Therese Dokken has been a researcher at NOVA since 2019. She is an economist, with a PhD in development and resource economics from the University of Life Sciences (NMBU). She has an interest in and experience with issues related to inequality, social consequences of climate policy and welfare reforms, management of natural resources in eastern parts of Africa, the importance of climate change for future welfare policy and marginalization of people with disabilities. She has expertise in both quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis.
Fields of study
Direct and Indirect Costs of Disabilities in Children (BUDGET)
The research project addresses the costs aspects of caring for a child with a disability.
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?
Social and Digital Participation: School and the Internet as an Integration Arena for Children and Young People with Physical Disabilities
The aim of the project is to map the degree of social participation and the scope of social networks among children and young people with physical disabilities.
Socio-spatial Inequality among Families with Children with Disabilities who are Entitled to Cash Benefits and Welfare Services (UPTAKE)
The research project will provide insight into the uptake and delivery of benefits and services among parents of children with disabilities.
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.
Larson, Anne M.; Solis, David; Duchelle, Amy E.; Atmadja, Stibniati S.; Resosudarmo, Ida Aju Pradnja; Dokken, Therese; Komalasari, Mella
Gender lessons for climate initiatives: A comparative study of REDD+ impacts on subjective wellbeing.
Angelsen, Arild; Dokken, Therese (2018). Climate exposure, vulnerability and environmental reliance: A cross-section analysis of structural and stochastic poverty. Environment and Development Economics . Vol. 23.
Larson, Anne M.; Dokken, Therese; Duchelle, Amy E.; Atmadja, Stibniati S.; Resosudarmo, Ida Aju Pradnja; Cronkleton, Peter; Cromberg, Marina; Sunderlin, William D.; Awono, Abdon; Selaya, Galia
Gender Gaps in REDD+: Women’s Participation is not Enough.
Colfer, Carol; Basnett, Bimbika Sijapati; Elias, Marlène (Ed.).
Gender and Forests: Climate Change, Tenure, Value Chains and Emerging Issues. Kapittel 5. p. 68-88.
Larson, Anne M.; Dokken, Therese; Duchelle, Amy E.; Atmadja, Stibniati S.; Resosudarmo, Ida Aju Pradnja; Cronkleton, Peter; Cromberg, Marina; Sunderlin, William D.; Awono, Abdon; Selaya, Galia (2015). The role of women in early REDD+ implementation: lessons for future engagement. International forestry review . Vol. 17.
Dokken, Therese; Dwi Putri, Andina Auria; Kweka, Demetrius
Making REDD Work for Communities and Forest Conservation in Tanzania.
Sills, Erin O.; Atmadja, Stibniati S.; de Sassi, Claudio; Duchelle, Amy; Resosudarmo, I.A.P.; Sunderlin, William D. (Ed.).
REDD+ on the ground: A case book of subnational initiatives across the globe. 14. p. 245-260.
Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR).
Sunderlin, William D.; Larson, Anne M; Duchelle, Amy; Resosudarmo, I.A.P.; Huynh, Thu-Ba; Awono, Abdon; Dokken, Therese (2014). How are REDD+ proponents addressing tenure problems? Evidence from Brazil, Cameroon, Tanzania, Indonesia and Vietnam. World Development . Vol. 55.
Zeiner, Hilde Hatleskog; Amundsen, Maria; Dokken, Therese; Dyb, Evelyn; Holden, Mari Brekke; Monkerud, Lars Chr.; Rasmussen, Ingeborg; Ruud, Marit Ekne
Leve hele livet i kommunene.
Finnvold, Jon Erik; Dokken, Therese
Sosial og digital deltagelse. Skole og internett som integreringsarena for barn og unge med fysiske funksjonsnedsettelser.
Finnvold, Jon Erik; Dokken, Therese (2022). Research on the welfare state and social inequality: What status do parents of children with disabilities have as an empirical source?. Joint stakeholder group seminar for the projects Budget and Uptake. NOVA, OSloMet.
Finnvold, Jon Erik; Dokken, Therese (2022). Research on the welfare state and social inequality: What status do parents of children with disabilities have as an empirical source?. Joint stakeholder group seminar for the projects Budget and Uptake. NOVA, OsloMet.
Dokken, Therese; Aasen, Marianne; Pedersen, Axel West (2022). Is the welfare state an asset or a liability in the fight against global warming? The development in popular attitudes towards eco-social policy in Norway. ESPANET 2022. ESPANET.
Dokken, Therese; Schoyen, Mi Ah; Pedersen, Axel West; Aasen, Marianne (2022). The ecological dilemma of rich welfare states: Popular attitudes and scope for eco-social policy developments in Norway. SASE Amsterdam 2022. SASE Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics.
Dokken, Therese (2021). Kan internett kompensere for mangel på sosial deltagelse? Bruk av sosiale medier blant barn med og uten fysiske funksjonsnedsettelser. NNFF 9. forskningskonferanse. Norsk Nettverk for forskning om funksjonshemming (NNF).
Dokken, Therese (2014). Doktoren svarer.
Dokken, Therese (2012). Access to land in Tigray: Is there a gender bias?. The Norwegian research meeting in economics 2012. Samfunnsøkonomene.
Dokken, Therese; Sunderlin, William; Angelsen, Arild; Caplow, Susan (2011). Early lessons from REDD+ pilot projects in Tanzania: Tenure insecurity and implications for deforestation and forest degradation. The Future of Development Research: Exploring the Nordic perspective(s)?.