Towards a problem-oriented regional industrial policy: possibilities for public intervention in framing, valuation and market formation
Apr. 19, 2022 10:11 AM
In this paper, Flanagan, Uyarra, and Wanzenböck, explore the place-based roles of agency, institutions, networks and values in discursive processes of problem-framing and market creation.
On digitalization and sustainability transitions
Feb. 18, 2022 9:48 AM
In this viewpoint, the authors call for more work on digitalization in transition studies and offer a number of perspectives to study the roles of digitalization in sustainability transitions.
The role of regional innovation systems in mission-oriented innovation policy: exploring the problem-solution space in electrification of maritime transport
Feb. 17, 2022 2:48 PM
In this paper in European Planning Studies, Bugge, Andersen, and Steen, aim to advance our understanding of the geographies and continuities of transformative change, by exploring the role of regional innovation systems in mission-oriented innovation. systems.
Unleashing the industrial transformative capacity of innovations
Feb. 17, 2022 2:43 PM
This paper, by Fontes, Bento, and Andersen, investigates the conditions in which the development of new technologies induce structural change in the economy. A literature review reveals three factors that influence the industrial transformative capacity of a technology: context; complementarities; competition.
Small wins for grand challenges. A bottom-up governance approach to regional innovation policy
Feb. 17, 2022 1:37 PM
In this paper, Bours, Wanzenböck, and Frenken, propose a small wins approach as a new governance strategy to deal with wicked societal problems.
Innovation in established industries undergoing digital transformation: the role of collective identity and public values
Feb. 17, 2022 1:31 PM
In this paper, Jakoba Sraml Gonzalez and Magnus Gulbrandsen, discuss how established industries adapt to digital transformation. While digitalisation is perceived as an impetus for change, either due to the opportunities or threats it brings about, not all industries are able to change unlimitedly. The paper uses the newspaper industry in Norway as a case.
Scientific publications from co-funding projects
- Andersen, A. D., et al. (2019). Green growth in Nordic regions: Eight case studies. NIFU Working Paper. Oslo, NIFU. (GONST)
- Capasso, M., et al. (2019). "Green growth – A synthesis of scientific findings." Technological Forecasting and Social Change 146: 390-402. (GONST)
- MacKinnon, D., et al. (2019). "Path creation, global production networks and regional development: A comparative international analysis of the offshore wind sector." Progress in Planning 130: 1-32. (INNOWIC/RENEWGROWTH)
- Steen, M., et al. (2019). "Fostering renewable energy with smart specialisation? Insights into European innovation policy." Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift - Norwegian Journal of Geography 73(1): 39-52. (GONST/FME CENSES)
- Steen, M., et al. (2019). Greening the fleet: A technological innovation system (TIS) analysis of hydrogen, battery electric, liquefied biogas, and biodiesel in the maritime sector, SINTEF report 2019:0093. (GREENFLEET)
- Hanson, J. et al. (2019) Conditions for growth in the Norwegian offshore wind industry. CenSES report (INNOWIC/RENEWGROWTH)
- Karstad et al. (2019) Havvind – en industriell mulighet. FME NTRANS report. (INNOWIC/RENEWGROWTH)
- Bergek, A., et al (under review). Towards a sustainability transition in the maritime shipping sector: the role of market segment characteristics. Under review in Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions (GREENFLEET)
- Lund & Steen, M. (under review). Make at home or abroad? Manufacturing reshoring through a GPN lens. Geoforum (INNOWIC/RENEWGROWTH)