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    • Do spouses coordinate their work exits? A combined survey and register analysis From Norway 

      Syse, Astri; Solem, Per Erik; Ugreninov, Elisabeth; Mykletun, Reidar; Furunes, Trude (SAGE Publications, 2014)
      Research on spouses’ joint work exits is scarce, although household factors such as spouses’ work status, marital quality, and caregiving burdens are likely to affect seniors’ work engagement. We therefore examine whether ...
    • Earlier hospital discharge: a challenge for Norwegian municipalities 

      Gautun, Heidi; Syse, Astri (Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences (INN University), 2017)
      Aim: In order to improve patient outcomes and minimize health care costs, many Western countries are attempting to reduce the length of stay in hospitals by transferring responsibilities from specialist care to primary ...
    • Gender bias in public long-term care? A survey experiment among care managers 

      Jakobsson, Niklas; Kotsadam, Andreas; Syse, Astri; Øien, Henning (Elsevier, 2015-09-14)
      Daughters of elderly women are more likely to provide informal care than sons. If care managers take this into account and view informal care as a substitute for formal care, they will statistically discriminate against ...
    • Variasjoner i kommunale tildelingsvurderinger av helse- og omsorgstjenster til eldre 

      Syse, Astri; Øien, Henning; Solheim, Mari Bugge; Jakobsson, Niklas (Fagbokforlaget, 2015)
      Utgiftene til helse- og omsorgshjelp øker ettersom befolkningen eldes og tjenestestandarden høynes. Individer skal like fullt tildeles «nødvendige helsetjenester ». Det er imidlertid liten kunnskap om variasjonen i ...