High North Dialogue Research workshop
Business in the Arctic
During the recent decade, the High North regions with their extremely rich yet difficult to get natural resources have attracted a lot of attention by national states, global businesses and international policymakers. In order to use the resource potential but to maintain the sensitive Arctic environment and to contribute to the people living in the area, we need more knowledge about the challenges and opportunities for sustainable development in the Arctic.
High North Dialogue Research Workshop aims at providing an arena to present and discuss researchers’ work concerned with revealing the potential of the Arctic in relation to regional development or global trends, and to connect with similar-minded scholars across academic fields and professional experience.
The workshop will address themes connected to the High North Dialogue conference as follows: Business in the Arctic, Arctic Governance, Smart Cities and Smart societies, Blue Future of the Arctic, and Climate Change/Crisis.
The organizers welcome cross-disciplinary contributions and participation with theoretical, empirical and methodological papers.
- Keynote speeches
- Parallel tracks/paper presentations
Tracks will consist of presenters (10 minutes each), followed by discussant feedback. In sum, each session will last for 60 or 90 minutes, with half the session dedicated to debate and input from the other participants.
We are working on connecting a special Issue “Business in the Arctic” to the High North Dialogue workshop.
- Andreas Raspotnik, Senior Researcher at High North Center / Nord University Business School
- Nadezda Nazarova, Associate Professor at High North Center / Nord University Business School
- Elena Zhurova, Adviser at High North Center / Nord University Business School
Guidelines for submission
All abstracts must be relevant to the central workshop theme. The abstract should contain the title of the paper, contact person, authors and their affiliations, keywords, and a summary of the paper. The abstracts should be one page in length (between 250 and 400 words) and include max five keywords. Please see our Requirements for abstracts.
Tracks will consist of presenters (ten minutes each), followed by discussant feedback. In sum, each session will last for 60 or 90 minutes, with half the session dedicated to debate and input from the other participants.
Registration and logistics
The registration fee for the Research Workshop is NOK 1 000, covering fees for meals and coffee breaks, transportation to Nord University on the 20th of March.
Participants of the High North Dialogue conference are offered a reduced fee to attend the Research Workshop – NOK 500.
Participants are expected to cover the costs relating to international flights, accommodation, and domestic travel. The organizers advise you to book accommodation at Scandic Havet hotel where the High North Dialogue conference on March 18-19 and Day 1 of the High North Dialogue Research Workshop on March 19 will take place. Hotel booking can be done during registration.
Elena Zhurova, Ph.D., Adviser, High North Center for Business and Governance, Nord University. Tel. +47 755 17 124/ mob. +47 936 84 061, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.