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By Jan Jämte and Rune Ellefsen
Geir Bjarne Asheim, Kuntal Banerjee and Tapan Mitra
Camilla Houeland explores relations between popular protests and institutional politics in Nigeria's petroleum-dependent economy in an article in The Extractive Industries and Society.
Jarle Trondal har publisert et essay i Norsk statsvitenskapelig tidsskrift, der han diskuterer hvordan kriser kan utfordre europeisk integrasjon og offentlig forvaltning.
In an article in Sustainability Ragnhild Dahl Wikstrøm and Lars Böcker present promising evidence that e-bikes could play a crucial role in achieving a sustainable transport transition, pointing out that interventions are essential for upscaling and mainstreaming.
A few studies have examined neuropsychological functions, sleep, and mental health combined in Klinefelter syndrome (KS; 47,XXY).
The Scandinavian Journal of Economics
Markus Karlman, Karin Kinnerud & Kasper Kragh-Sørensen
Gabriel Felbermayr, Jasmin Groeschl and Inga Heiland
John Erik Fossum has contributed with a chapter on Norway’s relationship with the EU in the book Euroscepticism and the Future of Europe.
The cerebral hemispheres are specialized for different cognitive functions and receive divergent information from the sensory organs, so that the interaction between the hemispheres is a crucial aspect of perception and cognition.
Eva Krick and Åse Gornitzka have published an article in Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research, tracing the claim of a “scientisation” of EU governance.
Resul Umit and Katrin Auel (IHS, Vienna) have published a new article in Journal of Contemporary European Studies, analysing the vote on the 'European Union (Notice of Withdrawal) Bill' in the House of Commons.
Geir B. Asheim and Tapan Mitra
Anja Dalgaard-Nielsen and Håvard Haugstvedt has a new C-REX working paper out.
In an article in Ethnicities, Grete Brochmann and Arnfinn H. Midtbøen explore how ideas about nationhood and integration have influenced the divergence in citizenship policies in Scandinavia, and what overall purpose the policy-changes reflect.
In an article in Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Arnfinn H. Midtbøen, Grete Brochmann et. al. examine whether perceptions of ideal citizenship criteria and assessments of Norway’s current rules differ between groups.
The Manchester Team within the OSIRIS centre has published a conceptual paper that underpins the empirical work on framework conditions on the user side combining various political science and sociological theories. The work on this paper has informed the design of the empirical work, in particular the OSIRIS survey.
Psychodynamic therapy is an effective treatment for depression.
Erik Oddvar Eriksen
In this article Hege Bakke Sørreime and Kjetil Tronvoll explore how accountability in extractive resource governance is conceived and re-shaped as a consequence of the changing political context in Tanzania, made possible by the inherent ambiguity in the concept of accountability.
Martin C. Hänsel, Moritz A. Drupp, Daniel J.A. Johansson, Frikk Nesje, Christian Azar, Mark C. Freeman, Ben Groom & Thomas Sterner
Iris Wanzenbo, Joeri H. Wesseling, Koen Frenken, Marko P. Hekkert and Matthias Weber aim for a better conceptualization of Mission-oriented Innovation Policy (MIP).