• Valorization of bio-residuals in the food and forestry sectors in support of a circular bioeconomy: A review 

      Gregg, Jay Sterling; Jürgens, Jonas; Happel, Maaike Karlijn; Strøm-Andersen, Nhat; Tanner, Anne Nygaard; Bolwig, Simon; Klitkou, Antje (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      This literature review focuses on valorization of bio-residuals from the brewery, dairy, slaughterhouse and forestry sectors. Bio-residuals are organic wastes, side streams, or residues that remain at the end of the ...
    • Value Chain Structures that Define European Cellulosic Ethanol Production 

      Gregg, Jay Sterling; Bolwig, Simon; Hansen, Teis; Solér, Ola; Amer-Allam, Sara Ben; Viladecans, Julia Pladevall; Klitkou, Antje; Fevolden, Arne Martin (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Production of cellulosic ethanol (CE) has not yet reached the scale envisaged by the literature and industry. This study explores CE production in Europe to improve understanding of the motivations and barriers associated ...
    • What is the bioeconomy? 

      Bugge, Markus; Hansen, Teis; Klitkou, Antje (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      The notion of grand challenges has over the last decade emerged as a central issue in policymaking and – increasingly – academia. In a European context, the Lund Declaration [1] stressed the urgency of pursuing solutions ...
    • What is the bioeconomy? A review of the literature 

      Bugge, Markus; Hansen, Teis; Klitkou, Antje (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      The notion of the bioeconomy has gained importance in both research and policy debates over the last decade, and is frequently argued to be a key part of the solution to multiple grand challenges. Despite this, there seems ...
    • What knowledge does the bioeconomy build upon? 

      Dybdahl, Linn Meidell; Iversen, Eric James (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Modern economies have long been characterised as ‘knowledge-based economies’ (e.g. David & Foray, 2002), whereby more advanced economies are distinguished by their ability to generate, disseminate and use new scientific ...
    • Which region to choose for an industrial policy? A research path to highlight restructuring opportunities 

      Capasso, Marco; Iversen, Eric James; Klitkou, Antje; Sandven, Tore (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-03-18)
      Our study explores research avenues that can help policymakers to assess regional capabilities for ‘green’ economic restructuring. After reviewing the relevant literature, and envisioning research paths which consider both ...
    • Why is there a lack of evidence on knowledge spillovers from foreign direct investment? 

      Knell, Mark; Rojec, Matija (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Empirical analyses of knowledge spillovers from foreign direct investment (FDI) offer mixed results; they find positive, neutral and negative FDI spillover effects. This lack of evidence mainly comes from the results of ...
    • Wilhelm Röpke and Richard C. Koo on Secondary Deflations and Balance Sheet Recessions 

      Olsen, Andreas Hardhaug (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015-06-15)
      The concept of a ‘secondary deflation’ was developed in the 1930s by the German economist Wilhelm Röpke, who saw it as something different from a normal depression. While a primary deflation is a necessary reaction to the ...
    • Å forstå regionale forskjeller i gjennomføring i videregående opplæring 

      Hovdhaugen, Elisabeth; Skålholt, Asgeir (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Det har lenge vært påvist store fylkesforskjeller i gjennomføring i videregående opplæring i Norge, og for å ta hensyn til dette har det i tidligere studier vært vanlig å kontrollere for ulike individkjennetegn. Denne ...