- The greening of the European petroleum industry
- Facing the Climate and Digital Challenge: European Energy Industry from Boom to Crisis and Transformation
- Comparing Media Framings Of Climate Change In Developed, Rapid Growth And Developing Countries: Findings From Norway, China And Ghana 
- Public Policies for Corporate Social Responsibility in Four Nordic Countries: Harmony of Goals and Conflict of Means
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- The Norwegian/ Nordic Model and its 21st Century Challenges
- Companies Squeezed Between Autocratic and Democratic Regimes
- Polycentric Governance in a Bipolar World
- The Greening of the European petroleum industry
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- Regional economic effects of the green transition in the Nordics
- AFINO (Ansvarlig Forskning og Innovasjon i Norge)
- BioNEXT - The role of bioenergy in the future energy system
- Value Creation in Open Innovation
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Regional economic effects of the green transition in the Nordics
The project contributes to research and policy discussions about the impact of the green transition on Nordic regional economies. This includes an analysis of the challenges and opportunities linked to the transition in key economic sectors in each Nordic country. It will also include an investgation of how the transition to new energy sources and new technologies will affect the Nordics at the regional level.
Financed by Nordregion on behalf of the Nordic Council of Ministers 2023 - 2024

AFINO (Norwegian: Ansvarlig Forskning og Innovasjon i Norge) is a network and learning centre for responsible innovation and corporate social responsibility in Norway. WP 5 Case studies
WP5, contributes to case studies of core sectors of the economy to spark dialogue between researchers, business executives, and civil society on how to improve performance on all three "bottom lines" productivity, fairness and ecological sustainability.

BioNEXT - The role of bioenergy in the future energy system
In light of the transitions taking place in the energy and forest sector, the primary objective of BioNEXT is to identify and evaluate commercial, regulatory and technological pathways towards an economically viable and successful forest bioenergy sector.
Financed by the Research Council of Norway 2016-2019

Value Creation in Open Innovation

The Project explores project development over long time-spans and identifies critical success factors in competency-intensive innovation projects in Norway.
Financed by Innovation Norway 2010

Creative Responses to Sustainability - CERES21
An international research project exploring cultural, political and economic innovation for a sustainable future. Financed by the Research Council of Norway (NFR) in the period 2008-2012. 
For more information see www.CERES21.org

CSR as a Strategic Tool for Sustainability-Focused Innovation in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises
The study explores how CSR relates to growth and innovation and focuses on specific challenges in integrating CSR and innovation in SMEs.
Financed by the Research Council of Norway (NFR) in the period 2010-2012

The Nordic Model: Is it Sustainable and Exportable?
The project explores the Nordic Model?s sustainability, facing issues like climate, globalizing markets, migration, and ethnic identity and other hurdles in the 21st century.
Financed by the Research Council of Norway (NFR) 2010 - 2012

Renewable Energy and Liberalisation in Selected Electricity markets - REALISE FORUM 
The project presents a basis for coherent national policies in the view of a possibly coordinated RES-policy at EU level. Financed by the EU Commission 2005. 
For more information see www.realise-forum.net

Evaluation of Statoils Supplier Development Programme
The reviews Statoil?s Supplier Development Programme and evaluate its performance. It highlights both weaknesses and strengths and suggests programme improvements. Financed by Statoil 2003-2004

Issues and Challenges in Organising and Processing Innovation: A focus on Shell Technology Norway
The project studies innovation in Shell Technology Norway, combining a descriptive analysis of the unit itself with a reflection on selected relevant issues in innovation theory.
Financed by Shell Technology Norway 2005

New Technology Qualification in Petroleum Industry
The project focuses on development towards safer and more environmentally friendly energy production.
Financed by The EU Commission (2002-2004) Under the Cordis

Energy-Related Environmental Policy in Europe: Development and Strategic Challenges For The Norwegian Energy Companies
The project analyzes European energy-related environmental policy as a strategic game along several dimensions and at multiple levels. The project will discuss various environmental conditions for political solutions in Europe and discuss the strategic impact for Norwegian industry.
Financed by The Norwegian Research Council. 2002-2005

Consumers as Environmental Activists in the Nordic electricity market: Opportunities and conditions
The project investigates the role of consumers in the Nordic electricity markets, and their possibility to act as a force for environmentally oriented strategies
Financed by The Nordic Collaborative Council for Social Science Research 1999 - 2000

Nord Pool, Nordic Challenges In A European Perspective
The project focuses on the Nordic Electricity Market and the reform needs as seen from the user side. It analyses the exchange function in the electricity market and its advantage as an arena for price information and transaction. It reviews Nord Pool?s trading instruments and and assesest their strengths and weaknesses compared to other commodity exchanges, stock exchanges and financial markets. It further reviews strategic challenges from other existing and emerging stock markets, and also looks at Nord Pool's role in the development of the European energy markets.
Finance by The Norwegian Research Council 1998

Green Energy-Industrial Clusters In Europe: New Links Between Technology, Markets and Policy
The project studies the development of green energy industrial clusters defined as links between commercial, technological and political interests in interaction promotes environmental innovation in the energy system. Through the selected case studies and comparative and contextual analysis the project discusses the role of social and political institutions have played in the development and the potential for learning across national contexts.
Finance by The Norwegian Research Council 1997-1999