Published papers

Published papers

Academic publications - published papers, chapters, books.

  • Theme 1: International Growth and Value Creation

    Theme 1: International Growth and Value Creation

    2016

    • Brewster, Chris., Gooderham, Paul N. and Mayrhofer, Wolfgang, (2016). "Human resource management: the promise, the performance, the consequences", Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance, (3): 2, 181 – 190.
    • Gooderham, Paul N., Ulset, Svein and Elter, Frank. (2016). Beyond Local Responsiveness - Multi-domestic Multinationals at the Bottom-of-the-Pyramid. In T. Ambos, B. Ambos and J. Birkinshaw, Research in Global Strategic Management, vol.18. Emerald: Bingely, pp. 3-26.

    2015

    • Du Rietz, S. (2015). Valuation devices orientation to each other: Imitation and differentiation among devices valuing companies social and environmental performance. In M. Kornberger, L. Justesen, J. Mouritsen & A. Koed Madsen (Eds.), Making things valuable (pp. 148-166). Oxford University Press.
    • Du Rietz, S. (2015). Responsible Investment in Sweden. In T. Hebb, J. P. Hawley, A. G. F. Hoepner, A. Neher & D. Wood (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Responsible investment (pp. 336-344 ). London: Routledge.
    • Gooderham, P.N., Zhang, M. and Jordahl, A.  (2015). Effective boundary spanners in IJVs experiencing performance down-turn.  In A.A. Camillo (ed). Global Enterprise Management, Volume II, New Perspectives on Challenges and Future Developments Palgrave Macmillan. Pp.91-106.
    • Gooderham, P.N., Ulset, S. and Elter, F. Beyond Local Responsiveness - Multi-domestic Multinationals at the Bottom-of-the-Pyramid. In T. Ambos, B. Ambos and J. Birkinshaw, Research in Global Strategic Management, vol. 18. Emerald. (forthcoming).
    • Stensaker, I. and Gooderham, P.N. (2015). Designing global leadership development programmes that promote social capital and knowledge sharing. European Journal of International Management. 9(4), 442-462.

    2014

    • Du Rietz, S. (2014): Sweden: CSR as a non-union arena for union issues. In M. Gold, L. Preuss & C. Rees (Eds.), Corporate Social Responsibility and Trade Unions Perspectives across Europe (pp. 169-184). London: Routledge.
    • Elter, F., Gooderham, P.N. and Ulset, S. (2014):Functional-level transformation in multi-domestic MNCs: Transforming local purchasing into globally integrated purchasing. Advances in International Management, vol. 27, 101-122.
    • Gooderham, P.N., Zhang, M. and Jordahl, A. (forthcoming): Effective boundary spanners in IJVs experiencing performance down-turn.  In A.A. Camillo (ed). New Perspectives on the Challenges and Future Developments of Global Enterprise Management.  Palgrave Macmillan.
    • Gooderham, P.N. Nordhaug, O. and Grøgaard, B. (2014): The Multinational Company. In A. Jordahl, R. Rønning and B. Espedal (eds.) Leadership Development Multinational Companies. Bergen: Fagbokforlaget, pp. 19-30.
    • Gunnigle, P., Pulignano, V., Edwards, T., Belizón, M.J., Navrbjerg, S., Olsen, K.M. & Susaeta, L. (forthcoming). Advancing Understanding on Industrial Relations in Multinational Companies: Key Research Challenges and the Intrepid Contribution. Journal of Industrial Relations.
    • Jordahl, A., Rønning, R., Espedal, B. (eds.), (2014): Leadership Development in Multinational Companies: Context and Collaboration. Bergen: Fagbokforlaget.
    • Wang, J. and Gooderham, P.N. (2014): Institutional change and regional development in China: The case of commodity trading markets. Environment & Planning C: Government & Policy 32, 471-490.
  • Theme 2: Leading Knowledge Workers

