Closing the Circle kick off this week
Three female NHH researchers kicked off the workshop series Closing the Circle at NHH this week.
Closing the Circle is a workshop series focusing on female faculty at NHH Norwegian School of Economics.
ÌNCREASE THE AWARENESS´
The goal of the workshops is to offer female researchers a platform to talk about their own research and to get acquainted with colleagues at NHH.
As Malin Arve, Associate Professor at the Department of Business and Management Science and Vice Rector for Research, says:
`We need to increase the awareness of the research contributions made by women at NHH`.
FIRST STOP: DEPARTEMENT OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCE
Together with Associate Professor Evelina Gavrilova-Zoutman and Assistant Professor Aruna Divya Tatavarthy, she wants to showcase female faculty and research across departments as well as beyond the school’s physical borders.
Elisa Casi-Eberhard is Assistant Professor at the Department of Business and Management Science and Marie Skłodowska Curie Fellow (2023-2025). She received her PhD from the University of Mannheim. Her research focuses on the determinants and consequences of corporate disclosure and how tax policies affect individual and corporate tax compliance. Casi-Eberhard is a researcher at the Norwegian Centre for Taxation (NoCeT) at NHH.
DECISION MAKING, TAX AND CRIME
Aysil Emirmahmutoglu is Assistant Professor at the Department of Business and Management Science. She obtained her PhD from the Erasmus University Rotterdam and Tinbergen Institute. Her research focuses on behavioral economics.
Her research focuses on behavioral economics. She is interested in decision making under risk and uncertainty from both theoretical and experimental perspectives.
Evelina Gavrilova-Zoutman is Associate Professor at the Department of Business and Management Science. She received her PhD in Economics, University of Turin, hosted at Collegio Carlo Alberto 2014. She is currently collaborating on a grant from the Norwegian Research Council on the effects of the payroll tax. Her research interests include the economics of crime, assortative matching and taxation.