Leif Hem started his career at NHH in 1992. In 1995, he finished the Cand. merc. at the Institute of Marketing, NHH. He received his dr. oecon in marketing in 2001, became an associate professor at NHH in January 2002, and a pofessor in 2008.
From 1993 he has been a researcher at SNF. Hem has also worked as an associate professor at BI (2001), and has a 20% position at USN.
He has been responsible for a large number of executive programs at NHH (EMBA, etc.).
The research focus is on consumer behavior and brand management in general and on behavior in the sharing economy, impact of weather on consumer behavior, and crowding in particular. The methodological focus covers different techniques within both qualitative as well as quantitative approaches.
The teaching obligations at NHH relates to MBM402 Brand Equity and SOL2 Marketing. Furthermore, Hem is also contributing to programs at the NHH Executive.
|Jacobsen, Jens Kristian Steen; Iversen, Nina Marianne; Hem, Leif Egil||Hotspot crowding and over-tourism: Antecedents of destination attractiveness||Annals of Tourism Research Volume 76; page 53 - 66; 2019|
|Hem, Leif Egil; Iversen, Nina Marianne||Hvordan påvirker været vårt forbruk?||Magma - Tidsskrift for økonomi og ledelse Volume 22 (4); page 23 - 32; 2019|
|Bravo, Rafael; Hem, Leif Egil; Pina, Jose M||Online Brand Expansion Towards the Offline Setting: Which Way to Go?||Digital Marketing and Consumer Engagement: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications; page 383 - 405; 2018|
|Iversen, Nina Marianne; Hem, Leif Egil||Effects of nature-based visitor motivations on appraisals of destination & attraction desirability: a Norwegian case study||Beta Volume 32 (2); page 204 - 233; 2018|