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Tine holds a Ph.D. in comparative welfare analysis and specializes in analysis of care policies and practices in parental leave, child care and long-term care for older people. She works with qualitative as well as quantitative methods in her research and evaluations. She is about to start up a larger, comparative project on resilience in ageing, funded by the Swedish research council FORTE.

Field of specialisation

Policy analysis and evaluation of welfare and social care for children and older people, including the following research fields and methods:

  • Long-term care policies, reablement, frailty, demography and healthy ageing
  • Governance and steering, implementation, innovation, co-production, trust relations, private-public partnership, consumerism, welfare professions
  • Formal/informal care giving and care work
  • Care related quality of life (ASCOT), quality of care and quality systems, welfare indicators
  • Family policy, parental leave, day care for children, fertility
  • Qualitative and quantitative methods, including vignettes and RTC, observations and interviews
  • Comparative methods and analysis

External positions

Professsor, Stockholm University

1 Mar 2020 → …

Publication network

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