Professor at the Norwegian School of Management and
Director of The Centre for Corporate Citizenship
Co-Director of The Centre for Energy and Environment
1998- Professor at the Norwegian School of Managment
1987-1998 Associate Professor at the Norwegian School of Management
1985-87 Researcher at the Norwegian School of Management.
1982-85 Researcher at the Group for Resource Studies under the National Research Council.
1981-82 Research assistant, Institute for Social studies, Oslo.
1979-81 Research assistant, Institute of Sociology, University of Oslo
2003-2004 Visiting Scholar, University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business
2002 (spring) Visiting Professor, Université Paris Sud, Faculté Jean Monet
2000-2001 Visiting Professor, University of Michigan, Business School/School of Natural Reosurces
1995 Guest Researcher, Universitetet i Aalborg
1988 Visiting Scholar, Max Planck Institut für Gesellschafts-forscung, Köln.
Phd, University of Uppsala, Sweeden 1987.
Magister Artium, University of Oslo
Economic Organisation, regulation theory, organisation theory, innovation theory corporate social responsibility, political and institutional economics, and methodology.
Energy- and environmental policy/economics, corporate social responsibility, industrial policy, innovation policy, , business strategies, public sector management.
of Editorial Bords/ Advisory Committees
Corporate Governance: The International Journal of Business in Society
Energy & Environment Journal
Job: Norwegian School of Management Elias Smiths vei 15, postb. 580, 1301 Sandvika,
Private: Skøyenveien 95, 0375 Oslo, phone: 47-22519774
Reshaping of European Electricity and Gas Industry: Regulation, Markets and Business Strategies, Elsevier Science, London 2004 (ed with Dominique Finon)
Approaches to and Dilemmas of Economic Regulation (ed with Eirik Svindland) 2001, Macmillan Press Ltd.
“Green Innovation in Nordic Energy Industry: Institutional Pluralism under Competitive Rivalry” (with Anne Louise Koefoed 2004); in Jens Hemmelskamp (ed) Innovation, sustainability and policy (Forthcomming 2005)
“CSR: Realigning roles and boundaries between government, business and civil society”. Article for Journal of Corporate Goverancne, forthcomming (2005)
“Deregulation: Design, learning and legitimacy” in Jan Gronewegen and Rolf Kunneke (eds) Reform of infrastructure industries. Edward Elgar 2005
“Greening of Nordic Electricity industry: Policy Convergence and Diversity” (with Mari Hegg Gundersen & Anne Louise Koefoed) Energy & Environment vol 15 no 4, 2004
“Challenges when electricity markets face the investment phase” (with Dominique Finon & Tor Arnt Johnsen) Energy Policy 32 (2004) 1355–1362
“Greening of electricity in Europe: challenges and developments”, (with Anne Louise Koefoed) Energy Policy 2003