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From enviro-pigs to farmed fish, and from animal rights to flu-infected birds and nomadic camels, the book reflects the multi-sited and multi-species ways in which human-animal lives are practised and politicised. A key question for this book, edited by Kristin Asdal, Tone Druglitrø and Steve Hinchliffe, is how might we glimpse alternative ways of being, or becoming, more-than-human from these experiences?
Martin Srholec and TIK's Jan Fagerberg has published a new article in the Journal of Evolutionary Economics. The article deals with the different effects of the 2007-8 financial crisis around the world.
The newest issue of Nordic Journal of STS contains articles by TIK's phd's Hilde Reinertsen and Erlend Hermansen, and postdoc Tone Druglitrø.
US football helmets are better than ever, yet more players suffer from neurological disease. How can this be? The current issue of Teknovatøren provides answers.
This article considers the role of innovation in economical growth in Latin America.
Ever wondered what a civilization is, how they come to be, or how to get rid of one? The newest issue of the student magazine Teknovatøren is here to help.
Fulvio Castellacci (TIK Centre, University of Oslo) and Ishtiaq Pasha Mahmood (National University of Singapore, Business School) have guest edited a Special Issue of the Review of Economics and Institutions on “Business groups in Emerging Economies” (Winter-Spring 2015).
Why isn't there a more straightforward relation between climate research and climate policy?
In a new book edited by Jan Fagerberg, Staffan Laestadius, and Ben R. Martin, three of the main challenges facing Europe are dealt with.
This new paper by Castellacci and Lie presents a survey of the micro-econometric literature on the effects of R&D tax credits on firms’ innovation activities.
Research Fellow Allan Dahl Andersen had an article published in Innovation and Development online january 2015 looking at Brazilian sectors with an innovation systems perspective.
This new paper by Fulvio Castellacci investigates how country-specific institutional factors affect the group–innovation relationship.
Göran Sundqvist's EPA article seeks to reformulate the oppsosing viewpoints os Collins and Callon on public participation in scientific and technological decision making.
Taran M. Thune is the co-Author of a new article in Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education.
TIKs own Kristin Asdal is co-editor of this special issue of Environment and Planning.
In the context of a global economy, what is the role of traditional business Groups in Central America? Can they be a tool to understand the political economy of these countries?
Writing Nature, the newest special edition of Nordic Journal of STS, discusses some of the ways nature can be made room for in studies within the humantities and social sciences.
The Norwegian oil experience has many aspects: Becoming a large oil producer and at the same time maintaining en egalitarian welfare state, the establishment of a large oil fund, the development of a strict regulation regime and more.
Air Pollution can not be contained by national borders, but is a matter of concern for all that breathe. This book analyzes the processes that surround the issue that is transboundary air pollution in Europe.
This handbook looks to provide academics and students with a comprehensive and holistic understanding of the phenomenon of innovation.
Important case study using the 'National Systems of Innovation' model Examines the unusual case of Norway's economic growth Contains historical data relating to key sectoral innovation systems The concept of National Innovation Systems is well established in academic research and enthusiastically adopted by policymakers. Yet there are relatively few in-depth studies of individual national innovation systems.This book provides just that.