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Interplay between Knowledge, Human Capital and Natural Resources for the Political, Social and Economic Development of North Atlantic Societies

Rasmus G. Bertelsen, Barents Chair in Politics, UiT, and Assistant Professor, Aalborg University

How can the digital revolution enable the development of knowledge-based societies and economies in the Arctic? Rasmus G. Bertelsen, inaugural Barents Chair in Politics at the Arctic University of Norway in Tromsø and Assistant Professor at the University of Aalborg, outlines his perspectives on the future in this keynote presentation.

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