• When Does the Family Govern the Family Firm? 

    Bøhren, Øyvind; Stacescu, Bogdan; Almli, Line; Søndergaard, Kathrine (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
    We find that the controlling family holds both the chief executive officer and chair positions in 79% of Norwegian family firms. The family holds more governance positions when it owns large stakes in small, profitable, ...
  • Setting the Bar: The Influence of Women's Conspicuous Display on Men's Affiliative Behavior 

    Sundie, Jill M.; Pandelaere, Mario; Lens, Inge; Warlop, Luk (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
    Four studies provide evidence for a process by which a woman’s conspicuous consumption can serve as a deterrent to affiliative behaviors by materialistic men, via heightened perceptions of the woman’s financial standards ...
  • How streaming services make cinema more important: Lessons from Norway 

    Gaustad, Terje (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
    The technocultural disruption triggered by digitization has radically changed the way in which we consume films outside cinemas and transformed content providers’ business models. In Norway, between 2010 and 2016, DVD/Bluray ...
  • Why do employees speak up? Examining the roles of LMX, perceived risk and perceived leader power in predicting voice behavior 

    Duan, Jinyun; Lapointe, Émilie; Xu, Yue; Sarah, Brooks (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
    The purpose of this paper is to understand better why employees voice. Drawing on social information processing theory and insights derived from the literature on power, the authors suggest that leader–member exchange (LMX) ...
  • Statens arbeideres tjenestepensjoner (1814-1917) 

    Espeli, Harald (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
    Tjenestepensjonsordningene for statens arbeidere mellom 1814 og 1917 er lite undersøkt. Her behandles alders-, uføre- og enkepensjoner. Det var fire hovedgrupper arbeidere i staten; for det første arbeiderne på Sølvverket ...

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