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    • Goal orientation: A review of the miles traveled and the miles to go 

      Vandewalle, Don; Nerstad, Christina G. L.; Dysvik, Anders (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Goal orientation, a theory that originated primarily in the educational and social psychology fields, has emerged in the past two decades as a prominent theory in organizational psychology and organizational behavior. We ...
    • God regnskapsskikk erstattes med rettslig bindende regnskapsstandarder 

      Stenheim, Tonny; Madsen, Dag Øivind (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      Det arbeides nå med ny regnskapslov i Norge. Første av to delutredninger ble overlevert Finansdepartementet i juni 2015 og presenterer forslag til ny regnskapslov. Et sentralt forslag er at den rettslige standarden god ...
    • Going to great lengths in the pursuit of luxury: How longer brand names can enhance the luxury perception of a brand 

      Pathak, Abhishek; Velasco, Carlos; Petit, Olivia; Calvert, Gemma (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Brand names are a crucial part of the brand equity and marketing strategy of any company. Research suggests that companies spend considerable time and money to create suitable names for their brands and products. This paper ...
    • Goodwill impairment losses, economic impairment, earnings management and corporate governance 

      Stenheim, Tonny; Madsen, Dag Øivind (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2016)
      This paper investigates the association between goodwill impairment losses and proxies of economic impairment, earnings management incentives and corporate governance mechanisms. The results demonstrate significant ...
    • Governance and Ethics in Temporary Organizations: The Mediating Role of Corporate Governance 

      Müller, Ralf; Turner, Rodney J.; Andersen, Erling S.; Shao, Jingting; Kvalnes, Øyvind (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      The impact of multilevel level governance on the frequency of ethical issues in temporary organizations (TOs) is investigated. A structural equation model, based on a global survey, showed that behavior control, as a ...
    • Governance and governmentality in projects: Profiles and relationships with success 

      Müller, Ralf; Zhai, Li; Wang, Anyu (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      This study investigates the role of governance and governmentality in project and organizational success. Results from 121 responses to a worldwide survey provided for profiling of different governance and governmentality ...
    • Governance costs in foreign direct investments: a MNC headquarters challenge 

      Tomassen, Sverre; Benito, Gabriel R. G.; Lunnan, Randi (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      According to transaction cost and internalization theories of multinational enterprises, companies make foreign direct investments (FDI) when the combined costs of operations and governance are lower for FDI than for market ...
    • Governance structure and firm performance in private family firms 

      Che, Limei; Langli, John Christian (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Although a large proportion of firms are family owned and most family firms are private, our understanding of private family firms is limited. Using confidential information on family relationship between board members, ...
    • Governance, governmentality and project performance: The role of sovereignty 

      Müller, Ralf Josef (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Considerable confusion prevails in the mutual positioning and relationship of concepts like management, leadership, governance and governmentality in projects. This article first develops a framework to distinguish these ...
    • Governing strategy and knowledge: tools and methodologies 

      Bagnoli, Carlo; Roberts, Hanno (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
    • The great game of business: Advancing knowledge on gamification in business contexts 

      Wünderlich, Nancy V.; Gustafsson, Anders; Hamari, Juho; Parvinen, Petri; Haff, André (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Gamification is a rather significant trend in recent years. It builds on the emotional and involving qualities of gaming but may not entail a full-fledged game. Gamification exists in a large number of industries; retail, ...
    • Green Innovation in Recycling, - A Preliminary Analysis of Reversed Logistics in Norway. 

      Flygansvær, Bente Merete; Dahlstrøm, Robert; Nygaard, Arne (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2018)
      Abstract There has been an exponential growth of new electronic products in the global consumer market. New electronic consumer products generate a growing need for new methods, processes and entrepreneurship in recycling. ...
    • Green innovation value chain analysis of PV solar power 

      Olson, Erik L. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      Governments around the world have employed a variety of generous subsidies to help promote and develop clean energy technologies in the hope that they will widely replace dirtier carbon-based power sources. Unfortunately ...
    • Green innovation value chain frame of comparisons: market and public policy implications 

      Olson, Erik L. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      The green innovation value-chain (GIVC) is a framework that compares the relative attractiveness of a green technology with conventional competitors(s) along stakeholder links representing the manufacturer, distributor, ...
    • Greenhouse gas emissions per unit of value a corporate guide to voluntary climate action 

      Randers, Jørgen (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      How much must I reduce my greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions if I want to do my fair share to contribute towards the global effort to keep global warming below a 2 °C rise in average temperature over preindustrial times? This ...
    • Group lending with endogenous group size 

      Bourjade, Sylvain; Schindele, Ibolya (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      This paper focuses on the size of the borrower group in group lending. We show that, when social ties in a community enhance borrowers incentives to exert e¤ort, a pro t-maximizing nancier chooses a group of limited ...
    • Grønn vekst i Norge mot 2050 

      Randers, Jørgen (Journal article, 2019)
      Det er ikke én som må gjøre alt. Alle må gjøre litt. Individuelle initiativ er ikke nok. Her kreves kollektiv respons. Her er det ikke nok å gjøre sitt beste. Her må man gjøre det som trengs.
    • Guanxi, structural hole and closure 

      Reve, Torger; Lu, Ren (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      Purpose — Understanding China’s economic success requires insights into its peculiar guanxi-based market. Many scholars are confused how to apply western network theories to the Chinese guanxi-based market. This paper ...
    • Har fravalg av revisor ført til dårligere finansieringsvilkår? 

      Langli, John Christian; Che, Limei (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      En rekke aksjeselskaper (ASer) valgte bort revisor i 2011. Dersom fravalget av revisor påvirket bankenes eller kreditorenes risikovurdering, er det rimelig å forvente at selskapene som valgte bort revisor vil få høyere ...
    • Håndtering av kundeklager 

      van Oest, Rutger D.; Knox, George (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Når kunden klager, er det ikke bare negativt – klagen kan også betraktes som en nyttig tilbakemelding som gir bedriften mulighet til å holde på den misfornøyde kunden. Men hva er den økonomiske verdien av god oppfølging ...