BI Research Centre

Nordic Centre for Internet and Society

The Nordic Centre for Internet and Society is a globally-oriented research centre, dedicated to understanding the influence of new internet technologies on working life and society.

As an interdisciplinary research centre, the Nordic Centre for Internet and Society combines a wide range of disciplines and methodologies to understand the impact of emerging Internet technologies on working life and society.

Our central aim, as a growing team of international researchers, is to explore the re-invention of work and working life within a digital, networked, and media-rich environment. We embrace the opportunity to combine business and management research with the growing field of Internet research.

Creating a tight loop between research, teaching, and practical engagement, we engage in theory building, theory testing, and applying these theories to current developments. This helps us to inform, test, and share our ideas while allowing us to reach entrepreneurs, policy makers, innovators, technologists, and users.

  • Tuesday, 11 August 2020 -

    How Global Internet Platforms will change the face of Nordic Retailing

    Prof. Peder Inge-Furseth has a new op-ed in Dagens Næringsliv, where he comments on how well the Nordic retail landscape is prepared for the market entry of global retail platforms, in particular…

  • Thursday, 25 June 2020 -

    New Report on Youth and Media Published from the Nordic Centre's Collaboration with Harvard University

    BI's Nordic Centre for Internet and Society and Harvard University's Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society's Youth and Media Group recently published a report on how young people acquire…

  • Friday, 29 May 2020 -

    Congratulations to our newly minted PhD, Dr. Kateryna Maltseva!

    We are very happy and proud that our colleague Kateryna Maltseva successfully defended her PhD Thesis on Digital Self-Tracking this Thursday.

  • Wednesday, 01 April 2020 -

    The Nordic Centre is happy to coordinate a new EU project on the arts and the digital transformation

    The new H2020 project Artsformation: Mobilising the Arts for an Inclusive Digital Transformation is an answer to the inequalities in the artists and citizens’ capabilities to thrive in the digital…


Professor Christian Fieseler
Department of Communication and Culture

Phone: +47 46 41 00 88

Twitter: @BI_NCIS

Professor Sut I Wong
Department of Communication and Culture

Office: C41-031

Facebook: @BINordicCentre