Kjetil A. van der Wel
Kjetil A. van der Wel
Professor at OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University
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A balancing act? Work–life balance, health and well-being in European welfare states
T Lunau, C Bambra, TA Eikemo, KA van Der Wel, N Dragano
The European Journal of Public Health 24 (3), 422-427, 2014
2052014
Sosial ulikhet i helse: En norsk kunnskapsoversikt
E Dahl, H Bergsli, K van der Wel
Høgskolen i Oslo og Akershus, 2014
1612014
Educational inequalities in health in European welfare states: a social expenditure approach
E Dahl, KA van der Wel
Social science & medicine 81, 60-69, 2013
1112013
Funksjonsevne blant langtidsmottakere av sosialhjelp
K Van der Wel, E Dahl, I Lødemel, B Løyland, SO Naper, M Slagsvold
Høgskolen i Oslo, 2006
802006
How do macro-level contexts and policies affect the employment chances of chronically ill and disabled people? Part I: The impact of recession and deindustrialization
P Holland, B Burström, M Whitehead, F Diderichsen, E Dahl, B Barr, ...
International Journal of Health Services 41 (3), 395-413, 2011
762011
Social inequalities in ‘sickness’: European welfare states and non-employment among the chronically ill
KA Van der Wel, E Dahl, K Thielen
Social science & medicine 73 (11), 1608-1617, 2011
712011
Work, health, and welfare: the association between working conditions, welfare states, and self-reported general health in Europe
C Bambra, T Lunau, KA Van der Wel, TA Eikemo, N Dragano
International Journal of Health Services 44 (1), 113-136, 2014
572014
The bigger the worse? A comparative study of the welfare state and employment commitment
KA Van der Wel, K Halvorsen
Work, employment and society 29 (1), 99-118, 2015
502015
How do macro-level contexts and policies affect the employment chances of chronically ill and disabled people? Part II: The impact of active and passive labor market policies
P Holland, L Nylen, K Thielen, KA van der Wel, WH Chen, B Barr, ...
International Journal of Health Services 41 (3), 415-430, 2011
502011
Social inequalities in “sickness”: does welfare state regime type make a difference? A multilevel analysis of men and women in 26 European countries
KA Van der Wel, E Dahl, K Thielen
International Journal of Health Services 42 (2), 235-255, 2012
432012
All part of the job? The contribution of the psychosocial and physical work environment to health inequalities in Europe and the European health divide
M Toch, C Bambra, T Lunau, KA van der Wel, MI Witvliet, N Dragano, ...
International Journal of Health Services 44 (2), 285-305, 2014
392014
Helping chronically ill or disabled people into work: what can we learn from international comparative analyses?
M Whitehead, S Clayton, P Holland, B Burstrom, L Nylen, E Dahl, ...
Public Health Research Consortium, 2009
392009
Arbeid, helse og sosial ulikhet
E Dahl, KA van der Wel, I Harsløf
Helsedirektoratet 1, 2010, 2010
322010
Social capital and health–a multilevel analysis of 25 administrative districts in Oslo
KA Van Der Wel
Norsk Epidemiologi 17 (1), 2007
292007
The Norwegian policy to reduce health inequalities: key challenges
KA van der Wel, E Dahl, H Bergsli
Nordisk välfärdsforskning| Nordic Welfare Research 1 (01), 19-29, 2016
272016
Who knows the risk? A multilevel study of systematic variations in work-related safety knowledge in the European workforce
N Dragano, T Lunau, TA Eikemo, M Toch-Marquardt, KA van der Wel, ...
Occupational and environmental medicine 72 (8), 553-559, 2015
272015
Employment inequalities through busts and booms: The changing roles of health and education in Norway 1980-2005
KA van der Wel, E Dahl, GE Birkelund
Acta Sociologica 53 (4), 355-370, 2010
262010
Long‐term effects of poor health on employment: the significance of life stage and educational level
KA van der Wel
Sociology of health & illness 33 (7), 1096-1111, 2011
192011
Long‐term effects of poor health on employment: the significance of life stage and educational level
KA van der Wel
Sociology of health & illness 33 (7), 1096-1111, 2011
192011
European health inequality through the ‘Great Recession’: social policy matters
KA van der Wel, T Saltkjel, WH Chen, E Dahl, K Halvorsen
Sociology of health & illness 40 (4), 750-768, 2018
182018
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