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.
- 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
- Eu-SPRI Forum 2021: Science and innovation – an uneasy relationship? 2. juli 2021
- Inside the research project: Gry Høiland 11. juni 2021
Vibeke Pihl visits the STS methods lab seminar 23 September.
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: September 27, 2021.
The promises and premises of mission-oriented innovation policy: A reflection and ways forward
6. sep. 2021 13:41
Mission-oriented innovation policies has become a topic of much debate recently. In this research perspective, the authors reflect on reflect on what missions are, their positive and negative effects, and how they can be studied empirically.
Servitisation on consumer markets: entry and strategy in Dutch private lease markets
6. sep. 2021 13:32
Vaskelainen and colleagues explore what types of companies can exploit servitisation opportunities and how digitalisation affects inter-company relationships during these opportunites
Institutional relatedness and the emergence of renewable energy cooperatives in German districts
6. sep. 2021 13:17
In this article in Regional Studies, the authors study the effects and importance of ‘institutional relatedness’ on the development of renewable energy cooperatives in Germany.