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    • Offenders or victims? Convenient self-portraits of white-collar criminals in their autobiographies 

      Gottschalk, Petter (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      It is often argued that the guilty mind seems more absent among whitecollar criminals than street criminals. This article presents self-portraits of six White-collar criminals in their autobiographies from Germany, Norway, ...
    • Offshore outsourcing: a dynamic, operation mode perspective 

      Benito, Gabriel R. G.; Dovgan, Olesya; Petersen, Bent; Welch, Lawrence S. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      Based on a case study of the Danish company SimCorp and the development of its operations in Kiev, Ukraine, we analyse offshore outsourcing in a broader, longitudinal foreign operation mode context, and how it may contribute ...
    • Oil and political survival 

      Andersen, Jørgen Juel; Aslaksen, Silje (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      Political economy theories on the natural resource curse predict that natural resource wealth is a determining factor for the length of time political leaderships remain in o¢ ce. Whether resource wealth leads to longer ...
    • Ombygging og kulturminnevern 

      Falkanger, Thorunn (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
    • On Identification and Non-normal Simulation in Ordinal Covariance and Item Response Models 

      Foldnes, Njål; Grønneberg, Steffen (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      A standard approach for handling ordinal data in covariance analysis such as structural equation modeling is to assume that the data were produced by discretizing a multivariate normal vector. Recently, concern has been ...
    • On Operations Research, Ethics and Value Conflicts 

      Wenstøp, Fred; Koppang, Haavard (Journal article, 2009)
      The paper addresses the question of how Operations Research ought to handle decision problems that involve value conflicts. First, we note that early OR was essentially value free with a mechanistic systems perspective, ...
    • On partial-sum processes of ARMAX residuals 

      Grønneberg, Steffen; Holcblat, Benjamin (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      We establish general and versatile results regarding the limit behavior of the partial-sum process of ARMAX residuals. Illustrations include ARMA with seasonal dummies, misspecified ARMAX models with autocorrelated errors, ...
    • On the Application of the Safety-II Concept in a Security Context 

      Steen, Riana (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      This paper presents an alternative and broader security risk perspective, incorporat-ing uncertainty, as a two-dimensional combination of (1) threat (Th) on value (Vl), (2) vulnerability (Vu) given coping capabilities (Cc), ...
    • On the Contribution of International Shocks in Australian Business Cycle Fluctuations 

      Cross, Jamie; Poon, Aubrey (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      What proportion of Australian business cycle fluctuations are caused by international shocks? We address this question by estimating a panel VAR model that has time-varying parameters and a common stochastic volatility ...
    • On the errors committed by sequences of estimator functionals 

      Grønneberg, Steffen; Hjort, Nils Lid (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      Consider a sequence of estimators ˆ n which converges almost surely to 0 as the sample size n tends to infinity. Under weak smoothness conditions, we identify the asymptotic limit of the last time ˆ n is further than " ...
    • On the importance of variability when managing metrology capacity 

      Dauzère-Pérès, Stéphane; Hassoun, Michael (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      In-line quality control is a crucial and increasingly constraining activity, in particular in high technology manufacturing. In this paper, we study a single metrology tool assigned to control the production quality of ...
    • On the integration of early health technology assessment in the innovation process: Reflections from five stakeholders 

      Tummers, Marcia; Kvaerner, Kari Jorunn; Sampietro-Colom, Laura; Siebert, Markus; Krahn, Murray; Melien, Øyvind; Hamerlijnck, Dominique; Abrishami, Payam; Grutters, Janneke (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Early health technology assessment (HTA), which includes all methods used to inform industry and other stakeholders about the potential value of new medical products in development, including methods to quantify and manage ...
    • On the localization of tastes and tasty products in 2D space 

      Velasco, Carlos; Adams, Carmen; Petit, Olivia; Spence, Charles (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      People map different sensory stimuli, and words that describe/refer to those stimuli, onto spatial dimensions in a manner that is non-arbitrary. Here, we evaluate whether people also associate basic taste words and products ...
    • On the multiple effects of packaging colour on consumer behaviour and product experience in the ‘food and beverage’ and ‘home and personal care’ categories 

      Spence, Charles; Velasco, Carlos (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Colour is perhaps the single most important element as far as the design of multisensory product packaging is concerned. It plays a key role in capturing the attention of the shopper in-store. A distinctive colour, or ...
    • On Trojan Horses and revolving doors: Assessing the autonomy of national officials in the European Commission 

      Trondal, Jarle; Murdoch, Zuzana; Geys, Benny (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Abstract. National officials working in international bureaucracies regularly invokes the fear that member-states strategically use such officials for influencing decision-making and agenda-setting to their advantage. ...
    • On- and offshore prepositioning and delivery mechanism for humanitarian relief operations 

      Sharifyazdi, Mehdi; Navangul, Kautsubh Anil; Gharehgozli, Amir; Jahre, Marianne (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Traditionally, international humanitarian organisations have used on-demand dispatch of disaster relief goods from regional logistics units (RLUs) for sudden onset disaster response. This paper investigates the improvements ...
    • Online complaining: understanding the adoption process and the role of individual and situational characteristics 

      Andreassen, Tor W.; Streukens, Sandra (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      Despite the relevance of online customer complaining, little research exists in this area. The purpose of this paper is twofold. First, develop and test a conceptual model to understand customers’ intention to adopt online ...
    • Online serendipity: A contextual differentiation of antecedents and outcomes 

      Lutz, Christoph; Hoffmann, Christian Pieter; Meckel, Miriam (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Critics worry that algorithmic filtering could lead to overly polished, homogeneous web experiences. “Serendipity,” in turn, has been touted as an antidote. Yet, the desirability of serendipity could vary by context, as ...
    • OPECs Market Power: An Empirical Dominant Firm Model for the Oil Market 

      Irarrazabal, Alfonso; Golombek, Rolf; Ma, Lin (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      We estimate a dominant firm-competitive fringe model for the crude oil market using quarterly data on oil prices for the 1986–2016 period. The estimated structural parameters have the expected signs and are significant. ...
    • Operational research virtues in the face of climate change 

      Wenstøp, Søren H.; Wenstøp, Fred (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      This paper argues that the virtue of righteousness sustained by raw emotions can explain the apparent deadlock of the climate change debate, and proposes virtues that are more conducive to consequential action. The ...