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.
- Inside the research project: Gry Høiland 11. juni 2021
- EU-SPRI 2021: Science and Innovation – an uneasy relationship? 9. juni 2021
- Eu-SPRI conference 9-11 June 2021: Science and Innovation – an uneasy relationship? 26. mai 2021
- Available Postdoctoral Fellowship 26. mai 2021
Master in Science Horticulture Sveinung Grimsby will be defending his dissertation: Radical innovation in a conservative industry. Selected cases of new product development in the Norwegian food industry
We invite doctoral and postdoctoral researchers from Norwegian Universities and Research Institutes to present their ongoing research and discuss them in a friendly and supportive environment. Given the pandemic and absence of collective activities, we aim to bring visibility to this emerging field of research in Norway, facilitate networking and create opportunities for collaborations.
Transformational complexity, systemic complexity and economic development
4. juni 2021 14:24
In a newly published paper in Research Policy Fulvio Castellacci together with José Miguel Natera develop two new notions of economic complexity.
Modeling R&D spillovers to productivity: The effects of tax credits
28. mai 2021 11:04
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.
Does Norwegian firms’ participation in knowledge networks facilitate access to the international offshore wind market?
6. mai 2021 14:35
A newly published study in Research Policy investigates this question with an analysis of datasets on Norwegian firms’ participation in research networks (data from the Research Council of Norway and EU funded projects) and on participation in the international offshore wind industry.