On Thursday 22 November 2018 Vit Procházka will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
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Jarle Møen: The wealth tax may be structured in such a way that owners of smaller firms are given relieves, while owners of big fortunes are not.
On Friday 26 October 2018 Hong Cai will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend her thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
In a recent column on VOXEU, Øystein Foros, Mai Nguyen-Ones and Frode Steen wrote a column on "gasoline price cycles"
Petter Bjerksund: We do not have to sell oil stocks to reduce the oil risk. The Government Pension Fund Global could rather issue a bond where the "interests" reflect the oil price.
The Center for Business Economics at NHH invited researchers, policymakers and the actors in the grocery sector to a workshop that took place at NHH on September 26.
On Tuesday 25 September 2018 Lars H Sendstad will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
The 16th lecture in memory of NHH Professor Karl Borch, scheduled for September 20, will be held by Robert C. Merton.
Gunnar S. Eskeland: We must not let sham arguments force the oil out of the Government Pension Fund Global. If the reasons are related to the climate, we will have to take the debate.
After three years of working around the clock, entrepreneur and master’s student Christian Braathen is set to launch the shift planner arbeidsplanen.no this week. He is already in talks with some major companies.
This autumn 21 new PhD research scholars have enrolled at NHH, eager to embark on the three or four year journey that lies ahead of them.
On Tuesday 28 August 2018 Yewen Gu will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
Mario Guajardo, in collaboration with Gonzalo Zamorano and Guillermo Durán, programmed the 2018 schedule of Superliga, the main league of professional football in Argentina.
We are happy to invite you to a PhD course with Chad Syverson from the University of Chicago
Iver Bragelien: Bonus salary is used to promote performances, attract good co-workers and reduce the firm's risk. And it works.
Associate Professor Mario Guajardo has been selected as finalist of the EURO Excellence in Practice Award (EEPA).
Stein W. Wallace has been invited to give a plenary session at the XV Conference on Computational Management Science (CMS)
Stein W. Wallace has been invited to give a plenary session at the XXIV conference of the EURO working group on Locational Analysis (EWGLA).
The article "Collaborative transportation with overlapping coalitions" has been published in European Journal of Operational Research.
On Wednesday 23 May 2018 Evangelos Kyritsis will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
The article "Double tax discrimination to attract FDI and fight profit shifting: The role of CFC rules" has been accepted for publication in Journal of International Economics.
Gunnar S. Eskeland: Our fish is not worth much if only we can eat it. Much of the value lies in our neighbours also when it comes to power, wind and reservoirs.
The article "Job Loss and Regional Mobility" has been published in Journal of Labor Economics.
‘You represent an industry that has really felt the effects of the oil price drop at first-hand. But now the worst is over,’ said Minister of Trade and Industry Torbjørn Røe Isaksen at NHH’s shipping conference in Bergen.
The AutoLog project will research the usefulness of autonomous ships.
The article "Big Data Analytics in Operations Management" has been published in Production and Operations Management.
Media in the whole world can now compete to sell ads previously reserved for local newspapers, affecting price, content and diversity, write Simon P. Anderson, Øystein Foros and Hans Jarle Kind.
On Monday 12 March 2018 Reza Azad Gholami will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
A paper by Evelina Gavrilova-Zoutman and Floris Zoutman has received great attention from international media.
Chronicle by Jan Ubøe: I may be stupid, but even a short time after very good lectures I hardly remember anything from them.
On Tuesday 30 January 2018 Seyed Mostafa Mirhedayatian will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
Chronicle by Gunnar S. Eskeland: Bitcoin is expensive. Is it really (more than) worth it?
Stein W. Wallace is the chair of the organizing committee of the 2018 INFORMS Transportation Science and Logistics Society Workshop.
Centre for Shipping and Logistics receives more than NOK 23 million from the Research Council of Norway´s programme targeted towards the maritime industry and their research partners.
