Why would firms in the oil and gas industry become entrepreneurs in floating wind power technology? How do they use their existing competences in such ventures? Read more in Tuukka Mäkitie's new article in Technology Analysis & Strategic Management.
Special Issue in Social Studies of Science: “From Person to Population and Back: Exploring Accountability in Public Health” coedited by TIK's Susanne Bauer, Klaus Hoeyer (University of Copenhagen) and Martyn Pickersgill (University of Edinburgh).
New INTRANSIT paper in Research Policy investigates digital innovation.
Do bureaucrats use research results? A report from OSIRIS researcher Taran Thune presents findings from pilot survey.
Political desicions are expected to be knowledge-based. And it is the government administration’s job to aquire this knowledge. But when seeking an overview of the knowledge in your policy area – is it enough to ask a colleague?
Politiske beslutninger forventes å være basert på kunnskap. Og denne kunnskapen er det forvaltningen som har jobben med å innhente. Men holder det å spørre en kollega når man skal skaffe seg oversikt over kunnskapen på området man jobber med?
Hva er forutsetningene og barrierene for å bygge opp en større norsk havvindindustri?
In this new publication in Regional Studies, Artur Santoalha investigates the role of cooperation between organizations on technological diversification. He finds that cooparation within and between regions emerges as an important determinant of regional diversification, but both forms of cooperation should evolve hand in hand- singly, each form may prove ineffective at boosting regional diversification.