• The Role of Privacy Concerns in the Sharing Economy 

      Lutz, Christoph; Hoffmann, Christian Pieter; Bucher, Eliane; Fieseler, Christian (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Internet-mediated sharing is growing quickly. Millions of users around the world share personal services and possessions with others—often complete strangers. Shared goods can amount to substantial financial and immaterial ...
    • The role of project portfolio management in fostering both deliberate and emergent strategy 

      Kopmann, Julian; Kock, Alexander; Killen, Catherine P.; Gemünden, Hans Georg (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Formal strategy processes have been shown to be insufficient in shaping strategy, particularly in turbulent environments. Emerging strategies that constitute independently from deliberate top-down strategy processes are ...
    • The role of projects in shaping businesses capabilities and structure since the 1960s 

      Nygaard, Pål; Erlien, Trond Holmen; Petersen Malonæs, Tine (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
      Project studies have emerged as a thriving subfield of management and organisation research. Central to project studies, is the idea that engaging in projects has long-term effects on businesses capabilities and structure. ...
    • The role of typeface curvilinearity on taste expectations and perception 

      Velasco, Carlos; Hyndman, Sarah; Spence, Charles (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      People associate specific shape properties with basic taste attributes (such as sweet, bitter, and sour). It has been suggested that more preferred visual aesthetic features are matched to sweetness whereas less-preferred ...
    • The roles of deals and business networks in innovation processes 

      Olsen, Per Ingvar; Håkansson, Håkan (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to analyze the roles of deals in innovations processes, based on the definition of a deal as the interaction of social-material value-creating processes with money-handing processes. ...
    • The roles of schema incongruity and expertise in consumers’ wine judgment 

      Lanseng, Even; Sivertsen, Hanne Kristine (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Broadening the present understanding of how expertise moderates the schema-incongruity effect (i.e., the notion that a product moderately incongruent with the schema evoked for it in memory is associated with a comparatively ...
    • The shapes associated with the concept of ‘sweet and sour’ foods 

      Velasco, Carlos; Beh, Eric J.; Le, Tiffany; Marmolejo-Ramos, Fernando (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Research on taste-shape correspondences has focused on one-to-one taste/shape matching tasks. However, foods and drinks tend to involve multiple shapes (or shape attributes) and tastes that co-occur at different moments ...
    • The shift of Accounting Models and Accounting Quality: The case of Norwegian GAAP 

      Stenheim, Tonny; Madsen, Dag Øivind (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      This paper investigates the change in accounting quality w hen firms shift from a revenue - oriented historical cost accounting regime as Norwegian GAAP (NGAAP) to a balance - oriented fair value accounting regime as ...
    • The spatial context of organizations: Critique of creative workspaces’ 

      De Paoli, Donatella; Sauer, Erika; Ropo, Arja (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      This paper examines office design as a spatial context of organizations. Organizations increasingly invest in designing workspaces to support employee creativity, foster company innovation and communicate a positive company ...
    • The status quo of evaluation in public diplomacy: insights from the US State Department 

      Sommerfeldt, Erich; Buhmann, Alexander (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Purpose In recent years, expectations for demonstrating the impact of public diplomacy programs have dramatically increased. Despite increased calls for enhanced monitoring and evaluation, what texts exist on the subject ...
    • The taste of typefaces in different countries and languages 

      Velasco, Carlos; Woods, Andy T.; Wan, Xiaoang; Salgado-Montejo, Alejandro; Bernal-Torres, Cesar; Cheok, Adrian David; Spence, Charles (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      People associate tastes and taste words (e.g., “bitter,” “sweet,” etc.) with shape features in predictable ways. In the present study, we evaluate how the curvature and boldness of typeface influences the gustatory taste ...
    • The Triggers and Consequences of Audit Team Stress: Qualitative evidence from engagement teams 

      Annelin, Alice; Svanstrøm, Tobias (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      This study investigates audit team stress, its triggers and consequences to providequalitative evidence about what audit team stress is and how its triggers and conse-quences can influence team stress and audit quality. ...
    • The use of electrodermal activity (EDA) measurement to understand consumer emotions – A literature review and a call for action 

      Caruelle, Delphine; Gustafsson, Anders; Shams, Poja; Lervik-Olsen, Line (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Electrodermal activity (EDA) is a psychophysiological indicator of emotional arousal. EDA measurement was first employed in consumer research in 1979 but has been scarcely used since. In the past decade, the ease of access ...
    • The Value Relevance of Alternative Performance Measures: Evidence from the Oslo Stock Exchange 

      Stenheim, Tonny; Beckman, Anna Natalia; Valltoft Olsen, Cathrine; Madsen, Dag Øivind (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Companies disclose alternative performance measures (APMs), either to provide useful information to the market, or strategically in order to mislead the market. Using traditional price and return regressions, this study ...
    • The way I see you. Implicit followership theories explored through the lens of attachment 

      Thompson, Per-Magnus Moe; Glasø, Lars; Matthiesen, Stig Berge (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Building on Bowlby’s (1969/1982) attachment theory, the present study examines the relationship between leaders’ attachment style, mirroring their relational experiences with significant others, and implicit followership ...
    • Theory of convenience: Determinants of white-collar crime intention 

      Gottschalk, Petter (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Crime intentions are an important area of research in criminology. Yet substitutes for real intentions have to be applied since respondents will be reluctant to tell truthfully of their tendency to commit a crime. In this ...
    • Throttling hyperactive robots: Order-to-trade ratios at the Oslo Stock Exchange 

      Jørgensen, Kjell; Skjeltorp, Johannes A.; Ødegaard, Bernt Arne (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      We investigate the effects of introducing a fee on excessive order-to-trade ratios (OTRs) on market quality at the Oslo Stock Exchange (OSE). We find that traders reacted to the regulation as measured OTRs fell. However, ...
    • Time for a Nordic business history initiative? 

      Ekberg, Espen; Iversen, Martin Jes (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      The current state of Nordic business history is by certain estimates better than ever. Nordic business historians publish extensively in leading international journals and have a strong presence at international business ...
    • Time Well Wasted? Online Procrastination During Times of Unemployment 

      Müller, Severina; Fieseler, Christian; Meckel, Miriam; Suphan, Anne (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      This article examines the argument regarding whether perceived social exclusion during unemployment leads to procrastination through online media, which in turn lessens the job search efforts of the unemployed. Based on ...
    • Timing is everything: Onset timing moderates the crossmodal influence of background sound on taste perception 

      Wang, Qian Janice; Spence, Charles; Knöferle, Klemens (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Recent evidence demonstrates that the presentation of crossmodally corresponding auditory stimuli can modulate the taste and hedonic evaluation of various foods (an effect often called “sonic seasoning”). To further ...