Green and just LAbour Market (GLAM)

  • Status: Aktiv
  • Prosjektnr: 2696370
  • Start: 01.02.2024
  • Slutt: 31.01.2027
  • Finansiering: Norges forskningsråd


The purpose of GLAM is to develop knowledge about the consequences of a green transition on various groups in society. We will do this by investigating which job categories and skills we can expect more and less demand for. An important purpose of the project is to understand more about how the negative effects of a green transition can be reduced.

In work package 1, we will investigate how different industries and organisations will be affected by a green transition. Questions that will be examined will be, for example, the extent to which organisations will have to change their core business and the extent to which various industries currently employ workers with skills that we can expect a changing demand for as a result of a green transition.

In work package 2, we will investigate how a green transition can lead to a change in demand for jobs and skills. Here we will use data from surveys, register data, quasi-experimental methods, and job postings.

In work package 3, we will study how changes in demand for jobs and skills affect different groups based on age, income, place of residence, education and skills, and gender. The analyzes in this work package will be based on register data and quasi-experimental methods.

In work package 4, we will conduct workshops with the employer and employee organisations in Norway. The purpose will be to discuss what significance the findings should have and what key actors in the labour market can do to reduce negative effects on vulnerable groups as a result of changing demand for skills.

We expect that our findings on how a green transition affects the labour market and various social groups will fill a knowledge gap among decision-makers and key players in the labour market. A central ambition of the project is that findings and activities will contribute to reducing the negative effects of a green transition, thereby increasing political and social acceptance of the changes required to transform society.


bilde av Håkon Endresen Normann

Håkon Endresen Normann

Forsker 2, stedfortredende forskningsleder

bilde av Marit Elisabeth Klemetsen

Marit Elisabeth Klemetsen

Forsker 2

bilde av Asgeir Skålholt

Asgeir Skålholt

Forsker 3

bilde av Eric James Iversen

Eric James Iversen

Forsker 1

bilde av Marte Leuven Rønning

Marte Leuven Rønning

bilde av Sigurd Martin Nordli Oppegaard

Sigurd Martin Nordli Oppegaard

bilde av Davide Consoli

Davide Consoli