Below you find publications within the Nordwit project

Peer-reviewed articles and chapters


Vehviläinen, M. and Valaskivi, L. (2022) Situated gender equality in regional research and innovation: Collaborative knowledge production. Science and Public Policy, scac007.


Corneliussen, H. G. (2021) Unpacking the Nordic Gender Equality Paradox in ICT Research and Innovation. Feminist Encounters: A Journal of Critical Studies in Culture and Politics, 5(2): 25. DOI:

Corneliussen, H. G. (2021) Women Empowering Themselves to Fit into ICT. In Lechman, E. (ed.) Technology and Women's Empowerment, pp. 46-62. London and New York: Routledge. 

Corneliussen, H. G. (2021) A Random Choice, Late Discovery, and Penalty Rounds: Mapping Women's Pathways to Information Technology Education. International Conference ICT, Society, and Human Beings 2021 (37-44). IADIS Press. PDF

Korvajärvi, P. (2021) Doing/undoing gender in research and innovation: Practicing downplaying and doubt. Feminist Encounters: A Journal of Critical Studies in Culture and Politics, 5(2), 27. DOI:

Griffin, G. (2021) ‘Making' and 'Doing' Context: Sharing in an All-Female Co-Working Hub. In McAdam, M. and Cunningham, J. (eds.) Women and Global Entrepreneurship: Contextualising Everyday Experiences. New York: Taylor & Francis.

Griffin, G. and Vehviläinen, M. (2021) The persistence of gender struggles in Nordic research and innovation’, Feminist Encounters: A Journal of Critical Studies in Culture and Politics, 5(2): 28. DOI:

Griffin, G. (2021) Feminising Innovation: Challenges in Science and Technology Studies (STS). Feminist Encounters: A Journal of Critical Studies in Culture and Politics, 5(2): 24. DOI:

Seddighi, G., & Corneliussen, H. G. (2021) The Illusion of Balance: Women in ICT Working Full-Time and Still Having a Feeling of Opting Out. Feminist Encounters: A Journal of Critical Studies in Culture and Politics, 5(2): 26. DOI:

Suopajärvi, T. (2021) Women’s Career Moves in Bio and Health Technology as Wayfaring. Ethnologia Scandinavica: A journal for Nordic Ethnology, 51: 231–248. PDF

Suopajärvi, T., Ylijoki, O-H., and Salminen-Karlsson, M. (2021) You Never Travel Alone: Challenging the Masculine Ethos of Individualism in Academic Entrepreneurship. In Eriksson, P. et al. (eds.) New Movements in Academic Entrepreneurship. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 

Vehviläinen, M., Korvajärvi , P. & Ylijoki, O-H. (2021) Sitkeät sukupuolten epätasa-arvoisuudet yliopiston tutkimus- ja innovaatiotyössä [Persistent gender inequalities in the academic research and innovation work], Työelämäntutkimus, 19(4): 492-519. DOI: PDF


Cajander, Å., Corneliussen, H. G., Myreteg, G. and Dyb, K. (2020) What Brings Women into eHealth? Women's Career Trajectories in Digital Transformations in Healthcare. In Macedo, M. (Ed.), Proceedings of the International Conference e-Health 2020 (71-77): IADIS Press. 

Corneliussen, H. G., and Seddighi, G. (2020) The Challenge of Implementing the National Gender Equality Norm in IT Organizations. IADIS International Journal on Computer Science and Information Systems, 15(2): 1-14. PDF

Corneliussen, H. G. (2020). What Brings Women to Cybersecurity? A Qualitative Study of Women's Pathways to Cybersecurity in Norway. European Interdisciplinary Cybersecurity Conference (EICC 2020) DOI:

Corneliussen, H. G. and Seddighi, G. (2020) Employers' Mixed Signals to Women in IT: Uncovering how Gender Equality Ideals are Challenged by Organizational Context. In Kommers, P. and Peng, G. C. (eds.) Proceedings for the International Conference ICT, Society, and Human Beings 2020 (41-48): IADIS Press. PDF

Salminen-Karlsson, M. (2020) Women in the Steel Industry: Closed in Corners or Provided with Possibilities. Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies, 10(4): 65-83. DOI:

Simonsen, M., and Corneliussen, H. G. (2020) What Can Statistics Tell About the Gender Divide in ICT? Tracing Men and Women's Participation in the ICT Sector Through Numbers. In Kreps, D., Komukai, T., G. TV, and Ishii, K. (eds.) Human-Centric Computing in a Data Driven Society. Springer.

Vrieler, T., Nylén, A. and Cajander, Å. (2020) Computer Science Club for Girls and Boys: A Survey Study on Gender Differences. Computer Science Education. DOI:


Corneliussen, H. G., Seddighi, G., and Dralega, C. A. (2019) Women's Experience of Role Models in IT: Landmark Women, Substitutes, and Supporters. In Helgesen, Ø., Nesset, E., Mustafa, G., Rice, P. and Glavee-Geo, R. (eds.) Modeller: Fjordantologien 2019. Universitetsforlaget. PDF

Corneliussen, H. G. and Seddighi, G. (2019) "Må vi egentlig ha flere kvinner i IKT?" Diskursive forhandlinger om likestilling i IKT-arbeid. Tidsskrift for kjønnsforskning, 43(4): 273-287. DOI:

Griffin, G. (2019) Intersectionalized Professional Identities and Gender in the Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries. Work, Employment and Society, 33(6): 966-982. DOI:

Griffin, G. and Leibetseder, D. (2019) 'Only Applies to Research Conducted in Sweden...': Dilemmas in Gaining Ethics Approval in Transnational Qualitative Research. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 18: 1-10. PDF

Griffin, G, and Häyren, A. (accepted 2019) Female Entrepreneurship as Rupture: Becoming a Female Entrepreneur in Sweden in Neoliberal Times. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business.

Suopajärvi, T., Korjonen-Kuusipuro, K., Koskinen-Koivisto, E., Hämeenaho, P. and Hytönen, K-M. (2019) Tunteilla on väliä: Tutkijan tunteet etnografisessa tutkimusprosessissa [Emotions matter: Researcher’s feelings in ethnographic research process]. Elore, 26(2): 42-67. PDF


Vrieler, T., Nylén, A., and Cajander, Å. (2017) What Computing Instructors did Last Summer: Experiences and Lessons Learned. 2017 IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE). NJ: IEEE Press. 

Reports and other publications 

Corneliussen, H. G. (2020), Ikke et paradoks at få jenter velger IKT-utdanning. Nationen, Faglig Snakka (Kronikk) (22.04.2020). 

Senast uppdaterad: 2022-03-04