‘Firms and universities must take diversity and inclusion seriously. Many already do, but there is still room for progress,’ says NHH Professor Astrid Kunze to Authority Magazine.
NHH Norwegian School of Economics is ranked as number 45 on the Financial Times’ overall ranking, same as last year.
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Recently NHH had a wreath ceremony in memory of Thorolf Rafto and his work for human rights. Defense for Children International participated on behalf of Rafto Prize winner DCIP.
On Monday 11 December 2023 Kyriaki Tselika will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend her thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
Madeleine Bjørnestad Røed welcomes more female investors. She believes that many of today’s leaders, who are often men, may hamper women’s career opportunities by adhering to established structures. Røed is NHH Alumni of the Year in 2023.
‘If we are to meet the digital needs of future generations of customers, we need more young leaders,’ says Ieva Martinkenaite, Head of Research and Innovation at Telenor.
On Monday 20 November 2023 Christer André Flatøy will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
Ingar K. Haaland receives NOK 8 million in funding through the Researcher Project for Young Talents. He is now starting a research project on media bias and political polarization.
Black History Month 2023: `Be Curious, Say Yes And Dare To Take Up Space´, NHHE Alumni Danat Tekie says.
Shania Marcella Kalpee (27) from Trinidad and Tobago is living her best life in Norway. ‘The beauty of the city Bergen took me by surprise.’
Siri Pettersen Strandenes is awarded the Onassis Prize for her research work in shipping. ‘I hope this will inspire the next generation of young, talented women,’ Professor Emerita Strandenes says.
Over 11 per cent of Norwegian children grow up in poor families. ‘We need to increase child benefit. That would halve the proportion of children living in poverty,’ says NHH professor Kjell G. Salvanes.
The Financial Times has ranked the world's 100 best EMBA programmes. ‘It consolidates NHH’s position as a leading international business school,’ says NHH Rector Øystein Thøgersen.
Professor Trond M. Døskeland will increase knowledge of asset management and private equity funds through an endowed professorship from Argentum.
The Norwegian School of Economics has a world-class full-time master's programme, according to the Financial Times’s latest rankings.
Football president Lise Klaveness became world famous after her Qatar speech in 2022, when she criticized the powerful FIFA organization. She is this year's Lehmkuhl lecturer at NHH on Wednesday 4 October.
Ulf Mohrmann starts his career as an Associate Professor at NHH with a bang: His new paper on the information processing of bank depositors is to be published in Management Science.
A fast-track academic career at NHH: This week Mathias Ekström was promoted to Full Professor in the field of behavioral economics. `It is an honor and a bit overwhelming´.
On Tuesday October 3 2023 Atle Haugen will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
On Tuesday September 26, 2023, Andre Lot will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
On Wednesday September 20, 2023, Markus Lithell will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
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Professor Caroline Flammer is NHH’s new Visiting Professor in Business and Human Rights. Flammer holds the Thorolf Rafto Memorial Lecture 5 September.
A new NHH study, "Second-Best Fairness: The Trade-off between False Positives and False Negatives", is published in the September issue of American Economic Review.
An expert committee is to investigate the capital structure in the savings bank sector. NHH finance professor Karin Thorburn is appointed member of the committee.
Therese Egeland, NHH's expert on organizational psychology and teamwork and host of the podcast "Leadership", has become a professor.
Evelina Gavrilova-Zoutman has been promoted to professor in the field of tax and public economics, and economics of crime.
On Monday 4 September 2023 Pablo Ignacio Soto Mota will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
On Tuesday 29 August 2023 Alessandro Pizzigolotto will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
Benjamin Haldorsen (24) from Bergen is combing his bachelor's studies with chess. ‘Having a foot in the worlds of both business and sports has given me several exciting opportunities,’ he says to Forbes.
NHH student Erik Tien Huynh (22) talked to about 50 farmers to gain access to land. Now he has 15 employees and expects an excellent summer season. ‘The goal is to sell several tonnes of berries.’
NHH alumnus Fredrik Thomassen manages 700 employees in the Silicon Valley company Superside. When he visited NHH, he talked about what happened when their bank First Republic Bank collapsed.
Mari Larsen Sæther (26) have a mother who happily remove rubbish from the street and a father who taught her to repair rather than buy new things. Now she is a business developer at the waste technology company Carrot.
