Publications at SVT
Kaiser, Matthias; Goldson, Stephen; Buklijas, Tatjana et al. (2021) Towards Post-Pandemic Sustainable and Ethical Food Systems. Food Ethics 6, 4.
Puy, Arnald; Lo Piano, Samuele & Saltelli, Andrea (2021) Is VARS more intuitive and efficient than Sobol’ indices? Environmental Modelling & Software.
The MAGIC Consortium (2020): The Nexus Times. Bergen: Megaloceros Press.
This book is an attempt at providing glimpses of Nexus issues in an accessible form for a general audience. It consists of short and sometimes very short articles that originally were published on the website of a research project. The book documents four years of intensive discussions within this research project, “Moving Towards Adaptive Governance in Complexity: Informing Nexus Security” (MAGIC).
Berg, Henrik. Evidens og etikk. Hva er problemet med evidensbasert praksis i psykologi? Fagbokforlaget, 2020
Hva er psykoterapi? Forfatteren av denne boken hevder at psykoterapi er en normativ praksis. Spørsmål om «godt» og «vondt» samt «rett» og «galt» henger uløselig sammen med psykoterapiens mål, som dermed ikke kan forstås uten å integrere etisk tenkning. Hovedhensikten med boken er å bidra til en bedre forståelse av hva psykoterapi er, som vil være avgjørende for behandlere, pasienter og pårørende.
Langvatn, Silje A.; Kumm, Mattias & Sadurski, Wojciech (eds.). Public Reason and Courts. Cambridge University Press, 2020
Public Reason and Courts is an interdisciplinary study of ideas of public reason in the context of constitutional and international courts. (...) The book shows that public reason is not just an abstract theoretical concept used by political philosophers, but an idea that spurs new perspectives and normative frameworks also for legal scholars and judges. In particular, the book demonstrates the potential, and the limitations, of public reason as a source of legitimacy for courts, in a context where many courts face political backlash and crisis of trust.
Aguado, SH; Segado, IS; Vidal, MES; Pitcher, TJ & Lam, Mimi Elisabeth (2020) The quality of fisheries governance assessed using a participatory, multi-criteria framework: A case study from Murcia, Spain. Marine Policy.
Ambole, Amollo; Kaviti Musango, Josephine; Buyana, Kareem; Ogot, Madara; Anditi, Christer; Mwau, Baraka; Kovacic, Zora; Smit, Suzanne; Lwasa, Shuaib; Nsangi, Gloria; Sseviiri, Hakimu; Brent, Alan C. Mediating household energy transitions through co-design in urban Kenya, Uganda and South Africa. Energy Research & Social Science. Volume 55, pp. 208-217 (2019).
Berg, Henrik (2020) A non-modern vision: Facts and values in psychotherapy. European Journal for Person Centered Healthcare. Volume 8 (3)
Berg, Henrik (2020) Virtue Ethics and Integration in Evidence-Based Practice in Psychology. Frontiers in Psychology. Volume 11
Bjørnestad, Jone Ravndal; McKay, James R.; Berg, Henrik; Moltu, Christian; Nesvåg, Sverre Martin. (2020) How often are outcomes other than change in substance use measured? A systematic review of outcome measures in contemporary randomised controlled trials. Drug and Alcohol Review. Volum 39
Aanesen, Sofia M.; Notøy, Runa R. G.; Berg, Henrik. (2020) The Re-shaping of Bodies: A Discourse Analysis of Feminine Athleticism. Frontiers in Psychology. Volume 11
Boulanger, Paul-Marie & Saltelli, Andrea (2020) Pandemic Luhmann
Bremer, Scott; Johnson, Eleanor; Fløttum, Kjersti; Kverndokk, Kyrre; Wardekker, Arjan & Krauß, Werner (2020) Portrait of a climate city: How climate change is emerging as a risk in Bergen, Norway. Climate Risk Management. Volume 29
De Marchi, Bruna (2020) "Societal Vulnerability and Resilience in the COVID-19 Crisis." Culture e Studi del Sociale, 5(1), Special issue, 163-174.
Fjelland, Ragnar (2020) Why general artificial intelligence will not be realized. Humanit Soc Sci Commun 7, 10 .
Funtowicz, Silvio (2020) From risk calculations to narratives of danger. Climate Risk Management. Volume 27
Funtowicz, Silvio & Giampietro, Mario. (2020) From elite folk science to the policy legend of the circular economy. Environmental Science & Policy. Volume 109, 64-72.
Harder, Robin; Wielemaker, Rosanne; Molander, Sverker & Öberg, Gunilla (2020) Reframing human excreta management as part of food and farming systems. Water Research, Volume 175.
