Anita Schjølset left PRIO in 2010. The information on this page is kept for historical reasons.
I am currently working on the project 'NATO and the Women: Exploring the Gender Gap in the Armed Forces.' The focus of this project is to explore the variation in representation of women in armed forces across NATO countries. The research focuses on:
By Louise Olsson, Anita Schjølset & Frida Möller
Norwegian, English, and (German)
2008, Ph.D. Degree from the University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles. The title of the Ph.D. dissertation is ‘Institutional Variance of the Democratic Peace, 1816-2002: Electoral, Executive, and Federal Systems in Time and Space.’
1996, Cand. Polit. Degree from the University of Trondheim (NTNU) with a Master’s degree in Political Science. The title of the Master’s thesis was ‘Are Some Democracies More Peaceful Than Others? A Suggestion for Extending the Democratic Peace Perspective.’
1994, Cand. Mag. Degree from the University of Trondheim (NTNU) and the University of Bergen (UIB) with the following subjects: German language and literature, comparative politics, political science, and statistics.
Book Chapter in Gender, Peace and Security: Implementing UN Resolution 1325
PRIO Policy Brief
Popular Article in Klassekampen
Anita Schjølset has succesfully defended her doctoral dissertation "Institutional Variance of the Democratic Peace, 1816-2002: Electoral, Executive and Federal Systems in Time and Space" at University of Southern California, Los Angeles. Her disertation is in Political Science and has in part been carried out at PRIO.