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Social Sustainability / Bærekraftig samfunnsutvikling


Social Sustainability (Bærekraftig samfunnsutvikling) is an interdisciplinary research group at the Business School at the University College of Southeast Norway. The research group covers todays core political, economic and societal challenges in Norway, Europe and the world, including the issues of social sustainability in increasingly diverse societies. Our main investigations lay within culture, economics, history, innovation, IT, management, political studies, sociology, teacher education, visual communication and in the interaction between these research fields. The scientific overall goal of the research group is to be at the national and global frontline on knowledge production in these fields.


Social inequality in fetal growth: a comparative study of Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden in the period 1981-2000 (2008)
Mortensen, Laust H.;Diderichsen, Finn;Arntzen, Annett;Gissler, Mika;Cnattingius, Sven;Schnor, Ole;Davey-Smith, George;Nybo Andersen, Anne-Marie
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health
Toward a Theory of Compliance in State-Regulated Livelihoods: A Comparative Study of Compliance Motivations in Developed and Developing World Fisheries (2011)
Gezelius, Stig Strandli;Hauck, Maria
Law & society review
Idealer og realiteter i samarbeidet mellom Nav og Oppfølgingstjenesten (2012)
Arntzen, Annett;Grøgaard, Jens B.
Tidsskrift for velferdsforskning
Investigating and Prosecuting War Crimes in the Western Balkans (2016)
Ivanovic, Aleksandar;Soltvedt, Lars Petter
Trust as Belief or Behavior? (2017)
Reiersen, Jon
Review of social economy