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.
Research and teaching at BI Norwegian Business School is organised under eight departments covering the range of business school disciplines.
Find a BI research center
BI Research Centres gather groups of world-leading researchers to continuously deliver excellent research through the study of a clearly defined theory, phenomenon or context.
Centres, groups and other initiatives
See overview over centres, groups and other initiatives.
BI and Simula partner to shape the future of data science
BI and Simula Research Laboratory have signed a memorandum of understanding to strengthen their expertise on data science through collaboration related to research and establishment of a new department and research center in data science.
BI joins SFIs on circular economy and mobile mental health
The Research Council of Norway invests NOK two bn. in 22 Centres for research-based innovation (SFI). BI partners with NMBU and Helse Bergen HF.
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.
This autumn semester all events at BI Norwegian Business School will be arranged in accordance with the appropriate infection control regulations established by the authorities.
Friday 11:30 - 12:30Sustainable Development and CSR as Long-Term Strategic Issues for Communications
Friday 11:30 - 12:30Trends in Communication Ethics and Communicators’ Blindness to Ethical Issues
Monday 17:00 - 18:00Expectation Management for Corporate Communicators
Thursday 11:30 - 12:30Crisis Management and Crisis Communication – A Nordic Dimension?
- August 2021
Thursday 09:00 - Friday 17:00Conference on Energy and Climate: Macroeconomic implications
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