Department of Business and Management Science
Research at the Department aims to understand and improve management practice using analytical methods.
We study decision making, governance and efficiency in organisations from a managerial perspective, as well as from the perspective of institutions and investors. Research activities are organised in three broad areas: Business Economics, Management Science and Energy, Natural Resources and the Environment. Faculty members have backgrounds from economics, finance, operations research, mathematics and statistics, and have a firm focus on publishing research in high quality international journals.
The objective of the department is to benefit the business community and society at large through excellence in research, teaching and contributions to the public debate. Faculty members often appear in the media, they are heavily involved in contract research at the SNF Centre for Applied Research at NHH and they contribute to management training through NHH Executive.
Hopland, Arnt Ove
|Learning environment and student effort||
International Journal of Educational Management, 2016, 30(2), 271-286
|The Tax Sensitivity of Debt in Multinationals: A Review||
International Journal of the Economics of Business, 2016, 23(1), 109-121
|Multinationals and Income Shifting by Debt||
International Journal of the Economics of Business, 2016, Online 09.02.2016
Recent Discussion Papers
Sendstad, Lars Hegnes
|Sequential Investment in Emerging Technologies under Policy Uncertainty|
|Optimal fishing mortalities with age-structured bioeconomic model - a case of NEA mackerel|
|Insider trading with non-fiduciary market makers|
PhD defence: Ivan Belik
On Friday 20 May 2016 Ivan Belik will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
How Panama Became a Tax Haven
Panama’s history as a tax haven is quite old. It goes all the way back to 1919, writes NHH professor Guttorm Schjelderup and SNF researcher Armando Pires in Foreign Affairs.
Essays on congestion management in electricity markets
On Monday 8 June 2015 Victoria Gribkovskaia will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend her thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
Too warm for power plants
Warmer climate creates trouble for power plants. When the temperature rises, plants are forced to reduce production or shut down.