Core and partner courses: NORSI offers both core and partner courses. NORSI organizes the core […]
NORSI has a generous travel refund policy. The travel policy has now ben updated. More […]
Scientific journalism and knowledge dissemination ESBRI stands for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Research Institute and […]
Here we link to articles about NORSI and NORSI students and faculty that have been […]
The Kamprad Family Foundation for Entrepreneurship, Research & Charity has awared NORSI SEK 5 million […]
During our recent First General Assembly Meeting, held on 28 January 2021 on Zoom – […]
Key impacts and added value for students, faculty and institutions for being part of NORSI. […]
As as of January 2021 NORSI is the Nordic Research School in Innovation and Entrepreneurship. […]
26 institutional partners: 32 participants met on 2 September 2020 (Zoom) to discuss and plan […]
NORSI is awarded funding to expand its international and Nordic collaborations for another 4 years […]
NORSI Conference 2020 completed in its usual form as an informal community research-sharing arena. We had two full NORSI days filled with two dozen student presentations!
The NORSI 2020 Conference program is very research extensive this year and filled with exciting emerging research!
NORSI and the Research Council of Norway organized on 12 December 2019 a seminar on economic development and innovation for regional policy makers. The Research Council through their Programme on Regional Research-based Innovation (FORREGION) supported the seminar.
The 2019 NORSI Research School Conference will take place Thursday 17th and Friday 18th January 2019 at BI Norwegian Business School, Oslo.
20 NORSI PhD students and alumni met 5 – 6 September 2019 at BI in Oslo to discuss the possibilities for collaborative research projects and a NORSI book project.
NORSI welcomes Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (HVL) as a member institution.
Edward Elgar has manifested interest in publishing a NORSI research anthology. The intention is to deliver a rich, organic description of innovation and entrepreneurship processes in the context of a universal evolutionary view of society.
Representatives from 25 Nordic institutions participated in this workshop about the future of NORSI to discuss the NORSI’ application to The Research Council of Norway for partial funding.
60 participants took part in this year’s Norsi conference at BI Norwegian Business School. There were 22 presenters and 44 prepared comments.
Norsi arranged 22-24 August 2018 a writing workshop focusing on how to write the introduction to article-based dissertations.
20 NORSI students from all over Norway met this week at Hurdalsjøen hotel for a three-day writing retreat.
The 2018 NORSI Research School Conference held 11-12 January at BI Norwegian Business School showcased the interdisciplinary and high quality research
NORSI traveled in mid-October 2017 to Shanghai and Hangzhou in China. The participants were 20 NORSI PhD students from institutions all over Norway.
NORSI invites to a one–day conference for all NORSI PhD students to present their work in progress. The aim is to provide a comfortable and open environment for presenters to discuss their research.
During the next four years, NORSI will continue to develop its doctoral program for PhD student within the innovation field.
Seventeen students from different NORSI Institutions went to Silicon Valley for an in-depth observation of the most innovative ecosystem of the world