Hesjedal, Maria Bårdsen; Åm, Heidrun; Sørensen, Knut Holtan; Strand, Roger (2020) Transforming Scientists’ Understanding of Science–Society Relations. Stimulating Double‑Loop Learning when Teaching RRI. Science and Engineering Ethics. Volume 26, 1633-1653
Jacob, Merle & Kearney, Mary-Louise (2020) Chapter 2 Higher Education and Research Policies. The Current Global Agenda and Implications for International Cooperation, in Building Higher Education Cooperation with the EU. Brill | Sense. 15-34
Kaiser, Matthias; Tzer-Yeu, Andrew & Gluckman, Peter (2020) Should policy makers trust composite indices? A commentary on the pitfalls of inappropriate indices for policy formation. arXiv:2008.13637
Kuc‑Czarnecka, Marta; Lo Piano, Samuele & Saltelli, Andrea (2020) Quantitative Storytelling in the Making of a Composite Indicator. Social Indicators Research. Volume 149, 775-802
Marcos-Valls, Alejandro; Kovacic, Zora; Giampietro, Mario; Kallis, Giorgos; Rieradevall, Joan (2020) Isolated yet open: A metabolic analysis of Menorca. Science of the Total Environment 2020. Volum 738, 1-15
Kaviti Musango, Josephine; Currie, Paul; Smit, Susanne; Kovacic, Zora. Urban metabolism of the informal city: Probing and measuring the ‘unmeasurable’ to monitor Sustainable Development Goal 11 indicators. Ecological Indicators. Volume:119 (2020)
Krauß, Werner & Bremer, Scott (2020). The role of place-based narratives of change in climate risk governance. Climate Risk Management. Volume 28
Lemos, Maria Carmen; Klenk, Nicole; Kirchhoff, Christine J.; Morrison, Tiffany; Bremer, Scott; Fischer, Alexandra Paige; Soares, Marta Bruno; Torres, Roger Rodrigues; Olwoch, Jane Mukarugwiza (2020) Grand Challenges for Climate Risk Management. Frontiers in Climate. Volume 2.
Lo Piano, Samuele; Feretti, Federico; Puy, Arnald; Albrecth, Daniel & Saltelli, Andrea. Variance-based sensitivity analysis: The quest for better estimators and designs between explorativity and economy. Reliability Engineering & System Safety, Volume 206, 2021 (artikkelen var tilgjengelig på nett fra 5. november 2020).
Midtgarden, Torjus (2020) 'Peirce’s Classification of the Sciences.' Knowledge Organization. 47(3): 267-278
Midtgarden, Torjus. (2020) 'A Wide View of Democracy and An Inclusive Conception of The Social,' European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy [Online], XII-1 |
Marschütz, Benedict; Bremer, Scott; Runhaar, Hens; Hegger, Dries; Mees, Heleen; Vervoort, Joost & Wardekker, Arjan. (2020) Local narratives of change as an entry point for building urban climate resilience. Climate Risk Management. Volume 28.
Puy, Arnald; Lo Piano, Samuele & Saltelli, Andrea (2020) Current Models Underestimate Future Irrigated Areas. Geophysical Research Letters. Vol. 47 (8)
Puy, Arnald; Lo Piano, Samuele & Saltelli, Andrea (2020) A sensitivity analysis of the PAWN sensitivity index. Environmental Modelling & Software. Volume 127.
Reinert, Erik S. (2020) The inequalities that could not happen: what the Cold War did to economics. real-world economics review. Issue 92, 186-206.
Reinert, Erik S. (2020) Industrial policy: A long-term perspective and overview of theoretical arguments. Working Paper WP 2020-04, UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose.
Rieder, Gernot; Völker, Thomas (2020) Datafictions: Or how measurements and predictive analytics rule imagined future worlds. JCOM - Journal of Science Communication. Volume 19 (1)
Saltelli, Andrea (2020) Ethics of quantification or quantification of ethics? Futures: The journal of policy, planning and futures studies. Volume 116
Saltelli, Andrea & Di Fiore, Monica (2020) From sociology of quantification to ethics of quantification. Humanit Soc Sci Commun 7, 69
Saltelli, Andrea & Boulanger, Paul-Marie (2020) Technoscience, policy and the new media. Nexus or vortex? Futures: The journal of policy, planning and futures studies. Volume 115
Saltelli, Andrea; Puy, Arnald et. al. (2020) The Future of Sensitivity Analysis: An Essential Discipline for Systems Modeling and Policy Support. Environmental Modelling & Software.
Saltelli A, Benini L, Funtowicz S, Giampietro M, Kaiser M, Reinert E, van der Sluijs JP (2020) The technique is never neutral. How methodological choices condition the generation of narratives for sustainability. Environmental Science & Policy, 106, 87-98
Sareen, Siddharth; Saltelli, Andrea & Rommetveit, Kjetil. (2020) Ethics of quantification: illumination, obfuscation and performative legitimation. Palgrave Commun 6, 20.
Serafimova, Silviya (ed). Dimensions of Intra- and Intergenerational Justice in the Debates about Sustainability. Avangard Prima, 2020. SVTerne Gunnar Skirbekk, Ragnar Fjelland and Andrea Saltelli har bidratt til denne boken.