    Theme 2: Leading Knowledge Workers

    2016

    • Frogner, Marit S., Mjøs, Marita og Nesheim, Torstein (2016). «Interorganisatorisk prosjekt som verktøy mot sosial dumping: Utfordringer i planleggings- og oppstartfasen», i Beta, nr. 1: 78-95.
    • Ly, Annelise (2016). “International internal communication: a transdisciplinary approach”, PhD thesis, NHH.
    • Ly, Annelise (2016). Internal email communication in the workplace: is there an “East-West divide”? Intercultural Pragmatics, Vol 13, 1 37-70.
    • Nesheim, Torstein (2016a). “Kriseledelse og organisering”, Magma, nr. 4: 39-49.
    • Olsen, Karen M. Sverdrup, Therese E., Nesheim, Torstein & Kalleberg, Arne L., (2016). «Multiple foci of Commitment in a Professional Service Firm: Balancing Complex Employment Relations», Human Resource Management Journal.
    • Olsen, Karen M. (2016). «The power of workers: Knowledge work and the power balance in Scandinavian countries», Employee Relations, vol. 38(3): 390-405.
    • Olsen, Karen M. (2016). “Utfordringer ved midlertidighet i organisasjoner”, Magma, nr. 3.
    • Sverdrup, Therese E., Schei, Vidar and Tjølsen, Øystein (forthcoming). Expecting the unexpected: Using team charters to handle disruptions and facilitate team performance. Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice.
    • Sverdrup, Therese E. (2016). Oppfylte og brutte løfter på arbeidsplassen: Hvilken innvirkning har den psykologiske kontrakten på medarbeideres motivasjon? In R. Buch, A. Dysvik & B. Kuvaas (Eds.), Produktiv motivasjon i arbeidslivet (pp. 261-287). Oslo: Cappelen Damm.
    • Sverdrup, Therese. E. (2016). Når kontraktene er psykologiske. In Skjelbred, T. A. (ed.) Perspektiver på PR. Bergen: Fagbokforlaget.

    2015

    • Bjørge, A. K. and Whittaker, S. (2015). Language management in a multinational workforce. HermesJournal of language and communication in business 2015, No. 54, 137-160.
    • Bjørge, A.K. and Whittaker, S.(2015). Corporate values: a linguistic approach. International journal of cross cultural management 2015, Vol 15(3), 347-362.
    • Gooderham, P. N., Navrbjerg, S. E., Olsen, K. M., & Steen, C. R. (2015). “The labor market regimes of Denmark and Norway - One Nordic model?” Journal of Industrial Relations, 57(2), 166-186.
    • Gunnigle, P., Pulignano, V., Edwards, T., Belizón, M.J., Navrbjerg, S., Olsen, K.M. &
    • Susaeta, L. (2015). Advancing Understanding on Industrial Relations in Multinational Companies:  Key Research Challenges and the INTREPID Contribution. Journal of Industrial Relations, 57 (2).
    • Kalleberg, A. L., Nesheim, T., & Olsen, K. M. (2015). “Job quality in triadic employment relations: Work attitudes of Norwegian temporary help agency employees”, Scandinavian Journal of Management, 31(3), 362-374. Available online.
    • Ly, A. (October 2015). Getting Access to Language Data in the Workplace: Role Enactment as a Data-generation Method, in "The Ins and Outs of Business and Professional Discourse Research, Reflections on interacting with the Workplace", Edited by Glen Alessi, Geert Jacobs, Palgrave Mc Millan
    • Mjelde, M. og Nesheim, T. (2015). «Ledelse i ulike kontekster», Magma, nr 2: 62-72.
    • Mæhle, N. (2015). Gamification as a Motivational Driver i Cogent Business & Management, Social Media in Management.
    • Nesheim, T. & Hunskaar, H,. (2015).When employees and external consultants work together on projects: Challenges of knowledge sharing”, International Journal of Project Management, 33 (7): 17-24.
    • Olsen, K. M. (2015). “The power of workers. Knowledge work and the power balance in Scandinavian countries”, Forthcoming Employee Relations.
    • Sandvik, A. M., Espedal, B., & Selart, M. (2015). Leadership Drivers of Organizational Creativity: A Path Model of Creative Climate in a Professional Service Firm. Beta, 29.
    • Sandvik, A. M, Gooderham, P., Terjesen, S., & Espedal, B. (2015). Hvem vegrer seg mest for kreativitet? Norske eller amerikanske økonomistudenter. Beta, nr. 2. 2015.
    • Schei, V., & Nerbø, I. (2015). The invisible learning ceiling: Informal learning among    preschool teachers and assistants in a Norwegian kindergarten. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 26, 299-328.
    • Smith, J. & Nesheim, T. (2015). «Knowledge sharing in organizations: Does employment arrangement matter”, Personnel Review. Available online.
    • Sverdup, T. E. & Schei, V. (2015). “Cut me some slack”: Psychological contracts as a foundation for understanding team charters. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science(published online).

