In this paper, Maria Tsouri, Jens Hanson, Teis Hansen and Markus Steen analyse how knowledge evolves and (re)combines across technological fields and over time to contribute to the knowledge network of a new technological field (green shipping).
Below you will find a selection of publications from our researchers.
For a full overview of research activities and -results here at TIK, please see:
• CRISTIN (Norwegian common register for research activities and results)
• RePEc for working papers
• DUO for PhD dissertations and master theses
In their new article "Retrofitting towards a greener marine shipping future: Reassembling ship fuels and liquefied natural gas in Norway" Irene Øvstebø Tvedten and Susanne Bauer examines 'retrofit' as a prism for studying the politics of fuel and the relation between transitions and existing infrastructures in the maritime sector.
This paper by Blažek and Steen 1) identifies key conceptual differences between two main research streams within economic geography and regional studies: global production networks/value chains and regional innovation systems, 2) compares policy implications, and 3) discusses the scope for mutual inspiration both conceptually and in terms of policy recommendations.
In this book chapter Reetta Muhonen and OSIRIS researcher Silje Tellmann explore the challenges of reporting societal impacts for ex post evaluation purposes.
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.
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.
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.
Mission-oriented innovation policies have 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.
Vaskelainen and colleagues explore what types of companies can exploit servitisation opportunities and how digitalisation affects inter-company relationships during these opportunites
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.