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Tarje Iversen Wanvik

Researcher
  • E-mailTarje.Wanvik@uib.no
  • Phone+47 55 58 30 87
  • Visitor Address
    Fosswinckelsgt. 6, 7th floor
    5020 Bergen
    Room 
    734
  • Postal Address
    Postboks 7802
    5020 Bergen

Sustainable urban development and social justice

Local effects of transnational corporate social responsibility (CSR).

How social responsibility influence companies' stakeholder management.

If social investments can curb corruption.

How Governments delegate governance instruments to corporate actors in Extractive Hot Zones

Postdoc project

PhD project

Spaces of Climate and Energy Laboratory (SpaceLAB) 

CET - centre for climate and energy transformation

CSR kan være verktøy mot korrupsjon (in Norwegian, Interview Bergen Chamber of Commerce)

Wanvik 2013: Større avstand, mindre makt (feature article, Bergens Tidende)

Climate friendly cities: Vi trenger ti-minuttersbyer (In Norwegian, co-authored by Håvard Haarstad, in Bergens Tidende)

Mining in Naustdal, Norway: Et forvarsel om et dårligere samfunn (In Norwegian, Feature article. Bergens Tidende)

Spaces of Climate and Energy Laboratory (SpaceLAB)

Varsellampene bør blinke nå (In Norwegian, feature article in Bergens Tidende)

Frem med sydvesten: klimaendringer på Vestlandet (in Norwegian, Feature article i Bergens Tidende)

Beyond Oil: international conference by Space LAB, Department of geography and Political geography network

Den lille stygge pudden: Op-ed in Bergens Tidende June 2016

Geo 100: Governance

Geo 121: Urban Geography

Geo 123: Migration

Geo 123: Corporate Social Responsibility

Geo 124: local and regional development

Geo 206: Qualitative Methodology (course coordinator)

Geo 306: How to work with assemblage thinking

Geo 308: Theory of Science (From Post-structuralism to the Ontological Turn)

Geo 324: CSR - re-territorialisation of global business

Geo 328: A critique of "Regions Unbound: Towards a new politics of place" (Amin 2004)

