Philip Hancock is a Professor of Work and Organisation from the Essex Business School, University of Essex. He will be authoring this year's Christmas tale from the standpoint of a Christmas tourist.
Paula Tulppo is a PhD researcher at the University of Lapland and a member of the NPE research team of the Arctic Centre. Her research focuses on the local views on the regional development projects taking place in cross-border region of Tornio Valley.
Have a look to the Northern cultural hemisphere of Karasjok via fisheye lens together with our NPE team members!
Giuseppe is a visiting researcher and a member of the team “Northern Communities – Northern Possibilities”. His research focuses on the Sami people's rights, new ways of inclusion and participation in the management and exploitation of natural resources found in their lands.
Susanna Pirnes is a PhD researcher at the University of Lapland and a member of the NPE research team of the Arctic Centre. Her research focuses on the conceptual history of the Arctic in Russia.
The annual NPE symposium took place in Rovaniemi on the 8-9th of September 2016. International researchers and experts came together with members of the Northern Political Economy team to exchange results, knowledge and ideas with respect to changes and developments in the everyday life in the Arctic.
Recognising indigenous rights and local perspectives on Arctic development –project aims to bring in the importance of local views and the recognition of indigenous peoples’ rights with comparative recording of their dynamics in Greenland, Norway and Finland.
These are seven piggy’s steps away from the society, but one board’s rush towards a cooperative enterprise. How many can you trace in your own community?