• A tool kit for measurement of organisational learning: Methodological requirements and an illustrative example 

      Fuglseth, Anna Mette; Grønhaug, Kjell (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2003)
      Few studies attempt to measure organisational learning. Measurement is critical to evaluate relationships between initiatives to support learning and organisational performance. This paper proposes a theory-based tool kit ...
    • Why the apple doesn't fall far: Understanding intergenerational transmission of human capital 

      Black, Sandra E.; Devereux, Paul J.; Salvanes, Kjell G. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2005)
      Parents with higher education levels have children with higher education levels. Why is this? There are a number of possible explanations. One is a pure selection story: the type of parent who has more education and earns ...
    • The pluralism of fairness ideals: An experimental approach 

      Cappelen, Alexander W.; Hole, Astri Drange; Sørensen, Erik Ø.; Tungodden, Bertil (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2007)
      A core question in the contemporary debate on distributive justice is how to understand fairness in situations involving production. Important theories of distributive justice, such as strict egalitarianism, liberal ...
    • Priceless: The nonpecuniary benefits of schooling 

      Salvanes, Kjell Gunnar; Oreopoulos, Philip (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      Increasing wealth provides key motivation for students to forgo earnings and struggle through exams. But, as we argue in this paper, schooling generates many experiences and affects many dimensions of skill that, in turn, ...
    • Sustainable recursive social welfare functions 

      Asheim, Geir Bjarne; Mitra, Tapan; Tungodden, Bertil (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      What ethical criterion for intergenerational justice should be adopted, e.g., when faced with the task of managing the global environment? Koopmans’ axiomatization of discounted utilitarianism is based on seemingly compelling ...
    • Some aspects of random utility, extreme value theory and multinomial logit models 

      Andersson, Jonas; Ubøe, Jan (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      In this paper we give a survey on some basic ideas related to random utility, extreme value theory and multinomial logit models. These ideas are well known within the eld of spatial economics, but do not appear to be ...
    • Education and mobility 

      Machin, Stephen; Salvanes, Kjell Gunnar; Pelkonen, Panu (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      We show that the length of compulsory education has a causal impact on regional labour mobility. The analysis is based on a quasi-exogenous staged Norwegian school reform, and register data on the whole ...
    • Dead Battery? Wind Power, the Spot Market, and Hydropower Interaction in the Nordic Electricity Market 

      Mauritzen, Johannes (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      It is well established within both the economics and power system engineering literature that hydropower can act as a complement to large amounts of intermittent energy. In particular hydropower can act as a “battery” where ...
    • Prosessledelse og innovasjon: En litteraturstudie 

      Iden, Jon; Andestad, Martin; Grung-Olsen, Hans-Christian (Conference object; Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      Denne artikkelen studerer hvilken innvirkning prosessledelse har på bedrifters innovasjonsevne. Artikkelen deler prosessledelse inn i seks dimensjoner, og det gjøres en litteraturstudie for å avdekke sammenhengen mellom ...
    • Tax-adjusted Discount Rates: a General Formula under Constant Leverage Ratios 

      Molnar, Peter; Nyborg, Kjell Gustav (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2013)
      Cooper and Nyborg (2008) derive a tax-adjusted discount rate formula under a constant proportion leverage policy, investor taxes and risky debt. However, their analysis assumes zero recovery in default. We extend their ...
    • Zonal attachment of fish stocks and management cooperation 

      Hannesson, Røgnvaldur (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      This paper studies the incentive-compatibility of distributing fish quotas on the basis of zonal attachment of stocks. Two countries sharing two fish stocks are studied, with the zonal attachment of both stocks varying ...
    • Scrapping a wind turbine: Policy changes, scrapping incentives and why wind turbines in good locations get scrapped first 

      Mauritzen, Johannes (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      The most common reason for scrapping a wind turbine in Denmark is to make room for a newer turbine. The decision to scrap a wind turbine is then highly dependent on an opportunity cost that comes from the interaction of ...
    • Approximate Bayesian inference for spatial econometrics models 

      Bivand, Roger; Gómez-Rubio, Virgilio; Rue, Håvard (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      In this paper we explore the use of the Integrated Laplace Approximation (INLA) for Bayesian inference in some widely used models in Spatial Econometrics. Bayesian inference often relies on computationally intensive ...
    • Maritime Shipping and Emissions: A three-layered, damage based approach 

      Lindstad, Haakon; Eskeland, Gunnar; Psaraftis, Harilaos; Sandaas, Inge; Strømman, Anders Hammer (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Policy emphasis in ship design must be shifted away from global and idealized towards regional based and realistic vessel operating conditions. The present approach to reducing shipping emissions through technical standards ...
    • When emotional intelligence affects peoples’ perception of trustworthiness 

      Lee, Wing Shing; Selart, Marcus (Journal article, 2015)
      By adopting social exchange theory and the affect-infusion-model, the hypothesis is made that emotional intelligence (EI) will have an impact on three perceptions of trustworthiness – ability, integrity and benevolence ...
    • How betrayal affects emotions and subsequent trust 

      Lee, Wing Shing; Selart, Marcus (Journal article, 2015)
      This article investigates the impact of different emotions on trust decisions taking into account the experience of betrayal. Thus, an experiment was created that included one betrayal group and one control group. ...
    • Low carbon maritime transport: How speed, size and slenderness amounts to Substantial Capital Energy Substitution 

      Lindstad, Haakon; Eskeland, Gunnar (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Three responses that reduce energy consumption and CO2 emissions in maritime transport are slower speeds, larger vessels and slender hull designs. We use crude oil carriers as our illustrative example; these represent ...
    • Innovation Management Practices in Production-Intensive Service Firms 

      Aas, Tor Helge; Breunig, Karl Joachim; Hydle, Katja Maria; Pedersen, Per Egil (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      This paper posits that innovation management practices are contingent upon the type of industry, and examines the innovation management practices in a distinctive set of service firms: production-intensive service firms. ...
    • Related and unrelated variety in a tourism context 

      Aarstad, Jarle; Kvitastein, Olav Andreas; Jakobsen, Stig-Erik (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Although the topic of destination development has received much attention (Haugland, Ness, Grønseth, & Aarstad, 2011), there has been a limited focus on how the composition of an industry structure can influence growth in ...