Publications from RESINNREG
Here you can find a list of publications by the candidates at the PhD programme in Responsible Innovation and Regional Development.
Åkerblom, Kristina (2022). Peer Workers in Co production and Co creation in Mental Health and Substance Use Services: A Scoping Review. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research.
Nagarajah, Nanthini (2022). Determinants of responsible innovation for sustainability transition in a developing country: Contested narratives for transition in the Sri Lankan power sector. Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift - Norwegian Journal of Geography, DOI: 10.1080/00291951.2022.2136108
Bækkelund, N. G. (2022). Fields of change? Actors, institutions and social fields in the green restructuring of the Flåm tourism industry. Growth & Change.
Vai, Faraimo Jay (2021). Regional and international inter-organizational STI and DUI collaborations as carriers for eco-innovation. Regional Studies, Regional Science, Volume 8 (1), s. 402-419
Bækkelund, Nora Geirsdotter (2021). Change agency and reproductive agency in the course of industrial path evolution. Regional studies, Volume 55 (4), s. 757-768
Aakerblom, Kristina & Ness, Ottar (2021). Peer support workers in co-production and co-creation in public mental health and addiction services: Protocol for a scoping review. PLoS ONE 16 (3): e0248558
Benneworth, Paul & Cinar, Ridvan (2021). Why do universities have little systemic impact with social innovation? An institutional logics perspective. Growth and Change, Volume 52 (2), s. 751-769
Fløysand, Arnt, Lindfors, Emil Tomson, Jakobsen, Stig Erik, Coenen, Lars Martel Antoine (2020). Place-Based Directionality of Innovation: Tasmanian Salmon Farming and Responsible Innovation. Sustainability, 13 (1): 10.3390/su13010062
Cinar, Ridvan (2020). Structuration of Natural Resource-Based Innovations in Universities: How Do They Get Institutionalized? Sustainability, 12 (5): 10.3390/su12051834
Cinar, Ridvan (2019). Delving into social entrepreneurship in universities: is it legitimate yet? Regional Studies, Regional Science, Volume 6 (1), s. 217-232