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CEOs Personal Risk Attitudes and Corporate Financing and Investment
This project studies to what extent firm policies are affected by managers’ personal assets allocation, asset allocation, and founders' opportunity cost
Co-Creation: Expectations, Challenges and Coping Strategies in Norwegian Local Governments (ECCO)
This research project aims to unravel the expectations of Norwegian local governments to the introduction
of new forms of co-creation, analyse how co-creation practices challenge established forms of governance
based on Classical Public Administration and New Public Management, and identify and assess the coping
strategies deployed by local public managers who are aiming to deal with the current transformations.
Darkness on the horizon? Exploring the response to contestation of trade policy in Europe
Free trade is under pressure. Fear of job losses and growing inequality has given rise to calls for protectionism and economic nationalism.
Democratic Urban Development in the Digital Age (DEMUDIG)
The DEMUDIG project investigates the extent and influence of citizen participation through ICT and social media in urban governance.
Gender, citizenship and academic power - GAP
GAP will investigate how globalization and internationalization influence the gender balance in research and higher education.
Heterogeneous Investors and Asset Allocations
In this project, we study how Norwegian households respond to monetary policy changes and how their asset allocation varies with their personal experience and education background.
Improving trust-based management in Nordic urban governance and management education
This project explores how ongoing management reforms are conceptualised and put into practice in two Nordic cities.
Integrated Assessment of Climate Change in an Unequal World of Uncertain Economic Growth
A central policy question is to what extent climate change should be mitigated by abating green-house gas emissions? Conversely, how much damage from climatic change should be accepted? To guide this decision, economists use integrated assessment models of climate change.
International student mobility: drivers, patterns and impacts (MOBILITY)
The project examines how Norwegian policy in this area is shaped by international trends, and the extent to which foreign students contribute to 'internationalization at home'.
Sociology and management of science – Norwegian-Czech cooperation
The main goal of the project is to share experiences and good practices of the Norwegian and Czech sides in the fields of management of science and sociology.
Voluntary organizations in local emergency management (VOLEM)
The project examines the role of voluntary actors in local emergency management in Norway and Denmark, with a special focus on the collaboration between voluntary organizations and public authorities. The purpose of the project is to provide knowledge about the conditions for efficient public-voluntary emergency management collaboration.