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Position: Senior Research Fellow (on
Ph.D. Political Science, UiO. Dissertation: States and
Markets in Global Environmental Governance: Dynamics and Change in the
Regulation of Global Warming (2011).
Msc Environmental Policy, Planning and Regulation, London
School of Economics (LSE) (2006).
Relations, LSE (2004).
Research Fellow, Centre for Development and the Environment
Visiting Research Scholar, The MIT
Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change (2009).
Researcher, Program for Research and Documentation for a
Sustainable Society (ProSus), Uio (2005-2007).
Global environmental politics and governance, business
strategies and environmental regulation, sustainable aquaculture and
and Leiv Lunde,
Beyond Aid: Global Challenges and National Reform. Report for The
Norwegian Forum for Development and Environment (ForUM), 2015.
Irja and Leiv Lunde, Climate
Change, Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Management (CEEN) in
Development Policy: Addressing Knowledge Needs and Gaps in Norwegian ODA-Funded
Research Support. Expert Group Report. Oslo, Research Council of
'States and Markets in
Global Environmental Governance: the Role of Tipping Points in International
Regime Formation'. European Journal of International Relations, Vol
18, No 2, 2012.
'From Foe to Friend?
Business, The Tipping Point and US Climate Politics'. Business and
Politics, Issue 3, 2011.
Vormedal, Irja and Audun Ruud,
'Sustainability Reporting in Norway
- An Assessment of Performance in the Context of Legal Demands and
Socio-Political Drivers'. Business Strategy and the Environment, Vol
18, 2009, pp 207-222.
'The Influence of Business
and Industry NGOs in the Negotiation of the Kyoto Mechanisms: The Case of
Carbon Capture and Storage in the CDM'. Global Environmental
Politics, Vol 8, No 4, 2008.
Influence in Global Governance for Sustainable Development: Assessing the role
of the WBCSD. ProSus Report 10/2005. Oslo, ProSus, 2005, 46
Vormedal, Irja, Governance
through Learning: The UN Global Compact and Corporate Responsibility.
ProSus Report 7/2005. Oslo, ProSus, 2005, 43 p.