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Håvard Thorsen Rydland

Senior Researcher

+47 56 10 76 32
Nygårdsgaten 112, 5008 Bergen, Norway

Ph.D. (2020) from the Department of Sociology and Political Science at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), with a thesis on social inequalities in health. Employed at NORCE since 2019.

Research themes include work, welfare, and health. Experienced in systematic reviews and quantitative analyses of survey and register data.

Håvard Thorsen Rydland


Health & Social Sciences

Research themes

Work, Health, and Inclusion
Health services

Research Groups

Health Services and Health Economics

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BPA-ordningen: en analyse av klager til Statsforvalteren før og etter rettighetsfesting – Tidsskrift for velferdsforskning 2023
Forskjell mellom NEETs (unge utenfor arbeid, utdanning og opplæring) i Norge mellom kommuner i ulike sentralitetsklasse 1–6, 2015–2021. – NORCE Norwegian Research Centre 2022
(I can't get no) satisfaction: A comparative study of healthcare recommodification in Europe, 2010-18 – Social Science and Medicine 2022
Promoting labour market inclusion of the chronically ill: a scoping review of Scandinavian countries’ efforts – Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 2022
Service Satisfaction and Service Quality: A Longitudinal and Multilevel Study of User Satisfaction with Kindergartens in Norway – 2022
The radically unequal distribution of Covid-19 vaccinations: a predictable yet avoidable symptom of the fundamental causes of inequality – Humanities & Social Sciences Communications 2022
Sosial ulikhet i helse. En samfunnsvitenskapelig innføring – Fagbokforlaget 2021
Foreldrevurderingar og ny rammeplan: Brukarundersøkingar før og etter implementeringa av ny rammeplan for barnehagen – NORCE Norwegian Research Centre 2021
Is a Decentralised Health Policy Associated With Better Self-rated Health and Health Services Evaluation? A Comparative Study of European Countries – International Journal of Health Policy and Management 2020
Medical innovations can reduce social inequalities in health: an analysis of blood pressure and medication in the HUNT study – Health Sociology Review 2020
Monitoring the social gradient: Inequalities in use of blood pressure monitors in the HUNT study – Technology in society 2020
Educational Inequalities in Mortality Amenable to Healthcare. A Comparison of European Healthcare Systems – PLOS ONE 2020
Educational inequalities in high- vs. low-preventable health conditions: Exploring the fundamental cause theory – Social Science and Medicine 2020
Innovative technologies and social inequalities in health: A scoping review of the literature – PLOS ONE 2018
Rethinking the relationship between socio-economic status and health: Making the case for sociological theory in health inequality research – Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 2017
Public evaluation of health services across 21 European countries: The role of culture – Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 2017
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