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    • The relevance of samhandling in military doctrines 

      Carlsten, Tone Cecilie; Torgersen, Glenn-Egil; Steiro, Trygve; Haugdal, Berit Kristin (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Military leaders are faced with high expectations when it comes to handling unforeseen situations in joint military operations. This chapter aims to present a nuanced professional and pedagogical discussion of how an ...
    • Theoretical perspectives on innovation for waste valorisation in the bioeconomy 

      Bugge, Markus; Bolwig, Simon; Hansen, Teis; Tanner, Anne Nygaard (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      This book is anchored in a systemic and evolutionary understanding of how society evolves through technological development and innovation that are socially embedded and conditioned by actors, networks and institutions. ...
    • Using the future for innovation policy learning in Norway 

      Koch, Per (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      This case study was part of Innovation Norway’s effort to introduce advanced methods for thinking about the future into national innovation policy learning. The report reflects the work undertaken between 2013 and 2017. ...
    • 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 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 ...