The Lehmkuhl Lecture is an annual event at NHH in honour of the school's "founding father" Kristofer Lehmkuhl. It takes place on, or close to, his date of birth September 26. This year's speaker is investor Frode Eilertsen. Title: The future of Norway: A commodity-based laggard or a digital pioneer?
We are glad to announce that The Choice Lab at FAIR organizes a PhD course with Matthew Rabin, Professor of Behavioral Economics at Harvard University. This course will explore some of the ways that insights from psychology can be translated into formal economic analysis.
We are pleased to invite you to attend and participate in the 7th International Conference on Logistics and Maritime Systems. The aim of this conference is to provide a forum for participants from universities and related industries to exchange ideas on the latest technical, operational, economic and sustainability developments in container and bulk logistics and their related maritime systems.
This conference will bring together a diverse group of senior and junior applied micro-economists from Europe and the US working on a range of issues that include tax policy, education, healthcare, crime and other areas of interest.
The purpose of this conference is to encourage cross-fertilization of techniques and topics across applied-micro economists working in these different but connected fields.
The conference is organized by Katrine V. Løken (Norwegian School of Economics), Magne Mogstad (University of Chicago), Gordon Dahl (University California San Diego), and Manudeep Bhuller (University of Oslo). The conference is funded by the Norwegian Research Council through the project "Social Costs of Incarceration".
In the book «Innovating for trust», CSI-researchers respond to the fundamental goal for any firm: through innovations develop, maintain, and enhance customer relationships based on trust. The book is the result of five years of research on large service organizations’ innovation efforts and provides the syntheses of learning. Welcome to the launch.
The Department of Professional and Intercultural Communication invites you to a guest lecture and lunch with Senior Lecturer Catherine Way, Department of translation and interpretation, University of Granada, Spain
Professor Agnar Sandmo retired at the age of 70 on 9 January 2008. In order to mark Sandmo’s long contribution to the field, as well as his international standing NHH has established two annual institutions: Sandmo Lecture on Public Policy and Sandmo Junior Visiting Fellowship in Public Policy.
NHH Forum is an annual academic seminar that is arranged by the faculty and students at NHH, in collaboration with large corporations. This year's partner is Nordea, and the main subjects are digitalisation and innovation. Stay tuned for the full programme and more contributors from NHH and Nordea.