Skirbekk, Gunnar (2020) TIDSDIAGNOSE. Kunnskapsrelaterte utfordringar i kriseramma moderne samfunn. SVT Press.
Thomas, Duncan A.; Nedeva, Maria; Tirado, Mayra M. & Jacob, Merle (2020) Changing research on research evaluation: A critical literature review to revisit the agenda. Research Evaluation, Volume 29 (3), 275–288
Van Beek, Lisette; Metze, Tamara; Kunseler, Eva; Huitzing, Hiddo; de Blois, Filip; Wardekker, Arjan (2020) Environmental visualizations: Framing and reframing between science, policy and society. Environmental Science & Policy. Volume 114, 497-505.
Van der Sluijs, Jeroen P. (2020) Insect decline, an emerging global environmental risk. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability.
Völker, Thomas; Kovacic, Zora & Strand, Roger (2020). Indicator development as a site of collective imagination? The case of European Commission policies on the circular economy. Culture and Organization, 26:2, 103-120.
Völker, Thomas (2020) Re-distributing Responsibility in Transdisciplinary Knowledge Production and Circulation, in Delicado A., Crettaz Von Roten F., Prpić K. (eds) Communicating Science and Technology in Society. Springer, Cham, 39-75.
Waltner-Toews, David; Biggeri, Annibale; De Marchi, Bruna; Funtowicz, Silvio; Giampietro, Mario; O’Connor, Martin; Ravetz, Jerome; Saltelli, Andrea; van der Sluijs, Jeroen P. (2020) Pandemie post-normali. Perché CoViD-19 richiede un nuovo approccio alla scienza. Recenti Progressi in Medicina. Volume 111(4), 202-204
Wardekker, Arjan; Wilk, Bettina; Brown, Valerie; Uittenbroek, Caroline; Mees, Heleen; Driessen, Peter; Wassen, Martin; Molenaar, Arnoud; Walda, Jim; Runhaar, Hens (2020). A diagnostic tool for supporting policymaking on urban resilience. Cities. Volume 101.
Wildschut, Diana & Zijp, Harmen (2020). The discoveries of citizens running around. Climate Risk Management. Volume 28
Öberg, Gunilla; S. Metson, Geneviève; Kuwayama, Yusuke & Conrad, Steven (2020) Conventional Sewer Systems are too Time-Consuming, Costly and Inflexible to meet the Challenges of the 21st Century. Sustainability. Volume 12 (16)
Kovacic, Z., Strand, R., & Völker, T. The Circular Economy in Europe. Critical Perspectives on Policies and Imaginaries, Routledge, 2019
The Circular Economy in Europe presents an overview and a critical discussion on how circularity is conceived, imagined, and enacted in current EU policy-making. In 2013, the idea of a circular economy entered the stage of European policy-making in the efforts to reconcile environmental and economic policy objectives. In 2019 the European Commission declared in a press release that the Circular Economy Action Plan has been delivered. The level of circularity in the European economy, however, has remained the same.
Ambole, Amollo; Kaviti Musango, Josephine; Buyana, Kareem; Ogot, Madara; Anditi, Christer; Mwau, Baraka; Kovacic, Zora; Smit, Suzanne; Lwasa, Shuaib; Nsangi, Gloria; Sseviiri, Hakimu; Brent, Alan C. (2019) Mediating household energy transitions through co-design in urban Kenya, Uganda and South Africa. Energy Research & Social Science. Volume 55, pp. 208-217
Bremer, Scott; Schneider, Paul, and Glavovic, Bruce. Climate Change and Amplified Representations of Natural Hazards in Institutional Cultures. Oxford Research Encyclopedia, Natural Hazard Science. Oxford University Press USA, 2019.
Bremer, Scott; Wardekker, Arjan; Dessai, Suraje; Sobolowski, Stefan; Slaattelid, Rasmus & van der Sluijs, Jeroen (2019) Toward a multi-faceted conception of co-production of climate services, Climate Services, Volume 13, 42-50
Bremer, Scott; Haque, Mohammad Mahfujul; BinAziz, Saifullah; Kvamme, S. ‘My new routine’: Assessing the impact of citizen science on climate adaptation in Bangladesh, Environmental Science & Policy, Volume 94, April 2019, Pages 245-257
De Marchi, Bruna; Funtowicz, Silvio Oscar (2019) Tutti dalla parte di Greta? Epidemiologia & Prevenzione. Volum 43, 202-203
Fetcher, Ned; Lam, Mimi Elizabeth; Cid, Carmen R; Mourad, Teresa (2019) Contingent faculty in ecology and STEM: an uneven landscape of challenges for higher education. Ecosphere. Volumw 10 (12), 1-16
Giampietro, Mario & Kovacic, Zora (2019) Facing the tragedy of change in the semiotic process: The role of science. International Journal of Sustainable Development. Volume 22 (1-2), 88-109
Hjellbrekke, J., Ingierd, H., & Kaiser, M., Diskutabel forsknigspraksis:holdninger og handlinger. Universitetet i Bergen, De nasjonale forskningsetiske komiteene, Høgskulen på Vestlandet; ISBN: 978-82-7682-092-8; ISBN digital utgave: 978-82-7682-091-1
Ilgen, S., Sengers, F., Wardekker, Arjan., City-To-City Learning for Urban Resilience: The Case of Water Squares in Rotterdam and Mexico City. Water 2019, 11(5): 983
J.Cadillo-Benalcazar, Juan; Giampietro, M., Bukkens, S. G.F. & Strand, Roger (2019) Multi-scale integrated evaluation of the sustainability of large-scale use of alternative feeds in salmon aquaculture, Journal of Cleaner Production.
