Department of Business and Management Science

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. 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.

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Recent Publications

Authors Title Publication

Brekke, Kurt R.
Garcia Pires, Armando J.
Schindler, Dirk
Schjelderup, Guttorm

Capital taxation and imperfect competition: ACE vs. CBIT

Journal of Public Economics, Online 02.01.2017

Kyritsis, Evangelos
Andersson, Jonas
Serletis, Apostolos

Electricity prices, large-scale renewable integration, and policy implications

Energy Policy, 2017, 101, 550-560

Belotti, Pietro
Góez, Julio C.
Pólik, Imre
Ralphs, Ted K.
Terlaky, Tamás

A complete characterization of disjunctive conic cuts for mixed integer second order cone optimization

Discrete Optimization, Online 04.11.2016

Aase, Knut K.

Recursive utility using the stochastic maximum principle

Quantitative Economics, 2016, 7(3), 859-887

Chronicles and debates

Authors Title Publication

Arve, Malin

Høy pris for lojalitet

Dagens Næringsliv 04.02.2017

Eskeland, Gunnar S.

Nyttige dieselforbudstrusler

Dagens Næringsliv 18.01.2017

Foros, Øystein
Kind, Hans Jarle

Vinn-vinn for kunder og Rema

Dagens Næringsliv 11.01.2017

Eskeland, Gunnar S.

Skjødesløs by- og boligpolitikk

Dagens Næringsliv 23.12.2016