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.

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

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Are you looking for someone with insight on a certain topic? Or someone who can contribute as a speaker?

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Endowed professorships

Holders of endowed professorships conduct free and independent research, and are free to express their professional opinion on any subject.

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Research Projects

Externally financed research project and large studies at BI.

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BI Business Review

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

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Honorary doctorates

Honorary doctorate degrees can be given as recognition of vital life work, even though it is not within a doctoral degree. BI Norwegian Business School has 15 honorary doctorates.


Researcher profiles

Marianne Jahre

Marianne Jahre

Marianne Jahre is Professor of logistics. I want my research to contribute towards a fairer distribution across countries and people. This requires more and better cooperation between companies, aid organisations, the army and public authorities. 

Bjørn Erik Mørk

Bjørn Erik Mørk

Bjørn Erik Mørk conducts practice-based studies of innovation processes, organising, learning, knowing and change in organisations. In particular he is interested in the development and introduction of new practices and new technologies in the health care sector.