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Working Papers

InSOTEC has produced the following working papers on the topics of demonstrating safety, reversibility and retrievability, siting and technology transfer with the aim to develop a better understanding of what constitute 'socio-technical' complexities.
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Elements and Conditions of Social Learning as aPrerequisite of Safety Efforts in Radioactive WasteManagement ProcessesAuthor: Bettina Brohmann (OEKO)   1112k v. 2 Aug 29, 2014, 6:00 AM InSOTEC Admin
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Copper Corrosion Controversies: containing overflows in Swedish Nuclear Waste Management. Authors: Ann-Sofie Kall & Göran Sundqvist (UiO)  770k v. 2 Jun 30, 2014, 9:34 AM InSOTEC Admin
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Modelling the safety of a future geological disposal facility in England. Author: Catharina Landström (UEA)   742k v. 2 Jun 30, 2014, 9:37 AM InSOTEC Admin
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Socio-technical risk governance through dyadic risk dialogue: Copper corrosion as a safety challenge in the geological disposal of spent nuclear fuel. Authors: Tapio Litmanen, Mika Kari and Jurgita Vesalainen (JYU) & Matti Kojo (UTA)  846k v. 2 Jun 30, 2014, 9:36 AM InSOTEC Admin
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Divisible and non-divisible matters of technological concern: negotiating nuclear waste solutions in Sweden and France. Authors: Yannick Barthe (EHESS), Mark Elam (UGOT) and Göran Sundqvist (UiO)   405k v. 2 Jun 30, 2014, 9:38 AM InSOTEC Admin
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Acting for passive safety. Author: Jantine Schröder (UA)  304k v. 3 Jun 30, 2014, 9:39 AM InSOTEC Admin
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The Evolution of a Waste Management Concept over40 years from a socio‐technical perspective Authors: Beate Kallenbach‐Herbert and Anne Minhans(Öko‐Institut e.V.)  366k v. 2 Sep 2, 2014, 12:51 AM InSOTEC Admin
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The second repository for disposal of spent nuclear fuel in Finland: an analysis of the interests, resources and tactics of the key actors. Authors: Matti Kojo and Anna Oksa (UTA).   290k v. 2 Jun 30, 2014, 9:47 AM InSOTEC Admin
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Siting the Nuclear Waste Repository in the Czech Republic: Twists and Turns Towards Technical Democracy. Zdenek Konopásek & Karel Svacina (CUNI)  992k v. 2 Oct 6, 2014, 2:43 AM InSOTEC Admin
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Adaption of the Swedish KBS disposal concept to Finland: a technology transfer case study. Authors: Matti Kojo and Anna Oksa (UTA)    311k v. 2 Jun 30, 2014, 9:45 AM InSOTEC Admin
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Czech Dialogues by Swedish Design. Authors: Zdenek Konopásek, Linda Soneryd and Karel Svacina  688k v. 2 Oct 6, 2014, 2:40 AM InSOTEC Admin
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Transferring technologies of participation: the case of 'Belgian' partnerships. Authors: Catharina Landström (UEA), Jan-Willem Barbier (UA), Nadja Zeleznik and Drago Kos (UL)   833k v. 2 Jun 30, 2014, 9:42 AM InSOTEC Admin
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Swedish Nuclear Waste Management on the Move: from the Finnish uptake of KBS-3 to the rise of SKB International. Authors: Sebastian Svenberg and Mark Elam (UGOT)  648k v. 2 Jun 30, 2014, 9:41 AM InSOTEC Admin