Chronicle by Jan Ubøe: A school that prioritises short-term gains in the form of higher test scores is unsuitable for pursuing talents.
Chronicle by Gunnar S. Eskeland: Exemptions from taxes lead to more and better electric cars and fuel efficient cars. The effect is mainly as desired, but there are some mistakes that should be corrected quickly.
Several of the researchers at the Norwegian Centre for Taxation have published in top ranked journals in 2017. Last in the series of top articles is forthcoming in Econometrica.
On Wednesday 29 November 2017 Shiyu Yan will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
This week Evelina Gavrilova-Zoutman was invited to the Danish Folketinget to talk about cannabis legalization, based on her top publication on the subject.
Chronicle by Jan Ubøe: It was no coincidence that the stockbrokerage firms hired numerous mathematicians and physicists.
This week The Norwegian Center for Taxation (NoCeT) has invited researchers from USA, Canada and Europe to the historical Bryggen in Bergen.
Chronicle by Malin Arve: Public purchases, both within and outside the Garbage Industry, are complicated and requires a wide multidisciplinary competence.
The Centre for Business Economics is a new research group at NHH which will focus on the functioning of firms, markets and organizations.
President Trump will transfer weapon and equipment from the nation´s military to state and local police. He believes this will reduce crime and refers to a NHH study published in AEJ. The debate is raging in Washington Post.
The article "Finding the right yardstick: Regulation of electricity networks under heterogeneous environments" has been published in European Journal of Operational Research.
140 participants are gathered at NHH for three and a half days to attend the 7th International Conference on Logistics and Maritime Systems.
The article "Hybrid pricing in a coupled European power market with more wind power" has been published in European Journal of Operational Research.
NHH’s agreement with Bergen Shipowners’ Association has been extended by five new years until August 2022. Professor Roar Os Ådland will continue to hold the professorship.
Research by NHH researchers Evelina Gavrilova and Floris Zoutman on the impact of the passage of medical marijuana laws in American states bordering Mexico, is featured in a recent article in The Economist.
The article "Flexibility in Income Shifting under Losses" has been accepted for publication in The Accounting Review.
NHH will cooperate to make Norway a leader in fintech export.
Professor Bertil Tungodden is awarded the NHH prize for outstanding research and Malin Arve is awarded the Ingvar Wedervang prize for outstanding research by a faculty member below 40 years of age.
Chronicle by Jan Ubøe: It is possible to find scientific support for just about everything.
Professor Knut Aase has been awarded two prestigious academic prizes in 2017 for two papers on life insurance and pension contracts.
An article by Evelina Gavrilova- Zoutman and Floris Zoutman has been accepted for publication in highly prestigious The Economic Journal.
The article «Apple's Agency Model and the Role of Most-Favored-Nation Clauses» has been accepted for publication in The RAND Journal of Economics.
Chronicle by Jan Ubøe: We take better care of each other if we reduce the sizes of schools and classes. This is much more important for the quality of our schools than the PISA score, which is of less relevance.
The article "Is Legal Pot Crippling Mexican Drug Trafficking Organizations? The Effect of Medical Marijuana Laws on US Crime" has been accepted for publication in The Economic Journal.
Chronicle by NHH Professors Foros and Kind and Professor Hjelmeng (University of Oslo): The European Commission has stated that football broadcasting rights should be marketed in different packages.
Chronicle by Malin Arve and Anje Müller Gjesdal: There are great worries for the consequences of a possible Le Pen victory, particularly concerning the economy and France's relationships with EU.
More and more of footballers’ pay is in the form of bonuses. This is a smart way for football clubs to avoid ending up in the red, shows a study carried out at NHH.
The article "Scheduling the South American Qualifiers to the 2018 FIFA Wold Cup by Integer Programming" has been accepted for publication in European Journal of Operational Research.
Chronicle by Iver Bragelien: The new CEO of Bane NOR receives a formidable wage increase, before he has delivered any results.
