Department of Economics

The research at the Department of Economics focuses on relevance, theory development, and creating solutions for companies. Look for a researcher in the department's expert list.

Scientific publications

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

Publications from Departmenet of Economics

(The publications are continuously updated in Cristin).


  • Sigstad, Henrik & Lambais, Guilherme (2023)
    Judicial subversion: The effects of political power on court outcomes
    Journal of Public Economics, 217.
  • Isachsen, Arne Jon & Gylfason, Thorvaldur (2022)
    Awakening from the Chinese Dream
    Challenge magazine. Doi: 10.1080/05775132.2022.2046881
  • Aastveit, Knut Are & Anundsen, André Kallåk (2022)
    Asymmetric effects of monetary policy in regional housing markets
    American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, 14(4), p. 499-529. Doi: 10.1257/mac.20190011
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  • Andersen, Jørgen Juel; Johannesen, Niels & Rijkers, Bob (2022)
    Elite Capture of Foreign Aid: Evidence from Offshore Bank Accounts
    Journal of Political Economy, 130(2), p. 388-425. Doi: 10.1086/717455
  • Byrne, David P.; Imai, Susumu, Jain, Neelam & Sarafidis, Vasilis (2022)
    Instrument-free identification and estimation of differentiated products models using cost data
    Journal of Econometrics, 228(2), p. 278-301. Doi: 10.1016/j.jeconom.2021.12.006
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Our affiliated research centres

Part of the Department of Economics research activity is organised in individual research centres.


Centre for applied Macro- and petroleum economics (CAMP)

CAMP is established to bring together economists working on applied macroeconomic issues, with special emphasis on energy economics.


Centre for applied and theoretical econometrics (CATE)

Created in March 2016 with the aim of furthering applied and theoretical econometric research.


Centre for Monetary economics (CME)

The Centre for Monetary Economics (CME) is a privately funded resource centre at the Department of Economics, BI Norwegian Business School.


Centre for experimental studies and research (CESAR)

CESAR – provides high quality research and analysis using economic theory and experimental methods.