Agnes Bamford is a PhD Research Scholar at the Department of Professional and Intercultural Communication at the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH).
Her research interests include international business communication, intercultural communication, discourse analysis, equality, diversity and inclusion.
Bamford’s area of research is corporate communication on diversity management in multinational corporations (MNCs), specifically global corporate parental leave policies.
Bamford’s teaching at NHH includes English for Business, the Internship Abroad Master Course and Innovation School.
Bamford has 20 years of international business experience, which includes working in financial services in London for Bloomberg LP, being a board member for the Norwegian-British Chamber of Commerce for seven years and running an intercultural business consultancy across Europe Middle East and Africa.
She holds an MA in Applied Linguistics from the University of London (2018), a Postgraduate Certificate in Education from University College London and she is also a graduate (siviløkonom) from the Norwegian School of Economics
Areas of expertise (Norwegian):
Interkulturell kommunikasjon og engelsk fagspråk.
RESEARCHER PROFILE - CRISTIN
SLIK UNNGÅR DU PINLIGE SPRÅKTABBER PÅ ENGELSK, Kronikk, Dagens næringsliv, 28.12.2022
VET KVINNER I NORGE EGENTLIG HVA DE VIL?, kronikk NHH Bulletin, 21.11.2022
UHELDIG EKSKLUDERING AV FEDRE, kronikk NHH Bulletin, 12.05.2022
FRU ELLER FRØKEN?, kronikk NHH Bulletin, 07.03.2022
UTDATERTE FORESTILLINGER OM NORSKE HANDELSHØYSKOLER, kronikk KHRONO, 01.02.2022
NORSK SPRÅK I AKADEMIA STÅR I ET SPENNINGSFELT, kronikk NHH Bulletin, 19.11.2021
DERFOR FUNGERER DEN NORSKE FEDREKVOTEN, debatt BT (Bergens Tidende), 27.03.2021
DET ER IKKE ALLTID POLITISK KORREKTE BEGREP FREMMER LIKESTILLING, kronikk NHH Bulletin, 12.03.2021
HVA GJØR MENNENE OG BEDRIFTENE MED LØNNSGAPET?, kronikk NHH Bulletin, 20.11.2020
NORSKE STUDENTER KAN FÅ EN KNALLSTERK CV, kronikk NHH Bulletin, 07.10.2020