Johnson, D. S., A. Lalancette, Lam, Mimi Elisabeth; M. Leite and S. K. Pálsson (2019) The Value of Values for Understanding Transdisciplinary Approaches to Small-scale Fisheries, pp. 35-54 in MARE Publication Series, Vol. 21, R. Chuenpagdee and S. Jentoft (eds): Transdisciplinarity for Small-Scale Fisheries Governance: Analysis and Practice. Springer International Publishing, Switzerland.
Karlsen, Jan Reinert. Thoughts in Progress: Field Notes from Norway (2019) i Thought Work. Thinking, Action, and the Fate of the World. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 103-105
Kovacic, Z., L. J. Di Felice (2019) Complexity, uncertainty and ambiguity: Implications for European Union energy governance, Energy Research & Social Science, Volume 53, 159-169
Kovacic, Zora; Kaviti Musango, Josephine; Ambole, Lorraine Amollo; Buyana, Kareem; Smit, Suzanne; Anditi, Christer; Mwau, Baraka; Ogot, Madara; Lwasa, Shuaib; Brent, Alan C.; Nsangi, Gloria & Sseviiri,Hakimu (2019) Interrogating differences: A comparative analysis of Africa’s informal settlements. World Development. Volume 122, 614-627
Lam, Mimi Elisabeth; TJ. Pitcher, S. Surma, J. Scott, M. Kaiser et. al (2019) Value- and ecosystem-based management approach: the Pacific herring fishery conflict, Mar Ecol Prog Ser 617-618:341-364.
Lam, Mimi Elisabeth (2019) Seafood Ethics: Reconciling Human Well-being with Fish Welfare, 177-197 in B. Fischer (ed): The Routledge Handbook of Animal Ethics: Routledge, NY.
Lo Piano, Samuele; Saltelli, Andrea & van der Sluijs, Jeroen P. (2019) Silver as a Constraint for a Large-Scale Development of Solar Photovoltaics? Scenario-Making to the Year 2050 Supported by Expert Engagement and Global Sensitivity Analysis. Frontiers in Energy Research. Volume 7
Mejlgaard, Niels; Christensen, Malene Vinther; Strand, Roger et al. (2019) Teaching Responsible Research and Innovation: A Phronetic Perspective. Sci Eng Ethics. 25, 597–615.
Midtgarden, Torjus (2019) Peirce’s classification of the sciences, Encyclopedia of Knowledge Organization ISKO.
Midtgarden Torjus (2019) Dewey’s Conceptualization of the Public as Polity Contextualized: The Struggle for Democratic Control over Natural Resources and Technology, Contemporary Pragmatism 16 (1):104-131
Midtgarden, Torjus (2019) Peirce’s Concept of Scientific Intelligence: Its Kantian Background and Relevance, i Acta Philosophica Fennica vol. 95: Limits of Pragmatism and Challenges of Theodicy: Essays in Honour of Sami Pihlström. Helsinki: The Philosophical Society of Finland.
