Recent Submissions

  • CEO health 

    Keloharju, Matti; Knüpfer, Samuli; Tåg, Joacim (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
    Using comprehensive data on 28 cohorts in Sweden, we analyze CEO health and its determinants and outcomes. We find CEOs are in much better health than the population and on par with other high-skill professionals. These ...
  • Structured shadowing as a pedagogy 

    Nicolini, Davide; Korica, Maja (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2024)
    In this article, we introduce and discuss the potential benefits of structured shadowing, a distinct pedagogy in which the action-proximity of traditional unstructured job shadowing is supplemented by carefully designed ...
  • Designing the Intelligent Organization: Six Principles for Human-AI Collaboration 

    Kolbjørnsrud, Vegard (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
    This article presents principles and practical guidelines for how managers can succeed in growing the intelligence of their organizations by harnessing the complementary strengths of humans and artificial intelligence (AI). ...
  • The varying effects of standardisation on digital platform innovation: evidence from OpenStreetmap 

    Arnold, Laurin; Hukal, Philipp (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2024)
    We investigate the effects of standardisation as a means of direct control on digital platform innovation. Specifically, we study the standardisation of parameters and procedures implemented in the web editing API on the ...
  • Licensing small modular reactors: A state-of-the-art review of the challenges and barriers 

    Sam, Rohunsingh; Sainati, Tristano; Hanson, Bruce; Kay, Robert (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
    Small Modular Reactors are gaining significant interest for their reduced footprint, lower power output, modularity, and innovative features. The licensing of SMRs is key to their successful deployment. However, the ...
  • Explanations for the Sources of Wealth: It Is Not a Just World 

    Arnulf, Jan Ketil; Robinson, Charlotte; Furnham, Adrian (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
    Five hundred participants indicated the extent to which they thought very wealthy people had become rich from four routes: three by personal effort (executive, investor, entrepreneur) and one by inheritance. These ratings ...
  • Improved tests for Granger noncausality in panel data 

    Xiao, Jiaqi; Karavias, Yiannis; Juodis, Artūras; Sarafidis, Vasilis; Ditzen, Jan (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
    In this article, we introduce the xtgrangert command, which implements the panel Granger noncausality testing approach developed by Juodis, Karavias, and Sarafidis (2021, Empirical Economics 60: 93–112). This test offers ...
  • Styrets arbeid med bærekraft 

    Bråthen, Tore; Minde, Stine Winger (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
    This article discusses the Norwegian judicial framework for the Board’s work with sustainability. Sustainability regulation is no longer a result of more or less targeted political initiatives, it largely presents as a ...
  • A method to evaluate the rank condition for CCE estimators 

    De Vos, Ignace; Everaert, Gerdie; Sarafidis, Vasilis (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
    We develop a binary classifier to evaluate whether the rank condition (RC) is satisfied or not for the Common Correlated Effects (CCE) estimator. The RC postulates that the number of unobserved factors, m, is not larger ...
  • Mapping the Prestige and Social Value of Occupations in the Digital Economy 

    Newlands, Gemma Elisabeth Marjorie; Lutz, Christoph (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2024)
    With the emergence of the digital economy, the occupational landscape in many countries has undergone major transformations. While scholars have started to study the working conditions of digital economy occupations such ...
  • The Perceived Impacts of Short-Term Rental Platforms: Comparing the United States and United Kingdom   

    Lutz, Christoph; Majetić, Filip; Miguel, Cristina; Perez Vega, Rodrigo; Jones, Brian (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2024)
    Short-term rental platforms such as Airbnb have enjoyed considerable success in recent years. However, critics accuse the platforms of having negative impacts, leading to gentrification, disruption, and increased rent and ...
  • The Role of the Discount Rate in Investment and Employment Decisions 

    Møller, Stig; Priestley, Richard (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
    Time variation in the discount rate affects investment and employment decisions in a manner consistent with Q-theory predictions. This evidence is uncovered when using cyclical consumption as a proxy for the discount rate. ...
  • The COVID-19 pandemic and family business performance 

    Miroshnychenko, Ivan; Vocalelli, Giorgio; De Massis, Alfredo; Grassi, Stefano; Ravazzolo, Francesco (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
    This study examines the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on corporate financial performance using a unique, cross-country, and longitudinal sample of 3350 listed firms worldwide. We find that the financial performance of ...
  • Social sustainability of energy infrastructures: The role of the programme governance framework 

    Sainati, Tristano; Locatelli, Giorgio; Mignacca, Benito (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
    The energy infrastructure literature focuses on the economic and environmental dimensions of sustainability, neglecting the social dimension. Particularly obscure is how the programme governance frameworks of energy projects ...
  • Direct mail to prospects and email to current customers? Modeling and field-testing multichannel marketing 

    Valenti, Albert; Srinivasan, Shuba; Yildirim, Gokhan; Pauwels, Koen (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
    Multichannel retailers need to understand how to allocate marketing budgets to customer segments and online and offline sales channels. We propose an integrated methodological approach to assess how email and direct mail ...
  • Dual Argument, Double Truth: On the Continued Importance of the State in Neoliberal Thought. 

    Innset, Ola (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
    It has been established that the neoliberal creed arising in the interwar and early postwar years, despite its strong rejection of economic planning, also entailed a rejection of laissez-faire liberalism. This article ...
  • Occupational Prestige and Occupational Social Value in the United Kingdom: New Indices for the Modern British Economy 

    Newlands, Gemma Elisabeth Marjorie; Lutz, Christoph (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2024)
    Sociological research has long been interested in occupational evaluation. However, occupational research remains hampered by conceptual ambiguity and methodological problems. To address these issues, we present new indices ...
  • The consumption expenditure response to unemployment: Evidence from Norwegian households 

    Fagereng, Andreas; Onshuus, Helene; Torstensen, Kjersti Næss (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2024)
    This paper examines heterogeneity in household income and consumption responses to unemployment, using granular administrative tax data from Norway. On average, unemployment results in a significant, lasting income reduction, ...
  • Measurement and Evaluation in the Digital Age: Challenges and Opportunities for Corporate Communication 

    Buhmann, Alexander; Volk, Sophia Charlotte (Chapter, 2023)
    Digital technologies offer significant advances for the measurement and evaluation (M&E) of corporate communication, as they allow for real time and automated data collection and anal-ysis and bring new predictive capabilities. ...
  • Measurement and Evaluation: Framework, Methods, and Critique 

    Buhmann, Alexander; Volk, Sophia Charlotte (Chapter, 2022)
    Measurement and evaluation (M&E) is the cornerstone of strategic communication: Whether and how the purposeful use of communication contributes to realizing the mission, strategy or particular objectives of an organization, ...

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