• Sharp edges, blunt objects, clean slices. Exploring design research methods 

      Morrison, Andrew; Mainsah, Henry; Rygh, Karianne (Design Journal;Volume 22, 2019 - Issue sup1: Running with Scissors: 13th International Conference of the European Academy of Design, Dundee, 10-12th April, 2019, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Design Inquiry is perhaps always needing to run with scissors, that design-centred capacity and ability to work with materials, means and methods to develop research that is context specific, abstract and conceptual. This ...
    • Short Food Supply Chains and Their Contributions to Sustainability: Participants’ Views and Perceptions from 12 European Cases 

      Vittersø, Gunnar; Torjusen, Hanne; Laitala, Kirsi; Tocco, Barbara; Biasini, Beatrice; Csillag, Peter; Duboys de Labarre, Matthieu; Lecoeur, Jean-Loup; Maj, Agnieszka; Majewski, Edward; Malak-Rawlikowska, Agata; Menozzi, Davide; Török, Áron; Wavresky, Pierre (Sustainability;Volume 11, Issue 17, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-08-28)
      The present food system faces major challenges in terms of sustainable development along social, economic and environmental dimensions. These challenges are often associated with industrialised production processes and ...
    • Should GPs ask patients about their financial concerns? Exploration through collaborative research 

      Ose, Solveig Osborg; Bøyum, Live Standal; Kaspersen, Silje Lill; Vestad, Arman; Gjelsvik, Per-Arne (Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care;Volume 38, Issue 2, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-04-16)
      Objective: Health services should arguably be concerned about the financial situation of patients since health problems can cause financial concerns, which in turn can cause health problems. In this study, we explored the ...
    • Skreddersøm til barnets beste? Om personvern og markedsføring på norske barns sosiale medieprofiler 

      Rosenberg, Thea Grav; Storm-Mathisen, Ardis; Steinnes, Kamilla Knutsen; Mainsah, Henry (Barn;Vol 37 No 3-4 (2019): Forskning om barn og barndom i Norden, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-01-15)
      Denne artikkelen diskuterer barns rett til deltagelse og beskyttelse på internett i relasjon til kommersielle tredjepartsaktørers bruk av digitale persondata. Det tas utgangspunkt i FNs barnekonvensjon, norsk lovgivning, ...
    • “Someone will take care of it”. Households' understanding of their responsibility to prepare for and cope with electricity and ICT infrastructure breakdowns 

      Heidenstrøm, Nina; Throne-Holst, Harald (Energy Policy;Volume 144, September 2020, 111676, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-07-31)
      Extensive infrastructure breakdowns are likely to become more frequent in the future as a result of continually complex and interconnected infrastructures vulnerable to weather and climate changes as well as intended ...
    • Sorting things out: A typology of the digital collaborative economy 

      Pettersen, Lene G. Braathen (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Current research on the sharing or collaborative economy has by large adopted a user-centric approach, and studies at the meso-level (firm/organization level) have received little attention and is called for both in the ...
    • Tillit og forbrukerforhold i EU28 og Norge – Resultater fra EU-kommisjonenes Consumer Conditions Scoreboard. 

      Berg, Lisbet (SIFO Rapport;2020:04, Research report, 2020-04-06)
      I EU-kommisjonens siste måling av forbrukerforholdene i tretti europeiske land rangeres forbrukerforholdene i Norge som nr.2. Norske forbrukere har høyere tillit til forbrukermyndighetene enn til tilbyderne i markedet, ...
    • Time-temperature profiles and Listeria monocytogenes presence in refrigerators from households with vulnerable consumers 

      Dumitrașcu, Loredana; Nicolau, Anca Ioana; Neagu, Corina; Didier, Pierrine; Maître, Isabelle; Nguyen-The, Christophe; Skuland, Silje Elisabeth; Møretrø, Trond; Langsrud, Solveig; Truninger, Monica; Teixeira, Paula; Ferreira, Vânia; Martens, Lydia; Borda, Daniela (Food Control;Volume 111, 107078, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-12-23)
      A transdisciplinary observational study, coupled with a web-based survey, was conducted to investigate refrigerated storage of food, in five European countries. The investigated consumer groups in this study were: young ...
    • Too Cute for Words: Cuteness Evokes the Heartwarming Emotion of Kama Muta 

      Steinnes, Kamilla Knutsen; Blomster, Johanna Katarina; Seibt, Christa Beate; Zickfeld, Janis Heinrich; Fiske, Alan P. (Frontiers in Psychology;March 2019 | Volume 10 | Article 387, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-03-01)
      A configuration of infantile attributes including a large head, large eyes, with a small nose and mouth low on the head comprise the visual baby schema or Kindchenschema that English speakers call “cute.” In contrast to the ...
    • Towards a low CO2 emission building material employing bacterial metabolism (1/2): The bacterial system and prototype production 

