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Thore Johnsen joined NHH in 1980. Johnsen holds a PhD from Carnegie Mellon University, USA, 1975. He taught at Northwestern University and Columbia University before returning to NHH in 1980.
Johnsen has been a driving force in the establishment of finance as an academic field in Norway, and is frequently cited in media. He is member of the advisory boards for several Norwegian endowments and has served on the strategic advisory board for the Norwegian Sovereign Wealth Fund.
Johnsen's research interests areas include valuation, risk management and energy markets. He has published in academic journals such as Econometrica, European Economic Review, Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control, and Energy Journal, and has written many applied policy contributions.
|Johnsen, Thore; Holden, Steinar; Moen, Espen Rasmus||Valg av kapitaliseringsrente i erstatningssaker||Samfunnsøkonomen (6); page 18 - 32; 2016|
|Osmundsen, Petter; Emhjellen, Magne; Johnsen, Thore; Kemp, Alexander; Riis, Christian||Petroleum Taxation Contingent on Counter-factual Investment Behaviour||Energy Journal Volume 36 (adelman S.I.); 2015|
|Emhjellen, Magne; Osmundsen, Petter; Johnsen, Thore||Project Valuation - Separate Cash Flow Valuation and the Implied Required Rate of Return||IAEE International Conference; 2015|
|Osmundsen, Petter; Emhjellen, Magne; Johnsen, Thore; Kemp, Alexander; Riis, Christian||Petroleum taxation and investment behaviour||IAEE International Conference; 2014|
Thore Johnsen teaches corporate finance and asset management in the masters’ program at NHH.