Welfare and Inequality

Welfare and Inequality

Our Department has an acknowledged research community in this field and our research examine how resources and opportunities are distributed in society, both locally and globally. Our studies of welfare and inequality generally relate to health, but also to work, income, education, gender, family relationships and/or general participation in society.

Publications

Publications

This is some recent publications in English. Please see the researchers' NTNU-profiles for more. 


Courses Education

Courses Education

Courses offered at the Department: 

Bachelor level:

Master level: 

  • SOS3608 Social Inequalities in Health
  • SOS3519 International Perspectives on Work and Welfare State (New course, more information will be available later)
  • SOS3521 Inqeualities, Welfare and Integration (new course, more information will be available later)

PhD: