The focus of this thematic network is multilevel and comparative governance in the circumpolar north. The network will facilitate collaboration between researchers who study the institutional evolution of Arctic and northern governance from the local to global levels. It will also encourage the comparative examination of governance across different political jurisdictions. The network welcomes research collaboration between academics and stakeholders that responds to regional and local needs.
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- Götze, J. (2020). Developing a framework for the analysis of Arctic Indigenous institutions in a rapidly transforming region. In Heininen, L., H. Exner-Pirot, & J. Barnes (eds.). Arctic Yearbook 2020. Akureyri, Iceland: Arctic Portal: 155-174.
- Fondahl, G., Parlato, N., Filippova, V., Savvinova, A. (2021). The difference place makes: Regional legislative approaches to Territories of Traditional Nature Use in the Russian North. Arctic Review on Law and Politics 12 (2021): 108-133.
- Fabbi, N. and Wilson, G. N. (2021). “Inuit Nunangat: The development of a common Inuit territorial and policy space in Canada.” In P. Stern (Ed.) The Inuit World. Routledge Press: 321-339. DOI: 10.4324/9780429275470-19
- Spitzer, A. J. and Selle, P (2019). "Claims-Based Co-Management in Norway's Arctic? Examining Sami Land Governance as a Case of Treaty Federalism." Canadian Journal of Political Science. 52/4: 723-741.
- International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences (ICASS 10) - Arkangelsk, Russia (June 15-20, 2020). Panel: Multilevel Governance in the Circumpolar North.
- International Conference on Public Policy (ICPP4) – Montreal (June 26-28, 2019). Panel: Examining Indigenous “Treaty Federal” Institutions in Canada and Abroad
- Challenges in Arctic Governance: Indigenous Territorial Rights in the Russian Federation. Project funded by the Norwegian Research Council
- UNBC-Nord University Symposium on International Northern Development (September 2018)