Eilert Sundts hus
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Moltke Moesvei 31
The Center for Technology, Innovation and Culture is pleased to invite its staff to the fourth Publication Workshop, which will take place at TIK on 24th-25th November.
Professor Christian Borch, Department of Management, Philosophy and Politics, Copenhagen Business School
ARENA and CORE invite to a conference on the Europeanisation of gender equality policies. The event will address researchers, public administration, civil society and media.
What are the British alternatives to full EU membership? What can Britain learn from current non-members? Welcome to a panel discussion on Britain's future in Europe.
I anledning utgivelsen av Hva er EU godt for? av Erik Oddvar Eriksen og EU-kontrollen – jakten på det egentlige EU av Dag Yngland og Alf Ole Ask inviterer Cappelen Damm til lanseringsdebatt med statsråd Vidar Helgesen.
This minicourse by William Thomson teaches how to write and speak effectively about economics. The course is open to PhD students and faculty members.
Lunch seminar with Berit Kristoffersen, University of Tromsø
TIK organizes a PhD course on "Knowledge, Innovation and Networks in Today’s Economy", which will be taught by Professor Robin Cowan during the week 27-31 July.
The aim of the workshop is to offer young researchers interested in macroeconomics a forum for presentation and discussion of their own work. Macroeconomics is broadly defined and includes business cycle research, financial economics, macro/labor, and macroeconomic aspects of public economics among other things.
This debate will gather parliamentarians from Norway, Denmark and Sweden to discuss today’s constitutional context and challenges. Do we take the current situation seriously enough?
Using game theory to understand climate negotiations is a workshop with prominent scholars Scott Barrett, Bård Harstad and Jon Hovi.
The University of Oslo in collaboration with the South African Embassy in Oslo celebrates South Africa on Friday 19 September at 12.00, Georg Sverdrup building, Blindern.
Brown bag Macroeconomics Seminar. Jaume Ventura, Senior researcher at CREI, professor at Universitat Pompeu Fabra and research professor at Barcelona GSE, presents the paper 'Debt into growth: how sovereign debt accelerated the first industrial revolution'.
What could happen to the price of natural gas in the US? What will be the consequences of shale gas on European economies? Could US shale gas create a threat to Norwegian gas exports?
The recent 60th anniversary of Professor Geir B. Asheim, as well as his research, inspired us to organize this workshop.
This film is about physicians and psychologists implemented and covered up the torture of detainee in Guantanamo and Abu Ghraib prisons.
With the European parliamentary elections just one year ahead, can we expect Euroscepticism to become dominant? Are there any lessons to be learned from the 2009 campaign? ARENA invites to a book presentation of Contesting Europe by Pieter de Wilde, Asimina Michailidou and Hans-Jörg Trenz.
Southern Europe has been severely struck by the financial crisis, in social as well as political terms. How has the crisis been handled, and could it have been done differently? These questions were discussed at a seminar staged by ARENA during the National Science Week.
With the Nobel Peace Prize to the European Union as a backdrop, ARENA researchers, in collaboration with 'Partnerforum', will assess recent developments in Europe and question how the Norwegian public administration adapts to the EU.
ARENA researchers offer a PhD course in ‘Organisational Theory Approaches to the Study of Public Policy and Administration’.
ARENA is again represented Oslo Research Fair. Visit our stand to test your knowledge of European affairs and talk to our researchers.
CEMES and EURECO - in cooperation with ARENA - holds a symposium on cosmopolitanism in light of the current challenges to European democracy. It invites leading North American scholars to enter a debate with their European colleagues on the future prospects of cosmopolitanism in Europe and the world.