A. Mason-Renton, Sarah; Vazquez, Marco; Robinson, Connor & Öberg, Gunilla (2019) Science for policy: A case-study of scientific polarization, values, and the framing of risk and uncertainty. Risk Analysis 39 (6)
Moedas, C., Vernos, I., Kuster, S., Nowotny,H., Saltelli, Andrea et. al. Views from a continent in flux, Nature, 2019
Reinert, Erik S. (2019) (edited by Rainer Kattel) The Visionary Realism of German Economics: From the Thirty Years' War to the Cold War. Anthem Press
Rommetveit, Kjetil; Van Dijk, N. & Gunnarsdóttir, K. Minerva Make Way for the Robots! Human- and Machine-Centricity in Constituting a European Public–Private Partnership, Minerva, Volume 57 / 2019
Rommetveit, Kjetil; van Dijk, N.; Gunnarsdóttir, O’Riordan, K.; Gutwirth, S.; Strand, Roger & Wynne, Brian (2019) Working Responsibly Across Boundaries? Some Practical and Theoretical Lessons in International Handbook on Responsible Innovation. A Global Resource, Schomberg and Hankins (eds.). Edward Elgar publishing
Saltelli, Andrea. A short comment on statistical versus mathematical modelling, Nature Communications, volume 10, Article number: 3870, 2019
Sareen, Siddharth and Lord, Emma Jane (2019) "Mahua for Jharkhand’s Ho? An accountability analysis of minor forest product governance" in India’s Scheduled Areas. Untangling Governance, Law and Politics, Varsha Bhagat-Ganguly, Sujit Kumar (eds.), 2019, Routledge
Sareen, Siddharth. Engaging Rural Indian Interventions: Constructing LocalGovernance Through Resource Access and Authority in Changing Contexts, Shifting Roles, and the Recasting of the Roleof the Indian State. New Perspectives on DevelopmentDynamics, Anthony P. D’Costa and Achin Chakraborty (eds.), 2019: 191-207
Sareen, Siddharth & Rommetveit, Kjetil (2019) Smart gridlock? Challenging hegemonic framings of mitigation solutions and scalability. Environmental Research Letters. Volume 14(7)
Saltelli, Andrea; K. Aleksankina, W. Becker et. al (2019) Why so many published sensitivity analyses are false: a systematic review of sensitivity analysis practices, Environmental Modelling and Software, Volume 114, 29-39
Skirbekk, Gunnar. Epistemic Challenges in a Modern World. From "fake news" and "post truth" to underlying epistemic challenges in science-based risk-societies, Lit Verlag. ISBN 978-3-643-91171-1, 2019
Smit, Suzanne; Kaviti Musango, Josephine; Kovacic, Zora; Brent, Alan C. (2019) Towards measuring the informal city: a societal metabolism approach. Journal of Industrial Ecology. Volume 23, 674-685
Surma, Szymon; Pitcher, Tony J.; Kumar, Rajeev; Varkey, Divya; Pakhomov, Evgeny A; Lam, Mimi Elizabeth (2019) Herring supports Northeast Pacific predators and fisheries: Insights from ecosystem modelling and management strategy evaluation. PLOS ONE. Volume 13 (7)
Thomas, Duncan A.; Nedeva, Maria; Tirado, Mayra M. & Jacob, Merle (2020) Changing research on research evaluation: A critical literature review to revisit the agenda. Research Evaluation. Volume 29, Issue 3. 275–288
Voelker, Thomas; K. Blackstock, Kovacic, Zora; J. Sindt, Strand, Roger; K. Wayle (2019) The role of metrics in the governance of the water-energy-food nexus within the European Commission, Journal of Rural Studies.
Wardekker, Arjan; Lorenz, Susanne (2019) The visual framing of climate change impacts and adaptation in the IPCC assessment reports. Climatic Change. Volume 156 (1-2), 273-292
Öberg, Gunilla & Leopold, Annegaaike (2019) On the role of review papers in the face of escalating publication rates – a case study of research on contaminants of emerging concern (CECs). Environment International. Volume 131
Öberg, Gunilla & Campbell, Alice (2019) Navigating the divide between scientific practice and science studies to support undergraduate teaching of epistemic knowledge. International Journal of Science Education 41(2), 230-247
Allen, Timothy F.H; Austin, Preston; Giampietro, Mario; Kovacic, Zora; Ramly, Edmond; Tainter, Joseph (2018) Mapping degrees of complexity, complicatedness, and emergent complexity. Volume 35, 39-44.
Basher, A., M. A Stiller-Reeve, A. K. M. Saiful Islam, Bremer, S.. (2018) Assessing climatic trends of extreme rainfall indices over northeast Bangladesh, Theoretical and Applied Climatology. Volume 134, Issue 1–2, 441–452
Bidone, Francisco & Kovacic, Zora (2018) From nationalism to global climate change: analysis of the historical evolution of environmental governance in the Brazilian Amazon. International Forestry Review. Volume 20 (4), 420-435
Bodde, Maartje; van der Wel, Karin; Driessen, Peter; Wardekker, Arjan & Runhaar, Hens (2018) Strategies for dealing with uncertainties in Strategic Environmental Assessment: An analytical framework illustrated with case studies from the Netherlands. Sustainability. Volume 10 (7), 2463.
Bremer, S.; M. Stiller-Reeve, A. Blanchard, N. Mamnun, Z. Naznin, M. Kaiser (2018) Co-producing “Post-normal” Climate Knowledge with Communities in Northeast Bangladesh, American Meteorological Society. 10(2), 259-268.
Cabello, Violeta; Kovacic, Zora & van Cauwenbergh, Nora (2018). Unravelling narratives of water management: Reflections on epistemic uncertainty in the first cycle of implementation of the Water Framework Directive in Southern Spain. Environmental Science and Policy. Volume 85, 19-27.
