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    • 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 ...