NORSI Research School Conference 2016
15 December 2016 at BI Norwegian Business School, Oslo.
Thank you to those who attended the NORSI Conference 2016! Over 60 people participated, including NORSI students and faculty, agency personnel, and others who are interested in the emerging research within the innovation field. 15 NORSI students presented and received prepared feed-back from one senior and one junior discussants,
norsi_program_15-december-2016, abstracts and particpant list now available.
This is a great opportunity to present your research and get constructive feedback!
NORSI invites you to a one –day conference for all NORSI PhD students to present their work in progress. Anyone interested in the latest within innovation research, friends and networks partners of NORSI are welcome. We encourage all NORSI students and supervisors to attend.
The aim is to provide a comfortable and open environment for students to presents their research in progress, findings so far, and to receive feedback and support from peers. This is intended to be a platform for all students and not just those whom are near completion. Taking part in the conference is seen as an important part of the research education for students that are part of NORSI. The conference is open for anyone but only NORSI PhD students may present.
NORSI students who opt to not present are also encouraged to attend. NORSI students will be asked to be junior opponents. Even if you do not present, we might ask you to be a junior discussant on a paper.
Abstracts and Presentations
All abstracts are now available here. Each presentation will receive prepared feed-back from both a senior and junior opponent. Abstract (short) deadline is 15 November and paper deadline is 1 December. Each student will be given 25 min.; 15 min. presentation and 10 min for feed-back/questions. The paper to be submitted before the conference does not have to be a complete work, and can be in progress. Max. length should be about 8000 words, however shorter papers in draft versions are also acceptable.
We are happy to announce that Professor Johan Schot, Director of SPRU – Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex, UK will provide the Key Note lecture at the NORSI Conference. The title for his lecture is “Responding to a World in Transition: The Past and Future of Transformative Innovation Policy”. Please got to Johan Schot’s website for more information about him and to download two papers which are related to the topic of the talk; one on Deep Transitions and one on Transformative Innovation Policy.
Professor Johan Schot joined the University of Sussex as the Director of SPRU – Science Policy Research Unit – in January 2014. He is a Professor in the History of Technology and Sustainability Transitions Studies. His research is wide ranging but has always focused on integrating social science and historical perspectives for a better understanding of the nature and governance of radical socio-technical change. More info about Professor Johan Schot here.
Please click here to register and submit your details. Registration deadline is 1 December 2016. Anyone planning to attend (with or without abstract/paper) have to register.
Program – Schedule Overview:
15 December 2016, at BI Norwegian Business School, room B2-060
9:30 – 10:00 | Registration and Coffee/Tea
10:00 – 11:00 | Keynote: “Responding to a World in Transition: The Past and Future of Transformative Innovation Policy”, Professor Johan Schot, Director SPRU, University of Sussex, UK
11:00 – 12:30 | Student presentations x 3
12:30 – 13:30 | Lunch – served in the Fine Dining area on the 7th floor (Please let Birte know if you are not coming for lunch)
13:30 – 17:15 | Student presentations x 13
17:15 – 20:30 | Tapas Dinner and Socializing- Everyone welcome! (In front of B2-060)
Program – Detailed
09:30 – 10:00 | REGISTRATION AND COFFEE
10:00 – 10:10 | WELCOME, Roger Sørheim, Managing Director, NORSI and Professor NTNU
10:10 – 11:00 | KEY NOTE LECTURE, Responding to a World in Transition: The Past and Future of Transformative Innovation Policy, Professor Johan Schot, Director SPRU – Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex, UK
SESSION 1: STUDENT PRESENTATIONS, Session Chair, Roger Sørheim, NTNU
11:10 – 11:35 | Failing to learn from failure in innovation: A systematic literature review,Nhien Nguyen, NTNU
Senior Opponent: Lene Foss, UiT- Arctic; Junior Opponent: Karin Wigger, Nord Uni.
