Candidates to the board

23 May 2016 10:11

(updated: 23 May 2016 10:43)

Candidates to the board

The election to the Board among the temporary academic staff, will be held on 1 and 2 June 2016. We have three candidates.

Malin Arve

Malin Arve

Position: Assistant Professor
Department: Business and Management Science
Education: PhD in Economics from the Toulouse School of Economics
Research interests: Incentives and contract theory

Why vote for Malin? 

- The combination of a Norwegian background and international experience through studies and work (Toulouse School of Economics, the University of Mannheim, OECD, etc.) puts me in a unique position not only to represent the whole spectrum of non-tenured faculty at NHH but also to promote and preserve diversity within NHH.

I have board experience both from Toulouse and NHH. I believe that communication across department borders is important and have therefore strived to keep regular contact with representatives on all department boards. I hope that you will vote for me and renew my appointment, says Malin.

Stig Lundeby

Stig Lundeby

Position: PhD Research Scholar
Department: Finance
Education: Bachelor's degree from NHH with exchange to Manchester, Master's degree from NHH with exchange to Cornell
Research interests: Asset pricing

Why vote for Stig? 

- During my five years of study at NHH, I have become familiar with many sides of the school. Yet there is a lot left to learn and I would therefore greatly appreciate your input and ideas on what we can do differently and better.

Personally, I have broad academic interests and hope to contribute to more cooperation between the departments, says Stig.

Morten Sæthre

Morten Sæthre

Position: Assistant Professor
Department: Economics
Education: MSc (NHH), PhD in Economics (NHH)
Research: Empirical industrial organization, applied microeconomics

Why I should be elected

- NHH should ensure predictable conditions for temporary employees. Doctoral students and temporary employees outside of tenure track positions should have better opportunities to prepare for the job market. Employees in tenure track positions should meet clear goals, where NHH should consider to make use of the government pilot project for this type of position.

In line with signals from the business sector, we should consider our options for giving our students necessary knowledge about new information technology and data analysis for decision processes, says Morten.

Read a previous article about the election (18. April): three candidates nominated from non-tenured faculty. In the article you will find the election regulations and electoral roll. 

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