Scandinavian Area Studies: Transnationalism and Migration in a Norwegian Context

Academic article
  • 2018. Transformative social science? Modes of engagement in climate and energy solutions. Energy Research & Social Science. 197 pages.
  • 2018. Arild Holt-Jensen (1937–) receives the Johan August Wahlberg Medal in Gold. Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift. 254-255.
  • 2017. Understanding indigenous strategic pragmatism: Métis engagement with extractive industry developments in the Canadian North. The Extractive Industries and Society. 595-605.
  • 2017. Carbonscapes and beyond - Conceptualizing the instability of oil landscapes. Progress in Human Geography. 432-450.
  • 2016. Governance transformed into Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): New governance innovations in the Canadian oil sands. The Extractive Industries and Society. 517-526.
  • 2014. Encountering a multidimensional assemblage: The case of Norwegian corporate social responsibility activities in Indonesia. Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift. 282-290.
Lecture
  • 2017. Fremtidens energiforsyning i Longyearbyen - Medvirkning fra lokalsamfunnet.
  • 2016. Real life laboratory - Longyearbyen, Svalbard.
  • 2016. Komplekse problemer, mangfoldige løsninger. Universitetet som arena for samarbeid. .
Academic lecture
  • 2018. A hackathon-like workshop to inspire dialogue and find solutions to improve climate services in Norway.
  • 2017. Wildfire politics - understanding indigenous strategic pragmatism through the case of the Fort McMurray wildfire.
  • 2017. Understanding Indigenous strategic pragmatism: Métis engagement with extractive industry developments in the Canadian North.
  • 2017. Climate justice and the city - Re-assembling ideas and practices of justice in urban climate governance.
  • 2016. Ut av komfortsonen? Om å finne samfunnsviterens plass i samprodusert klimakunnskap.
  • 2016. Urban nexus governance and pathways to transformation: Finding geography’s place .
  • 2015. Carbonscapes and beyond - Conceptualizing the instability of oil landscapes .
  • 2015. Can industry be responsible - The role of Corporate Social Responsibility in governing extractive hot zones .
  • 2014. Encountering a multi-dimensional assemblage - The case of Norwegian corporate social responsibility activities in Indonesia .
  • 2013. Mobility and the politics of place.
Reader opinion piece
  • 2016. Den lille stygge pudden. Bergens Tidende. 36-37.
Book review
  • 2017. Oil booms and business busts - a review. International Affairs. 2 pages.
  • 2017. Managing resource abundance and wealth - The Norwegian experience. International Affairs. 1483-1484.
  • 2015. Globografi - En kort innføring i flerlokalitetsforskning av Hans Erik Næss. Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift. 312-313.
Academic monograph
  • 2018. Contested Energy Space.
Masters thesis
  • 2013. Corporate Social Responsibility - re-territorialisation of global business. Grounding foreign companies in local context through CSR - the case of Norwegian Business in Indonesia.
Popular scientific article
  • 2016. Hvordan bygge en elv - motstridende hensyn i norsk klimatilpasning. Naturen. 28-35.
  • 2015. Vi trenger 10-minutters-byer. Bergens Tidende. 14-15.
Feature article
  • 2020. Stort behov for mer kunnskap om fjordene våre. Fiskeribladet.
  • 2019. Bompengeopprør og mistillit mot politikere. Hvorfor møter det grønne skiftet så sterk motstand? . Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.).
  • 2017. Når politikken tar over. Bergens Tidende. 42-43.
  • 2017. Byen vår er gjort om til et levende laboratorium. Bergens Tidende. 56-57.
  • 2016. Slik kan Bergen lykkes. Bergens Tidende.
  • 2016. Opprydningsparadokset. Bergens Tidende. 3.
  • 2015. Varsellampene bør blinke nå. Bergens Tidende.
  • 2015. Frem med sydvesten. Bergens Tidende.
  • 2015. Et forvarsel om et dårligere samfunn. Bergens Tidende.
  • 2013. Større avstand, mindre makt. Bergens Tidende.
Doctoral dissertation
  • 2017. Contested energy spaces. Disassembling energyscapes of the Canadian North.
  • 2017. Contested Energy Spaces - disassembling energyscapes of the Canadian North.
Interview
  • 2015. For klimaets skyld: Vi er under press for å bo tettere.
Academic chapter/article/Conference paper
  • 2019. Wildfire Politics.
  • 2018. Spillet om naturressursene i oljealderens solnedgang. 17 pages.
  • 2015. Råvaresonens geografi - steder som flerdimensjonale ansamlinger. 18 pages.
Chapter
  • 2019. Ei urban verd. . In:
    • 2019. Verda og vi. Innføring i geografi. Det Norske Samlaget.

More information in national current research information system (CRIStin)

Wanvik, Tarje 2017: PhD thesis

Wanvik, Tarje 2016: Understanding Indigenous strategic pragmatism. In Extractive industries and society

Wanvik, Tarje og Haarstad, Håvard, (2016): Carbonscapes and beyond - Conceptualizing the instability of oil landscapes. In Progress in Human Geography

Wanvik, Tarje, (2016): Governance transformed into CSR - new governance innovations in the Canadian oil sands . In Extractive Industries and Society 

Wanvik, Tarje og Haarstad, Håvard, (2015): Råvaresonens geografi. I Berg, Cruickshank og Dale:  Med sans for sted

Wanvik, Tarje 2014: Encountering a Multi Dimensional Assemblage – The case of Norwegian Corporate Social Responsibility activities in Indonesia. In Norwegian Journal of Geography


Wanvik, Tarje 2013:  CSR - re-territorialisation of global businessMaster thesis

Academia: CSR, corporate citizenship, responsible business, networks, assemblage theory, theories of power, grounding, theories of place, politics of place, stakeholder analysis.

Additional professional competencies: Brand Management,
 Public Relations
, Ideal communication, 
Campaigns, Communication strategies, Advocacy and lobby, Organisational development and management, Strategic design,
 Political communication
, Management
, Fundraising
, Events