• Daily naturals 

      Gundersen, Camilla H. (Bachelor thesis, 2018)
    • Daily naturals 

      Vathne, Anna (Bachelor thesis, 2018)
    • Daily naturals 

      Ekeland, Marius R. (Bachelor thesis, 2018)
    • Daily naturals 

      Figenschau, Heidi S. (Bachelor thesis, 2018)
    • Daily naturals 

      Bekkum, Marie (Bachelor thesis, 2018)
    • Daily naturals 

      Eriksrød, Kristine Røse (Bachelor thesis, 2018)
      The Australian, family owned hair care company Dresslier, with one of its product lines Daily Naturals, is aiming to take its already successful business to the next level. This marketing report builds on the results from ...
    • Daily naturals 

      Nessler, Katrine Z. (Bachelor thesis, 2018)
      Based on the conducted situation analysis, three main issues have been identified for Daily Naturals to focus on. 1. The challenges of entering the haircare market in Australia without economies of scale. 2. Due to no ...
    • Daily naturals 

      Kvannes, Nanna (Bachelor thesis, 2018)
      The three main issues that came out of the situation analysis were the false truth of Daily Naturals’ patent, the threat of competitors with economies of scale, and Daily Naturals lack of marketing efforts. The reason why ...
    • Daily naturals 

      Simonsen, Mario (Bachelor thesis, 2018)
      an increasing social movement towards vegan and sustainable products. However, the internal and external analysis also revealed three strategic issues that Daily Naturals are facing. The issues have been renamed to better ...
    • Dale of Norway 

      Isager, Clementine Hole; Sjetne, Kristoffer; Sjödin, Rebecca Victoria Fatima; Vorkinn, Henrik (Bachelor thesis, 2013-08-21)
      Peter Jebsen founded Dale of Norway in a small village outside Bergen, Norway in 1879. Dale produces fine outdoor clothing made of Norwegian wool and Merino wool from Australia and New Zealand. Dale exports to 22 countries, ...
    • Dale of Norway : a strategic analysis of Dale of Norway‟s possible entry into the English market 

      Brønstad, Oda Johannessen; Eikeland, Anja Cathrine; Gilhuus, Anette; Mellesmo, Signe (Bachelor thesis, 2011-08-31)
      Dale of Norway is a Norwegian company that produces woollen garments. They operate in several countries across the world; however, their presence in England is minimal. The managers have expressed a wish to examine the ...
    • Daring to dream: Leadership practices in Norway’s U20 national football team 

      Aartun, Daniel Bruland; Særsland, Andreas Emblem (Master thesis, 2019)
      To examine the success of the U20 Norwegian male national football team of 2019 from a leadership perspective, this thesis considers several success factors that may have helped the team reach the World Cup. It applies ...
    • Dark side correlates of job reliability and stress tolerance in two large samples 

      Furnham, Adrian (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      This study set out to examine how dark-side traits (derailers) are related to Stress Tolerance and Job Reliability. Over 8000 adult Britons from two separate assessment centres completed two validated questionnaires: the ...
    • Data on social media use related to age, gender and trust constructs of integrity, competence, concern, benevolence and identification 

      Warner-Søderholm, Gillian; Bertsch, Andy; Søderholm, Annika (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      This article contains data collected from self-report surveys of respondents to measure 1) social media usage, 2) age, 3) gender and 4) trust, measured within five major trust constructs of a) Integrity, b) Competence, c) ...
    • David and Goliath in the Poll Booth: Group Size, Political Power and Voter Turnout 

      Bönisch, Peter; Geys, Benny; Michelsen, Claus (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      This article analyses how the presence of a dominant group of voters within the electorate affects voter turnout. Theoretically, we argue that its absolute size affects turnout via increased free-riding incentives and ...
    • De gamle er eldst 

      Isachsen, Arne Jon (CME Working Papers;8/2013, Working paper, 2013)
      Dette arbeidsnotatet setter sammen brevene fra årets seks siste måneder. Det inneholder følgende brev: Bør Norge ta initiativet til en ny Marshallplan? Den uvillige og den overivrige Er velferdsstaten et spleiselag? ...
    • De glemte kvinnevalgene 

      Larsen, Eirinn; Øksendal, Lars Fredrik (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      Å framstille kvinner som en mer ensartet politisk gruppe enn menn, er felles for mange av beretningene om kvinnestemmeretten i Norge. Ser man på kvinners og menns valgadferd før stemmeretten ble gjort allmenn i 1913, trer ...
    • De historiske hotel og spisesteder 

      Johansen, Even Julian Wedø; Woldseth, Stefi Evensen (Bachelor thesis, 2014-09-11)
      I løpet av våren 2014 har vi jobba med denne bacheloroppgaven. I løpet av den tiden har vi kommet frem til dette ferdigproduktet. Vi har valgt å bruke boka til Troye og Grønhaug (1993) som en veiledning på hvordan vi ...
    • «De måske egnede»: En diskurs om organisasjons- og ledelsesfag i siviløkonomutdanningen 

      Jevnaker, Birgit Helene; Asting, Cecilie (Journal article, 2017)
      Siviløkonomenes utdanning er sterkt knyttet til opplæring i teori, analytiske ferdigheter og forståelse innen økonomi og administrasjon. Studiet er attraktivt, og mange av kandidatene får etter hvert lederjobber eller ...
    • (De)Centralization and voter turnout: theory and evidence from German municipalities 

      Michelsen, Claus; Boenisch, Peter; Geys, Benny (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      A vast academic literature illustrates that voter turnout is affected by the institutional design of elections (e.g., compulsory voting, electoral system, postal or Sunday voting). In this article, we exploit a simple ...