    2014

    • Nesheim, T., Fahle, B. and Tobiassen, A.E: (2014): “When external consultants work on internal projects: Exploring managerial challenges”, in Koene, B., Galais, N. and Garsten. C. (eds.): Management and Organization of Temporary Agency Work. Routledge.
    • Nesheim, T. and Gressgård, L.J. (2014): “Knowledge sharing in a complex organization: antecedents and safety effects”. Safety Science, 62, 28-36.
    • Olsen, K. M. (2014): Deltakelse og medvirkning i HRM. In A. Mikkelsen & T. Laudal (Eds.), Strategisk HRM Cappelen Damm Akademisk.
    • Smith, J. and Nesheim, T. (forthcoming): "Knowledge sharing in projects: Does employment arrangement matter?" Personnel Review.
    • Sverdrup, T. (2014): «Psykologisk kontrakt - et nytt ledelsesperspektiv?» Magma - Tidsskrift for økonomi og ledelse 2014; v.05. s. 64-71.
    • Sverdrup, T. (2014): «Psykologiske kontrakter i team.» Beta, v.2. s.118-135.
  • Theme 3: Dynamic Approaches to Management Control

    Theme 3: Dynamic Approaches to Management Control

    2016

    • Bourmistrov, Anatoli and Kaarbøe, Katarina (forthcoming) Tensions in Attention: Use of information from budgets and Balanced Scorecard in handling the crisis in a telecom company in distress. JAO (Journal of Accounting and Organizational Change).
    • Heinzelmann, Rafael (2016). Comparing Professions in UK and German-Speaking Management Accounting. Accounting in Europe 2016; Vol. 13 (1), pp. 103-120
    • Heinzelmann, Rafael (2016). Making up performance: the construction of “performance” in venture capital firms’ portfolios. Qualitative Research in Accounting and Management; vol. 13 (4), pp. 445-471.
    • Madsen, Dag Ø. and Johanson, Daniel (2016). ”Examining Customer Relationship Management from a Management Fashion Perspective, Cogent Business & Management, vol. 3.
    • Madsen, Dag Ø. and Johanson, Daniel (2016). “The emergence and evolution of benchmarking: A management fashion perspective”, reviewed and resubmitted, Benchmarking: An International journal.
    • Meidell, Anita and Kaarbøe, Katarina (forthcoming) How experts influence decision-making in the organization – a field study of enterprise risk management function in a non-financial company. BAR (British Journal of Accounting Research).
    • Meidell, Anita and Kaarbøe, Katarina (2016). How enterprise risk management function influences decision-making in the organization – a field study of a non-financial company. British Accounting Review, in press.
    • Robbestad, Anne and Kaarbøe, Katarina (2016). The construction of the income statement in public sector – a study of change agents struggle. Journal of Accounting and Organizational Change.  386-407.

