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.

  • Monday, 19 April 2021 -

    Digital Economy and Digital Self-Determination with Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society

    Session on the Digital Economy and Digital Self-Determination with Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society

  • Monday, 12 April 2021 -

    NCIS Panel on Global AI Governance at CPDP 2021

    The NCIS organised a panel at the 14th international conference on Computers, Privacy and Data Protection (CPDP) entitled ‘Global AI Governance: Perspectives from Four Continents’. There is lot of…

  • Friday, 12 March 2021 -

    Available Position at The Department of Communication and Culture

    Available Position of Assistant Professor in Communication with focus on Digitalization.

  • Wednesday, 28 October 2020 -

    New Reports from the EU H2020 Project Artsformation

    BI’s Nordic Centre for Internet and Society in collaboration with the consortium partners of the H2020 project Artsformation published the first reports on the role of the arts in the digital…

Contact

Professor Christian Fieseler
Department of Communication and Culture

E-mail: christian.fieseler@bi.no
Phone: +47 464 10088

Twitter: @BI_NCIS

Associate Professor Christoph Lutz
Department of Communication and Culture

Email: christoph.lutz@bi.no
Phone: + 47 464 10206

Facebook: @BINordicCentre