Noring, L. (2019). Public Asset Publication: A New Vehicle for Local Finance of Urban Development. Cities Journal, Elsevier. Volume 88, May 2019, Pages 125-135. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cities.2019.01.002
Metrics: AJG Ranking: 2. BFI Level: 1. SCImago Journal Rank (SJR): 1,110. Impact factor (CiteScore): 4,45.
Noring, L.; Fróes, I.; Tellgren, D. (2018). Contextualising mobility variables. WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment, WIT Press. Volume 217, Pages 165 – 173.
Noring, L. and Expert Group (2015). Towards an EU research and innovation policy agenda for nature-based solutions & re-naturing cities. Final report of the Horizon 2020 expert groupon 'Nature-based solutions and re-naturing cities' published by European Commission, DG-Research and Innovation.
Noring, L. (2007). Conceptualizing successful supply chain partnerships: Viewing supply chain partnerships from an organisational culture perspective. Frederiksberg: Samfundslitteratur 2007, 426 p. Ph.D. Series, No. 26.
Kotzab H.; Noring, L. (2005). Supply Chain Partnerships: A Question of Intra- and Inter-Organisation? Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the Society for Marketing Advances, San Antonio, TX, United States.
Gammelgaard, B.; Tage Skjøtt-Larsen, T.; Sørensen, H.; Noring, L. (2005). The importance of organisational structure and evolution in supply chain partnerships. Nofoma 2005, pp. 139-154.
Kotzab, H., Sørensen, H.; Noring, L. (2005). The influence of Organisational Structure and Culture on Supply Chain Partnerships. Paper presented at The 12th International Annual EUROMA Conference 2005.
Noring, L.; Kotzab, H. (2003). Supply chain communities and their role in agile supply chains. European Institute for Advances studies in Management European Forum on Market-Driven Supply Chains, November 2003, Bedford UK: Cranfield School of Management. ed. /M. Christopher; D. Jones.
Noring, L.; Millard, J.; Sorivelle, M. (2019). Chapter 5: Urban Governance and Financing; in book: Innovative Solutions to Creating Sustainable Cities. Editor Sylvie Albert. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Millard, J.; Noring, L.; Sorivelle, M. (2019). Chapter 6: The Role of Civil Society in City Governance and Financing; in book: Innovative Solutions to Creating Sustainable Cities. Editor Sylvie Albert. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Millard, J; Noring, L; Farinea, C.; Sorivelle, M. (2019). Chapter 16: Nature-based Solutions for Resilient and Sustainable Cities, in book Innovative Solutions to Creating Sustainable Cities. Editor Sylvie Albert. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
AWARENESS RAISING IN MASS MEDIA
Katz, B.; Black, K.; Noring, L. (2019) Cincinnati’s over-the-Rhine. A private led model for Revitalizing Urban Neighborhoods. Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation (3CDC). Drexel University, Nowak Metro Finance lab.
Katz, B.; Noring, L. (2019). What Northern European Social Democrats teach U.S. Democratic Socialists. Citylab. March.
Noring, L. (2019). The Promise of Urban Models that are not Taxpayer Financed. Expert Voices. UPENN Press. January.
Noring, L. (2019). Why is nobody coming up with self-governing and self-financing solutions for cities? Land and Construction Journal, RICS. January.
Noring, L. (2018). Financing the Inclusive City. ICLEI Europe. November.
Noring, L.; Nygaard, J.J. (2018). Partnerships for Improved Sustainability. ICLEI Europe. September.
Noring, L.; Katz, B. (2018). Innovation for Financing Urban Regeneration and Infrastructure. Lessons from Copenhagen, Hamburg, Helsinki & Lyon. The Fabrique de la Cité. January.
Katz, B.; Noring, L. (2017). The Five Kinds of Cities We’ll see in a Populist Era. The Atlantic, Citylab. January.
Noring, L.; Verdis, S.; Katz, B. (2017). Governing city infrastructure: Who drives the urban cycle? Report by the Centre of Competence for Cities at Siemens, LSE Cities, Copenhagen Business School, and the Brookings Centennial Scholar Initiative. October.
Noring, L.; Katz, B. (2017). The Copenhagen City and Port Development Corporation: A model for regenerating cities. The Brookings Institution. June.
Katz, B.; Noring, L. (2017). The Secret Copenhagen Model for Regenerating Cities. Nextcity.org. June.
Katz, B.; Noring, L. (2017). Lessons for Detroit: Copenhagen unlocks value of public land to create public benefits. Detroit Free Press. July.
Katz, B.; Noring, L. (2016). Why Copenhagen Works. The Brookings Institution. February.
Katz, B.; Noring, L; Garrelts, N. (2016). Cities and Refugees: The German Experience. The Brookings Institution. September.
Katz, B; Noring, L (2016). In Europe, integrating refugees falls to cities. The Brookings Institution. June.
Katz, B; Noring, L. (2015). Europe for Cities. The Brookings Institution. August.
Noring, L. (2003). Supply Chain Partnerships from a Network Perspective. DILF Orientering, Vol. 40, pp. 34-37.
Interview by Sivan Klingbail (2019). City Finance Solutions Important learnings (models) that should be translated to cities across the world.'The Marker' business magazine. Haaretz Group, Israel.
Interview by Andre Jankavski (2019). Copenhagen's plans to be first city carbon neutral in the world by 2025. EXAME Business Magazine, Brazil.
Interview by Della Bradshaw (2014). Designing the Cities of the Future. Financial Times. October.
Interview by Susanne Tholstrup (2015). Partnerships end in Divorce. Børsen Executive, front-page and pp. 2-3. January.
CURRENTLY WORKING ON REPORTS
Noring, L. Devolution to Cities: a case study of Local Government Denmark. Writing for ICLEI
Noring, L.; Struthers, D. Public Sector Innovation: a case study of HafenCity Hamburg GmbH. Writing for ICLEI