Law, governance and economics
Several CET affiliates with a background in law and political science have a research interest in examining legal, organizational and political aspects of transformation. A potential partner for extended collaborations is the Centre on Law and Social Transformation, which has competence in how law shapes society, including climate litigation. To strengthen the expertise in economics is needed in several areas and there is potential to explore extended collaborations in particular with researchers and centres at NHH.
- DeSeaWind: Designing a Refined Legal Framework for Offshore Wind in the North Sea Basin
- GOV-WIND: Governing Offshore Wind: Legal Challenges, Market Opportunities and Policy Perspectives
- Mare Nullius? Sea Level Rise and Maritime Sovereignties in the Pacific - An Expanded Anthropology of Climate Change
- GOVLAND - Legal governance in land use planning