Publikasjoner og ansvarsområder
Relationship of place of death with care capacity and accessibility: a multilevel population study of system effects on place of death in Norway
The divergence between perceived and measured access to health care in rural Namibia
The importance of vulnerability in accessing health care in low-income countries: the case of Namibia and Malawi
Health and care service utilisation and cost over the life-span: a descriptive analysis of population data
Geographical and temporal patterns of interstate security competition: Global and regional evidence
Combining survey data, GIS and qualitative interviews in the analysis of health service access for persons with disabilities
Background Equitable access to health services is a key ingredient in reaching health for persons with disabilities and other vulnerable groups. So far, research on access to health services in low- and middle-income countries has largely relied on self-reported survey data. Realizing that there...
Non-completion of secondary education and early disability in Norway: Geographic patterns, individual and community risks
... Background School non-completion and early work disability is a great public health challenge in Norway, as in most western countries. This study aims to investigate how medically based disability pension (DP) among young adults varies geographically and how municipal socioeconomic conditions...
The Durability of the Security Dilemma: An Empirical Investigation of Action–Reaction Dynamics in States’ Military Spending (1988–2014)
The security dilemma describes the tragic spiral ensuing from states’ attempts to enhance their security under anarchy. Even in a world consisting solely of status quo-oriented states, the outcome of the dilemma is, in theory, increased conflict and reduced security for all. After the Cold War ended...