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FNI Update December – Leaving 2020 below trend
The FNI index for the Norwegian economy has been updated with figures up to and including 31 December.
Miha Skerlavaj receives the prestigious 2020 Zois Recognition
The Slovenian government has awarded BI’s Professor Miha Skerlavaj this year’s Zois recognition for outstanding achievements in science.
Research and teaching at BI Norwegian Business School is organised under eight departments covering the range of business school disciplines.
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Centres, groups and other initiatives
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Tuesday, 22 December 2020 - DN
Innlegg: Klimarisiko gir svakere kronekurs
Saturday, 12 December 2020 - tv2.no
Companies must take a rasist “cleaning”
Tuesday, 08 December 2020 -
Narrative monetary policy surprises and the media: How central banks reach the general public
Monday, 07 December 2020 - nettavisen.no
Idar Vollvik with a new name for his online store
BI's scientific publications are registered in the national database Cristin (Current Research Information System In Norway).
Externally financed research project and large studies at BI
With a PhD from BI you will be well prepared for a career at top universities and research institutions.
All events at BI Norwegian Business School will be arranged in accordance with the appropriate infection control regulations established by the authorities.
Tuesday 11:00 - 12:002021 Trends in Science Communication – and the role of the Covid-19 pandemic
Tuesday 16:00 - 17:00Trust and public debate in the age of Social Media and fake news
Thursday 09:00 - Friday 17:00Conference on Energy and Climate: Macroeconomic implications
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