    2015

    • Bourmistov, A., Helle, G. and Kaarbøe, K. (2015). Creative imagination» or «the intelligent machine - Use of scenarios for the long-term planning by companies in different industries i Norway. Working paper.
    • Døving, E. og Gooderham, P. N. (2015). HR-feltet i Norge 1995-2014: Stabilitet og profesjonalisering?  SNF-rapport nr. 14/15.
    • Gooderham, P., Morley, M., Parry, E., and Stavrou, E.  (2015). National and firm level drivers of the devolution of HRM decision making to line managers. Journal of International Business Studies, 46(6), 715-723). ABS – 4*
    • Gooderham, P. N., Fenton-O’Creevy, M., Croucher, R.,  and Brookes, M.,  (forthcoming) A multi-level analysis of the use of individual pay-for-performance systems.  Journal of Management. ABS – 4*
    • Gulbrandsen E. A., Jørgensen S., Kaarbøe, K., Tynes Pedersen, L. J. (2015). Developing Management Control Systems for Sustainable Business Models. BETA. Pp. 10-25.
    • Heinzelmann, R. (2015). Managing conflicting logics of Beyond Budgeting and Enterprise Resource Planning Systems integration, BETA Scandinavian Journal of Business Research, Vol. 29, no. 1, pp. 25-48.
    • Heinzelmann, R. (2015). Insights of using Beyond Budgeting ideas for performance management and control in Norwegian companies, Zeitschrift für Controlling, No. 2, pp. 96-101.
    • Heinzelmann, R. (forthcoming). Comparing professions in UK and German-speaking management accounting, Accounting in Europe.
    • Kaarbøe, K. and Tynes Pedersen, L. J. (2015). Innovation in Business Models and Management Control Systems: Introduction to the Special issue. BETA, pp. 6-9.
    • Meidell, A., Kaarbøe, K., and Aven, E. (2015). Enterprise Risk Management i Statoil – en balansegang mellom evolusjonære og revolusjonære faser. Magma. Desember.
    • Sandvik, A. M., Gooderham, P., Terjesen, S. og Espedal, B. (2015). Hvem vegrer seg mest for kreativitet? Norske eller amerikanske økonomistudenter. Beta, nr. 2, 2015.

    2014

    • Bjørnenak T., and  K. Kaarbøe and L A Samuelson (2014): «Ett årsstyring». In eds (F Nilsson and N-G Olve) Controller handboken. Stockholm: Liber.
    • Bourmistrov, A. and Hansen, O. B. (2014): “Accounting for Sustainability: The Role of Responsibility and Cognitive Models in Advancing Sustainability Accounting Research”, Chapter 7 in Bourmistrov, A. and Olson, O. (eds) Accounting, Management Control and Institutional Development, Cappelen Damm Akademisk, Oslo, pp. 111-123.
    • Du Rietz, S. (2014): “When accounts become information: a study of investors’ ESG analysis practice”. Scandinavian Journal of Management, 30(4), 395-408.
    • Gerdin, J., Messner, M., Mouritsen, J. (2014): On the significance of accounting for managerial work. Scandinavian Journal of Management 30(4), 389-394.
    • Gooderham, P.N., Navrbjerg, S, Olsen, K.M., Steen, C.R.  (2014): “Labor Market Regimes of Denmark and Norway - A Parting of the Ways?” Journal of Industrial Relations.
    • Gooderham, P., Stavrou, E., Morley, M. Parry, E.  (Forthcoming) “Formal and informal national level institutions and firm-level influences as drivers of the devolution of HRM decision-making power to line managers”. Journal of International Business Studies.
    • Goretzki, L. & Messner, M. (2014): Business Partnering in der Praxis etablieren. Controlling & Management Review, 58(2), 8-15.
    • Heinzelmann, R. (forthcoming): “Insights of using Beyond Budgeting ideas for performance management and control in Norwegian companies”, Zeitschrift für Controlling, 96-101.
    • Kaarbøe, K., C Andvik and A Meidell (2014): “Enterprise Risk Management Practices – What are the Drivers for Differences?” In (eds. A. Bourmistrov and O. Olson) “Accounting, Management Control and Institutional Development”. Oslo: Cappelen Damm Akademiske.
    • Stolowy, H., Messner, M., Jeanjean, T. & Baker, R. (2014): The construction of a trustworthy investment opportunity: Insights from the Madoff fraud. Contemporary Accounting Research, 31(2), 354–397.
  • Theme 4: Developing Capacity for Change

