Published in the book Global Reflections on COVID-19 and Cities, Volume 3: Public Space and Mobility.
Publikasjoner - Side 5
This paper explores the link between digital literacy and green regional diversification. Santoalha, Consoli, and Castellacci find that a workforce's skills in using and developing ICT technologies can be an important determinant for a region's ability to diversify into new green technologies. The findings have policy implications for regional transitions towards greener and smarter economies.
In the August Issue of the 37th volume of Anthropology Today you can find articles by Samwel Moses Ntapanta, Franziska Klaas and Konstantin Biehl.
In this report, Astrid Tollefsrud examines how the Commission responded to the health and economic crises caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
In this 91st issue of the Oceania, edited by Tom Bratrud, Ingjerd Hoëm and Keir Martin you can find articles by Ingjerd Hoëm, Tom Bratrud and Keir Martin.
Halvor Mehlum & Ragnar Torvik
Review of Keynesian Economics
Elisabeth Fevang, Erik Figenbaum, Lasse Fridstrøm, Askill H. Halse, Karen Evelyn Hauge, Bjørn G. Johansen & Oddbjørn Raaum
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment
Andreas Fagereng, Martin B. Holm & Kjersti Næss Torstensen
Journal of Economic and Social Measurement
Andreas Fagereng, Martin B. Holm & Giske Natvik
American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics
Dag Morten Dalen, Steinar Strøm & Marilena Locatelli
Nordic Journal of Health Economics
Published in American Sociological Review, 2021
The purpose of this study was to better understand how individuals with craniofacial conditions experience living with visible differences and make sense of appearance-altering surgery.
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.
Publisert i Sosiologen, 2021
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.