Johanna Gisladottir

Johanna Gisladottir
The Agricultural University of Iceland | LBHI

Doctor of Philosophy

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The aim of this paper is to enhance understanding of factors that undermine sustainable management of renewable resources by identifying and analyzing the main drivers and dynamics involved, with a focus on the role of corruption perceptions and its implications. To shed light on the research question, we chose to perform a comparative study of thr...
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In this research, we attempt to shed light on the question of where corruption risks in the governance of renewable resources are located and how they have been addressed in European countries that have different levels of corruption. A comparative case study design was chosen, looking into the fisheries sector in Iceland and the forestry sector in...
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Studies on critical natural resources have grown in number over the last decade out of concern for resource availability and its potential impacts. Nonetheless, only a handful of studies explicitly define criticality for natural resources. Through a systematic literature review, we identified four main perspectives in the descriptions of critical n...
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Article History The commonly-used methodologies for raw material criticality assessments produce lists based on economic parameters. However, they do not provide qualitative guidance or recommendations as to how to reduce criticality. Paradoxically, publishing these lists impacts the system in a way that can make critical resources become even more...
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This book identifies ongoing/current challenges and opportunities for achieving sustainable development in the European Union.The first part is concerned with the different pillars of sustainable development. Anne Snick determines four drivers at the European level that influence the dynamics of the socioeconomic system: technical, social, eco-mone...

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Adaptation to a New Economic Reality (AdaptEcon) aims to explore alternative economic ideas that will contribute in building a more sustainable and desirable society. An overview of the project is found here: https://adaptecon.wordpress.com/