Ida Dokk Smith
Ida is a Senior Research Fellow in the Research group on climate and energy. She wrote her thesis in Political Science at the University of Oslo, centered around the politics of energy transitions in the US and the relationship between policy and technological change.
Her primary research interests are climate, energy and environmental politics. She has studied international relations, sustainable development and economics in New York, Washington DC and Bergen. She has done fieldwork in the US and developing countries on renewable energy market development and resource management.
2021 Phd in Political science, University of Oslo.
2012 Master of International Affairs (MIA) (Concentration energy policy), Columbia University, School of International and Public Affairs
2006 Bachelor of Economics, University of Bergen
2021 - Senior research Fellow, NUPI
2020 Research Fellow, The Fridtjof Nansen Institute
2012 - 2019 PhD Fellow, Department of Political Science, University of Oslo
2008 - 2010 Senior-Associate Management Consultant, PWC
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28 Feb 2022
‘The ambition of the group is to be a driver for NUPI research on climate and energy issues,’ says Indra Øverland, head of the new research group.
24 Jan 2022
How is the international climate regime evolving? What are the implications of climate policy and the transition to clean energy for international po1