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Trond Mohn Foundation, who gave DIGSSCORE a significant 5-year grant back in 2016, has written a generous article on our results. Read about our achievements here.
Nikolai Skorge Bogre has finished his master thesis, that he wrote under supervision of Susanne Bygnes.
Høivik Bye with a new open-access publication on individual and cultural stereotypes and prejudices and their relationship with behavior toward asylum seekers, using data from the Norwegian Citizen Panel.
New position open as Associate Professor at the Department of Administration and Organization Theory.
An article in the online newspaper "Energi og Klima" makes use of Citizen Panel data to examine how Norwegians feel about the use of hydrogen as fuel.
How can we better understand the gendered dimensions of marine economies and environmental sustainability? I invited Senior Lecturer and project leader Iselin Åsedotter Strønen for a coffee and a conversation to elucidate the core focus of her new teaching- and research development project, ENMARINE.
Ishtiaq Jamil and Hasan Muhammad Baniamin with new insights from Bangladesh and Nepal
A recent publication by Bjørn Sætrevik employs data collected through the Norwegian Citizen Panel to study how Norwegians experienced the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.
CET researchers are active in several workshops at this year's Day Zero. Be sure to register for the event happening on February 10th, 2021.
This recent publication by Nina Serdarevic presents data obtained from both DIGSSCORE's Citizen Lab and the Norwegian Citizen Panel.
Anand Bhopal, Esmeralda Colombo and Siddharth Sareen have recently been granted seed funding through the CET Accelerator funding scheme. CET congratulates these young researcher talents on their successful applications!
The Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) is a network of economists who collaborate through the Centre on a wide range of policy-related research projects and dissemination activities.
Xiaozi Liu et al. demonstrate how public preferences can be mapped via a national landscape survey.
New data from the Norwegian Citizen Panel show who people think are responsible for protecting us against more extreme weather and other future consequences of climate change.
Zuzana Murdoch co-authors a new article looking at how staff attitudes are affected by changes in top leadership positions.
Per Lægreid co-authors in a newly published article in the International Journal of Public Administration about the use of ICT tools in the central government.
Researchers from The University of Bergen have received funding for the project “Media Use in Crisis Situations: Resolving Information Paradoxes, Comparing Climate Change and the COVID-19 Pandemic”.

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