Research topics include healthcare management and collaboration, health technology and innovation, and psychology.
Business, economics and management are crucial to reaching the UN Sustainable Development Goals and our faculty publish research relevant to reaching most of the goals.
RESEARCH AT BI ESPECIALLY CONTRIBUTES TO THREE SDGS
SDG 3 – Health and well-being
SDG16 – Peace, justice and strong institutions
Research topics include white-collar crime, law enforcement leadership, electoral politics, effective bureaucracies.
SDG 17 – Partnership for the goals
Research topics include macroeconomic modelling and forecasting, FDI, tax and public procurement practices.
REPORT ON SUSTAINABILITY RESEARCH
The Report on sustainability research at BI Norwegian Business School gives an overview of BI research related to reaching the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The 2020 report covers the years 2017-2018.
- More than 25 percent of publications at BI are relevant to reaching at least one SDG.
- 35 percent of faculty have published on topics relevant to reaching at least one SDG.
- All eight departments have publications relevant to reaching at least one SDG.
- 75 percent of SDG-relevant publications are journal articles. 30 percent of these are ABS 3 or higher.
- BI researchers have published research relevant to reaching 15 of 17 SDGs.
Rich get richer, also in the platform economy
Crowd workers do not reap the benefits of flexible work.
More value creation, less waste
How can we build a better world for the time after COVID-19?
Meagre policy effects of gender quotas
More women in executive boards would change the prioritized policies, wouldn’t you think? New research shows us that may not be the case.
Why Climate Change Won’t Be Solved by Better Decisions at the Supermarket
Do you know what we can use recycled plastic bags for?
Funding for Coronavirus Supply Chain Task Force
Professor Marianne Jahre heads project to recommend security of supply improvements for medical goods.
Receives prestigious grant for research project about economic inequality
The European Research Council (ERC) has granted Andreas Fagereng, associate professor at the Department of Finance at BI Norwegian Business School, a “Starting Grant”, for a period of five years.
Mobilizing the Arts for an Inclusive Digital Transformation
Professor Christian Fieseler heads EU-project on the arts for a sustainable and inclusive digital future.
Aid to Tax Havens?
Significant amounts of development aid may have been diverted by domestic elites and stashed in tax havens, according to research from Associate Professor Jørgen Juel Andersen.
MAJOR ONGOING INITIATIVE RELEVANT TO THE SDGS