CCE FOR STUDENTS
The researchers involved in this agenda all collaborate with students at the master and PhD level.
We strongly encourage candidates to explore various aspects of the themes listed under research.
PhD projects constitute a central part of the work under this agenda. Candidates are given a unique opportunity to explore important challenges from the perspective of both law and economics. The themes are highly relevant for the private sector, academic institutions and policy institutions in Norway as well as internationally.
For possible master theses, please contact Lene Tangerås Grønnevik for a list of relevant themes or for scheduling a meeting with one of the group members.
MASTER THESIS grant
A master thesis grant is available for current (and former) BUS452 students.
|Master course||BUS452 Corruption - Incentives, disclosure and liability|
|PhD course||REG522 Economic Analysis of corporate misconduct - June 2020
(Highly motivated master students may take the course, too, after contacting Tina Søreide)
|PhD course||REG524 Business Crime: U.S. enforcement against multinational corporations for corruption and fraud|
Research assignments for master students
There are no pending announcements.