Det er som om vi bare holder pusten, sier Kristin Asdal. Professoren mener norske myndigheters håndtering av pandemien viser hvordan vi sitter fast i den vekstbaserte økonomien.
- Call for papers on "Markets for Sustainability: Evolving Challenges, Imperfections, and Trade-offs" 28. sep. 2021
- Hilde Reinertsen medlem av Akademiet for yngre forskere 23. sep. 2021
- OSIRIS workshop in Fredrikstad: What have we learned about impact? 8. sep. 2021
- OSIRIS newsletter 2021: Impact of science – during and after the pandemic 2. sep. 2021
Fulvio Castellacci (director at TIK) speaks about his research on innovation and social welfare. The webinar is hosted by the UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose, an institute founded and directed by Mariana Mazzucato.
TIK welcomes PhD students to register for the new PhD course "The more than human condition" 6-9 December! Deadline for signing up for the course: October 4, 2021.
New article on Norway's Food Waste Reduction Governance
23. sep. 2021 14:54
Julia Szulecka and Nhat-Strøm Andersen are happy to share their new article Norway's Food Waste Reduction Governance: From Industry Self-Regulation to Governmental Regulation? that has just been published by Scandinavian Political Studies.
The role of human capital in structural change and growth in an open economy: Innovative and absorptive capacity effects
23. sep. 2021 13:33
In this article OSIRIS researcher Brita Bye and Taran Fæhn study how more and better human capital can contribute to knowledge accumulation and structural change by means of a dynamic endogenous growth model, with Norway as a numerical case.
‘The good economy’: a conceptual and empirical move for investigating how economies and versions of the good are entangled
22. sep. 2021 14:10
This paper suggests the concept of ‘the good economy’ as an analytical tool for investigating how economic practice is entangled in versions of the good.