      Røyne, Anja; Phua, Yi Jing; Le, Simone Balzer; Eikjeland, Ina Grosås; Josefsen, Kjell Domaas; Markussen, Sidsel; Myhr, Anders; Throne-Holst, Harald; Sikorski, Pawel; Wentzel, Alexander (PLoS ONE;14 (4): e0212990, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-04-16)
      The production of concrete for construction purposes is a major source of anthropogenic CO2 emissions. One promising avenue towards a more sustainable construction industry is to make use of naturally occurring mineral-microbe ...
    • Towards a low CO2 emission building material employing bacterial metabolism (2/2): Prospects for global warming potential reduction in the concrete industry 

      Myhr, Anders; Røyne, Frida; Brandtsegg, Andreas Saur; Bjerkseter, Catho; Throne-Holst, Harald; Borch, Anita; Wentzel, Alexander; Røyne, Anja (PLoS ONE;14 (4): e0208643, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-04-16)
      The production of concrete is one of the most significant contributors to global greenhouse gas emissions. This work focuses on bio-cementation-based products and their potential to reduce global warming potential (GWP). ...
    • Towards realizing the sustainability potential within digital food provisioning platforms: The case of meal box schemes and online grocery shopping in Norway 

      Heidenstrøm, Nina; Hebrok, Marie (Sustainable Production and Consumption;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-07-04)
      Digital technologies for food provisioning are often proposed as solutions to developing a more sustainable food system. Consumers can now use their mobile phones and computers to buy food online from websites, apps, and ...
    • Towards the integration and development of a cross-European research network and infrastructure: the DEterminants of DIet and Physical ACtivity (DEDIPAC) Knowledge Hub 

      Lakerveld, Jeroen; van der Ploeg, Hidde P; Kroetze, Willemieke; Ahrens, Wolfgang; Allais, Olivier; Andersen, Lene Frost; Cardon, Greet; Capranica, Laura; Chastin, Sebastien; Donnelly, Alan; Ekelund, Ulf; Finglas, Paul; Flechtner-Mors, Marion; Heberstreit, Antje; Hendriksen, Ingrid; Kubiak, Thomas; Lanza, Massimo; Loyen, Anne; MacDonncha, Ciaran; Mazzocchi, Mario; Monsivals, Pablo; Murphy, Marie; Nochtlings, Ute; O'Gorman, Donal J; Renner, Britta; Roos, Gun; Schuit, Albertine; Schulze, Matthias; Steinacker, Jurgen; Stronks, Karien; Volkert, Dorothee; van't Veer, Pieter; Lien, Nanna; De Bourdeaudhuij, Ilse; Brug, Johannes (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      To address major societal challenges and enhance cooperation in research across Europe, the European Commission has initiated and facilitated `joint programming’. Joint programming is a process by which Member States engage ...
    • Trust and the don't-want-to-complain bias in peer-to-peer platform markets 

      Berg, Lisbet; Slettemeås, Dag; Kjørstad, Ingrid; Rosenberg, Thea Grav (International Journal of Consumer Studies;Volume 44, Issue 3, May 2020, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-01-04)
      This paper addresses peer‐to‐peer (P2P) digital platform markets, often associated with the “sharing economy” or the “collaborative economy”. Such digital platforms, facilitating new purchasing channels for consumers by ...
    • Understanding consumer e-waste recycling behavior: Introducing a new economic incentive to increase the collection rates 

      Shevchenko, Tetiana; Laitala, Kirsi; Danko, Yuriy (Sustainability; Volume 11 / Issue 9, Journal article; Peer-reviewed, 2019)
      Consumer electronics are made of a wide range of materials, including precious metals and critical minerals with limited global reserves. Ensuring the recycling of these materials is essential for future use, especially ...
    • Understanding National Preferences in EU Consumer Policy: A Regime Approach 

      Austgulen, Marthe Hårvik (Journal of Consumer Policy;Volume 43, issue 4, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-09-22)
      EU consumer policy is a policy area that is receiving increased attention and is considered important for the proper functioning of the internal market. Yet, as with many other supranational policy areas, conflicting ...
    • Use phase of wool apparel: a literature review for improving LCA 

      Laitala, Kirsi; Klepp, Ingun Grimstad; Henry, Beverley (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      This paper presents results from a literature review on use phase of clothing with focus on wool. The aim of the review is to study if there is empirical grounding for assuming that the use phase is different for clothes ...
    • User Involvement of People with Mild Disabilities in Technology Innovations: Does It Make a Difference? 

      Borch, Anita; Strandbakken, Pål (Social Inclusion;Vol 7, No 1, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-09-04)
      In this study, we explored the role of people with mild forms of visual, hearing, physical, and cognitive impairments in innovation processes. Our research questions are: do the product evaluations by people with mild ...
    • The utility of social practice theory in risk research 

      Heidenstrøm, Nina (Journal of Risk Research;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-06-29)
      Social science risk studies often begin with one of two starting points: a particular risk, such as that of natural or technical disasters, or, alternately, with the individual experiencing risk. But risk may not be the ...
    • Utnyttes digitale spor til personlig prising av varer og tjenester? 

      Berg, Lisbet (SIFO Rapport;2019:07, Research report, 2019-09-27)
      Vi fant ingen eksempler på personlig prising i vårt mystery-shopping-eksperiment, men alle deltakerne trodde de hadde vært utsatt for personlig prising påvirket av deres tidligere søker-klikk og forbrukshistorikk. I den ...