Rector Øystein Thøgersen says that NHH’s management is prepared in the event that more infection cases are detected at the school.
Associate professor Torfinn Harding at the Department of economics evaluates Norwegian COVID-19 measures and some of their consequences.
The Norwegian Parliament recently approved a temporary new restructuring law to save businesses following the corona crisis. NHH Finance Professor Karin S Thorburn explains some reasons for and risks connected to the new law.
NHH closed entirely Thursday 12 March at 6:00 pm. The first reports say that the closure will last until 26 March. Go to nhh.no for updates on the situation at NHH, rector Øystein Thøgersen says.
‘«Together for sustainable value creation» captures the essence of our activities in a concise and catchy way,’ says Rector Øystein Thøgersen.
Women with a twin brother drop out of upper secondary and higher education more often than those with a twin sister, a new study shows. ‘Parents need to be aware of these consequences,’ says NHH Professor.
IKEA is the most innovative company in Norway for the second consecutive year, according to the Norwegian Innovation Index developed by CSI at NHH. Mobile company OneCall is the best climber on the index.
A few weeks ago, students at the MBA-programme «Seafood Management» gathered in Tokyo. During their stay, programme director Linda Nøstbakken and some of the students made a video.
Nataliya Gerasimova has joined NHH and the Department of Finance in a tenure-track assistant professor position for seven years.
12 teams from some the world´s top universities are this week competing at a case competition at NHH.
Bergen – known for its dubious rainfall records – still manage to be a very pleasant place to stay during summer. At least when you have joined NHH Summer School: Just have a look at the course on social entrepreneurship!
The day was finally there! On Friday June 17 NHH arranged The Graduation Ceremony for master students who have finished their degree at NHH. Congratulations and good luck to you all.
Norwegians don’t smile to people on the bus or ask strangers how they are doing. Very impolite, say some. ‘We leave people alone. That is Norwegian politeness,’ says NHH researcher Kristin Rygg.
Professor Kjell G Salvanes recently participated at a conference organized by the Research Council of Norway. - Salvanes has been extremely successful in using Norwegian registerdata. Swedish labor researchers are a bit envy, professor Per Johannson said.