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  • Bitcoin Returns – a Mood Killer? 

    Bakken, Ellinor Giske; Høgset, Veronika (Master thesis, 2022)
    The thesis examines whether cryptocurrency returns may be used to explain sentiment expressed on social media. To do this, we have constructed a unique dataset consisting of posts on Twitter and Reddit mentioning Bitcoin ...
  • Burnout and its four dimensions: The influences of stress mindset 

    Wang, Sander Lervik; Rød, Fredrik (Master thesis, 2022)
    Even though burnout has been a hot topic of research for decades, little is known about how the construct is influenced by an individual's view of stress. In this thesis, we will attempt to further the collective knowledge ...
  • ESG-SCORE & ABNORMAL RETURNS IN THE EUROPEAN MARKET 

    Gandolfi, Valentina; Andersen, Benedicte Marie (Master thesis, 2022)
    This thesis investigates if investing in European stocks based on Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) scores can generate abnormal returns from 2011 to 2021. By performing positive, best-in-class, and negative ...
  • Perceptions of non-price criteria in pharmaceutical tenders: A case study on the Norwegian market for generic antibiotics 

    Wangen, Andreas Karenstuen; Pettersen, Mikal Smolan (Master thesis, 2022)
    Described as one of the cornerstones of modern society, the availability of antibiotics is crucial. A worrying trend is a drastic decrease in suppliers and producers (Roland Berger, 2018), and the increased frequency of ...
  • Macroeconomic Fundamentals' Predictability of Currency Returns 

    Tønjum, Trond Daae; Slyngstad, Jan Helge (Master thesis, 2022)
    We study the relationship between macroeconomic fundamentals and currency returns from the perspective of a British investor. To investigate the relationship more closely, we replicate the methodologies presented by Dahlquist ...

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