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Hvilken betydning har regulering av yrker for yrkesmobilitet i Norge?
Yrkesregulering har fått økende internasjonal oppmerksomhet, da forsking har vist at lisensierings- og sertifiseringsordninger har betydning for rekruttering til yrket, for kvalitet i yrkesutøvelsen og for lønnsnivået. I ...
Stratification in the medical profession: non-western physicians in Norway
(Oslo and Akershus University College Learning Centre and Library, 2013-04)
Previous studies of internal stratification in medicine suggest that non-White foreign-trained physicians fill the bottom level of the specialist hierarchy. However, in this study we use administrative registers for majority ...
Wage inequality within and between occupations
(Aalborg University, Denmark., 2017)
Western countries, including Scandinavian nations, have witnessed an increase in wage inequality over the past decades. Recent studies attribute rising wage inequality in the United States and United Kingdom primarily to ...
Early-career income trajectories among physicians and dentists : the significance of ethnicity
(Oxford University Press, 2011-09-07)
This article analyses early-career income trajectories among non-Western immigrant and native-born physicians and dentists in Norway. Register data comprising all medical and dental graduates from Norwegian universities ...
Ethnic minority students' career expectations in prospective professions: Navigating between ambitions and discrimination
This study sheds light on how ethnic minority students in Norway seek to navigate occupational opportunities after graduating from professional bachelor programmes. Students’ career ambitions and career expectations are ...