Marianne Takle is research professor in the department of health and welfare studies and participates in the research group on migration and transnationality. She holds a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Oslo. Her research interests include European integration, EU migration policy, national migration policy in selected European countries, national identity and the integration of immigrants in the light of nationalism and cultural studies. Since joining NOVA in 2008, she has worked on the link between welfare and migration at local, national and European levels. Takle was visiting fellow at POLIS, University of Cambridge (Autumn 2010) and at Europa-Kollege, Universität Hamburg (Autumn 2014).
Fields of study
How do Norwegian Festivals Contribute to Artistic Development, Social Communities and New Forms of Political Participation? (FESTIPOL)
The overall aim is to investigate how support from the Arts Council Norway help Norwegian festivals to reach broader political aims related to artistic development, political participation and social community formation in practice?
Solidarity in European Societies: Empowerment, Social Justice and Citizenship (SOLIDUS)
Overall, the project analyses the acts and policies of solidarity we see developing across Europe, the extent to which they involve dialogic and inclusive processes, and what outcomes and relevance for policy developments they have.
Sustainable European Welfare Societies: Assessing Linkages between Social and Environmental Policy
How can researchers and policymakers approach issues of welfare state and environmental sustainability in mutually supportive ways across policy fields?
Sustainable Societies in the 21st Century: From Welfare States to Eco-social States (WEST)
The WEST project examines what we call the ecological dilemma of the Norwegian welfare state.
Schøyen, Mi Ah; Takle, Marianne (2022). The Norwegian sustainability paradox: leader abroad, laggard at home. Towards Sustainable Welfare States in Europe. Social Policy and Climate Change. p. 153-174. Edward Elgar Publishing.
Schøyen, Mi Ah; Koch, Max; Takle, Marianne (2022). Partially institutionalized eco-social policymaking in Germany. Towards Sustainable Welfare States in Europe. Social Policy and Climate Change. p. 109-130. Edward Elgar Publishing.
Leiren, Merethe Dotterud; Takle, Marianne (2022). The United Kingdom: A merging climate and sustainability agenda. Towards Sustainable Welfare States in Europe. Social Policy and Climate Change. 8. p. 175-197. Edward Elgar Publishing.
Takle, Marianne (2021). Solidarity with Future Generations? Protection clauses in constitutions. Falch-Eriksen, Asgeir; Takle, Marianne; Britt, Slagsvold (Ed.). Generational Tensions and Solidarity Within Advanced Welfare States. Chapter 4. p. 59-77. Routledge.
Falch-Eriksen, Asgeir; Takle, Marianne (2021). Generational analysis of the advanced welfare state. Falch-Eriksen, Asgeir; Takle, Marianne; Britt, Slagsvold (Ed.). Generational Tensions and Solidarity Within Advanced Welfare States. Conclusion. p. 203-216. Routledge.
Falch-Eriksen, Asgeir; Takle, Marianne; Slagsvold, Britt (2021). Generational tensions and solidarity within advanced welfare states. Falch-Eriksen, Asgeir; Takle, Marianne; Britt, Slagsvold (Ed.). Generational Tensions and Solidarity Within Advanced Welfare States. Introduction. p. 1-16. Routledge.
Takle, Marianne; Seeberg, Marie Louise
All European countries are not the same! The Dublin Regulation and onward migration in Europe.
Takle, Marianne (2012). Membership and Internal Democracy Immigrant Organisations in the City of Oslo. 32 p.
Takle, Marianne (2008). Hva er det nasjonale i Nasjonalbiblioteket?. 10 p.
Takle, Marianne (2005). From Ethnos to Demos? Changes in German Policy on Immigration. 392 p.
Takle, Marianne (2005). Changes in German Policy on Immigration. From Ethnos to Demos?. 379 p.
Takle, Marianne (2002). Towards a Normalisation of German Security and Defence Policy. German Participation in International Military Operations. 22 p.
Takle, Marianne (1992). Tyskland - en suveren stat. 6 p.
Takle, Marianne (2022). Ecological role model or hypocritical polluter? Norway's oil and gas industry has generated unimaginable wealth for its population. But is it really dirty money?.
Takle, Marianne (2022). Bærekraft og fremtidige generasjoner. Seminar NIBR. By- og regionsforskningsinstituttet NIBR.
Takle, Marianne (2022). En velferdsstat for framtidige generasjoner?. Seminar ved Institutt for sosialfag - Globalisering og bærekraft. Fakultet for samfunnsvitenskap - Globalisering og bærekraft.
Takle, Marianne; Haug, Are Vegard (2021). Institutionalising Solidarity in Norway: Voluntary Organisations as Building Blocks of the Pluralistic Welfare State. International Political Science Association, IPSA. IPSA.
Takle, Marianne (2021). The boundaries of solidarity – an extension in time. Climate Change Temporalities: An online conference on humanistic approaches to climate change. UiB.
Takle, Marianne (2021). Framtidige generasjoner i nasjonale konstitusjoner - klimasøksmålet i 2020. Miljø medier og samfunn forskergruppemøte med Nettverk for klimajournalister.
Takle, Marianne (2020). Hva innebærer det å ta hensyn til kommende generasjoner?. Forskergruppe for medier, miljø og samfunn - OsloMet.
Takle, Marianne (2020). Det vanskelige hensynet- Hvilke forpliktelser pålegger vi oss ved å legitimere politikk med hensynet til fremtidige generasjoner?. Klassekampen.
Takle, Marianne (2020). Hva innebærer det å snakke om fremtidige generasjoner?. Når klimabrølene gjaller: fagseminar om mediene, miljøet og klimaet. Norsk mediehistorisk forening.