Katrine is a political scientist interested in public policy, climate policy and agricultural politics.
She has a BA in Human Geography, BA in Political Science and a MA in Political Science. Her research interests include public policy and governance, cross-sectoral coordination and cooperation, critical discourse theory and how the EU influences national processes, with special focus on agriculture, food production and climate policy.
Katrine's current research focuses on the policy and governance related to a sustainable transition of the agricultural sector and the Norwegian food system.
Climate and society
In the Climate and society group, we do research on and for transformation processes towards a low-emission and climatically adapted society. In doing so, we analyze interactions between relevant processes and actors at different scales in order to produce high-quality research that is applicable for various societal actors.