Research at CEE

Research at CEE

The Corporate Compliance and Enforcement Research Agenda encourages collaboration across law and the various sub-disciplines at NHH. This includes business management, economics, finance, accounting and more.

Themes that motivated the agenda include:
THE DETERRENT EFFECT OF PENALTIES

Criminal law sanctions in economic crime cases

COHERENCE

How different remedies and sanctions interact

SETTLEMENTS

The use of non-trial resolutions as an enforcement mode

NON-CRIMINAL REGULATION OF

Corporate liability

COORDINATION BETWEEN ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES

The institutional environment for law enforcement

BUSINESS CLIMATE CHALLENGES

Corporate compliance in international markets

ETHICAL DIMENSIONS OF

Business-related practices that are damaging but not illegal

Selected publications

Authors Title Publication

Eds. E. Brousseau, J. M. Glachant and J. Sgard. Oxford

Regulating Corruption in International Markets: Why Governments Introduce Laws They Fail to Enforce

Chapter in The Oxford Handbook on International Economic Governance and Market Regulation

Kolstad, I. 

Too big to fault? Effects of the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize on Norwegian exports to China and foreign policy

(forthcoming) International Political Science Review

Hjelmeng, E. J., Søreide, T.

Bribes, Crimes and law enforcement

European Business Law Review, 28(1), s 19- 40 (2017)

Auriol, E., Hjelmeng, E. J., Søreide, T.

Deterring corruption and cartels: In search of a coherent approach

Concurrence: Law & Economics, Issue 1 (2017)

Kolstad, I. and Kinyondo, A. 

Alternatives to local content requirements in resource-rich countries

Oxford Development Studies, 45, 4, 409-423 (2017)

Kolstad, I. 

Three questions about engagement and exclusion in responsible investment

Business Ethics: A European Review, 25, 1, 45-58 (2016)

Kolstad, I. and Villanger, E. 

Determinants of foreign direct investment in services

European Journal of Political Economy, 24, 2, 518-533 (2008)