• White-Collar Crime Defense Strategies 

      Gottschalk, Petter (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      The article considers three specific strategies applied by white-collar crime attorneys can be identified. First, substance defense strategy is concerned with when and how an attorney decides to defend the client in a ...
    • White-collar crime in cyber time: the role of opportunity in committing financial crime online 

      Karvonen, Maria; Fedina, Alla (Master thesis, 2018)
      The advent and expansion of Internet-enabled technology made likely the accomplishment of remarkable improvements in research, expertise, and communication. Unfortunately, computers and the Internet have furthermore supplied ...
    • White-collar crime lawyers: the case of Transocean in court 

      Gottschalk, Petter (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      White-collar criminals are persons of respectability and high social status, who commit financial crime in the course of their occupation. In a national sample of 305 convicted criminals, the average age was 48 years old, ...
    • White-Collar Crime Triangle: Finance, Organization and Behavior 

      Gottschalk, Petter (Journal article, 2017)
      White-collar crime is committed by members of the elite in society in their privileged roles in professional settings. White-collar crime can be explained by convenience theory, which suggests that crime occurs when there ...
    • White-collar crime: Detection and neutralization in religious organizations 

      Gottschalk, Petter (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Policing religious organizations presents challenging situations. When there is suspicion of financial crime by white-collar criminals, secrecy and trust represent obstacles to law enforcement. This article discusses the ...
    • White-Collar Criminals in Modern Management 

      Gottschalk, Petter (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      Criminal behavior among executives is a complicated challenge in human resource management. Based on a sample of 305 convicted white-collar criminals in Norway, four groups of criminals are discussed in this paper: ...
    • Who Acquires Information in Dealer Markets? 

      Rudiger, Jesper; Vigier, Adrien Henri (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      We study information acquisition in dealer markets. We first identify a one-sided strategic complementarity in information acquisition: the more informed traders are, the larger market makers' gain from becoming informed. ...
    • Who dies early? Education, mortality and causes of death in Norway 

      Grytten, Jostein Ivar; Skau, Irene; Sørensen, Rune Jørgen (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      We estimated the effects of education on mortality and causes of death in Norway. We identified causal effects by exploiting the staggered implementation of a school reform that increased the length of compulsory education ...
    • Who enforces whom? The political economy of the EMU fiscal discipline 

      Campanella, Miriam (CME Working paper series;3/2000, Working paper, 2000)
    • Who resorts to sarcasm at work : A study on power, gender and personality 

      Dobrev, Daniel; Abrahamsen, Didrik (Master thesis, 2017)
      The current study investigates if power enhances the inclination to use sarcastic irony in a hypothetical work setting. In addition to gender, trait dominance is included as a potential moderator. Results suggest that ...
    • Who Should Pick up the Bill? Distributing the Financial Burden of Technological Innovations in Schools 

      Geys, Benny; Hassan, Mamdouh (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      Technological innovations in classrooms generally come with substantial financial price tags. Although the distribution of such financial costs is of critical importance to practitioners, (potential) users, and policy-makers, ...
    • Who Trusts Social Media? 

      Warner-Søderholm, Gillian; Bertsch, Andy; Sawe, Everlyn; Lee, Dwight; Wolfe, Trina; Meyer, Josh; Engel, Josh; Fatilua, Uepati Normann (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Trust is the foundation of all communication, yet a profound question in business today is how can we psychologically understand trust behaviors in our new digital landscape? Earlier studies in internet and human behavior ...
    • 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 ...
    • Who’s got the time? Temporary organizing under temporal institutional complexity 

      Pemsel, Sofia; Söderlund, Jonas (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 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 ...
    • Why and how motives (still) matter 

      Benito, Gabriel R. G. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Purpose – The article provides a discussion of the relevance of motives for companies’ internationalization. Design/methodology/approach – Conceptual discussion building on established classifications of motives of ...
    • Why are consumers less loss averse in internal than external reference prices? 

      van Oest, Rutger D. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      The literature has produced mixed support for loss aversion in a reference price context and the outcome may depend on the type of reference price. One extant study has reported empirical evidence that consumers are less ...
    • Why Do Boards Exist? Governance in the Absence of Corporate Law 

      Burkart, Mike; Miglietta, Salvatore; Østergaard, Charlotte (CCGR Working Paper;1/2017, Working paper, 2017)
      We study how owners trade off the costs and benefits of establishing a board in a historical setting, where boards are optional and authority over corporate decisions can be freely allocated across the general meeting, the ...
    • Why do companies go public at MTFs? An empirical analysis of the Swedish market 

      Kjeverud, Stian (Master thesis, 2017)
      This thesis sets out to highlight the motivations to list at a multilateral trading facility rather than a regulated market. I use a sample of Swedish companies going public between 2007 and 2013 to document the difference ...
    • Why do employees speak up? Examining the roles of LMX, perceived risk and perceived leader power in predicting voice behavior 

      Duan, Jinyun; Lapointe, Émilie; Xu, Yue; Sarah, Brooks (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      The purpose of this paper is to understand better why employees voice. Drawing on social information processing theory and insights derived from the literature on power, the authors suggest that leader–member exchange (LMX) ...
    • Why do parties fail? Cleavages, government fatigue and electoral failure in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary 1992–2012 

      Bakke, Elisabeth; Sitter, Nick (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      During the first two decades after the collapse of communism 37 political parties won representation in the Czech, Slovak or Hungarian Parliaments. By 2012, 22 of these parties had failed in the sense that they have fallen ...