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  • Tuesday, 22 December 2020 - DN

    Innlegg: Klimarisiko gir svakere kronekurs

    Miljøvernorganisasjonene som saksøkte staten i klimasøksmålet, har i alle fall fått støtte for sitt syn fra investorene som kjøper og selger norske kroner. Vi ser en «Gretha Thunberg-effekt» der…

  • Saturday, 12 December 2020 - tv2.no

    Companies must take a rasist “cleaning”

    In recent years, several countries have removed TV series, films and statues after harsh criticism of what they represent - many of them after accusations of racism. Reputation expert and Professor…

  • Tuesday, 08 December 2020 -

    Narrative monetary policy surprises and the media: How central banks reach the general public

    In this column, Ter Ellen, Larsen and Thorsrud explain how central bank communication indirectly reaches the general public by affecting news media coverage on topics of particular relevance for…

  • Monday, 07 December 2020 - nettavisen.no

    Idar Vollvik with a new name for his online store

    Vollvik's Ludo Store has changed name to Love Norway, which appears to be a completely different online store - but sells many of the same products. Peggy Simcic Brønn, professor emeritus at BI…