (2007). Den reformerte velferdsstaten – en ny samfunnskontrakt. I J. E. Dølvik, T. Fløtten, G. Hernes & J. M. Hippe (red.), Hamskifte. Den norske modellen i endring. Oslo: Gyldendal Akademisk.

  • Dølvik, J. E., Fløtten, T., Hernes, G. & Hippe, J. M. (red.) (2007). Hamskifte. Den norske modellen i endring. Oslo: Gyldendal Akademisk.

  • Hernes, G. & Hippe, J. M. (2007). Kollektivistisk individualisme. Epilog. I J. E. Dølvik, T. Fløtten, G. Hernes & J. M. Hippe (red.), Hamskifte. Den norske modellen i endring. Oslo: Gyldendal Akademisk.

  • Hippe, J. M. (2006). Den nordiske modellen under press – arbeidsgiverorganisasjonenes utfordring? NAVOs tidsskrift Orienterer, 2.

  • Bråten, M., Dølvik, J. E., Longva, F. & Steen, A. H. (1997). Norwegian Labour Market Institutions and Regulations. I J. E. Dølvik & A. H. Steen (red.), Making Solidarity Work? The Norwegian Labour Market Model in Transition. Universitetsforlaget.

  • Djuve, A. B. (1994). Freedom of provision of services – Convergence of working conditions or continued national disparities? I Convergence or divergence? Welfare states in the face of European integration. Proceedings from COST A7 Workshop in Sorø, Denmark. June.

  • Hagen, K. & Hippe, J. M. (1993). The Norwegian Welfare state: From Post War Consensus to Future Conflicts? I K. Kiel (red.), The Norwegian Model. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget.

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