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Hanna Vangen

Hanna Vangen


Hanna Vangen is a researcher at the department of Ageing Research and Housing Studies, at Norwegian Social Research (NOVA). She has a PhD in Social Work and Social Policy from Oslo Metropolitan University. Her research interests include elder care, family care and labour market participation in senior years.

Fields of study

Academic disciplines


Subject areas

Aging   Life-evolvement   Care-taking of elders   Informal care   Combining work and care   Aging and the welfare state   Old people

Research projects

Scientific publications

Vangen, Hanna ; Herlofson, Katharina (2023). Why care? How filial responsibility norms and relationship quality matter for subsequent provision of care to ageing parents. Ageing & Society.

Vangen, Hanna ; Hellevik, Tale ; Herlofson, Katharina (2021). Associations between paid and unpaid work among Norwegian seniors: competition, complementarity or continuity?. European Journal of Ageing.

Veenstra, Marijke ; Herlofson, Katharina ; Aartsen, Marja ; Hansen, Thomas; Hellevik, Tale ; Henriksen, Gry; Løset, Gøril Kvamme ; Vangen, Hanna (2021). Cohort Profile: The Norwegian Life Course, Ageing and Generation Study (NorLAG). 11 p. International Journal of Epidemiology. Vol. 50.

Vangen, Hanna (2020). The Impact of Informal Caregiving on Labour Supply Before and After a Parent’s Death. Journal of Population Ageing.

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