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  • Economic recessions and decarbonisation: analysing greenstimulus spending in Canada and the US 

    Tørstad, Vegard Heggelund; Nahm, Jonas; Hovi, Jon; Skodvin, Tora; Dietrichson, Gard Olav (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2023)
    Existing research has demonstrated that government policies often prioritise growth over climate during economic downturns. Yet government stimulus spending during economic downturns also offers an opportunity for ...
  • Transforming challenges into opportunities: Exploring the influence of authentic leadership dimensions on employee resilience within Norwegian innovative firms 

    Nilsen, Martine Kogstad; Ngyuen, Vy Hoang (Master thesis, 2023)
    In today’s constantly changing and unpredictable business environment, organizations and employees are required to show resilient behaviors. While there is emerging research on leadership styles and employee resilience, ...
  • Sykehus i nettverk – samarbeid og kompetanseutvikling i offentlig sektor 

    Sollie, Mari Havdal; Frigstad, Svein Oskar; Stjernholm, Elin (Master thesis, 2021)
    Bærum Sykehus har opparbeidet solid kompetanse innen screening for tarmkreft ved at de har ledet et pilotprosjekt siden 2012. Det er besluttet at det skal innføres et nasjonalt screeningprogram for tarmkreft. Problemstillingen ...
  • Laboratory safety and research productivity 

    Galasso, Alberto; Luo, Hong; Zhu, Brooklynn (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2023)
    Are laboratory safety practices a tax on scientific productivity? We examine this question by exploiting the substantial increase in safety regulations at the University of California following the shocking death of a ...
  • The Gender Investment Gap over the Life-Cycle 

    Bacher, Annika (HOFIMAR Working Paper Series;3/2023, Working paper, 2023)
    Single women hold less risky financial portfolios than single men. This paper analyzes the determinants of the “gender investment gap” based on a structural life-cycle framework. The model is able to rationalize the ...
  • The leverage-liquidity trade-of mortgage regulation 

    Aastveit, Knut Are; Enger Juelsrud, Ragnar; Getz Wold, Ella (HOFIMAR Working Paper Series;4/2023, Working paper, 2023)
    We evaluate the impact of loan-to-value restrictions on household financial vulnerability. Using Norwegian tax data, we first document a beneficial leverage effect, in which households respond to the regulation by reducing ...
  • How Does Monetary Policy Affect Household Indebtedness? 

    Fagereng, Andreas; Gulbrandsen, Magnus A. H.; Holm, Martin B.; Natvik, Gisle J. (HOFIMAR Working Paper Series;5/2023, Working paper, 2023)
    Growth in household debt-to-income ratios can be attributed to nominal debt changes or mechanical “Fisher effects” from interest income and expenses, real income growth, and inflation. With microdata covering the universe ...
  • Why Are the Wealthiest So Wealthy? A Longitudinal Empirical Investigation 

    Ozkan, Serdar; Hubmer, Joachim; Salgado, Sergio; Halvorsen, Elin (HOFIMAR Working Paper Series;7/2023, Working paper, 2023)
    We use Norwegian administrative panel data on wealth and income between 1993 and 2015 to study lifecycle wealth dynamics, focusing on the wealthiest households. On average, the wealthiest start their lives substantially ...
  • Asset-Price Redistribution 

    Fagereng, Andreas; Gomez, Matthieu; Gouin-Bonenfant, Emilien; Holm, Martin; Moll, Benjamin; Natvik, Gisle (HOFIMAR Working Paper Series;2/2023, Working paper, 2023)
    Over the last several decades, there has been a large increase in asset valuations across many asset classes. These rising valuations had important effects on the distribution of wealth. However, little is known regarding ...
  • The Finance Uncertainty Multiplier 

    Alfaro, Iván; Bloom, Nicholas; Lin, Xiaoji (HOFIMAR Working Paper Series; 1/2023, Working paper, 2023)
    We show how real and financial frictions amplify, prolong and propagate the negative impact of uncertainty shocks. We first use a novel instrumentation strategy to address endogeneity in estimating the impact of uncertainty ...
  • The importance of unemployment risk for individual savings 

