NTNU Globalization Research Programme

Strategic Advisory Council

  • Professor Kathrine Skretting, Dean, Faculty of Humanities, NTNU - Director of the Strategic Advisory Council
  • Kristin Braa, Professor, Department of Informatics, University of Oslo
  • Jan Morten Dyrstad, Professor / Dean, Faculty of Social Science and Technology Management, NTNU
  • Lars Gule, Associate Professor, Faculty of Education and International Studies, Oslo University College
  • Erik Lundeby, Assistant Director, Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise - NHO
  • Anju Saxena, Professor, Department of Linguistics and Philology, Uppsala University
  • Vigdis Moe Skarstein, Director, The National Library of Norway
  • Inge Bartnes, Director of Communication, Nord Trøndelag Elektrisitetsverk (NTE)
  • Tore Ulstein, Deputy CEO of Ulstein Group and managing director of Ulstein International
  • Nils Petter Gleditsch, Research Professor, Centre for the Study of Civil War, Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO) & Professor II of political science, NTNU

NTNU Globalization Research Programme Management

  • Professor Ragnar Torvik, Programme Director and Leader of Research Focus Area Global Economic Flows, Governance and Stability
  • Professor Kathrine Skretting, Leader of the Strategic Advisory Council, Dean, Faculty of Humanities
  • Professor Berit Berg Leader of Research Focus Area War, Conflict and Migration
  • Professor May Thorseth, Leader of Research Focus Area Intercultural Dynamics: Communication, Responsibility and Development
  • Professor Arild Aspelund, Leader of Research Focus Area Global Production and Communication
  • Advisor Chamila Attanapola, Administrative Coordinator, phone: + 47 73 59 68 55

Research Focus Area Groups

War, Conflict and Migration

  • Focus Area leader Professor Berit Berg, Department of Social Work and Health Science
  • Professor Ragnhild Lund, Department of Geography
  • Professor Jonathon Moses, Department of Sociology and Political Science
  • Associate Professor Hans Skotte , Department of Urban Design and Planning
  • Professor Berit Schei, Department of Public Health and General Practice

 

Global Production and Communication

  • Focus Area leader Professor Arild Aspelund, Department of Industrial Economics and Technology Management
  • Professor Carla Dahl-Jørgensen, Department of Social Anthropology
  • Professor Hans Otto Frøland, Department of History and Classical Studies
  • Researcher Egil Rensvik, SINTEF MARINTEK
  • Professor Johan Hustad, Department of Energy and Process Engineering
  • Associate Professor Øystein Moen, Department of Industrial Economics and Technology Management
  • Post doc Erlend Alfnes, Department of Production and Quality Engineering
  • Professor Tord Larsen Department of Social Anthropology
     

Intercultural Dynamics: Communication, Responsibility and Development

  • Focus Area leader Professor May Thorseth, Department of Philosophy
  • Professor Tor A. Åfarli, Department of Scandinavian Studies and Comparative Literature
  • Associate Professor Rolee Aranya Department of Architectural Design, History and Technology
  • Associate Professor Siri Granum Carson, Department of Philosophy
  • Associate Professor Tanja Ellingsen , Department of Sociology and Political Science
  • Professor Paul Goring, Department of Modern Foreign Languages
  • Post doc, Allen Alvarez, Department of Philosophy

 

Global Economic Flows, Governance and Stability

  • Focus Area leader Professor Ragnar Torvik, Department of Economics
  • Associate Porfessor Paivi Lujala, Deprtment of Geography, NTNU
  • Associate Professor Egil Matsen, Department of Economics, NTNU
  • Professor Halvor Mehlum, ESOP, University of Oslo
  • Professor Hildegunn Ekroll Stokke, Department of Economics, NTNU
  • Professor James A. Robinson, Government Department, Harvard University

Contact:

Postal address:

NTNU Globalization Programme
Faculty of Humanities
Norwegian University of Science and Technology - NTNU
N -7491 Trondheim Norway

 

E-mail: global@hf.ntnu.no
Phone: + 47 73 59 68 55
Visit: Room 2526, Dragvoll Campus, NTNU