Recent Submissions

  • Service Innovation and Value Creation in Local Journalism During Times of Crisis 

    Olsen, Ragnhild Kristine; Furseth, Peder Inge (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
    Journalism innovation, according to service innovation theory, is about providing new journalistic services that create value for audiences, society, and the news organisation itself. This study explores how local news ...
  • Digital Nomads: Opportunities and Challenges for the Future of Work in the Post-Covid Society 

    Broek, Tijs van den; Haubrich, Giselene Feiten; Razmerita, Liana; Murero, Monica; Marx, Julian; Lind, Yvette; Brakel-Ahmed, Fiza; Cook, Laura; Boer, Pim de (Research report, 2023)
  • Body appreciation around the world: Measurement invariance of the Body Appreciation Scale-2 (BAS-2) across 65 nations, 40 languages, gender identities, and age 

    Swami, Viren; Tran, Ulrich S; Stieger, Stefan; Aavik, Toivo; Ranjbar, Hamed Abdollahpour; abedayo, sulaiman; Afhami, Reza; Ahmed, Oli; Aimé, Annie; Akel, Marwan; Halbusi, Hussam; Alexias, George; Ali, Khawla F.; Alp-Dal, Nursep; Alsalhani, Anas B.; Álvares-Solas, Sara; Amaral, Ana Carolina Soares; Andrianto, Sonny; Aspden, Trefor; Argyrides, Marios; Aruta, John Jamir Benzon R.; Atkin, Stephen L.; Ayandele, Olusola; Baceviciene, Migle; Bahbouh, Radvan; Ballesio, Andrea; Barron, David; Bellard, Ashleigh; Bender, Sóley S.; Beydag, Kerime; Birovljević, Gorana; Blackburn, Marie-Eve; Borja-Alvarez, Teresita; Borowiec, Joanna; Bozogáňová, Miroslava; Bratland-Sanda, Solfrid; Browning, Matthew H. E. M.; Brytek-Matera, Anna; Burakova, Marina; Çakır-Koçak, Yeliz; Camacho, Pablo; Camilleri, Vittorio Emanuele; Cazzato, Valentina; Cerea, Silvia; Chaiwutikornwanich, Apitchaya; Chaleeraktrakoon, Trawin; Furnham, Adrian; Otterbring, Tobias; Borgen, Christine Sundgot; Trangsrud, Lise Katrine Jepsen; Voracek, Martin (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
    The Body Appreciation Scale-2 (BAS-2) is a widely used measure of a core facet of the positive body image construct. However, extant research concerning measurement invariance of the BAS-2 across a large number of nations ...
  • We’re only in it for the money? Developing sustainable literacy through management accounting curriculum 

    Berg, Terje; Lyngstadås, Hakim (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2023)
    This article addresses how and why introductory management accounting courses could contribute to sustainable literacy. Drawing on pragmatic constructivism we develop a course design. We base our discussions on teaching ...
  • Klimaregnskap som konkurransefortrinn 

    Stoknes, Per Espen; Walderhaug, Elisa Dahl (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2023)
    Hvordan står det egentlig til med klimaregnskapene i norske bedrifter? Artikkelen gir en kort status på dagens utbredelse og drøfter formål, metoder og praksis for klimaregnskap og klimamål med henblikk på konkurransefortrinn. ...
  • Humane Orientation, Work–Family Conflict, and Positive Spillover Across Cultures 

    Beham, Barbara; Ollier-Malaterre, Ariane; Allen, Tammy D.; Baierl, Andreas; Alexandrova, Matilda; Artiawati, T.; Beauregard, T. Alexandra; Carvalho, Vania Sofia; Chambel, Maria José; Cho, Eunae; Coden de Silva, Bruna; Dawkins, Sarah; Escribano, Pablo I.; Gudeta, Konjit Hailu; Huang, Ting-pang; Jaga, Ameeta; Kost, Dominique; Kurowska, Anna; Leon, Emmanuelle; Lewis, Suzan; Lu, Chang-qin; Martin, Angela; Morandin, Gabriele; Noboa, Fabrizio; Offer, Shira; Ohu, Eugene; Peters, Pascale; Rajadhyaksha, Ujvala; Russo, Marcello; Sohn, Young Woo; Straub, Caroline; Tammelin, Mia; Triki, Leila; van Engen, Marloes L; Waismel-Manor, Ronit (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
    Although cross-national work–family research has made great strides in recent decades, knowledge accumulation on the impact of culture on the work–family interface has been hampered by a limited geographical and cultural ...
  • The Finance Uncertainty Multiplier 

    Alfaro, Iván; Bloom, Nicholas; Lin, Xiaoji (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2023)
    We show how real and financial frictions amplify, prolong and propagate thenegative impact of uncertainty shocks. We first use a novel instrumentation strategy toaddress endogeneity in estimating the impact of uncertainty ...
  • Medier, makt og myter. Krigen på bakken, krigen i mediene og krigen om mytene 

    Hernes, Gudmund (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2023)
    I en hommage til krigskorrespondenter, skrev jeg i Morgenbladet 1.4.2022 bl.a. I krig kan pressen spille ulike roller: støtte, starte eller stanse. ... Et sterkt eksempel på journalisters rolle i å stanse kriger, er ...
  • Plausible futures for the Norwegian offshore energy sector: Business as usual, harvest or rebuild? 

