Norwegian version
Therese Dokken

Therese Dokken

About

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

Academic disciplines

Economics

Subject areas

Welfare state   Quanitative research methods   Climate change and welfare state sustainability   Inclusion for people with disabilities   Registry data

Regions

Africa   Europe

Countries

Ethiopia   Norway   Tanzania

Research projects

Scientific publications

Finnvold, Jon Erik ; Dokken, Therese (2023). How school placement and parental social capital influence children’s perceptions of inclusion in school. A survey of Norwegian children with physical disabilities. 16 p. European Journal of Special Needs Education.
https://doi.org/10.1080/08856257.2023.2207054

Gugushvili, Alexi; Dokken, Therese ; Grue, Jan; Finnvold, Jon Erik (2023). Early-life impairments, chronic health conditions, and income mobility. British Journal of Sociology. Vol. 75.
https://doi.org/10.1111/1468-4446.13064

Gugushvili, Alexi; Grue, Jan; Dokken, Therese ; Finnvold, Jon Erik (2023). No evidence that social-democratic welfare states equalize valued outcomes for individuals with disabilities. 10 p. Social Science and Medicine. Vol. 339.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2023.116361

Yin, Jun; Dokken, Therese ; Kann, Inger Cathrine (2019). Hvem går hvor, og når - Fra arbeidsledighet til jobb, helserelaterte ytelser og utdanning. Søkelys på arbeidslivet.
https://doi.org/10.18261/issn.1504-7989-2019-04-01

Larson, Anne M.; Solis, David; Duchelle, Amy E.; Atmadja, Stibniati S.; Resosudarmo, Ida Aju Pradnja; Dokken, Therese ; Komalasari, Mella (2018). Gender lessons for climate initiatives: A comparative study of REDD+ impacts on subjective wellbeing. World Development. Vol. 108.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2018.02.027

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.
https://doi.org/10.1017/S1355770X18000013

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 (2016). 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. p. 68-88. Routledge.
https://books.google.no/books?hl=en&lr=&id=Y2v7CwA

Dokken, Therese (2015). Allocation of Land Tenure Rights in Tigray: How Large Is the Gender Bias?. Land Economics. Vol. 91.

Dokken, Therese ; Angelsen, Arild (2015). Forest reliance across poverty groups in Tanzania. Ecological Economics. Vol. 117.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolecon.2015.06.006

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.
https://doi.org/10.1505/146554815814725031





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