BI Norwegian Business School

Research with impact

BI's researchers contribute with research at the top international level. This contributes to new knowledge that provides better decisions, smarter ways of doing things, as well as new products and services.


To lead committee appointed by the ministry of culture

Professor Sigrid Røyseng will lead a model and method committee for artist surveys. Associate Professor Irina Eidsvold-Tøien is also in the committee.



BI's scientific publications are registered in the national database Cristin (Current Research Information System In Norway).


Find departments & research centres

BI Norwegian Business School has organized its academic activities in eight institutes. The research covers a wide range of disciplines and disciplines that belong to a modern European business school.


Research Projects

Research Projects conducted at BI Norwegian Business School are registered in the national database Cristin.

Programmes & Courses


With a PhD from BI you will be well prepared for a career at top universities and research institutions.

Research profile

Peggy Simcic Brønn

How will artificial intelligence change the management job? How to organize tasks without bossing and hierarchy? How to get the best out of both people and machines? Vegard Kolbjørnsrud research for answers.


Upcoming activities

See the upcoming events within research at BI.


Research Ethics

Endowed Professorships

Faculty Profile

Technology is changing the rules of value creation

Professor Øystein D. Fjeldstad is trying to understand what is happening. And he’s excited about what he’s seeing.


BI Business Review

Research news and insight from BI. In our digital magazine, you can read exciting articles about current topics.