    Juelsrud, Ragnar E.; Getz Wold, Ella (HOFIMAR Working Paper Series;6/2023, Working paper, 2023)
    In this paper we use a novel natural experiment and Norwegian tax data to quantify the causal impact of unemployment risk on individual savings. We show theoretically that higher unemployment risk increases liquid savings ...
  • Locally robust inference for non-Gaussian linear simultaneous equations models 

    Lee, Adam; Mesters, Geert (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2024)
    All parameters in linear simultaneous equations models can be identified (up to permutation and sign) if the underlying structural shocks are independent and at most one of them is Gaussian. Unfortunately, existing inference ...
  • Dealing with high-risk environments: Institutional-based tools to reduce political risk costs 

    Adarkwah, Gilbert Kofi; Benito, Gabriel R G (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2023)
    The international business (IB) literature on political risk mitigation has assigned explanatory preeminence to the organizational capabilities of multinational corporations (MNCs). The literature has assumed that political ...
  • Covid-19 blant gjestearbeidere i Norge 

    Hunting, Martin Henrik; Hjort, Ingrid; Gjefsen, Hege Marie (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
    Gjestearbeidere i Norge er en gruppe vi har lite kunnskap om, til tross for at de i perioder av et normalår utgjør nesten 4 % av alle sysselsatte. Under pandemien har denne gruppen vært gjenstand for kraftige smitteverntiltak, ...
  • Product forms and price transmission in major European salmon markets 

    Straume, Hans-Martin; Asche, Frank; Landazuri-Tveteraas, Ursula; Misund, Bård; Pettersen, Ingrid Kristine; Zhang, Dengjun (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2023)
    Product development is often an important component in increasing demand for successful aquaculture species. However, this topic has not received much attention due to limited data availability. In this paper, we investigate ...
  • Trying too hard or not hard enough: How effort shapes status 

    Warren, Nathan; Warren, Caleb (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2023)
    Is trying to earn status effective or self-defeating? We show that whether effort increases or decreases admiration and respect (i.e., status) depends on how the person is trying to earn status. Groups evaluate people along ...
  • Investigating the Measurement Invariance of the Caregiver-Teacher Report Form (C-TRF) Factors in a Norwegian Early Childhood Education and Care Context 

    Stensen, Kenneth; Lydersen, Stian; Ranøyen, Ingunn; Lekhal, Ratib; Drugli, May Britt; Buøen, Elisabet Solheim (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2023)
    The Caregiver-Teacher Report Form (C-TRF) is an instrument frequently used by researchers and clinicians to assess psychopathology in preschool children based on information from early childhood education and care ...
  • The impact of interorganizational collaboration on the viability of disaster response operations: The Gjerdrum landslide in Norway 

    Steen, Riana; Roud, Ensieh; Mikkelrud Torp, Trude; Hansen, Thor-Arild (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2024)
    This study investigates the interorganizational collaboration among agencies that responded to a landslide in Gjerdrum, Norway in 2020. It focuses on the crucial role of communication, coordination, cooperation, and knowledge ...
  • Extending the range of bugs that automated program repair can handle 

    Al-Bataineh, Omar; Moonen, Leon; Vidziunas, Linas (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2023)
    Modern automated program repair (APR) is well-tuned to finding and repairing bugs that introduce observable erroneous behavior to a program. However, a significant class of bugs does not lead to observable behavior (e.g., ...
  • Subsidiary Capital Structure in Multinational Enterprises: A New Internalization Theory Perspective 

    Rygh, Asmund; Benito, Gabriel R.G. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2023)
    We study subsidiary capital structure as a mechanism of intra-MNE (multinational enterprise) governance from the perspective of “new internalization theory”. We build on the argument from transaction cost theory that equity ...

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