‘This support enables us to continue our important work, driving collaboration and innovation among European educational institutions,’ says NHH Rector Øystein Thøgersen.
The Norwegian School of Economics is establishing the bachelor's programme BSc in Business, Economics and Data Science from the autumn of 2024.
It is time to say goodbye to some of our student ambassadors. Read what they will miss from NHH, and the best advice they have ever received.
NHH Executive and AFF can boast a record-high ranking on the Financial Times sub-ranking, advancing two places from last year.
NHH Professor Eirik Sjåholm Knudsen has become an Excellent Teaching Practitioner.
Malin Arve, Steffen Juranek, Eirik Sjåholm Knudsen and Vincent Somville have been promoted to full professor at NHH Norwegian School of Economics.
In the end of June, Professor Astrid Kunze organizes a two-day international workshop on gender inequalities and challenges to shaping an inclusive work-life.
Isabella and Henrik Müller-Hansen are donating a total of NOK 1.25 million to an annual award that goes to NHH researchers who demonstrate extraordinary effort in teaching.
`Historically, we see a movement towards greater economic and political equality. I believe there is reason to be optimistic, said Thomas Piketty, giving this year's Sandmo Lecture at NHH.
On Tuesday 27 June 2023 Halldor Örn Engilbertsson will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
On Tuesday June 20 2023, Øivind André Strand Aase will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
On Friday 16 June 2023 Bård Fyhn will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
Associate Professor Francisco Santos has received this year´s Bronsesvampen for his extraordinarily good teaching effort.
Three female NHH researchers kicked off the workshop series Closing the Circle at NHH this week.
Thomas Piketty gives «The Sandmo Lecture on Public Policy» on Friday 9 June at NHH Norwegian School of Economics.
On Friday 2 June 2023 René Karadakic will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
Youngsters want to live climate-friendly, but are not willing to give up holiday flights, shows study from NHH and UiB.
On Wednesday 31 May 2023 Yi Lin will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend her thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
On Tuesday 30 May 2023 Cassandra Lee Fredrickson Torgnes will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend her thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
On Tuesday 30 May 2023 Kjetil Røiseland Madland will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
Marte Johansen Rognli (23) from Alta hardly knew anyone when she moved to Bergen – the city between the seven mountains. Now she wants to learn more about finance, by taking one of NHH’s nine specialisations.
Professor Bertil Tungodden at the Department of Economics at the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH) turns 60 on Thursday 4 May. He is a giant in international research, deeply committed to his subject, with a unique ability to infect others with his enthusiasm.
On Wednesday 24 May 2023 Sara Abrahamsson will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend her thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
The coronavirus pandemic did not put a damper on NHH students’ careers, according to a new survey. ‘Always a demand for talented business graduates.’
For the fourth year in a row, the Norwegian School of Economics has the country’s most popular study programmes: 2,170 applicants have NHH as their first choice. ‘A rock-solid education for the labour market of the future,’ says Rector Øystein Thøgersen.
`We need to increase the awareness of the research contributions made by women at NHH ´, Associate Professor and Vice Rector for research Malin Arve says.
The gender pay gap widens significantly after women have children, but this can be reduced if parental duties are shared more evenly. Norwegian men are succeeding as first movers in this area, where few other countries have ventured.
‘Technological and economics skills are becoming more important than ever,’ says former NHH student, Aelon Nicolson. He is now working as a Global Data Specialist at Bloomberg in London.
On Thursday 12 April 2023 Christina Roe Steen will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend her thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
Ten international NHH researchers have gone through a linguistic transformation. ‘They truly are amazing,’ says Kari Johanne Oma, who teaches Norwegian at NHH.
Those promoting sustainability need to create better narratives to generate support.
When it comes to artificial intelligence, we develop solutions that we don’t fully understand, and so we don’t understand their implications. Consequently, we also don’t understand what ethical dilemmas may arise.
The Fridtjof Nansen award for young researchers 2023 goes to NHH Professor Katrine V. Løken. She receives the prestigious prize for her excellent research in economics.
Vilde Glesnes (24) completed her master's degree during the pandemic and was offered a job while she was still a student. The same is true for most of the people with whom she studied.
As part of the Authority Magazine series about leadership during turbulent times, they had an interview with Aksel Mjøs, Head of the Department of Finance.
