News

Book Project on Green Economy and Services

The Green Economy Research Group has been the platform for different activities, including organizing sessions on international conferences. November 2014 we organized a research workshop with invited scholars from Scandinavia, the UK, Germany and Luxembourg through which preliminary manuscript for a planned book project on green economy and services were presented and discussed. The team has set up an agreement with Palgrave Macmillan for the publication and for which manuscript submissions have been organized this spring (for publication 2016).

Green Economies Workshop

The Green Economies Network held an international workshop with invited researchers and PhD-students at Bjørnefjorden Guesthouse nearby Bergen on the 13th and 14th of November 2014. More information here.

EUs High-Level Group on Business Services

Patrik Ström the president of RESER are among the members of EUs High-Level Group on Business Services. This group has in 2014 delivered their report to the European Commission in 2014. The report also includes green economy. Click here for more details.

Presentation of PhD research project

Helge L. Tvedt presents his PhD research. Click here for more information.

RESER Mobility Grant 2013

Helge Lea TVEDT,  , Phd student in the University of Bergen  (Norway) has been invited to spend time in the Center for International business studies, department of business administration in the university of Gothenburg  (Sweden). Click here for more information.

Network member appointed as the new President of RESER

General Assembly held in Bucharest on September 22nd, 2012 has elected Patrik Ström, School of Business, Economics and Law, Universities of Gothenburg as the new President of RESER www.reser.net.

Master thesis on green innovations

Helge Lea Tvedt finished master his thesis in geography at University of Bergen on the 11th June 2012 with a thesis titled: Green Innovation- a study of the innovation process by two spin-off enterprises from R&D institutions in Bergen.  The theoretical approach includes theories of innovation systems, intrapreneurship and technology transfer.  Empirical evidence includes case studies based on semi-structured interviews among the entrepreneurs and key players from some of the other organizations that have been involved in the innovation process. It also includes some secondary sources such as official statistics, company and governmental reports.

Grant from RESER

In the end of February 2012, the network received the RESER European Association for Research on Services- Small research Grant.