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    • Business ethics across the curriculum? 

      Brinkmann, Johannes; Sims, Ronald R.; Nelson, Lawrence J. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      This article describes and discusses team teaching and particularly guest lectures as a way of integrating ethics into the business curriculum. After a brief discussion of business school responsibilities and the teaching ...
    • Business history and economic globalisation 

      Ekberg, Espen; Lange, Even (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      Recent reviewers of the current state and future direction of business history have complained that, despite the growth of business history as a distinct academic discipline in recent decades, the field has tended to become ...
    • Business model innovation : the South African BoP canvas 

      Kobro, Marie; Hattrem, Katrine (Master thesis, 2014-02-10)
      This Master Thesis is a contribution to the ongoing discussion in the academic world surrounding the Bottom of the Pyramid as an un-captured growth opportunity for business operations. Although the concept has increasingly ...
    • Business model innovation and value-creation: the triadic way 

      Andreassen, Tor W.; Lervik-Olsen, Line; Snyder, Hannah; Allard, Van Riel; Sweeney, Jill; Yves, Van Vaerenbergh (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Purpose Open service innovation is an emergent new service development practice, where knowledge on how to organize development work is scarce. The purpose of the present research is to identify and describe relevant ...
    • Business Models and Organization Design 

      Fjeldstad, Øystein D.; Snow, Charles C. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Despite a voluminous literature, business model research continues to be plagued with problems. Those problems hinder theory development and make it difficult for managers to use research findings in their decision-making. ...
    • Business model–dynamic capabilities and open innovation initiatives in research-intensive organisations: A case of Australia's national science agency 

      Kriz, Alexandra; Tresidder, Julia; Dowd, Anne-Maree; Weerawardena, Jay; Witell, Lars; Snyder, Hannah; de Pallant, Rohan (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Publicly funded national science agencies create valueas innovation catalysts and through their scientific andresearch missions, they tackle wicked problems. Under-standing how dynamic capabilities and business modelinnovation ...
    • Business Network Simulation: Combining Research Cases and Agent-Based Models in a Robust Methodology 

      Prenkert, Frans (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      This paper describes the use of an agent-based model (ABM) with the purpose of simulating interaction processes in business networks. Such an ABM must be able to capture time and process in networks while retaining a level ...
    • Business plan for Oscars Pizza AS 

      Hellum, Ole (Bachelor thesis, 2020)
      Oscars Pizza is a small restaurant owned and operated by Nabeel Kadhim Diwan, located at Teaterplassen in Grønland, Oslo. The restaurant serves food to its own in-house customers, as well as to customers at neighbouring ...
    • Business relations (B2B} and MSW management in Norway 

      Granheim, Jenny Viil Holte; Evensen, Oscar (Master thesis, 2023)
      The importance of waste management has increased in the last decade. Resources are becoming scarcer and the need for a circular mindset has become prominent. We need to reduce the amount of waste, and reuse and recycle as ...
    • Business relationships in humanitarian logistics : a case study of the WASH-kit network 

      Babic, Ena; Heie, Benedikte (Master thesis, 2015-08-07)
      Purpose: The purpose of this thesis is to describe and explore how business relationships impact humanitarian logistics. We will achieve this by looking at general theories on humanitarian logistics and business relationships ...
    • Business schools and the roles of the executives' wives 

      Amdam, Rolv Petter Storvik (Journal article; Others, 2021)
      This article shows how historical studies enrich our understanding of imprinting theory and can further our knowledge about gender in business schools. In the founding period of executive education following World War II, ...
    • But we’re not all Vikings! Intercultural identity within a Nordic context 

      Warner-Søderholm, Gillian (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      The concept of ‘Scandinavian culture’ is not new: the implicit understanding is that all Nordic states have similar cultural values (Smith et al. 2003). Nevertheless, disturbing cultural differences may still surface even ...
    • The buyback anomaly and the motives behind share repurchase announcements in Norway 

      Hagen, Oda Brudevoll; Bergersen, Emma Aashaug (Master thesis, 2021)
      Firms announcing a repurchase of their shares often experience a period of abnormal returns; this is known as the buyback anomaly. The buyback anomaly is a persistent market anomaly that is challenging to explain (Andreou ...
    • Buyer Power and Price Formation in Intermediate Goods Markets: a Dynamic Perspective 

      Alm, Erik Skifjeld; Riis, Jan Erik (Master thesis, 2021)
      This thesis studies how buyer power affects input prices in intermediate goods markets. The aim is to investigate how a buyer can invest to increase buyer power, and we use Inderst and Wey (2007) as a baseline for our ...
    • Buying CSR with employees’ pensions? The effect of social responsible investments on Norwegian SMEs’ choice of pension fund management: A conjoint survey 

      Biong, Harald; Silkoset, Ragnhild (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Purpose – Employees often expect an emphasis on financial aspects to be predominant when their employers choose a fund management company for the investment of employees’ pension fund deposits. By contrast, in an attempt ...
    • Buying First or Selling First in Housing Markets 

      Moen, Espen Rasmus; Nenov, Plamen; Sniekers, Florian (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Housing transactions by moving homeowners take two steps—buying a new house and selling the old one. This paper argues that the transaction sequence decisions of moving homeowners have important effects on the housing ...
    • Buzz-markedsføring 

      Andreassen, Tor W. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
    • Bygg-, anlegg- og eiendomsnæringens betydning for Norge - vekst og lønnsomhet (1998-2007) 

      Espelien, Anne; Reve, Torger (Forskningsrapport, Research report, 2009)
      Rapporten er en oppdatering av regnskapstallene fra BI prosjektet ”En verdiskapende bygg-, anlegg- og eiendomsnæring” (Espelien og Reve, 2007). Målsetningen til hovedprosjektet var å bidra til en økt forståelse for betydningen ...
    • Bygg-, anlegg- og eiendomsnæringens betydning for Norge – oppdatering 2013 

      Goldeng, Eskil; Bygballe, Lena E. (Forskningsrapport;1/2013, Research report, 2013)
      Forskningsrapporten presenterer resultater fra en oppdatering av verdiskapningsstudiene av bygg-, anlegg – og eiendomsnæringen (BAE), som siden 2007 har blitt gjennomført ved Senter for byggenæringen ved Handelshøyskolen ...
    • Byggemarkedet - et "lemons"-marked eller velfungerende marked? 

      Biong, Harald (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2008)
      Norges Takseringsforbund har gjennom en undersøkelse i oktober 2007 anslått at problemene med manglende kontroll, slurv og feil utførelse i byggefasen representerer skader på ca 13 mill NOK på årsbasis i den norske ...