SFI - The Danish National Centre for Social Research

SFI is the strongest environment for social and welfare state policy research in Denmark. The centre conducts independent research on an international level and carries out commissioned projects for Danish ministries, municipalities and organisations.

SFI research is focused on the following themes: Organisation of welfare services - Employment and the supply and demand of labour - Social marginalisation and vulnerability - Education - Living conditions and social mobility of children, young people and families - Ethnic minorities, integration and participation in society

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Research programme

The purpose of the programme is to ensure that SFI research can provide answers to key challenges facing society. The research programme is organised into six themes. 


Hans Henrik Sievertsen

DIRECT 33 48 08 46 EMAIL hhs@sfi.dk

Beatrice Schindler Rangvid

DIRECT 33 48 08 84 EMAIL bsr@sfi.dk

Chantal Nielsen

DIRECT 33 69 77 55 EMAIL cpn@sfi.dk

Søren Winter

DIRECT 33 48 09 28 EMAIL scw@sfi.dk

Vibeke Myrup Jensen

DIRECT 33 48 08 90 EMAIL vmj@sfi.dk

SFI researchers

Research on schooling and education : The role of family background, norms and family resources in education and educational mobility among young women and men: The effect of young women’s and men’s values, their friendship groups and their perception of the status of educational programmes, availability and quality on their choice of education: The individual and societal problems of women and men either not obtaining an education or obtaining it relatively late in life.

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