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    • Statens arbeideres tjenestepensjoner (1814-1917) 

      Espeli, Harald (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      Tjenestepensjonsordningene for statens arbeidere mellom 1814 og 1917 er lite undersøkt. Her behandles alders-, uføre- og enkepensjoner. Det var fire hovedgrupper arbeidere i staten; for det første arbeiderne på Sølvverket ...
    • Sterkere virkemidler med utilsiktede konsekvenser i norsk markedsføringslov? 

      Viken, Monica (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Økt oppmerksomhet rettet mot forbrukervern har ført til at forvaltningsmyndighetene har fått stadig sterkere virkemidler for effektivt å kunne stanse næringsdrivendes lovstridige markedsføring overfor forbrukere. I denne ...
    • Stochastic programming approaches for an energy-aware lot-sizing and sequencing problem with incentive 

      Perraudat, Antoine; Dauzère-Pérès, Stéphane; Mason, Scott Jennings (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Motivated by real challenges on energy management faced by industrial firms, we propose a novel way to reduce production costs by including the pricing of electricity in a multi-product lot-sizing problem. In incentive-based ...
    • Stochastic volatility models with ARMA innovations: An application to G7 inflation forecasts 

      Zhang, Bo; Chan, Joshua; Cross, Jamie (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      We introduce a new class of stochastic volatility models with autoregressive moving average (ARMA) innovations. The conditional mean process has a flexible form that can accommodate both a state space representation and a ...
    • Stock Market Wealth and the Real Economy: A Local Labor Market Approach 

      Chodorow-Reich, Gabriel; Nenov, Plamen; Simsek, Alp (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      We provide evidence of the stock market consumption wealth effect by using a local labor market analysis. An increase in local stock wealth driven by aggregate stock prices increases local employment and payroll in nontradable ...
    • Store skjevheter ved bruk av stordata? 

      Hunneman, Auke (Journal article, 2018)
      Skaper bruk av stordata store skjevheter? Til tross for at tilgangen av stordata har bidratt til store endringer i hvordan vi designer forretningsmodeller, og fortsatt vil være en viktig driver i denne utviklingen, har ...
    • Strategic brand management: Archetypes for managing brandsthrough paradoxes 

      Högström, Claes; Gustafsson, Anders; Tronvoll, Bård (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      Although brands are acknowledged as significant assets in a firm‟s value creation and differentiation process, branding literature often describes opposing perspectives and contradictory demands. This article develops a ...
    • Strategic entry deterrence in the audit industry: Evidence from the merger of professional accounting bodies 

      Cheng, Stephanie F.; Hope, Ole-Kristian; Hu, Danqi (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Studies show that incumbents reduce prices in response to higher entry threats in consumer industries. We provide new insights on the importance of an incumbent firm's reputation to the limit-pricing decision by examining ...
    • Strategic public policy around population thresholds 

      De Witte, Kristof; Geys, Benny; Schönhage, Nanna Lauritz (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Political economists have long maintained that politicians respond to both (re-)election and financial incentives. This article contributes to the latter literature by analysing whether, when and how local office-holders ...
    • Strategies for inclusive place making 

      Omholt, Tore (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to present a new approach to analyzing place making structure and processes, and discuss strategies for inclusive place making in urban areas. Design/methodology/approach – The ...
    • Strategizing in horizons and verizons: Distinguishing between mediators and firms' mediating functions. 

      Huemer, Lars (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Purpose The study has two related objectives. At the firm level of analysis, the author proposes that a clearer distinction between firms’ mediating functions and mediators could enhance the understanding of business ...
    • The structure of Norwegian seafood trade 

      Straume, Hans-Martin; Asche, Frank; Oglend, Atle; Gaasland, Ivar; Pettersen, Ingrid Kristine; Sogn-Grundvåg, Geir (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2024)
      While seafood is a highly traded commodity, lack of data has largely prevented examination of the firms and industries that are conducting the actual transactions. In this paper we use highly disaggregated data to provide ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • Subliminal fatty acid-induced gut-brain signals attenuate sensitivity to exteroceptive rewards in food but not in sex or financial domains, in healthy men 

      Zhao, Dongxing; Moeini-Jazani, Mehrad; Weltens, Nathalie; van gils, michelle; Tack, Jan; Warlop, Luk; Van Oudenhove, Lukas (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Background: Reward sensitivity can generalize across domains, but evidence for generalization of suppressive reward-related stimulation is sparse, especially in the context of interoceptive nutrient-related stimuli. We ...
    • Subsidiary Capital Structure in Multinational Enterprises: A New Internalization Theory Perspective 

      Rygh, Asmund; Benito, Gabriel R.G. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2023)
      We study subsidiary capital structure as a mechanism of intra-MNE (multinational enterprise) governance from the perspective of “new internalization theory”. We build on the argument from transaction cost theory that equity ...
    • Subsidiary country managers and subsidiary development: Upper echelons and resource-based perspectives 

      Raziq, Muhammad Mustafa; Benito, Gabriel R G; Igoe, Josephine (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      This article examines the relationship between subsidiary country manager-level factors and subsidiary development. As existing research on subsidiaries in multinational enterprises has focused on the organizational level, ...
    • Subsidiary upgrading and global value chain governance in the multinational enterprise 

      Ryan, Paul; Buciuni, Giulio; Giblin, Majella; Andersson, Ulf (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Upgrading and governance in global value chains (GVCs) have been understood mainly through studying the buyer–supplier transaction, where the supplier is typically an independent contractor from a developing economy. Little ...
    • Successful and unsuccessful transitions to the elite level: The youth national team pathways in Norwegian handball 

      Bjørndal, Christian T.; Andersen, Svein S.; Ronglan, Lars T. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      The aim of this study was to explore successful and unsuccessful transitions in Norwegian handball from the youth player level to the adult elite level. The nine youth players in our strategic sample were interviewed ...
    • Supervisor off-work boundary infringements: Perspective-taking as a resource for after-hours intrusions 

      McCartney, Jacob; Franczak, Jennifer; Gonzalez, Katerina; Hall, Angela T.; Hochwarter, Wayne A.; Jordan, Samantha L.; Wikhamn, Wajda; Khan, Abdul Karim; Babalola, Mayowa T. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
      Constant connectivity is prevalent in modern workplaces, aided bysmartphones and email. Supervisors may further pressure theirsubordinates to remain connected to work through their after-hours communications. We develop ...