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    • When Should Organizations Outsource Problem-Solving? Balancing Functional and Technical Requirement Specifications in Public Procurement. 

      Stepanova, Anna (Series of Dissertations;, Doctoral thesis, 2024)
      Interorganizational interactions between firms are often centered around problem-solving efforts. The ability to efficiently solve problems can facilitate organizations’ value creation, strategic gains, and cost savings, ...
    • Essays in Empirical Market Microstructure 

      Rehman, Obaidur (Series of Dissertations;, Doctoral thesis, 2024)
      Abstract chapter 1: Prime money market funds (MMFs) frequently receive support from their sponsors during periods of acute market stress. While sponsor support can help restore investor confidence in the fund, it also poses ...
    • Social, Biological and Cultural Foundations of Corporate and Investor Behaviors. 

      Lee, Andrew Sang Jun (Series of Dissertations;, Doctoral thesis, 2024)
      Abstract chapter 1: I investigate the effect of religiosity on the organizational capital of firms. By examining the county-level religious adherence rates in the US, I find that firms located in counties with higher ...
    • The Macroeconomic Consequences of the Green Transition 

      Kapfhammer, Felix (Series of Dissertations;, Doctoral thesis, 2023)
      Chapter 1: Climate Risk and Commodity Currencies – by Felix Kapfhammer, Vegard H. Larsen and Leif Anders Thorsrud Abstract: Climate change increases the likelihood of extreme climate- and weather-related events, but also ...
    • Essays in prediction, expectation, formation, and labor economics 

      Ellingsen, Jon (Series of Dissertations;, Doctoral thesis, 2023)
      News media versus FRED-MD for macroeconomic forecasting (Jon Ellingsen, Vegard Larsen, Leif Anders Thorsrud) Abstract: Using a unique dataset of 22.5 million news articles from the Dow Jones Newswires Archive, we perform ...
    • Essay on the determinants of oil, and the post-oil era and democracy 

      Hamang, Jonas Hveding (Series of Dissertations;, Doctoral thesis, 2023)
      Quantifying supply-side climate policies (by: Lassi Ahlvik, Jørgen Juel Andersen, Jonas Hveding Hamang, Torfinn Harding) Abstract: What are the effects of supply-side climate policies? We use global company-level data ...
    • Reconnecting Leader-Member Exchange and Social Exchange Theory 

      Andersen, Ingvild (Series of Dissertations, Doctoral thesis, 2022)
      Leader–member exchange (LMX) theory originally has strong theoretical ties with social exchange theory (SET) (Liden, Sparrowe, & Wayne, 1997). Still, several scholars have argued that the connection to SET has been lacking ...
    • Institutions, Policy Risk, and Firms Behavior. Foreign Investments in High-Risk Countries. 

      Adarkwah, Gilbert Kofi (Series of Dissertations, Doctoral thesis, 2021)
      This dissertation investigates the relationship between host country institution-related (policy) risks and firms' international investment strategies. The dissertation consists of four essays. Essay 1 contributes to a ...
    • 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., ...
    • Three essays on family firms 

      Kustec, Irena (Series of Dissertations, Doctoral thesis, 2020)
      Family businesses are important in many economies worldwide. One reason family firms pique many researchers' interest is the interplay of family and business. Decisions made within family firms often reflect business as ...
    • Essays on Market Microstructure 

      Saakvitne, Jo Albertsen (Series of Dissertation;2/2019, Doctoral thesis, 2019)
      This dissertation consists of four paper: “Fixing the fix? Assessing the Effectiveness of the 4PM Fix Benchmark”, “Trading strategies and information flow around price benchmarks”, “A note on optimal trade times for financial ...
    • Essays in Macro-Finance 

      Juelsrud, Ragnar Enger (Series of Dissertation; 11/2018, Doctoral thesis, 2018)
      This thesis is motivated by the financial crisis of 2007 and 2008. The financial crises posed a challenge for economics - both in terms of understanding the events that were unfolding and in terms of understanding the ...
    • All you need is love? Investigating leadership from leaders’ attachment experiences in close relationships 

      Thompson, Per-Magnus Moe (Series of Dissertation;1/2019, Doctoral thesis, 2019)
      The influence of Bowlby’s attachment theory on leadership research is growing. Most studies support the view that leaders’ attachment style, mirroring their experiences with significant others (e.g., parents) early in life, ...
    • On entrepreneurial teams and their formation in science-based industries 

      Misganaw, Bisrat Agegnehu (Series of Dissertation;10/2018, Doctoral thesis, 2018)
      This thesis focuses on entrepreneurial teams and is positioned in the literature that conceptualize entrepreneurship as a collective action. Writing this PhD thesis could also be explained in the same way. Although it ...
    • Essays on decision making dynamics in politics and consumer choice 

      Røhr, Helene Lie (Series of Dissertation;8/2018, Doctoral thesis, 2018)
      Individuals’ choices are the foundation in economics; an individual makes the choice that maximizes her utility. Doing nothing or maintaining a previous decision is also a choice—the status quo choice (Samuelson and ...
    • Are Human Resource Management (HRM) Systems Good or Bad for Employee Well-being? An Investigation of the Well-being Paradox from the Mutual Gains and Critical Perspectives 

      Ho, Hoang (Series of Dissertation;7/2018, Doctoral thesis, 2018)
      This PhD consists of three individual studies, addressing two of the most controversial debates in the human resource management (HRM) literature today: the “good vs. bad” debate (whether HRM practices are good or bad for ...
    • Innovation in Public Services: Wicked Problems and Multi-layered Solutions 

      Røste, Rannveig (Series of Dissertation;6/2018, Doctoral thesis, 2018)
      During the last decade, innovation in public services has been addressed as a universal tool for improving existing public services and solving grand social challenges. The problem is that a range of promising concepts ...
    • Antecedents and Consequences of Unplanned Alliance Terminations 

      Koval, Mariia (Series of Dissertation;4/2018, Doctoral thesis, 2018)
      Despite their evident advantages, more than 50 percent of strategic alliances terminate prematurely. Still, little is known about causes of alliance terminations and even less is known about subsequent performance consequences ...
    • Reorganizing healthcare services: Sensemaking and organizational innovation 

      Hungnes, Tonje (Series of Dissertation;11/2017, Doctoral thesis, 2017)
      The purpose of this thesis is to provide a rich account of organizational innovation processes in order to gain novel insights into such processes. The study is based on two longitudinal empirical case studies from a ...
    • Experimental Markets with Frictions 

      Joslin, Knut-Eric Neset (Series of Dissertations; 9/2017, Doctoral thesis, 2017)
      Included in this dissertation are four articles: (1) Market Entry with Frictional Matching and Bargaining: Labor Search in the Lab (2) Discrimination in Small Markets with Directed Search: Part I Theory (3) Discrimination ...