Forsberg, E.M., Anthun, F.O., Bailey, S., Birchley, G., Bout, H., Casonato, C., Fuster, G.G., Heinrichs, B., Horbach, S., Jacobsen, I.S., Janssen, J., Kaiser, M., Lerouge, I., van der Meulen, B., de Rijcke, S., Saretzki, T., Sutrop, M., Tazewell, M., Varantola, K., Vie, K.J., Zwart, H., Zöller, M.. (2018), “Working with Research Integrity—Guidance for Research Performing Organisations: The Bonn PRINTEGER Statement”, Science and Engineering Ethics, 24 (4), 1023-1034.
Hjellbrekke, J., Drivdal, L., Ingierd, H., Rekdal, O.B., Skramstad, H., Torp, I.S., & Kaiser, M. (2018). Etikk og integritet i forskning – resultater fra en landsomfattende undersøkelse. Universitetet i Bergen, De nasjonale forskningsewtiske komiteene, Høgskulen på Vestlandet; ISBN: 978-82-7682-080-5; ISBN digital utgave: 978-82-7682-081-2.
Kaiser, M. (2018), “Vitenskapelig kunnskap vokser frem”, in: Utvalgte filosofiske emner til EXPHIL, Ståle Gundersen, Tarjei Mandt Larsen & Cato Wittusen (eds.), Universitetsforlaget, Oslo. ISBN: 978-82-15-03125-5.
Kaiser, M. (2018), “Wider der Doppelmoral: ‘Lilyhammer’ – ein Spiegelbild Norwegens?”, in: Ethik in Serie. Eine Festschrift zu Ehren von Uta Müller; Cordula Brand & Simon Meisch (eds.), Tübingen Library Publishing, Tübingen; pp 133-143. ISBN: 978-3-946552-21-5; ISBN (pdf): 978-3-946552-20-8.
Kiravu, Cheddi; Diaz-Maurin, François; Giampietro, Mario; Brent, Alan C.; Bukkens, Sandra GF; Chiguvare, Zivayi; Gasennelwe-Jeffrey, Mandu A.; Gope, Gideon; Kovacic, Zora; Magole, Lapologang; Musango, Josephine Kaviti; Ruiz-Rivas Hernando, Ulpiano; Smit, Suzanne; Vázquez Barquero, Antonio & Yunta Mezquita, Felipe (2018). Proposing a Master’s Programme on Participatory Integrated Assessment of Energy Systems to Promote Energy Access and Energy Efficiency in Southern Africa. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 19 (3): 622-641.
Kovacic, Zora (2018) Conceptualizing Numbers at the Science–Policy Interface. Science, Technology, & Human Values. 43(6), 1039-1065
Kovacic, Zora (2018) Governing informality through representation: Examples from slum policies in Brazil and South Africa. Cities.
Lord, Emma Jane (2018). Displacement, Power and REDD+: A Forest History of Carbonized Exclusion. In Global Forest Governance and Climate Change (pp. 115-143). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.
Lord, E. J., Displacement, Power and REDD+: A Forest History of Carbonized Exclusion, in Global Forest Governance and Climate Change in Nuesiri, Emmanuel (Ed.), Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.2018: 115-143
Maxim L & van der Sluijs JP (2018) Quality of epidemiological studies: Procedural rules for uncertain science for policy. Environmental Science & Policy 84: 80–87.
Midtgarden, Torjus (2018) Categorical Analysis in Pragmatism: Specialization in Science and the Role of Philosophy, i Mereologies, Ontologies, and Facets. The Categorial Structure of Reality. Lexington Books, 107-133
Midtgarden, Torjus (2018) Pragmatism, i Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory. Springer Nature.
Metson, Genevieve S.; Powers, Steve M.; Hale, Rebecca L.; Sayles, Jesse S.; Öberg, Gunilla; MacDonald, Graham K. et al. (2018) Socio-environmental consideration of phosphorus flows in the urban sanitation chain of contrasting cities. Regional environmental change, Volume 8 (1) 387–1401
Raman, S., P. Hobson-West, Lam, Mimi Elisabeth and K. Millar (2018) Science Matters and the Public Interest: The Role of Minority Engagement, pp, 230-250 in: B Nerlich, S Hartley, S Raman, A Smith (eds), Science and the Politics of Openness: Here Be Monsters. Manchester University Press: Manchester, UK.
Rommetveit, Kjetil; Tanas, Alessia & van Dijk, Niels (2018) Data Protection by Design: Promises and Perils in Crossing the Rubicon Between Law and Engineering. IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology. Volume 526, 25-37
Saltelli, Andrea (2018) Why science’s crisis should not become a political battling ground. Futures: The journal of policy, planning and futures studies. Volume 104, 85-90
Sareen, S., Baillie, D. and Kleinwächter, J. (2018) Transitions to future energy systems: Learning from a community test field. Sustainability, 10(12), 4513.
