Kristin Reichborn-Kjennerud is a political scientist and sociologist that also has formal education in management and audit. Kristin has been and currently is engaged in several projects on urban governance and -development. Kristin has background from studies on governance in the public sector. Her research interests are in democracy and the organization for co-decisionmaking in urban regeneration processes. Also, she is interested in urban governance related to innovation/entrepreneurship and the quality of government. She leads one project on sustainable procurement of food and cateringservices funded by the Norwegian Research Council (NRC) and is workpackage leader in one Horizon project on urban gardening and one NRC project on resident participation in urban development
Fields of study
Democratic Urban Development in the Digital Age (DEMUDIG)
The DEMUDIG project investigates the extent and influence of citizen participation through ICT and social media in urban governance.
Edible Cities Network: Integrating Edible City Solutions for social resilient and sustainably productive cities
Edible Cities Network (EdiCitNet) wants to make cities around the world better places to live through the real-life implementation and institutional integration of Edible City Solutions (ECS).