In this paper, I explore the mental consequences of Covid-19.
In this article in Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space, Knut G. Nustad and Heather Swanson explore the contributions and limitations of Foucauldian approaches in environmental contexts through empirical attention to trout introduction and management efforts in South Africa.
The aim of this book by Sylvi B. Endresen is to broaden our understanding of technological change by adopting the concept of technological retrogression. With reference to concrete cases of technological retrogression a new conceptual framework is developed. The book’s exposition aims at contrasting retrogressive economic dynamics of technological change to progressive dynamics as developed by Schumpeter.
Published in Journal of Risk Research, 2021
Jarle Trondal has co-authored a new article on agency governance.
In this book, Arnd Schneider argues for a new anthropology of the moving image, bringing together a significant range of essays on time-based media in the contemporary arts and anthropology.
In this article in the Journal of Labour and Society, Giorgos Poulimenakos, Anna Giulia Della Puppa, Antonios Alexandridis, Dimitris Pavlopoulos and Dimitris Dalakoglou argue that the idea of crises as exceptions and ruptures does not apply in the context of the Greek labour market.
In this article in the Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, Tom Bratrud demonstrates how people may agree on certain core values for living, but that individual stakes can make them interpret different actions to be right when putting those values into action.
A recent meta-analysis has questioned the relevance of attention bias modification (ABM) for depression outcomes.
In this article Kenneth Bo Nielsen, Siddharth Sareen, Patrik Oskarsson and Devyn Remme argue that ruptures in democratic governance contexts embody temporally discontiguous and country-specific patterns. They argue that these are conjunctures of particular possibilities for bounded reconfiguration, and that such reconfiguration can intensify or shift the course of what the state is becoming.
Asimina Michailidou, Elisabeth Eike and Hans-Jörg Trenz
Av Kari Steen-Johnsen, Øyvind Bugge Solheim, Marte Slagsvold Winsvold og Bernard Enjolras
In this article Hege Høyer Leivestad and Elisabeth Schober use the case of the HMM Algeciras to unpack some of the flipsides of contemporary shipping and address overcapacity and crisis in global shipping.
Jarle Trondal has published a new article in International Review of Administrative Sciences.
The COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing protocols aimed to slow its transmission are having severe mental health consequences.
Erik O. Eriksen has edited a new book that addresses the challenge of reconciling modern governments’ need for knowledge with the demand for democratic legitimacy. Several ARENA researchers have contributed with book chapters.
Daniel Naurin has published a new article on how to measure bias in the interest group system, co-authored with Frida Boräng (Uni. Gothenburg).
Helena Seibicke and Asimina Michailidou
Psychological resilience is indicated when individuals demonstrate good mental health despite exposure to significant stress or adversity.
In this recently published article OSIRIS researchers analyse how tax credits stimulate R&D through the user cost of capital and how it impacts the economy in general via knowledge flows from R&D capital.
Geir Asheim, John M. Hartwick & Tapan Mitra
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control