Since 2005, those responsible for Chilean top flight football have used NHH researcher Mario Guajardo’s mathematical models to schedule fixtures. His methods are now also used in the South American World Cup qualification system.
The article "The impact of design uncertainty in engineer-to-order project planning" has been published online in European Journal of Operational Research.
The article "Product Functionality, Competititon, and Multi-Purchasing" has been published in International Economic Review.
Through its registration tax, Norway has taken drastic steps to transition to cars with low carbon emissions. This has resulted in a significantly cleaner stock of new vehicles.
Chronicle by Malin Arve: Loyalty programs are very profitable for stores and airlines.
Meet Associate Professor Trond M. Døskeland - an expert on Personal Finance.
The Research Council of Norway and The Norwegian Tax Administration allocate NOK 17.5 million each to The Norwegian Center for Taxation (NoCeT) at NHH.
Gunnar S. Eskeland: Old diesel cars for drivers in the rural areas and bicycles, small cars, busses and electric cars for the cities.
NHH Professors Foros and Kind believe that the app "Æ" and the "Best Friend" (contractors) concept may be win-win for customers and REMA.
The article "Optimal regime switching under risk aversion and uncertainty" has been published in European Journal of Operational Research.
On 20 January 2017 Ole-Petter Moe Hansen will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
The winners of the FIBE 2017 Publishers’ award are Sander Renes and Floris T. Zoutman for the paper As Easy as ABC? Multidimensional Screening in Public Finance.
On Wednesday January 11 Nikhil Atreya will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
The Nobel Prize in Economics was recently awarded to two researchers who had studied contract theory. Malin Arve at NHH has recently contributed to the field at the very highest level.
– Firms with a high commitment to their sustainability purpose have a different organisational DNA, Ioannis Ioannou says. He and Idar Kreutzer are keynote speakers at FIBE 2017.
The article "Service supply chain management: A review of operational models" by Stein W. Wallace is one of the most downloaded articles in the European Journal of Operational Research.
When readers are no longer loyal to their old print newspaper and prefer to surf the internet at their leisure, newspapers need to think outside the box if they are to hold onto their advertisers.
During the conference "Lifting the Veil of Secrecy" academics, practitioners and investigative journalists from all over the world will discuss the role of the tax avoidance industry and how the challenges that tax havens represent can be mitigated.
School buildings throughout Norway are in a state of disrepair. Even in the most wealthy municipalities, local politicians put off prioritising maintenance. ‘How does this affect the learning environment,' asks researcher Arnt Ove Hopland.
Giving military equipment to the police in the USA actually reduces crime, but not because of more weapons.
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.
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.
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.
Warmer climate creates trouble for power plants. When the temperature rises, plants are forced to reduce production or shut down.
Warmer climate creates trouble for power plants. When the temperature rises, plants are forced to reduce production or shut down.
Manual distribution of fixture dates and referees leads to suspicions of corruption and match-fixing in football. With Norwegian School of Economics researcher Mario Guajardo's mathematical model the process becomes more transparent.
On Tuesday 10 June 2014 Patrick André Narbel will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
On Friday 30 August 2013 Mario Guajardo will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic, and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
More and more economists are critical of the prevailing climate policy and believe that Norway must consider leaving its oil where it is. 'This is a very controversial view, because Norway has become so dependent on its oil revenues,' says Professor Gunnar S. Eskeland.
Nature's ability to absorb carbon dioxide is poorer than previous analyses have indicated. Three NHH researchers have developed a model that calculates the amount of carbon emissions that nature can tolerate. The later we implement climate measures, the more expensive they will be.
Too much wealth makes entrepreneurs fat and content. In a new study of Norwegian entrepreneurs, researchers find that profits increase most for the entrepreneurs with least capital.
Professors Kjell Gunnar Salvanes and Jarle Møen and research fellow Helge Thorsen have published the results of a research project on the selection and allocation of labour to the teaching profession. The main findings are surprising and some people may also find them controversial.