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.
Working Paper Series
Here we present our ongoing working paper series. The files can be accessed below.
Mapping of Arts Integration within Enterprise
Report of the EU H2020 Research Project Artsformation: Mobilising the Arts for an Inclusive Digital Transformation
The Role of the Arts in the Digital Transformation
This report is co-authored by researchers from BI’s NCIS and Copenhagen Business School focuses on the transformative and pharmacological potential of the arts to face the digital transformation challenges.
The Role of Art in Enterprise
This report explores how enterprises and artists have engaged with each other providing historical and contemporary examples setting a base to further research on the potential of the artist industry in engaging with the digital transformation.
The Social and Civic Impact of the Arts
This report is interested in the “social turn of the arts” and focuses on the so-called socially engaged arts and their potential to empower people who are not benefiting from the digital transformation.
Youth and the Digital Economy: Exploring Youth Practices, Motivations, Skills, Pathways, and Value Creation
The report offers key insights from an exploratory research collaboration between the Nordic Centre for Internet and Society at BI Norwegian Business School and Youth and Media at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University. Please click the link to access the report.
Power in the sharing econmy
A broad litterature review on power dynamics in the sharing economy by Gemma Newlands, Christoph Lutz and Christian Fiesler.
European perspectives on power in the sharing economy
An in-depth empirical research report about the sharing economy authored by Gemma Newlands, Christoph Lutz and Christian Fiesler.
Recommendations for the sharing economy: (Re-)balancing power
A series of multi-stakeholder recommendations for (Re-)balancing power in the sharing economy. Authored by Gemma Newlands, Christoph Lutz and Christian Fiesler.
Millenials and the sharing economy: European perspectives
A detailed report from focus group across 7 European countries, with insights into participation, privacy and power concerns among millenials.