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Theodor "Ted" Hanisch (born 20 April 1947) is a Norwegian sociologist, civil servant and politician for the Labour Party.
He was born in Tønsberg. He graduated with the mag.art. degree (PhD equivalent) in sociology, and was a director at the Norwegian Institute for Social Research from 1978. In 1986, when the second cabinet Brundtland assumed office, he resigned to become a State Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister. He lost this job in 1989, when the second cabinet Brundtland fell. Hanisch was then hired as director general of the newly established CICERO, Center for International Climate and Environmental Research in Oslo. In April 1993 he assumed a new position, as vice director of Aetat. The director Bjartmar Gjerde was soon to retire, and in September 1994 Hanisch was promoted to director, assuming the position in 1995. He was pressured to leave in 2000 following bookkeeping irregularities.
Hanisch has also been the chairman of the board of Enova.