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Anita Borch

Anita Borch

About

Borch was educated sociologist at the University of Oslo and took her Ph.D. degree at the University of Helsinki on gambling and gambling problems in households. Today, Borch holds a position as Research Professor and Head of Research for the research group Consumption Policy and Economy at Consumption Research Norway (SIFO). She also leads a group entiteled 'inclusive consumption' adressing consumer barriers of people with disabilities and immigrants at the same institute. Borch has worked at SIFO since 1994 and has throughout her career studied a number of subjects, such as obesity, food insecurity, environmental sustainability, responsible research and innovation, RRI, Christmas gift giving, consumer litteracy amongs youth, digital media, and children and commercials.

Scientific publications

Borch, Anita; Kjærnes, Unni (2019). Food Insecurity. Gronow, Jukka; Holm, Lotte (Ed.). Everyday Eating in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. A comparative Study of Meal Patterns 1997-2012. 9. p. 141-159. Bloomsbury Academic.

Borch, Anita; Strandbakken, Pål (2019). User Involvement of People with Mild Disabilities in Technology Innovations: Does It Make a Difference?. Social Inclusion . Vol. 7.

Borch, Anita (2019). Parallel societies—a biased discourse ignoring the impact of housing market and policy. Borch, Anita; Harsløf, Ivan; Klepp, Ingun Grimstad; Laitala, Kirsi (Ed.). Inclusive Consumption: Immigrants' Access to and Use of Public and Private Goods and Services. Chapter 5. p. 79-97. Universitetsforlaget.

Borch, Anita; Bøyum, Live Standal (2019). What refugees should know about consumption. Observations from a course in personal finances. Borch, Anita; Harsløf, Ivan; Klepp, Ingun Grimstad; Laitala, Kirsi (Ed.). Inclusive Consumption: Immigrants' Access to and Use of Public and Private Goods and Services. Chapter 6. p. 101-116. Universitetsforlaget.

Myhr, Anders; Røyne, Frida; Brandtsegg, Andreas Saur; Bjerkseter, Catho; Throne-Holst, Harald; Borch, Anita; Wentzel, Alexander; Røyne, Anja (2019). Towards a low CO2 emission building material employing bacterial metabolism (2/2): Prospects for global warming potential reduction in the concrete industry. 26 p. PLOS ONE . Vol. 14.
https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.13...

Borch, Anita; Harsløf, Ivan; Klepp, Ingun Grimstad; Laitala, Kirsi (2019). Inclusive Consumption: Immigrants' Access to and Use of Public and Private Goods and Services. ISBN: 9788215031682. 183 p. Universitetsforlaget.
https://www.idunn.no/inclusive_consumption

Borch, Anita (2018). Why Restrict? Seven Explanations for the Electronic Gambling Machines Monopoly in Norway. Egerer, Michael; Marionneau, Virve; Nikkinen, Janne (Ed.). Gambling Policies in European Welfare States. Current Challenges and Future Prospects. Kapittel 10. p. 175-195. Palgrave Macmillan.

Borch, Anita (2016). Stop Shop 2012 and the role of simplicity movements in sustainable change. Journal of Research for Consumers . Vol. 29.

Borch, Anita (2016). Stop Shop 2012 – et forbrukerdrevet initiativs rolle i utviklingen mot et bærekraftig samfunn. Vittersø, Gunnar; Borch, Anita; Laitala, Kirsi Maria; Strandbakken, Pål (Ed.). Forbruk og det grønne skiftet. 8. p. 131-157. Novus Forlag.

Borch, Anita (2016). Elbil i norske nyheter (1959–2014): et bidrag for klima?. Vittersø, Gunnar; Borch, Anita; Laitala, Kirsi Maria; Strandbakken, Pål (Ed.). Forbruk og det grønne skiftet. 6. p. 91-108. Novus Forlag.





These publications are obtained from Cristin. The list may be incomplete