11.35 – 12:00 | Do ‘green’ employment effects vary across industries? Implications for green growth, Christine Mee Lie, UiO- TIC
Senior Opponent: Arne Isaksen, UiA; Junior Opponent: John-Erik Rørheim, UiS
12:00 – 12:25 | In Search of Alignment: A Review of Impact Assessment in Entrepreneurship Education, Uladzimir Kamovich, UiT- Arctic
Senior Opponent: Gry A. Alsos, Nord Uni.; Junior Opponent: Nhien Nguyen, NTNU.
12:30 – 13:30 | LUNCH – served in BI’s Cafeteria – Fine dining – 7th Floor (for all attendees,please let us know if you can’t attend)
SESSION 2: STUDENT PRESENTATIONS, Session Chair Bjørn T. Asheim, UiS
13:30 – 13:55 | A theory of trade secret management leading to improvements in appropriability, Haakon Thue Lie, NTNU
Senior Opponent: Knut Sogner, BI; Junior Opponent: Beniamino Callegari, BI
13:55 – 14:20 | Adapting existing solutions to new problems: a case study of innovation activities among the Norwegian petroleum-related supply companies in crisis, Jakoba Straml Gonzalez, UiO-TIC
Senior Opponent: Bjørn T. Asheim, UiS; Junior Opponent: Nina Hjertvikrem, UiS
14:20 – 14:45 | Challenges of value co-creation in service eco-innovations: Lessons from the ‘Green retrofit’ network in Northern Denmark, Karin A. Wigger. Nord Uni.,Roberto Rivas Hermann, Nord university and Rosanna Garcia, North Carolina State University
Senior Opponent: Arne Isaksen, UiA; Junior Opponent: Nhien Nguyen, NTNU
14:45 – 15:10 | Competence as a driver for industrial energy efficiency investments: a study of Norwegian manufacturing firms, Mette Talseth Solnørdal, UiT- Arctic
Senior Opponent: Knut Sogner, BI; Junior Opponent: Tuukka R. R. Mäkitie, UiO-TIC
15:10 – 15:30 | COFFEE BREAK – Move to 2 parallel sessions
PARALLEL A- SESSION 3: STUDENT PRESENTATIONS, Session Chair, LENE FOSS, UiT – Arctic, Room B2-010
15:30 – 15:55 | Networks and Innovation in the Subsea Industry in Rogaland: A Multi-Modal Analysis of Network Structures, Nina Hjertvikrem, University of Stavanger
Senior Opponent: Lene Foss, UiT- Arctic; Junior Opponent: Beniamino Callegari, BI
15:55 – 16:20 | Determinants for grant funding: How network centrality affects European higher education institutions’ participation in Horizon 2020, Simen Enger, UiO-TIC and KD
Senior Opponent: Roger Sørheim, NTNU; Junior Opponent: Haakon Thue Lie, NTNU
16: 20– 16:45 | Innovation under money manager capitalism: Schumpeterian profitless prosperity and the “money view”, Beniamino Callegari, BI Norwegian Business School
Senior Opponent: Magnus, Gulbrandsen, UiO- TIC; Junior Opponent: Johan Miörner, Circle, Lund Uni.
16:45 – 17:10 | Challenges during business start-up and growth, Oxana Bulanova and Lars Kolvereid, Nord Uni.
Senior Opponent: Roger Sørheim, NTNU; Junior Opponent: Jakoba Straml Gonzales, UiO-TIC
17.15 | TAPAS DINNER AND WINE – Everyone Welcome! In front of B2-060.