    Stoknes, Per Espen; Aslaksen, Iulie; Goluke, Ulrich; Randers, Jørgen; Garnåsjordet, Per Arild (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2024)
    The global energy transition from fossil to low-carbon energy challenges the future of the Norwegian petroleum sector, a major factor in the country's economy, now facing financial climate risk and long-term declining ...
  • Measuring Agreement Using Guessing Models and Knowledge Coefficients 

    Moss, Jonas (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2023)
    Several measures of agreement, such as the Perreault–Leigh coefficient, the AC1 , and the recent coefficient of van Oest, are based on explicit models of how judges make their ratings. To handle such measures of agreement ...
  • Investigating and Prosecuting White-Collar and Corporate Crime: Challenges and Barriers for National Police Agencies 

    Gottschalk, Petter (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2024)
    Many countries have established national authorities to investigate and prosecute serious and complex white-collar and corporate crime incidents. This article reviews research literature regarding external challenges and ...
  • The Dark Versus Bright Side of a Smiley: A Preregistered Replication of Experiment 3 in Glikson et al. (2018) “The Dark Side of a Smiley” 

    Lai, Linda; Mayiwar, Lewend (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2023)
    The present paper reports an independent and better powered (N = 847 vs. N = 85) replication of Experiment 3 in Glikson et al. (2018). The authors of the original study reported support for their proposition that due to ...
  • Seksuell utnyttelse av barn over internett - Rapport om analyse av teknologiske faktorer som påvirker produksjon og deling av materiale som seksuelt utnytter barn over internett 

    Dorotic, Matilda; Johnsen, Jan William (Research report, 2023)
    Denne rapporten tar sikte på å bidra til de nasjonale strategimålene for å tilrettelegge for at barn og unge skal være trygge på nettet. Rapporten vil gå gjennom en evaluering av teknologiske arenaer, kanaler og trender ...
  • Algorithmic Discrimination Causes Less Moral Outrage Than Human Discrimination 

    Bigman, Yochanan E.; Wilson, Desman; Nordmo, Mads; Waytz, Adam; Gray, Kurt (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
    Companies and governments are using algorithms to improve decision-making for hiring, medical treatments, and parole. The use of algorithms holds promise for overcoming human biases in decision-making, but they frequently ...
  • COCO: an annotated Twitter dataset of COVID-19 conspiracy theories 

    Langguth, Johannes; Schroeder, Daniel Thilo; Filkukova, Petra; Brenner, Stefan; Phillips, Jesper; Pogorelov, Konstantin (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2023)
    The COVID-19 pandemic has been accompanied by a surge of misinformation on social media which covered a wide range of different topics and contained many competing narratives, including conspiracy theories. To study such ...
  • Wayfarers in Cyberspace: A Temporal Investigation of Digital Nomads Based on Liquid Modernity Theory 

    Xiao, Yunhao; Lutz, Christoph (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2024)
    Following the recent rise of digital nomadism, this study explores changing patterns of travel and work among highly mobile individuals. We draw on liquid modernity theory to analyze data from Reddit’s r/digitalnomad ...
  • Optimal sequential decision making with probabilistic digital twins 

    Agrell, Christian; Dahl, Kristina Rognlien; Hafver, Andreas (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2023)
    In this study, we present a formal defnition of the probabilistic digital twin (PDT). Digital twins are emerging in many industries, typically consisting of simulation models and data associated with a specifc physical ...
  • Competing with precision: incentives for developing predictive biomarker tests 

    Brekke, Kurt Richard; Dalen, Dag Morten; Straume, Odd Rune (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2023)
    We study the incentives of drug producers to develop predictive biomarkers, taking into account strategic interaction between drug producers and health plans. For this purpose, we develop a two-dimensional spatial framework ...
  • Association between culture and the preference for, and perceptions of, 11 routes of medicine administration: A survey in 21 countries and regions 

    Murdan, Sudaxshina; Wei, Li; van Riet-Nales, Diana A.; Gurmu, Abyot Endale; Usifoh, Stella Folajole; Tăerel, Adriana-Elena; Yıldız-Peköz, Ayca; Krajnović, Dušanka; Azzopardi, Lilian M.; Brock, Tina; Fernandes, Ana I.; dos Santos, André Luis Souza; Anto, Berko Panyin; Vallet, Thibault; Lee, Eunkyung Euni; Jeong, Kyeong Hye; Akel, Marwan; Tam, Eliza; Volmer, Daisy; Douss, Tawfik; Shukla, Sharvari; Yamamura, Shigeo; Lou, Xiaoe; van Riet, Bauke H.G.; Usifoh, Cyril O.; Duwiejua, Mahama; Ruiz, Fabrice; Furnham, Adrian (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
    Medicines can be taken by various routes of administration. These can impact the effects and perceptions of medicines. The literature about individuals' preferences for and perceptions of the different routes of administration ...

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