    Theme 4: Developing Capacity for Change

    2016

    • Espedal, Bjarne (2016). Understanding how balancing autonomy and power might occur in leading organizational change. European Management Journal,
    • Espedal, Bjarne (2016). Leading change: autonomy and power as enabling conditions. Beta – Scandinavian Journal of Business Research, 2.
    • Johansen, Svein Tvedt; Bjarne Espedal; Kjell Grønhaug and Marcus Selart (2016). Trusting as adapting. In S. Jagd and L. Fuglesang (ed.), Trust, Organizations and Social Interaction, UK, Edward Elgar, 21-42.
    • Nesse, Synnøve (2016). (Redaktør) Spesialnummer: Kriseledelse. Magma, Fagbokforlaget, nr. 4.
    • Nesse, Synnøve (2016). Perspektiver på effektiv kriseledelse. Magma. Econas tidsskrift for økonomi og ledelse, Fagbokforlaget, nr. 4, s. 14-15.
    • Nesse, Synnøve (2016). Et helhetlig perspektiv på rekruttering, seleksjon og utvikling av kriseledelseskompetanse. Magma. Econas tidsskrift for økonomi og ledelse, Fagbokforlaget, nr 4, s. 56-68.
    • Schwarz, Garvin M. and Stensaker, Inger (2016).  Showcasing phenomenon-driven research on organizational change. Journal of change management. Special issue on PDR.
    • Stensaker, Inger G. og Haueng, Anne C. (2016). Omstilling. Den uforutsigbare gjennomføringsfasen. Fagbokforlaget.

    2015

    • Espedal, B. (2015). Is managerial discretion good or bad for organizational adaptiveness. Leadership, 11, 142-157
    • Espedal, B. (2016). Understanding how balancing autonomy and power might happen in leading organizational change. European Journal of Management (forthcoming).
    • Johannesen, S. T., Espedal, B. & Grønhaug, K. (2015). Trusting as adapting. Kap. i bok som vil bli utgitt av Edward Elgar, høsten 2015.
    • Nesse, S. (2015). Hva kan vi lære fra kriseledelse om endringsledelse? Planlagt improvisasjon som virkemiddel. Magma, november.
    • Sandvik, A. M. and Espedal, B. (2015). Leadership drivers of organizational creativity. Beta, 29, 74-90.
    • Rydland, M. (2015). Hvilken rolle spiller mellomlederen? Og spiller det noen rolle for evnen til å bygge endringskapasitet? Magma, november.
    • Stensaker, I. G., Colman, H.L. & Elter, F. (2015). Jakten på effektiviseringsgevinster. Global integrering og standardisering. Magma,  november.
    • Sverdrup, T. E. & Olsen, T. G. (2015). Hvordan motivere ansatte til endring gjennom dialog og styrking av den psykologiske kontrakten. Magma,  november.
    • Schei, V., Sverdrup, T. E., Lund, J., & Riise, S. (2015). Fra transaksjon til relasjon? Eventyret om regnskapsføreren som ingen kunne skremme. Magma, november.

    2014

    • Schwarz & Stensaker, (2014): Time to take off the theoretical straightjacket and (re-)introduce phenomenon-driven research. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science. Vol. 50(4): Pg. 478-501.
    • Schwarz, G. & Stensaker, I.G. (2014): Progress in Evidence: You Can’t Always Get What You Want. Commentary in Journal of Applied Behavioral Science. Vol 50(1): Pg. 34-39.
    • Stensaker, I. (2014): Hvem tror du at du er? Hvordan identitetsarbeid kan utvide ledelsen handlingsrom. Handlingsrom for konkurransepolitikk. Festskrift for Christine B. Meyer. John Grieg Forlag. Pg. 116-124.
    • Sverdrup, T. E. & Schei, V. (2014): Cut me some slack: Psychological contracts as a foundation for team charters. Conditional accept in Journal of Applied Behavioral Science.