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Karen Landmark at the University of Agder's School of Business and Law has submitted her thesis entitled «Enabling corporate sustainability transition: The case of the Norwegian process industry», and will defend the thesis for the PhD-degree Friday 15 February 2019.
Karen Landmark has followed the PhD-programme at the School of Business and Law, but her thesis are a collaboration between the University of Agder, NTNU - Norwegian University of Science and Technology and five industrial companies.
The Candidate: Karen Landmark (born 1974 in Kristiansand), Cand.mag from the University of Oslo in Media, MA fra Universiteit van Amsterdam in European Communication Studies, MoM BI (30 credit points) CSR, Globalization and Climate Change. Employed at NTNU as a Research Fellow, with the University of Agder as an Academic Home. Now working as a RD&I leader in NCE iKuben in Molde.
The trial lecture and the dissertation will take place at the Auditorium in the FoU-building, Jon Lilletuns vei 3, Campus Grimstad Friday 15 February 2019.
Trial lecture at 10:15 a.m.
Dissertation at 12:00 noon
Given topic for trial lecture: The cluster concept and the role that cluster play in regional sustainable development
Thesis title: «Enabling corporate sustainability transition: The case of the Norwegian process industry»
Search for the thesis in AURA - Agder University Research Archive, a digital archive of scientific papers, theses and dissertations from the academic staff and students at the University of Agder. The thesis will also be available at the University Library, and some copies will also be available for loan at the auditorium where the dissertation takes place.
Second opponent: Research director James Wilson, Orkestra-Basque Institute of competitiveness/Researcher Deusto Business School
Supervisors were Professor Hans Christian Garmann Johnsen, Department of Working Life and Innovation, UiA (main supervisor) Professor Halvor Holtskog, Department of Industrial Economics and Technology Management (IØT) NTNU (supervisor) and Associate Professor Stina Torjesen, Department of Economics and Finance, UiA (supervisor).