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  • Productivity spillovers through labor mobility in search equilibrium 

    Heggedal, Tom-Reiel; Moen, Espen R.; Preugschat, Edgar (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    This paper proposes an explicit model of spillovers through labor flows in a framework with search frictions. Firms can choose to innovate or to imitate by hiring a worker from a firm that has already innovated. We show ...
  • Executive education and the managerial revolution: The birth of executive education at Harvard Business School 

    Amdam, Rolv Petter (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
    The managerial revolution drove the rise of business schools in the United States and business schools contributed by graduating professional managers. Before World War II, however, the effect of an MBA degree was modest, ...
  • Local candidates and voter mobilization: Evidence from historical two-round elections in Norway 

    Fiva, Jon H.; Smith, Daniel M. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    What effect do candidates with local ties have on voter turnout and party support? A considerable challenge within the existing literature on the personal vote, including that part which derives from local ties, is ...
  • The effect of oil prices on field production: Evidence from the Norwegian Continental Shelf 

    Mauritzen, Johannes (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    I use detailed field-level data on Norwegian offshore oil production and a semi-parametric additive model to control for the production profile of fields to estimate the effect of oil prices on production. I find no ...
  • The issues in modelling freight transport at the national level 

    Jong, Gerard de; Tavasszy, Lori; Bates, John; Grønland, Stein Erik; Huber, Stefan; Kleven, Oskar; Lange, Peter; Ottemöller, Ole; Schmorak, Nora (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
    Several countries in Europe and elsewhere have a national freight transport model. This paper discusses some old and new issues for these models, based on experiences in at least seven European countries. These issues have ...
  • How users shape markets 

    Harrison, Debbie; Kjellberg, Hans (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
    The purpose of this article is to elaborate conceptually on the user–market relationship. Existing research reports a limited user–market relationship, which simultaneously exaggerates and underplays user influence on ...
  • Convenience in white-collar crime: A resource perspective 

    Gottschalk, Petter (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    White-collar offenders have access to resources that make financial crime convenient. In the rare case of crime suspicion, resources are available in terms of professional attorney work, control over internal investigations, ...
  • Partnering with AI: how organizations can win over skeptical managers 

    Kolbjørnsrud, Vegard; Amico, Richard; Thomas, Robert J. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    Purpose: According to the authors’ research, while top-level executives look forward to the potential of artificial intelligent systems in their firms, line managers are much more skeptical. This article advises on ...
  • Internationalization of an academic invention through successive science-business networks: The case of TAVI 

    Mikhailova, Olga; Olsen, Per Ingvar (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
    The aim of this paper is to explain how new technology ventures move, grow, and scale. Such ventures internationalize much faster than depicted by the traditional Uppsala model (Johanson and Vahlne, J Int Bus Stud 8:23–32, ...
  • Lack of ear care knowledge in nursing homes 

    Solheim, Jorunn; Shiryaeva, Olga; Kværner, Kari Jorunn (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
    Background: Rising life expectancy means an increase in the number of elderly people with hearing loss in the population. Many elderly people live in nursing homes, with varying care needs. A substantial proportion of these ...
  • Here today, gone tomorrow: The duration of Norwegian salmon exports. 

    Straume, Hans-Martin (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    Success in the export markets is not only about entry into markets, but also about survival and export growth. General empirical evidence suggests that high export growth is positively associated with the duration of trade ...
  • Working capital management: Evidence from Norway 

    Lyngstadås, Hakim; Berg, Terje (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to provide empirical evidence of whether working capital management (WCM) has an effect on the profitability of small- and medium-sized Norwegian firms. Design/methodology/approach ...
  • Coordination between primary and secondary care: The role of electronic massages and economic incentives 

    La Rocca, Antonella; Hoholm, Thomas (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    Background In Norway, a government reform has recently been introduced to enhance coordination between primary and secondary care. This paper examines the effects of two newly introduced measures to improve the coordination: ...
  • Announcements of interest rate forecasts: Do policymakers stick to them? 

    Mirkov, Nikola; Natvik, Gisle J. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
    If central banks value the ex post accuracy of their published forecasts, previously announced interest rate paths might influence the current policy rate. We explore if “forecast adherence” has affected monetary policy ...
  • Mind the gap: A qualitative approach to assessing why different sub-cultures within high-risk industries interpret safety rule gaps in different ways 

    Lofquist, Eric Arne; Dyson, Paul K.; Trønnes, Sondre N. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    Measuring the distance between the performance of safety rules as imagined and safety rules as enacted in high-risk environments has been an area of great interest and debate in recent years. Yet a significant gap in our ...
  • Where Dating Meets Data: Investigating Social and Institutional Privacy Concerns on Tinder 

    Lutz, Christoph; Ranzini, Giulia (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    The widespread diffusion of location-based real-time dating or mobile dating apps, such as Tinder and Grindr, is changing dating practices. The affordances of these dating apps differ from those of “old school” dating ...
  • Inside severance pay 

    Boeri, Tito; Garibaldi, Pietro; Moen, Espen R. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    All OECD countries have either legally mandated severance pay or compensations imposed by industry-level bargaining in case of employer initiated job separations. The paper shows that mandatory severance is optimal in ...
  • Coachende lederstil: Å støtte og utfordre seg selv og sine medarbeidere til å lykkes 

    Berg, Morten Emil; Karlsen, Jan Terje (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    Coachende lederstil er en metode for læring. Hele livet er en læreprosess. Ledere har ikke alle svarene,men kan stille de gode spørsmålene. Leder og medarbeidere hjelper hverandre og danner et partnerskap i læring. ...
  • An equilibrium characterization of an all-pay auction with certain and uncertain prizes 

    Riis, Christian (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
    In the important contribution “All pay auctions with certain and uncertain prizes” published in Minchuk and Sela (2014), the authors analyze an all pay auction with multiple prizes. The specific feature of the model is ...
  • The creative industries in Norway: 2008-2014 

    Gran, Anne-Britt; Theie, Marcus Gjems; Torp, Øyvind (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
    The article presents findings from a new mapping of the creative industries in Norway 2008–2014. It reviews previous mappings of the creative industries and discusses questions related to construction of the creative ...

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