Silvast, Antti; Williams, Robin; Hyysalo, Sampsa; Rommetveit, Kjetil & Raab, Charles (2018) Who 'uses' smart grids? The evolving nature of user representations in layered infrastructures. Sustainability. Volume 10 (10), 1-21
Sivertsen, Sveinung Sundfør; Halstead, Jill; Slaattelid, Rasmus Tore (2018) Moral Tuning: A cross-disciplinary study of musical metaphors in Adam Smith’s Theory of Moral Sentiments, and what they tell us about individual moral autonomy. Metaphilosophy. Volume 49(4), 435-458
Skirbekk, Gunnar (2018) Language history and the power of symbols, i Acta Academiae Regiae Gustavi Adolphi, 141-154
Skirbekk, Gunnar (2018) Processes of Modernization. Scandinavian Experiences. Transcultural Studies. Volume 14, 133-149
Skirbekk, Gunnar (2018) Three Lectures. Argumentative Reason. Freedom of Expression. Scandinavian Modernization. Bergen: SVT Press.
van Dijk, N; Tanas, Alessia; Rommetveit, Kjetil & Raab, Charles (2018) Right engineering - The redesign of privacy and personal data protection. International review of law computers & technology. Volume 32 (2-3), 230-256
Wardekker, Arjan (2018) Resilience principles as a tool for exploring options for urban resilience. Solutions. Volume 9 (1).
Öberg, Gunilla & Mason-Renton, Sarah A. (2018) On the limitation of evidence-based policy: Regulatory narratives and land application of biosolids/sewage sludge in BC, Canada and Sweden. Environmental Science & Policy. Volume 84, 88-96
Books published in 2016/17
Cancer care is undergoing a shift from a ‘one-size-fits all’ approach to more personalised medicine. One way of personalising cancer treatments is through biomarkers: molecules or biochemical changes found in the patient’s tissues and body fluids.
This book reflects upon the promise of cancer biomarkers and asks questions such as: How may the complexity of cancer biology impede the robustness of biomarkers in the clinic? How should one draw the line between the various sub-groups of patients for personalised treatment? How can one evaluate the cost-effectiveness and fairness of personalised cancer treatments? By bringing together authors from the fields of science and technology studies, medical ethics and philosophy, health economics and oncology, the book aims to give a critical yet accessible overview of some of the key social, ethical and economic issues that surround cancer biomarkers.
“The book should be required reading for oncologists, medical students, graduate students and especially for those who make policy decisions regarding the use and reimbursement of cancer biomarkers.” – Bruce Zetter, Charles Nowiszewski Professor of Cancer Biology in the Department of Surgery, Harvard Medical School
Editor: Ana Delgado
This book provides insights on how emerging technosciences come together with new forms of governance and ethical questioning.
Combining science and technologies and ethics approaches, it looks at the emergence of three key technoscientific domains - body enhancement technologies, biometrics and technologies for the production of space -exploring how human bodies and minds, the movement of citizens and space become matters of technoscientific governance. The emergence of new and digital technologies pose new challenges for representative democracy and existing forms of citizenship. As citizens encounter and have to adapt to technological change in their everyday life, new forms of conviviality and contestation emerge.
This book is a key reference for scholars interested in the governance of emerging technosciences in the fields of science and technology studies and ethics. The collection of articles in this book aim at introducing master students in the fields of STS and ethics to a number of technologies and technological concerns of today’s digital social realities
Editor: Gunnar Skirbekk
Kriser vil komme, igjen og igjen. Ikkje av eitt slag, ikkje langs éin dimensjon, men ved eit uoversiktleg samspel av mange faktorar. Ein kan bli skremd av mindre.
Som statsborgar i velorganiserte demokratiske rettsstatar kan vi velje og bli valde, demonstrere og organisere oss, delta i debatten og halde oss oppdaterte på det som skjer og på det som kan gjerast. Som statsborgar i kriseramma moderne demokrati har vi makt, kvar på sitt vis, og dermed også medansvar.
Dette er bakteppet for denne boka, Krise og medansvar, ei samling politiske skrifter i skjæringspunktet mellom aktuelle utfordringar og filosofisk refleksjon. Tolv tekstar med fokus på politikk og ekspertise, religion og modernitet, kultur og identitet, filosofi og øko-etikk.
The Rightful Place of Science: Science on the Verge. Tempe, AZ: Consortium for Science, Policy & outcomes
A crisis looms over the scientific enterprise. Not a day passes without news of retractions, failed replications, fraudulent peer reviews, or misinformed science-based policies. The social implications are enormous, yet this crisis has remained largely uncharted until now.
In Science on the Verge, luminaries in the field of post-normal science and scientific governance focus attention on worrying fault-lines in the use of science for
policy-making, and the dramatic crisis within science itself. This provocative new volume in The Rightful Place of Science also explores the concepts that need to be unlearned, and the skills that must be relearned and enhanced, if we are to restore the legitimacy and integrity of science.
Images of Knowledge: The Epistemic Lives of Pictures and Visualisations. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Publishing.
