Ure, O. B. and I.M. Hagen (2010): På vei mot et arbeidslivsfond innenfor den nye avtalen om EØS-midlene. Prioriteringer for godt partssamarbeid i Øst- og Mellom-Europa. Fafo-notat 2010:02, Oslo.
Ure, O. B. (2009): Skandinavisk fagbevegelse og EUs nye medlemsland: Samarbeid eller framvisning av glansbilder? Fafo-rapport 2009:17.
Skauge, T.; Ure, O.B.: Literature for studies of upskilling and technology management in clusters of SME. A review. Research Paper, University College of Bergen, 2014.
Formal education in an informal Norwegian culture of enterprise training. Six cases collected from maritime and offshore environments. National report from subproject 4 in the frame of the EU 6th FW project LLL2010. Fafo-paper 2010:21, Oslo.
«Learning is too important to be left to…» A contribution to general frameworks for Classroom Training and Workplace Training. Fafo-paper 2007:21
“Vocational training in the European Union. Competence and competitivity”, Report to the Confederation of Norwegian Business and Industry*; 1995.
“Training for sustainable employment in the European Union. Development of qualifications in European training programmes”. Report to the Norwegian Ministry of Education, 1994.
Kapitel 5.5 Länderstudie Norwegen: The recognition of informal and non-formal learning outcomes for formally low-skilled persons: status quo and perspectives. Bertelsmann Stiftung. Continuing education for all. Study: Recognition of informal learning. Gütersloh, Germany; 2015. http://www.bertelsmann-stiftung.de/de/publikationen/publikation/did/wenn-aus-kompetenzen-berufliche-chancen-werden/
“Validation of prior learning and its policy environment. How a European Inventory can support the development in a thematic field”. Paper to support round-table discussion at the European Conference on Educational Research, Dublin 7-10 September 2005.
Validation of non-formal and informal learning in Norway: An advanced framework on the verge of implementation. National thematic paper in the frame of DG Employment’s ‘Mutual Learning Programme’. Paris 8-9 November 2007.
S. Skule, O. B. Ure: (2004): Lifelong learning in Norway – Norwegian experiences. Identification and validation of non-formal and informal learning. Fafo-paper 2004:21. Oslo.
E. Brandt, T. Thune, O. B Ure: ”Tilbud og etterspørsel av etter- og videreutdanning i Norge. En analyse av status, strategier og samspill.” Background report for the (White paper) Report No. 44 Storting “Education strategy”. Fafo/NIFU, Oslo; 2009.
“Skill transformations, projections and systems”, Contribution to the Prospective analysis 2020: Impact of technological and structural change on employment. IPTS/ESTO report to the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs of the European Parliament, Joint Research Centre, European Commission, 2002.
“Lifelong learning in education&training systems – Information, skills and employability”. Paper WBL to the conference “Learning without limits”, organised by the European Distance Education Network, Stockholm 10-13 June 2001
“GATEWAY to the European Learning Area – The construction of an Internet portal for education and training resources”. Paper to the International Conference on ICT for Education; Vienna, 6-9 December 2000.
Lifelong Learning Strategies: Critical factors and good practice in implementation. A final report submitted by GHK Consulting. Written by Daniela Ulicna, Odd Bjørn Ure, Patrick Werquin. Brussels, December 2010.
Saar, E, Ure, O.B. and Holford, J. (Eds.). Lifelong Learning in Europe: National Patterns and Challenges. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2013. https://www.e-elgar.com/shop/lifelong-learning-in-europe?___website=uk_warehouse
Lifelong learning in Norway: a deflating policy balloon or an act of piecemeal implementation? National report in the frame of the EU 6th framework project LLL2010. Fafo-report 2007:30, Oslo.
“Aprendizaje a lo largo de la vida: el caso español”, XIV Congreso de factores y entornos de progreso: Grupo de trabajo de el papel de la formación en la generación de entornos de progreso, Madrid, 14 de octubre de 2003.
“Lifelong learning: Beyond Education and Training”, Odd Björn Ure and James P. Gavigan, the IPTS report n° 46, July 2000, ISSN 1025-9384.