Department of Law and Governance

The Department of Law and Governance has one of Norway’s largest academic communities within business law as well as a strong team of experts in corporate social responsibility, banking and insurance, political economy and climate strategy.

BI Norwegian Business School registers our scientific publications in the national database Cristin (Current Research Information System In Norway).

Below is a list of the most recent publications. Follow this link to Cristin to make an advanced search.



  • Esayas, Samson Yoseph (2023)
    The Important Role of Emergence in Conceptualizing the Challenges of New Technologies to Private Law
    European Review of Private Law, 4.
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  • Espeli, Harald (2023)
    Handelslønnsloven 1918–1925 – et lokalhistorisk perspektiv
    Heimen - Lokal og regional historie, 59(4), p. 330-350. Doi: 10.18261/heimen.59.4.5
  • Lind, Yvette (2023)
    Auditioning for Hollywood. A comparative study of tax incentives offered to the film industry
    Intertax, 51(1), p. 170-182.
  • Skjønberg, Alexander Sønderland & Inghammar, Andreas (2023)
    The Impact of Populism on Scandinavian Labour Law: The Cases of Norway and Sweden
    International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations, p. 97-120.
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  • Tørstad, Vegard Heggelund (2023)
    Can transparency strengthen the legitimacy of international institutions? Evidence from the UN Security Council
    Journal of Peace Research.
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