PARALLEL B – SESSION 4: STUDENT PRESENTATIONS, Session Chair GRY. A ALSOS, Nord Uni. – Room: B2- 060
15:30 – 15:55 | The green fling: Market volatility in incumbent industries and sustainability transitions in an oil-fuelled economy, Tuukka R. R. Mäkitie, University of Oslo, TIC
Senior Opponent: Bjørn T. Asheim, UiS; Junior Opponent: Mette Talseth-Solnørdal, UiT- Arctic
15:55– 16:20 | Innovation in tourism – The use of Community Innovation Survey (CIS) in a service context, Anne Jørgensen Nordli, Lillehammer University College
Senior Opponent: Tatiana Iakoleva, UiS ; Junior Opponent: Christine Mee Lie, UiO-TIC
16:45 – 17:10 | Responsible Research and Innovation: A Systematic Review, Raj Kumar Thapa, UiS
Senior Opponent: Gry A. Alsos, Nord Uni.; Junior Opponent: Adeline Hvidsten, BI
17:10 – 17:35 | Innovation and metamorphosis towards strategic resilience, Marta Morais-Storz, NTNU
Senior Opponent: Magnus Gulbrandsen, UiO- TIC; Junior Opponent: Olga Mikhailova, BI
17.30 | TAPAS DINNER AND WINE – Everyone Welcome! In front of B2-060.
Travel and accommodation will be covered for all NORSI students, supervisors and representatives.A blook of room has been reserved at Radisson Nydalen hotel. Please reserve your room by sending Birte an email. All travel expences (economy) will be refunded after the conference.
Participants NORSI Conference 2016 per 28 November 2016
Participants NORSI Conference 2016 per 14 December 2016
Adeline Hvidsten, BI Norwegian Business School
Allan Dahl Andersen, University of Oslo, TIK
Anne Jørgensen Nordlie, Lillehammer University College
Anne Solgaard, Senior Advisor, Medvind AS
Arne Isaksen, University of Agder
Beniamino Callegari, BI Norwegian Business School
Betina Riis Asplin, BI Norwegian Business School
Birgit Jevnaker, BI Norwegian Business School
Birte Horn-Hanssen, BI Norwegian Business School
Bisrat Agegnehu, I Norwegian Business School
Bjørn T Asheim, University of Stavanger
Bjørnar Sæther, University of Oslo
Christine Mee Lie, University of Oslo, TIK
Daniel Massi, BI Norwegian Business School
Dipesh Sigdel, UiT- The Arctic University
Elisabeth Gulbrandsen, Research Council Norway
Elise Husum, Research Council Norway
Erlend Nybakk, BI Norwegian Business School
Erlend O. Simensen, University of Oslo, TIK
Gro Marthinsen, Research Council Norway
Gry Agnete Alsos, Nord University, Business School
Gry Cecilie Høiland , University of Stavanger
Ingrid Katrine Amundsen,University of Oslo, TIK
Jakoba Straml Gonzalez, University of Oslo, TIK
Johan Miörner, CIRCLE, Lund University
Johan Schot, SPRU, University of Sussex
John Erik Rørheim, University of Stavanger
Karin A. Wigger, Nord University, Business School
Keith Peavy, BI Norwegian Business School
Knut Sogner, BI Norwegian Business School
Kristin Oxley, Research Council Norway
Lars Thue, BI Norwegian Business School
Lene Foss, UiT- The Arctic University
Magnus Gulbrandsen, University of Oslo, TIK
Marianne Røgeberg, University of Stavanger
Marie Lindberg, University of Oslo, TIK
Mette Talseth Solnørdal, UiT- The Arctic University
Nhat Strøm-Andersen, University of Oslo, TIK
Nina Hjertevikrem, University of Stavanger
Nina Veflen, BI Norwegian Business School
Olav Wicken, University of Oslo, TIK
Olga Mikhailova, BI Norwegian Business School
Oxana Bulanova, Nord University, Business School
Philip Lorentzen, Research Council Norway
Raj Kumar Thapa, University of Stavanger, Business School
Renathe Eline Jacobsen, UiT- The Arctic University
Simen Enger, University of Oslo, TIK
Stefania Sardo, BI Norwegian Business School
Tatiana Iakovleva, University of Stavanger, Business School
Tina Næss, University of Oslo, TIK
Tine Petersen Malonæs, BI Norwegian Business School
Trine Paus, Research Council Norway
Tuukka R. R. Mäkitie, University of Oslo, TIK
Uladzimir Kamovich, UiT- The Arctic University
Valentina Tartiu, University of Oslo, TIK
If you have any questions regarding the conference, please contact Birte M. Horn-Hanssen/birte.m.horn-Hanssen@bi.no