Arnt Ove Hopland

Associate Professor Arnt Ove Hopland

E-mail
Arnt.Hopland@nhh.no
Telephone
+47 55 95 96 89
Department
Business and Management Science
Centre
NoCeT
Office
C520
Expertise
Tax and Public Economics Econometrics

BIOGraphy

Arnt Ove Hopland is a postdoctor focusing mainly on public economics and facilities management. He received his PhD in economics at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in 2012. He has been a visiting researcher at ETH Zürich.

Selected publications

Author(s) Title Publisher
Hopland, Arnt Ove, Lisowsky, Petro, Mardan, Mohammed, Schindler, Dirk Flexibility in Income Shifting under Losses Accounting Review, 2017
Borge, Lars-Erik, Hopland, Arnt Ove Schools and public buildings in decay: the role of political fragmentation Economics of Governance Volume 18 (1), page 85 - 105, 2016
Hopland, Arnt Ove, Matsen, Egil, Strøm, Bjarne Income and choice under risk Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance Volume 12, page 55 - 64, 2016
Hopland, Arnt Ove, Nyhus, Ole Henning Gender Differences in Competitiveness: Evidence from Educational Admission Reforms The BE Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy Volume 16 (1), page 409 - 436, 2015
Hopland, Arnt Ove Voter information and electoral outcomes: the Norwegian list of shame Public Choice Volume 161 (1-2), page 233 - 255, 2014
Hopland, Arnt Ove Central government control and fiscal adjustment: Norwegian evidence Economics of Governance Volume 14 (2), page 185 - 203, 2013
More publications in Cristin

Discussion Papers

Department of Business and Management Science, NHH

Research areas at the department

Main: Business Economics

author pages

  • Econometrics

Dissemination

Hopland, A.O., Lisowsky, P., Mardan, M., Schindler, D. 2017. Flexibility in Income shifting under losses. The Accounting Review, forthcoming.

Guajardo, M., Hopland, A.O., Jörnsten, K. 2017. On cooperative game theory, taxation, and a boys’ night out with unhappy ending. Scandinavian Journal of Business Research: Beta, forthcoming.

Hopland, A.O. 2017. Firm size and effective tax rates. Scandinavian Journal of Business Research: Beta, forthcoming