Recent Submissions

  • Analyzing the necessity of hydrogen imports for net-zero emission scenarios in Japan 

    Burandt, Thorsten (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    With Japan’s current plans to reach a fully decarbonized society by 2050 and establish a hydrogen society, substantial changes to its energy system need to be made. Due to the limited land availability in Japan, significant ...
  • Reinventing the Business Model of Local Agriculture 

    Solem, Esten (Master thesis, 2021)
    Brazil’s Amazon rainforest and California are both ravaged by wildfires. The Amazon fires are caused by high agricultural pressure, whereas the Californian fires are fueled by lack of agricultural pressure. This imbalance ...
  • A hybrid perspective on energy transition pathways: Is hydrogen the key for Norway? 

    Damman, Sigrid; Sandberg, Eli; Rosenberg, Eva; Pisciella, Paolo; Graabak, Ingeborg (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    Hydrogen may play a significant part in sustainable energy transition. This paper discusses the sociotechnical interactions that are driving and hindering development of hydrogen value chains in Norway. The study is based ...
  • How deregulation can become overregulation: An empirical study into the growth of internal bureaucracy when governments take a step back 

    Størkersen, Kristine Vedal; Thorvaldsen, Trine; Kongsvik, Trond; Dekker, Sidney (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    Over the past decades, government safety management regulation has been driven by deregulation, simplification and organization-level regimes of inspection. So-called functional rule-making requires organizations to implement ...
  • Vehicle routing with endogenous learning: Application to offshore plug and abandonment campaign planning 

    Bakker, Steffen J.; Wang, Akang; Gounaris, Chrysanthos (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    When a particular service is performed many times, the duration of the service might reduce due to the effect of learning from similar tasks that have been performed before. In this article, we present an approach to account ...
  • Head-worn displays and job content: a systematic literature review 

    Bal, Michiel; Vermeerbergen, Lander; Dhondt, Steven; Benders, Jos (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    Despite the emergence of head-worn displays at work around forty years ago, few studies have appeared about their impact on job content. To investigate this, a systematic literature review was conducted on these devices ...
  • Impact of Carbon Price on Renewable Energy Using Power Market System 

    Hu, Xiangping; Cheng, Xiaomei; Qiu, Xinlu (Chapter, 2020)
    Reducing anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions is a critical element to keep global warming below 2 °C. In terms of the IEA report, the largest sources of emission in 2016, which approaches to 42% of global total, is ...
  • Entrepreneurial learning behaviour of community insiders 

    Haneberg, Dag Håkon; Aaboen, Lise (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    Purpose The purpose of the present paper is to explore entrepreneurial learning at the centre of communities of practice. Design/methodology/approach Learning perspectives from the community of practice concept are ...
  • Application of Systems Engineering and Sustainable Development Goals towards Sustainable Management of Fishing Gear Resources in Norway 

    Deshpande, Paritosh; Haskins, Cecilia (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    Commercial fishing is a critical economic sector for Norway, yet deficiency of scientific information, regulatory instruments, inadequate implementation, and lack of management infrastructure are among the significant ...
  • Examining the most accident-prone sector within commercial aviation: Why do accidents with light inland helicopters occur, and how can we improve safety? 

    Nævestad, Tor-Olav; Bye, Rolf Johan; Antonsen, Stian; Berge, Siri Hegna; Hesjevoll, Ingeborg Storesund; Elvebakk, Beate (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    Light inland helicopter has for several years been the most accident-prone sector within commercial aviation, with a more than 10 times higher accident risk than offshore helicopters. The main aims of this article are to: ...
  • Embracing transdisciplinary tensions on the road to 2030 

    Macintyre, Thomas; Witjes, Sjors; Vildåsen, Sigurd; Ramos Mejía, Mónica (Chapter, 2021)
    This chapter explores transdisciplinary (TD) research from the context of sustainability in social sciences, with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a backdrop. The generative aspect of this paradox ...
  • The Municipality’s Role in a Smart Internet of Things Ecosystem 

