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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.
BI's scientific publications are registered in the national database Cristin (Current Research Information System In Norway).
Research Projects conducted at BI Norwegian Business School are registered in the national database Cristin.
Handed over report to the Ministry of Finance
May 16, on behalf of the Ministry of Finance, Professor Hans Robert Schwencke handed over a new report showing simplification opportunities for limited companies.
Oilfund support for academic excellence
In the last eight years, externally financed research has topped NOK 60 million at the department of Finance. Over half of this has been provided by Norway’s sovereign wealth fund (NBIM).
Per Espen Stoknes
What is the smartest for the planet? How can we act in a more sustainable way? How do we get people to make climate-friendly choices? Per Espen Stoknes will save the world with knowledge and psychology.
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Meet Caroline Dale Ditlev-Simonsen
Professor Caroline Dale Ditlev-Simonsen recently introduced a new step-by-step process in how to succeed in corporate social responsibility.
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