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    • Big Data and Automation in Strategic Communication 

      Wiesenberg, Markus; Zerfass, Ansgar; Moreno, Angeles (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Big data and automation pose huge challenges for strategic communication. This article contributes to the limited body of knowledge in the field by introducing the concepts, outlining opportunities and potential problems, ...
    • The Big-Five personality factors, mental health, and social-demographic indicators as independent predictors of gratification delay 

      Furnham, Adrian; Cheng, Helen (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      This paper reports on a study testing over 12,000 adults. We were interested in the correlates of gratification delay (GD) (as criterion variable) with gender, age, education and occupation, the Big-Five personality factors, ...
    • Biofuel policy and industrial transition? A Nordic perspective 

      Midttun, Atle; Næss, Knut Myrum; Piccini, Proadpran Boonprasurd (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      The article explores the interplay between policy, technological innovation and market dynamics. It highlights the challenges of combining biofuel policies for ‘greening’ transport with reviving the Nordic forestry industry. ...
    • Body acceptance by others: Refinement of the construct, and development and psychometric evaluation of a revised measure – The Body Acceptance by Others Scale-2 

      Swami, Viren; Todd, Jennifer; Stieger, Stefan; Furnham, Adrian; Horne, George; Tylka, Tracy L. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      The Body Acceptance by Others Scale (BAOS) measures the degree to which individuals perceive body acceptance by others, but its factor structure is questionable. Here, we developed a revision of the BAOS (i.e., the BAOS-2) ...
    • 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 ...
    • The Borderline Between Legitimate and Unfair Copying of Products – A Unified Scandinavian Approach? 

      Viken, Monica (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Freedom of imitation, outside the boundaries of intellectual property protection, can be considered as a prerequisite for free competition in a free market economy. The rules on unfair competition should therefore not serve ...
    • Boundary management preferences from a gender and cross-cultural perspective 

      Allen, Tammy D.; Beham, Barbara; Ollier-Malaterre, Ariane; Baierl, Andreas; Alexandrova, Matilda; Artiawati, T.; Beauregard, 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 (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2023)
      Although work is increasingly globalized and mediated by technology, little research has accumulated on the role of culture in shaping individuals' preferences regarding the segmentation or integration of their work and ...
    • Boundary Work among Groups, Occupations, and Organizations: From Cartography to Process 

      Langley, Ann; Lindberg, Kajsa; Mørk, Bjørn Erik; Nicolini, Davide; Raviola, Elena; Walter, Lars (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      This article reviews scholarship dealing with the notion of “boundary work,” defined as purposeful individual and collective effort to influence the social, symbolic, material, or temporal boundaries, demarcations; and ...
    • Boundary Work among Groups, Occupations, and Organizations: From Cartography to Process 

      Langley, Ann; Lindberg, Kajsa; Mørk, Bjørn Erik; Nicolini, Davide; raviola, elena; Walter, Lars (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      This article reviews scholarship dealing with the notion of “boundary work,” defined as purposeful individual and collective effort to influence the social, symbolic, material, or temporal boundaries, demarcations; and ...
    • Boundaryless careers in the gig economy: An oxymoron? 

      Kost, Dominique; Fieseler, Christian; Wong, Sut I (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Advocates of the boundaryless career perspective have relied to a great extent on the assumption that actors take responsibility for their own career development and that they consequently take charge of developing their ...
    • BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Claim Investigated by Special Master Freeh: A Case for Application of Convenience Theory to White-Collar Misconduct 

      Gottschalk, Petter (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      After an oil spill in the Gulf, British Petroleum had to compensate victims of the accident. The total compensation was $11 billion. As suggested by the theory of convenience, a financial motive, an organizational ...
    • Brand extension similarity can backfire when you look for something specific 

      Dimitriu, Radu; Warlop, Luk; Samuelsen, Bendik Meling (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Purpose The purpose of this paper is to show that high similarity between a parent brand and an extension category can have a detrimental effect on how a brand extension is perceived to perform on specific attributes. This ...
    • Breaking Even: Political Economy and Private Enterprise in the Norwegian Glass Industry, 1739-1803 

      Amdam, Rolv Petter Storvik; Fredona, Robert; Reinert, Sophus (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Using internal debates and surviving account books, this article traces the eighteenth-century history of the Norwegian glass industry, created to exploit Norway’s immense natural resource wealth, and of the chartered ...
    • Breast size dissatisfaction, but not body dissatisfaction, is associated with breast self-examination frequency and breast change detection in British women 

      Swami, Viren; Furnham, Adrian (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Studies examining associations between body image and breast self-examination (BSE) have returned mixed findings, but this may be a function of focusing on global body image. Here, we examined the impact of breast size ...
    • Bright and Dark-Side Traits Associated With Interests in Commerce vs Science: Different Personality Profiles of the Scientist-Practitioner 

      Furnham, Adrian; Treglown, Luke (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      This study focused on the idea that there are predictable differences between those individuals who opt for Scientific rather than the Commerce/Practitioner jobs and consulting assignments. A total of 2278 adults from a ...
    • Bringing corporate governance into internalization theory: State ownership and foreign entry strategies 

      Grøgaard, Birgitte; Rygh, Asmund; Benito, Gabriel R G (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      We use internalization theory to analyze the establishment and entry mode decisions of state-owned (SOE) and privately owned (POE) enterprises. We enrich internalization theory by building on insights from economic theory ...
    • Bruk av ikke-finansiell prestasjonsmåling i norske produksjonsbedrifter 

      Frydenlund, Jonas; Madsen, Dag Øivind; Stenheim, Tonny; Grønseth, Bjørn Ove (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      I de senere årene har prestasjonsmåling kommet i fokus, og særlig ikke-finansielle nøkkeltall og såkalt balansert målstyring har blitt stadig viktigere. I denne studien ser vi nærmere på bruk av ikke-finansiell prestasjonsmåling ...
    • 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 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, ...