The authors consider the relationship between knowledge and image, though multi-faceted, to be one of reciprocal dependence. But how do images carry and convey knowledge? The ambiguities of images means that interpretations do not necessarily follow the intention of the image producers. Through an array of different cases, the chapters critically reflect upon how images are mobilised and used in different knowledge practices, within certain knowledge traditions, in different historical periods. They question what we take for granted, what seems evident, what goes without saying. This approach spans across established categories such as «scientific imaging», «religious images» and «artworks», and considers how images may contribute meaning across such categories
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Berg, H., Antonsen, P & Binder, P.E. (2016). Sincerely speaking: Why do psychotherapists self-disclose in therapy - A qualitative hermeneutic phenomenological study. Nordic Psychology, doi: 10.1080/19012276.2016.1198272
Blanchard, A. (2016). Mapping ethical and social aspects of cancer biomarkers. New Biotechnology, 33(6), 763-772.
Blanchard, A. (2016). Mouse models: some reflections from the lab. In A. Olsson, S. Araujo & F. Vieira (Eds.), Food Futures: Ethics, Science and Culture (pp. 505-510). The Netherlands: Wageningen Academic Publishers.
Bremer, S., Haque, M. M., Haugen, A. S. & Kaiser, C.W.M. (2016). Inclusive governance of aquaculture value-chains: Co-producing sustainability standards for Bangladeshi shrimp and prawns. Ocean and Coastal Management, 131, 13-24.
Bremer, S. & Kaiser, M. (2016). Sustainable aquaculture governance: challenges to participatory standard setting. In A. Olsson, S. Araujo & F. Vieira (Eds.), Food Futures: Ethics, Science and Culture (pp. 133-138), Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen.
Delgado, A. (2016). Assembling desires: Synthetic biology and the wish to act at a distant time. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 34(5), 914-934.
Delgado, A. & Callén, B. (2016). Do it yourself biology and electronic waste hacking: A politics of demonstration in precarious times. Public Understanding of Science. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/0963662516647348
van Dijk, N., Gellert, R., & Rommetveit, K. (2016). A risk to a right? Beyond data protection risk assessments. Computer Law and Security Report, 32(2), 286-306.
Ferrettia, F., Saltelli, A. & Tarantolac, S. (2016). Trends in sensitivity analysis practice in the last decade. Science of The Total Environment, 568, 666–670.
Fjelland, R. (2016). When laypeople are right and experts are wrong: lessons from love canal, HYLE – International Journal for Philosophy of Chemistry, 22, 105-125.
Galli, A., Giampietro, M., Goldfinger, S., Lazarus, E., Lin, D., Saltelli, A., Wackernagel, M. & Müller, F. (2016). Questioning the ecological footprint. Ecological Indicators, 69, 224–232.
Gianicolo, E.A.L., Mangia, C., Cervino, M., Bruni, A., De Marchi, B., Biggeri, A., Porcu, R., & Vigotti, M. (2016). Studio ecologico sulla mortalità dei residenti a Manfredonia dal 1970 al 2013 (Ecological study on the mortality of residents in Manfredonia 1970-2013). Epidemiologia e Prevenzione, 40(5), 281-289.
Kaiser, M. (2016). Method in practical ethics: a call for a paradigm change. In A. Olsson, S. Araujo & F. Vieira (Eds.), Food Futures: Ethics, Science and Culture (pp. 142-147). The Netherlands: Wageningen Academic Publishers.
Kaiser, M., & Algers, A. (2016). Food ethics: A wide field in need of dialogue. Food Ethics, 1(1), 1-17.
Midtgarden, T. (2016). Rawls, Dewey, and Constructivism: On the Epistemology of Justice by Eric Thomas Weber (review). Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society, 52(3), 476-480.
Nilsen, H. (2016). Organic food production in Norway: what is it good for? In A. Olsson, S. Araujo & F. Vieira (Eds.), Food Futures: Ethics, Science and Culture (pp. 435-439). The Netherlands: Wageningen Academic Publishers.
Reinert, E., Endresen, S., Ianos, I. & Saltelli, A. (2016). Epilogue: The Future of Economic Development between Utopias and Dystopias. In E. S. Reinert, J. Ghosh, & R. Kattel (Eds.), Handbook Of Alternative Theories Of Economic Development .Elgar Publishing.
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van der Sluijs, J. &Vaage, N. (2016). Pollinators and global food security: The need for holistic global stewardship. Food Ethics, 1, 75-91. DOI: 10.1007/s41055-016-0003-z
Stige, B. & Strand, R. (2016). Philosophical Inquiries. In Barbara L. Wheeler & Kathleen M. Murphy, Music Therapy Research: Third Edition (1266-1291). Barcelona Publishers.
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Wardekker, J.A., Wildschut, D., Stemberger, S., & Sluijs, J.P. (2016). Screening regional management options for their impact on climate resilience: an approach and case study in the Venen-Vechtstreek wetlands in the Netherlands. Springer Plus, 5(750), 1-17.