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  • Institutt for atomenergi og digitaliseringen av norsk aluminiumindustri 

    Nygaard, Pål (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2018)
    På 1960-tallet begynte en gruppe atomforskere å besøke Kristiansand og Øvre Årdal. De komfraInstitutt for atomenergi (IFA, i dag Institutt for energiteknikk (IFE)) på Kjeller, og mente de kunne effektivisere aluminiumsproduksjonen ...
  • Relationship between Maternal and First Year of Life Dispensations of Antibiotics and Antiasthmatics 

    Fossum, Guro Haugen; Lindbæk, Morten; Gjelstad, Svein; Kvaerner, Kari Jorunn (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2018)
    Antibiotics are the most frequent prescription drugs used by pregnant women. Our objective was to investigate if the dispensation of antibiotics and antiasthmatics in children less than 1 year of age is associated with ...
  • Lokale organisasjoner med en nasjonal overbygning. Brannkassene og Samtrygd 1914–1939 

    Espeli, Harald (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2018)
    From the 1890s to World War I, the fire insurance mutuals had insured larger values than their main competitor, the state-owned Norges Brannkasse, in the countryside. In 1922 twenty-three local fire insurance mutuals ...
  • Consumer consciousness in multisensory extended reality 

    Petit, Olivia; Velasco, Carlos; Wang, Qian J; Spence, Charles (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
    The reality-virtuality continuum encompasses a multitude of objects, events and environments ranging from real-world multisensory inputs to interactive multisensory virtual simulators, in which sensory integration can ...
  • HRM work and open innovation: evidence from a case study 

    Remneland Wikhamn, Björn; Styhre, Alexander; Wikhamn, Wajda (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
    This paper proposes a framework for firm use of HRM when engaging in open innovation. Whereas open innovation has gained wide recognition in the innovation management field, as firms open their boundaries to knowledge ...
  • Creating and Protecting paths. Learning in an entrepreneurial state 

    Sogner, Knut (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    This paper discusses how a Norwegian entrepreneurial state has performed over more than seventy years, based on an analysis of state involvement in Kongsberg Våpenfabrikk/the Kongsberg Group from 1945 and to 2015. Mariana ...
  • KAM Disclosure in the Auditor’s Report – A Literature Review 

    Svanstrøm, Tobias; Stenheim, Tonny; Kulset, Ellen Hiorth Marthinsen (Chapter, 2020)
    The requirement of including Key Audit Matters (KAM) is the most significant change made to the auditor’s report in many years. The purpose of KAM is to meet the request from the users of accounting information to include ...
  • The role of MNE subsidiaries in the practice of global business models in transforming economies 

    Ngoasong, Michael Zisuh; Wang, Jinmin; Amdam, Rolv Petter Storvik; Bjarnar, Ove (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    This study provides new insights into the role of subsidiary managers in the practice of global business models of multinational enterprises in transforming economies. Drawing on the global business model literature and ...
  • Age and Vote Choice: Is There a Conservative Shift among Older Voters? 

    Geys, Benny; Heggedal, Tom-Reiel; Sørensen, Rune Jørgen (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
    Ageing is often believed to induce a movement towards the right of the political spectrum. Yet, empirical evidence remains inconclusive due to a dearth of longitudinal datasets covering multiple cohorts. Using eleven ...
  • Who’s Got The Time? Temporary Organising Under Temporal Institutional Complexity 

    Pemsel, Sofia; Söderlund, Jonas (Chapter, 2020)
    This chapter addresses the challenges associated with temporary organising under conditions of institutional complexity. The authors draw on findings from an in-depth case study of a megaproject initiated to reshape ...
  • Logistikkmodellen i nasjonal godstransportmodell 

    Grønland, Stein Erik; Hovi, Inger Beate; Madslien, Anne (Chapter, 2020)
    Nasjonal godstransportmodell er et planleggingsverktøy som er utviklet for å kunne beregne effekten på godstransporten av ulike tiltak som for eksempel endringer i vegsystemer, endringer i jernbaneterminaler eller ...
  • Temporality and the first foreign direct investment 

    Amdam, Rolv Petter Storvik; Benito, Gabriel R.G. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
    This study examines the timing of the first foreign direct investment (FDI). It explores how the conceptualization and, hence, the understanding of time affects our insights into major internationalization decisions in ...
  • Trusted Chief Executives in Convenient White-Collar Crime 

    Gottschalk, Petter (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
    Convenience exists in the financial motive, the organizational opportunity, and the personal willingness for deviant behavior. These three themes can result in 14 convenience propositions as presented in this article. In ...
  • Resisting or facilitating change? How street-level managers’ situational work contributes to the implementation of public reforms 

    Klemsdal, Lars; Andreassen, Tone Alm; Breit, Eric Martin Alexander (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
    Managers of street-level organizations play an important role in the successful implementation of public reforms. A prevailing view within the public administration literature is that this work involves the adaptation ...
  • Horses for courses. The roles of IPE and Global Public Policy in global energy research 

    Sitter, Nick; Goldthau, Andreas (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    Although IPE and GPP overlap conceptionally and empirically, there is a case for keeping GPP and IPE analytically distinct. To simplify: GPP tells us why we need international regimes for energy, while IPE tells us why we ...
  • Eiendomsmeglers plikt og rett til å varsle barnevernet 

    Fjeldheim, Paul Henning (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
    Artikkelen tar for seg eiendomsmeglers plikt og rett til å varsle barnevernet i tilfeller hvor befaring av en eiendom gir opphav til bekymringer knyttet til barns bo- og familieforhold.
  • Are they all equal? Uncovering adopter groups of battery electric vehicles 

    Burs, Lukas; Roemer, Ellen; Worm, Stefan; Masini, Andrea (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    Battery Electric Vehicles are regarded as highly important to reach environmental goals, such as CO2 savings in the transport sector. Despite governments making strong efforts to encourage their adoption and diffusion, ...
  • Turning Consumers into Providers in the Sharing Economy: Exploring the Impact of Demographics and Motives 

    Angelovska, Julijana; Čeh Časni, Anita; Lutz, Christoph (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    The sharing economy is an emerging industry with potential for ensuring sustainable economic growth since it is based on underused resources. The aim of this study is to explore the impact of demographic characteristics ...
  • An earth system model shows self-sustained melting of permafrost even if all man-made GHG emissions stop in 2020 

    Randers, Jørgen; Goluke, Ulrich (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
    The risk of points-of-no-return, which, once surpassed lock the world into new dynamics, have been discussed for decades. Recently, there have been warnings that some of these tipping points are coming closer and are too ...
  • Student life in Covid-19 times - a longitudinal study 

    Wilberg, Erik (Research report, 2021)
    This study is on how business school students at BI Norwegian Business School – campus Bergen have lived and studied through the pandemic of 2020 and 2021. We have surveyed the students twice – the first time in May 2020, ...

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