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  • Hvordan bidrar investeringer i helse og utdanning til humankapitalen? 

    Helle, Kristiane (Bachelor thesis, 2021)
    Oppgaven innledes med en kort innføring i noen av de overordnede samfunnsmessige utfordringene Norge står ovenfor i tiden som kommer. Deretter flyttes fokus mot humankapitalen, og hvordan investeringer i mennesker, helse ...
  • Koronakrisen og kultursektoren: endringer i aktivitet i mars og april 2020 

    Grünfeld, Leo A.; Gran, Anne-Britt; Westberg, Nina Buvik; Stokke, Ole Magnus; Guldvik, Maria Køber; Scheffer, Marian; Gaustad, Terje; Booth, Peter (Research report, 2020)
    Spredningen av Covid19 i befolkningen i Norge og andre land har ført til at etterspørselen etter tjenester som krever fysiske møter mellom folk har nærmest kollapset i løpet av få dager i midten av mars 2020. Markedet for ...
  • Better together? The neural response to moral dilemmas is moderated by the presence of a close other. 

    van Gils, Suzanne; Otto, Tobias; Dinartika, Niken L (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
    We investigated the modulation of neural and behavioral responses to moral dilemmas by the physical presence of a close friend. We argue that the presence of a close other not only changes the moral response but also the ...
  • The (non)use of likes, comments and shares of news in local online newspapers 

    Solvoll, Mona K; Larsson, Anders Olof (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
    This paper utilizes a nationally representative survey to gauge the ways in which media users engage with their local newspapers by using features that allow for sharing, liking, and commenting. The main results indicate ...
  • Ability, Demographic and Personality Predictors of Work Success 

    Furnham, Adrian (Journal article, 2020)
    794 working people aged around 30 years completed three intelligence (Ravens Progressive matrices: GMA Numerical and GMA Verbal) and one personality test (16PF) before entering jobs in public service. They were all graduates ...
  • Kultursektorens økonomi i Norge 2018 

    Westberg, Nina Buvik; Guldvik, Maria Køber; Erraia, Jonas; Gaustad, Terje; Gran, Anne-Britt (Research report, 2020)
    Menon Economics og BI:CCI har på oppdrag fra Kulturrådet gjennomført en kartlegging av kultursektorens økonomiske aktivitet for året 2018. Kultursektoren er her avgrenset til bransjene musikk, bok, kunst, scenekunst og ...
  • Chopping and Changing: Demographic, Bright and Dark Side Trait Correlates of Job Changes 

    Furnham, Adrian (Journal article, 2020)
    The aim of this study was to explore personality correlates of those who frequently change, as opposed to remain for longer periods, in their jobs. Over 6000 adult managers (Mean Age 43.83 years) attending an assessment ...
  • Some Consequences of Vulnerability in Consumers' Life 

    Stagno, Emanuela (Series of Dissertations;07/2021, Doctoral thesis, 2021)
    Under the label of consumer vulnerability, researchers have included a variety of studies that focus on consumers who face challenging situations in the marketplace because of consumers’ individual characteristics (e.g., ...
  • Hvordan påvirker grønn markedsføring forbrukeres kjøpsintensjon for bærekraftige klær? 

    Paulsen, Eva; Hauge, Irene olaussen (Bachelor thesis, 2021)
    I denne bacheloroppgaven skal vi løse problemstillingen «hvordan påvirker grønn markedsføring forbrukernes kjøpsintensjon for bærekraftige klær?». Analyseformålet for vår undersøkelse er å avdekke hva som skal til for ...
  • Lansering av sukkerfri sjokolade - Nidar 

    Eriksen, Erik André; Omar, Najma (Bachelor thesis, 2021)
    Det finnes et marked for sukkerfritt godteri i utlandet, mens i Norge er dette svært dårlig utnyttet. Det kan være risikabelt for en godteriprodusent å tilby sukkerfri sjokolade som et av sine produkter, da en sukkerfri ...
  • The Price Responsiveness of Shale Producers: Evidence From Micro Data 

    Aastveit, Knut Are; Bjørnland, Hilde C.; Gundersen, Thomas S. (CAMP Working Paper Series;05/2021, Working paper, 2021-09-11)
    Shale oil producers respond positively and significantly to favourable oil price signals. This finding is established using a novel proprietary data set consisting of more than 200,000 shale wells across ten U.S. states ...
  • Kvinnelige topplederes forklaringer på manglendelikestilling på toppen av næringslivet 

    Sunagic, Mirha; Traavik, Laura E. Mercer (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
    Denne studien tar utgangspunkt i det norske likestillingsparadokset: Norge omtales ofte som en global leder på likestillingsfronten, samtidig som antallet kvinner i topplederstillinger er påfallende lavt. Det står ...
  • A Review of Formal and Informal Regulations in the Nordic Influencer Industry 

    Abidin, Crystal; Hansen, Kjeld S.; Mathilde, Hogsnes; Newlands, Gemma Elisabeth Marjorie; Nielsen, Mette Lykke; Nielsen, Louise Yung; Sihvonen, Tanja (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    This article provides a systematic review of laws, guidelines, and best practices related to the Nordic influencer industry as of the year 2020. We highlight some nuanced differences or shortfalls across Denmark, Finland, ...
  • Investigating the Emerging COVID-19 Research Trends in the Field of Business and Management: A Bibliometric Analysis Approach 

    Verma, Surabhi; Gustafsson, Anders (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
    The COVID-19 pandemic has been labeled as a black swan event that caused a ripple effect on every aspect of human life. Despite the short time span of the pandemic—only four and half months so far—a rather large volume of ...
  • The effects of noise control in coffee tasting experiences 

    Bravo-Moncayo, Luis; Reinoso-Carvalho, Felipe; Velasco, Carlos (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
    The present research investigates the general effect of auditory noise control in individual’s eating and drinking experiences. In particular, the study applied passive vs active commercial headphone noise control techniques ...
  • Do central banks respond to exchange rate movements? A Markov-switching structural investigation of commodity exporters and importers 

    Alstadheim, Ragna; Bjørnland, Hilde C; Maih, Junior (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    We analyse whether central banks in small open commodity exporting and importing countries respond to exchange rate movements, taking into consideration that there may be structural changes in parameters and volatility. ...
  • Supply flexibility in the shale patch: Evidence from North Dakota 

    Bjørnland, Hilde C.; Nordvik, Frode Martin; Rohrer, Maximilian (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    This paper provides new results to the literature, showing that output flexibility in oil production depends on the extraction technology. In particular, constructing a novel well-level monthly production dataset covering ...
  • Fees, Reputation and Information Production in the Credit Rating Industry 

    Bizzotto, Jacopo; Vigier, Adrien Henri (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
    We compare a credit rating agency's incentives to acquire costly information when it is only paid for giving favorable ratings to the corresponding incentives when the agency is paid up-front, i.e., irrespective of the ...
  • Understanding the relationship people in their early adulthood have to small-town news and paywalls 

    Olsen, Ragnhild Kristine (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
    Within the context of a high-choice, digital media environment, this study explores how people in their early adulthood perceive the value of news from the small town where they reside and their attitude towards paying for ...
  • When Midway Won’t Do: The Curvilinear Relationship Between Intrinsic Motivation and Willingness to be Flexible 

    Solberg, Elizabeth; Lai, Linda; Dysvik, Anders (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    Purpose Intrinsic motivation is held as critical for employees' willingness to be flexible (WTBF). Yet empirical research suggests that employees who find work intrinsically satisfying could resist work changes. In this ...

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