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  • Facing the climate and digital challenge: European energy industry from boom to crisis and transformation 

    Midttun, Atle; Piccini, Proadpran Boonprasurd (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    This article contributes to the understanding of the current transformation of the energy industry in Europe and the interplay between greening policies and digital technological innovation. It shows how, since the financial ...
  • Cost, contractors and scale: An empirical analysis of the California solar market 

    Mauritzen, Johannes (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    This paper presents an empirical analysis of the rapidly growing California rooftop solar photovoltaic market using detailed data of over 100,000 solar installations between 2007 and 2014. The rapid fall in the cost of ...
  • Single-item dynamic lot-sizing problems: An updated survey 

    Brahimi, Nadjib; Absi, Nabil; Dauzère-Pérès, Stéphane; Nordli, Atle (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    Following our previous paper (Brahimi, Dauzère-Pérès, Najid, & Nordli, 2006), we present an updated and extended survey of Single-Item Lot-Sizing Problems with focus on publications from 2004 to 2016. Exact and heuristic ...
  • Valg av kapitaliseringsrente i erstatningssaker 

    Holden, Steinar; Johnsen, Thore; Moen, Espen R. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
    Ved personskader er valg av rentesats for neddiskontering av fremtidige tap av arbeidsinntekt en helt sentral faktor i beregningen av erstatningsbeløpet. Artikkelforfatterne var sakkyndige da Høyesterett i 2014 tok opp ...
  • Correlations 

    Ehling, Paul; Heyerdahl-Larsen, Christian (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    Correlations of equity returns have varied substantially over time and remain a source of continuing policy debate. This paper studies stock market correlations in an equilibrium model with heterogeneous risk aversion. In ...
  • Digitizing the chemical senses: Possibilities & pitfalls 

    Spence, Charles; Obrist, Marianna; Velasco, Carlos; Ranasinghe, Nimesha (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    Many people are understandably excited by the suggestion that the chemical senses can be digitized; be it to deliver ambient fragrances (e.g., in virtual reality or health-related applications), or else to transmit flavour ...
  • The impact of class attendance on student learning in a flipped classroom 

    Foldnes, Njål (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    We investigate the relationship between class attendance and academic achievement in a flipped classroom that was designed to foster social learning in fixed groups. Controlling for initial mathematical skill and attitudes, ...
  • The trinity of resilient organization: Aligning performance management with organizational culture and strategy formation 

    Tangenes, Tor; Steen, Riana (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    In this work, we argue that resilience, as the fundamental quality needed to prosper from significant change that disrupts an organisation's expected patterns of events, depends on the organisation's culture, strategy ...
  • A contingency theory of entrepreneurial debt governance 

    O'Brien, Jonathan; Sasson, Amir (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    Access to debt can be crucial for entrepreneurs who need capital. Embedding economic ties within a social relationship with the debt provider can ensure capital availability and attenuate opportunism. However, such a ...
  • Mediating effects of green innovations on interfirm cooperation 

    Burki, Umar; Dahlstrøm, Robert (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    Previous empirical research has largely neglected the mediating role of green innovations on the top management commitment-customer cooperation relationship. This study examines effects of green process innovation and green ...
  • Are modern health worries associated with medical conspiracy theories? 

    Lahrach, Y.; Furnham, Adrian (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    This study was concerned with whether Medical Conspiracy Theories (MCTs), along with other variables (demographics, ideology and health perceptions) are associated with Modern Health Worries (MHWs). MCTs were significantly ...
  • «De måske egnede»: En diskurs om organisasjons- og ledelsesfag i siviløkonomutdanningen 

    Jevnaker, Birgit Helene; Asting, Cecilie (Journal article, 2017)
    Siviløkonomenes utdanning er sterkt knyttet til opplæring i teori, analytiske ferdigheter og forståelse innen økonomi og administrasjon. Studiet er attraktivt, og mange av kandidatene får etter hvert lederjobber eller ...
  • Norske toppledere og deres utdanningsbakgrunn i 2016 

    Amdam, Rolv Petter; Kvålshaugen, Ragnhild (Journal article, 2017)
    Tidligere undersøkelser har vist at sivilutdanningen av økonomer og ingeniører har utgjort kjernen innenfor et relativt stabilt system for utdanning til en posisjon som toppleder i norsk næringsliv. Innenfor denne gruppen ...
  • Siviløkonomutdanning i en digital tid 

    Swanberg, Anne Berit; Erikson, Inger Carin (Journal article, 2017)
    Artikkelen tar utgangspunkt i det faktum at automatisering og kunstig intelligens vil påvirke arbeidslivet, og dermed også hvordan vi driver utdanning av kandidater som skal ut i arbeidslivet. For å møte disse utfordringene ...
  • Siviløkonomstudiet i 2025 og internasjonalisering 

    Van Dijk, Feite Hindrik (Journal article, 2017)
    Internasjonalisering av høyere utdanning er en medalje med to sider: kvalitet og marked. Når det gjelder kvalitet bør fokuseringen på utveksling erstattes av en fokusering på læringsmål. På BI har vi utviklet en modell for ...
  • Representativeness of Social Media in Great Britain: Investigating Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, and Instagram 

    Blank, Grant; Lutz, Christoph (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    Sociological studies show that Internet access, skills, uses, and outcomes vary between different population segments. However, we lack differentiated statistical evidence of the social characteristics of users of distinct ...
  • The Effect of Sexual Programme Content on the Recall of Foreign Sexual and Non-sexual Advertisements 

    Toverljani, Anita; McClelland, Alastair; Furnham, Adrian (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    This study explored the effect of programme content (sexual and non-sexual) on the recall of sexual and non-sexual advertisements. Seventy-eight participants were allocated randomly to four different groups and viewed ...
  • Do you get what you pay for? Sales incentives and implications for motivation and changes in turnover intention and work effort 

    Kuvaas, Bård; Buch, Robert; Gagne, Marylene; Dysvik, Anders; Forest, Jacques (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
    This study investigated relations between pay-for-performance incentives designed to vary in instrumentality (annual pay-for-performance, quarterly pay-for-performance, and base pay level) and employee outcomes (self-reported ...
  • Beliefs about the causes and cures of depression 

    Furnham, Adrian; Ritchie, William; Lay, Alixe (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
    Aims: To test whether the group would recognise both vignettes with having depression and that the favoured cure would be Psychotherapy/Talking Cure. Method: In all, 320 adults completed a two-part questionnaire. In ...
  • The effect of background music on the cognitive performance of musicians: A pilot study 

    Yang, Jeremy; McClelland, Alastair; Furnham, Adrian (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
    This study aimed to investigate how background music with different instruments affects trained musicians’ performance on cognitive tasks. Participants completed three sets of cognitively demanding intelligence tasks in a ...

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