Evropska četrt 105: Lessons from Norway – Achieving gender equality in business sector

Preikestolen, Forsand, Norveška. Foto: Valdemaras D. via Unsplash.

Norway is a world leader in gender equality. In this episode we discuss the Norwegian model in closing the gender gap in business sector, the progress made so far, the utility of quotas in addressing systemic and historical inequalities, getting women on boards and what measures actually work.

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Vse, kar vas bo zanimalo o Evropski Uniji, pa niste vedeli, koga vprašati. Evropsko četrt vodita Nataša Briški in Aljaž Pengov Bitenc.


Prof. Morten Huse (photo: Norwegian Business School).

PROF. MORTEN HUSEProfessor emeritus at BI Norwegian Business School. He’s been working full time or part-time in more than 25 different universities/research institutions in 10 different countries.

Areas of his academic interes include gender issues like getting women on boards, the contribution of women on boards (business case), gender codes/feminism and women career advancements. He made about 150 presentations about women on boards – presented at seminars and conferences in more than 20 different countries, including for several parliaments or governmental bodies, Slovenia included.


European Quartereverything you’ll be interested in about the European Union, however, you did not know who to ask. The podcast is moderated by Nataša Briški and Aljaž Pengov Bitenc.

This podcast episode is supported by the Norwegian Embassy in Budapest and the EEA and Norway Grants. The opinions, findings expressed herein are those of the Authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the Norwegian Embassy in Budapest.

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