Awards at fibe
Two awards are presented at FIBE: The annual Publisher's Award and the biennial Odd Nordhaug's memorial award or Beta Award.
Since 1996, the publisher Cappelen Akademisk Forlag has financed an award for best research contribution at the FIBE conference.
The prize is NOK 20,000 and is awarded during the conference. The award competition is open to researchers who are under 40 years of age on the application deadline date. In the event of multiple authors, all the authors must satisfy the age requirement.
A dedicated award committee, appointed by the NHH's Board, will assess the submitted research work.
Previous Publisher's Award Winners
Previous Publisher's Award Winners
Eirik Sjåholm Knudsen and Ivan Belik, Department of Strategy and Management, NHH
The Dark Side of an Interconnected User Base: Network Firms and the Vulnerability of Rapid Decline
Assistant Professor Floris Tobias Zoutman, Department of Business and Management Science, NHH and Sanders Renes, Deparment of Business Economics, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam:
As Easy as ABC? Multidimensional Screening in Public Finance
Associate Professor Bogdan Stacescu, Department of Finance, BI Norwegian Business School:
Collateral and Informed Screening During Banking Relationships
PhD Students Synne Almaas and Line Bystrøm, Department of Economics, NTNU:
Home Equity-Based Refinancing and Household Financial Difficulties: The Case of Norway
Assistant Professor Tyler Hull, Department of Finance, NHH:
Do local and international venture capitalists play well together? A study of international venture capital investments
PhD Student Burak Tunca, School of Business and Law, University of Agder:
“You are who your friends’ brands are”: Norwegian adolescents’ self-connections to peers’ brands
Associate Professor Lars Jacob Tynes Pedersen, Department of Accounting, Auditing and Law, NHH:
Investing with Brain or Heart? A Field Experiment on Responsible Investment
Associate Professor Kristoffer W. Eriksen, University of Stavanger:
Myopic risk-taking in tournaments
Professor Helge Thorbjørnsen, Department of Strategy and Management, NHH:
Reconsidering the Present Bias and Temporal Discounting: Consumers' (Unrealistic) Optimism About the Future
Adjunct Assistant Professor Jonas Gaudernack, Department of Accounting, Auditing and Law, NHH:
Cue Combinations in Control Risk Judgements
PhD Student Jon Bingen Sande, Department of Ecology and Natural Resource Management, Norwegian University of Life Sciences:
Common knowledge in buyer-supplier relationships and its moderating effects on the relationship between environmental uncertainty and relational contracts
PhD Student Helge A. Nordahl, Department of Finance and Management Science, NHH:
Valuation of Life Insurance Surrender and Exchange Options
Associate Professor Steen Koekebakker, Agder University College, and Professor Fred Espen Benth, University of Oslo:
Stochastic Modelling of Financial Electricity Contracts
PhD Student Trond Døskeland, Department of Finance and Management Science, NHH:
Strategic Asset Allocation for Countries with Depleting Natural Resources
No prize was awarded
The Academic Award Committee concluded that none of the received papers could be categorized as outstanding.
Associate Professor Mattias Hamberg, Department of Accounting, Auditing and Law, NHH:
When are Companies Taken Public? An Examination of Operating and Capital Market Performances
PhD Students Arne-Christian Lund and Fridthjof Ollmar, Department of Finance and Management Science, NHH:
Analysing Flexible load Contracts in the Energy Market
Associate Professor Jøril Mæland, Department of Finance and Management Science, NHH:
Valuation of an Irreversible Investment: Asymmetric Information about a Stochastic Investment Cost
Associate Professor Mette Bjørndal, Department of Finance and Management Science, NHH, and Professor Kurt Jörnsten, Department of Finance and Management Science, NHH:
Revenue Cap Regulation in a Deregulated Electricity Market - Effects on a Grid Company
Lecturer Ellen Katrine Nyhus, Agder University College:
Determinants of subjective discount rates and indifference thresholds
PhD Student Iver Bragelien, Department of Finance and Management Science, NHH:
Asset ownership and implicit contracts
Lecturer Kåre Sandvik, Buskerud University College and Professor Kjell Grønhaug, Department of Strategy and Management, NHH:
Do you know your customers? The moderating effect of market orientation
PhD Student Vidar Schei, Department of Organization Management, NHH and Professor Jørn Rognes, Department of Organization Management, NHH:
The Negotiators Dilemma: Choosing a Cooperative or an Individualistic Orientation?
PhD Student Bjørn Eraker, Department of Finance and Management Science, NHH:
Option pricing when the underlying asset follows a switching regime process
THE ODD NORDHAUG MEMORIAL AWARD (BETA AWARD)
This award was established in honour of Odd Nordhaug’s (1953–2013) great contributions to research in general and, in particular, to the dissemination of Scandinavian research.
Odd Nordhaug was a professor at the Department of Strategy and Management at NHH Norwegian School of Economics, and he was the editor of Beta: Scandinavian Journal of Business Research for many years.
The Odd Nordhaug Memorial Award was presented for the first time at FIBE 2015. The award is presented by the Department of Strategy and Management at NHH and was established in cooperation with Beta: Scandinavian Journal of Business Research.
The award also includes a prize of NOK 20,000.
The Odd Nordhaug memorial award is presented every other year and is awarded on the basis of an article characterised by good professional work with a solid basis in scientific method and available research.
To be considered for the award, the article must also be interesting to peers outside the researcher’s own field and be characterised by clear and good dissemination.
Previous Beta Winners
Previous Beta Winners
Professor Einar Breivik, Department of Strategy and Management, NHH:
‘Relationship age: abundance of meaning or just a point in time’
Published in Beta 1-2016
Professor Ingeborg Astrid Kleppe, Professor Lena Mossberg and Professor Kjell Grønhaug:
‘Country images in news media’
Published in Beta 1-2014.
|The FIBE conference has established itself as the key meeting place for the Norwegian business administration research and higher education community. It raises topical research themes and trends, aims to strengthen and stimulate research, and develop networks between researchers from different educational and research institutions.|