See concluded Projects.
Externally-financed research projects hosted by the Research group:
Futuring Sustainable Nordic Business Models (Futuring Nordics).
Futuring Sustainable Nordic Business Models is a joint interdisiplinary three years (2019-2021) research group of the Department of Private Law and the Department of Informatics at the University of Oslo. Futuring Nordics is a part of the University of Oslo UiO:Nordic initiative, working in collaboration with ReNEW (Reimagining Norden in an Evolving World) Nordic research hub. The leader of the project is Professor Jukka Mähönen from the Department of Private Law and deputy leaders Associate Professor Maja van der Velden from the Department of Informatics and Professor Beate Sjåfjell from the Department of Private Law.
Central banks expanding role in financial markets.
In the aftermath of the outbreak of the Global Financial Crisis in 2007 and again today in response to the covid-19 pandemic, we see that central banks have gained an expanding role in economic crisis management. This research project will examine how domestic and international law, public and private, both facilitate and limit central banks’ expanding role. The project is a collaboration between the faculty of law at the University of Oslo and Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences. The leader of the project is Professor Mads Andenæs.
The Research Group is always interested in discussing new projects, and interested researchers are encouraged to contact the leader of the Group, Professor Beate Sjåfjell.