Atle Midttun

Atle Midttun is a professor at the Norwegian Business School, the Department of Law and Governance. He is a co-director of two of the school’s research centres: The Centre for Energy and Environment, and The Centre for Corporate Responsibility. Prior to his work at The Norwegian Business School, Atle Midttun was a researcher at the Resource Studies Group, under the Norwegian Research Council for Technical and Natural Sciences (1982-85), a research assistant at the Institute for Social studies (1981-82) and at the Institute of Sociology at the University of Oslo (1979-81).

Atle Midttun has had visiting professorships at Standford University, Woods Institute for the Environment; Université Paris Sud, Faculté Jean Monet; the University of Michigan, Business School/School of Natural Resources. He has been a visiting Scholar at the Univeristy of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business, the Max Planck Institute for Social Science in Köln, and the University of Aalborg.

Atle Midttun is a member of the editorial committees in European Management Review, the Energy & Environment Journal; Corporate Governance: The International Journal of Business in Society; and Energy Policy (1995-2014). He is also a member of the Government’s Climate Council, and advisory board member of Business for Peace Foundation, a board member of the International Museum of Children’s Art and the Marienlyst Park Estate.

Recent Posts

July 30, 2020 in Podcast

The Nordic Third Way with Nina Witoszek and Atle Midttun

The Nordic countries are identified as exemplars of good governance and the Third Way.
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July 23, 2020 in Business, Economy, Politics

The Nordic Third Way: A Conversation with Nina Witoszek and Atle Midttun

The Nordic nations are identified as exemplars of good governance, which avoid the excesses of both centralized planning and laissez-faire capitalism.
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