    Nesse, Per Jonny; Lindtvedt, Ida Cathrine Ringdal; Frøhaug, Ragnhild Skirdal (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    This article explores how municipalities plan and utilize Internet of Things (IoT) for smart city development, as well as how they collaborate with actors in the IoT-ecosystem. To do so, in-depth interviews and secondary ...
  • Entering a Brave New World: Market Entry Assessments Into a Born Global Industry 

    Aspelund, Arild; Bjørgum, Øyvind; Sæther, Erik Andreas (Chapter, 2021)
    This chapter investigates key motivations, drivers, and barriers for firms that are seeking to enter new international supply chains for renewable energy. Offshore wind (OW) is a born global industry with a fully ...
  • On Work Relevance of Adult Education: A Case Study Narrative 

    Vold, Aud Tone; Haave, Hanne Marit; Kaloudis, Aris (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    There is an increased focus on relevance of higher education. Mostly it is about enhanced job opportunities or job advancements for the individual. However, relevance of higher education may also be towards solving important ...
  • Association between exposure to different stone aggregates from asphalt and blood coagulability: A human exposure chamber study 

    Nitter, Therese Bergh; Hilt, Bjørn; Svendsen, Kristin V Hirsch; Buhagen, Morten; Jørgensen, Rikke Bramming (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    A large fraction of particulate matter (PM), especially PM10, concentrations are due to non-exhaust emissions, such as road abrasion and wear on tires and brake pads. Concentrating on road abrasion, we aimed to investigate ...
  • Value Chain Integration – A Framework for Assessment 

    Gamme, Inger Astrid Øygarden; Andersen, Bjørn Sørskot; Raabe, Håkon; Powell, Daryl (Chapter, 2020)
    Despite an abundance of research on the topic, firms continue to struggle with integrating their value chains in order to create and deliver more value to customers. Silo-thinking (rather than systems-thinking) is a typical ...
  • Energi og industri - Mulighetsrom verdikjeder - NHO Veikart for fremtidens næringsliv 

    Støa, Petter; Røkke, Nils Anders; Størset, Sigmund Østtveit; Spooren, Rudie; Knutstad, Gaute A. Johansen; Dahl, Nina; Akporiaye, Duncan; Bredesen, Rune; Sand, Gunnar; Tveten, Erlend Grytli; Mortensholm, Stein Kleppe; Steenstrup-Duch, Anne; Mehammer, Eirill Bachmann; Schäffer, Linn Emelie; Sandquist, Judit; Vullum-Bruer, Fride; Sheridan, Edel Maria; Alnæs, Lisbeth-Ingrid; Høgaas, Per Helge; Lademo, Odd-Geir; Øvrelid, Eivind Johannes (SINTEF Rapport;, Research report, 2019)
    Kan fremtidig verdiskaping innen energi og industri opprettholde Norge som bærekraftig velferdsnasjon, samtidig som vi oppfyller våre forpliktelser i internasjonale klimaavtaler og løser egne utfordringer i tråd med FNs ...
  • Veiledning i bruk av barriereindikator 

    Kjellén, Urban Anders Gunnar (Research report, 2021)
    Veiledningen viser en fremgangsmåte for å etablere og bruke «barriereindikatoren» i bygg- og anleggsnæringen. Barriereindikatoren måler tilgjengeligheten på barrierer i sikkerhetskritiske bygg- og anleggsaktiviteter. Slike ...
  • The Importance of Tacit and Explicit Knowledge Transfer in an Onboarding Programme 

    Haave, Hanne Marit; Vold, Aud Tone; Kaloudis, Aris (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    "Onboarding" is one way of facilitating training for newcomers in order to get them socialized and trained for the job in question. Getting newcomers "up to speed" and reducing turnover is cost saving for a company. In ...
  • Entry Strategies for Platform Firms in Two-Sided Markets 

    Veisdal, Jørgen (Doctoral theses at NTNU;2021:39, Doctoral thesis, 2021)
    Summary: This dissertation explores the dynamics of entry for firms attempting to establish platforms in two-sided markets characterized by a presence of network effects. As of the writing of the work, seven of the ...

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