Since FIFA announced the 2026 World Cup is to feature 48 teams organized in 16 three-team groups, a lot of criticism has been raised by fans, media, and researchers.
The influx of rich Norwegians into Switzerland is increasing. New calculations clearly show that this is about exploiting a tax loophole to avoid paying the bill for deferred income tax.
This year's NHH Symposium asks how we will shape Norway's future over the next seven years. ‘Our ambition is to point out the possibilities,’ says programme executive Harald Sollohub Stensaker.
The latest study Barometer survey shows that NHH scores particularly well when it comes to relevance to working life. ‘Our students are among the most satisfied in Norway,’ says Vice Rector Stig Tenold.
`During my career I have met other women who are passionate about what they do, and they have fun doing so. They have made me want to be like them´, Associate Professor at NHH, Malin Arve says.
NHH students Tobias Myrvoll (24) and Peder Undeli (25) wrote their master’s thesis on the price effects of the power cable between Norway and Germany. The Department of Business and Management Science awarded it master's thesis of the year.
NHH researchers Geir Drage Berentsen and Håkon Otneim will use statistics to help the business world adapt to the rapidly changing climate.
Dinogen Uruthiran (23) is the leader of what is perhaps Norway's most active student association. His advice to new students: ‘Do what keeps you motivated.’
The electric car giant excels in the Norwegian Innovation Index 2022. ‘Tesla has turned the car industry upside down,’ says NHH Professor Tor W. Andreassen.
On Tuesday 21 February 2023 Gabriel Fuentes Lezcano will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
Haiying Jia was recently appointed full professor at NHH. She is an expert on shipping and finance. During her PhD in UK, she worked as an investment analyst in London.
In English, the Norwegian term ‘minibank’ does not translate to ‘minibank’. And you cannot simply translate ‘konstituert leder’ into ‘constituted leader’. NHH Norwegian School of Economics’ new, freely available term base can help avoid the most embarrassing mistakes.
'This isn’t an essay about trans rights or what it means to be a woman. It is an essay about how language shapes the way we see each other, and language reaches far beyond the trans debate.'
This week, head of the Energy Commission, NHH professor Lars Sørgard, presented the commission´s conclusions and recommendations. How can Norway increase its electricity production in the future?
On Thursday February 9 2023 Rasmus Noss Bang will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
‘We want to contribute to more NHH students gaining competence and practical experience within the Norwegian asset management environment,’ says NHH's Rector Øystein Thøgersen.
PhD candidate David Ogudugu spends his days writing his doctoral thesis at NHH. Last year, he swapped NHH and Bergen for Rutgers University in Newark.
NHH professor Katrine V. Løken will lead an expert group that will look at how kindergartens, schools and day care facilities for schoolchildren (SFO) can contribute to equalizing social differences.
In 2022, Alexander Willén received NOK 8 million in funding through the Researcher Project for Young Talents. Read his tips about the application process.
For many of us, it would probably be a good idea to tighten our belts. But do we have to? And what about those who can’t tighten their belts any further? So asks Victor Norman in the newspaper Dagens Næringsliv.
Mina Henni Røhme (25) and Ina Lisa Tobiassen (24) received the award for best master’s thesis in 2022 at the Department of Economics.
On Thursday 12 January 2023 André Wattø Sjuve will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
On Tuesday 10 January 2023 Oda Kristine Storstad Sund will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend her thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
Last week the EU Court Justice made a striking decision. The court says that a 2018 directive intended to mandate the collection and exchange of information about cross-border tax arrangements, violates the lawyer-client confidentiality.
Currently, tax transparency ranks high on governments’ agenda as being one of the key policy tools to reduce tax avoidance and evasion. This week NHH and SNF arranged a conference on tax transparency.
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NHH is ranked as number 45 on the Financial Times’ overall ranking and has thus climbed ten places compared with last year's ranking.
Don't fear doomsday, but invest in innovation before a crisis hits, says Professor Bram Timmermans. Handling external shocks was the topic when NHH and Telenor invited to "The HUB Summit".
NHH recently released the online course ‘Business Models for Sustainability’ in what is known as a MOOC. It is free and available to anyone who is interested. ‘The potential is enormous,’ Sveinung Jørgensen says.
On Monday 5 December 2022 Hussnain Bashir will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
Associate Professor Morten Sæthre has been awarded an ERC Starting Grant for his project «Distributional Effects of Environmental Policy: DEEP».