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  • Use of the Hospital Survey of Patient Safety Culture in Norwegian hospitals: An exploratory literature review 

    Olsen, Espen; Leonardsen, Ann-Chatrin Linqvist (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-06)
    This review aims to provide an overview of empirical studies using the HSOPSC in Norway and to develop recommendations for further research on patient safety culture. Oria, an online catalogue of scientific databases, was ...
  • Perish or prosper: Trade patterns for highly perishable seafood products 

    Asche, Frank; Straume, Hans-Martin; Vårdal, Erling (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-05)
    In recent years trade with highly perishable agricultural products like fresh fish, berries, and cut flowers has increased substantially. The perishability of these products appears to challenge conventional wisdom when ...
  • SkatteFUNN - En vurdering av statsstøtte til foretak i vansker 

    Roppestad, Øyvind; Haver, Ingrid Margrethe (Masteroppgave/UIS-HH/2020;, Master thesis, 2021-01)
    Etter gjeldende regelverk kan ikke foretak i vansker motta statsstøtte, og de er dermed ekskludert fra å delta i SkatteFUNN-ordningen. Det er fordi staten ikke skal kunne redde selskap som ikke er konkurransedyktige fra ...
  • Does enterprise social media use promote employee creativity and well-being? 

    Luqman, Adeel; Talwar, Shalini; Masood, Ayesha; Dhir, Amandeep (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-04)
    Despite the increased use of Enterprise Social Media (ESM) worldwide, its adverse impact on firms’ employees, such as exhaustion, has not been researched sufficiently. This is a critical gap in the literature since employees’ ...
  • Extended valence theory perspective on consumers' e-waste recycling intentions in Japan 

    Dhir, Amandeep; Malodia, Suresh; Awan, Usama; Sakashita, Mototaka; Kaur, Puneet (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-05)
    The gravity of the electronic waste (e-waste) crisis can be attributed to consumers' low participation in ensuring the proper disposal of such materials. Motivating consumers to recycle e-waste requires a deeper understanding ...
  • Master Thesis 2020 Case Norway Chess 

    Jørgensen, Line Jin (Masteroppgave/UIS-HH/2020;, Master thesis, 2020-09-08)
    The master thesis is part of an ending of what is supposed to be a two-year journey of business studies at the University of Stavanger Business School. I am thankful for writing about an interesting case in collaboration ...
  • Doctoral graduates’ transition to industry: networks as a mechanism? Cases from Norway, Sweden and the UK 

    Germain-Alamartine, Eloïse; Ahoba-Sam, Rhoda; Moghadam Saman, Saeed; Evers, Gerwin (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-04)
    Increased public investment in PhD education to drive innovation has led to a recent rapid growth in the number of PhD graduates. Academic labour markets have not developed at the same pace. An ever-larger share of the ...
  • Fishing methods for Atlantic cod and haddock: Quality and price versus costs 

    Sogn-Grundvåg, Geir; Zhang, Dengjun; Dreyer, Bent (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-10)
    This study explores trade-offs between fish quality, fishing efficiency, costs and profitability across three different vessel groups in the Norwegian groundfish fishery, that is, vessels fishing with bottom trawls, longlines ...
  • Competition in a fish auction: The case of Atlantic cod in Northern Norway 

    Sogn-Grundvåg, Geir; Zhang, Dengjun; Dreyer, Bent (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-11)
    This study investigates the role of bidder numbers in fish auctions, a neglected area of past research and one that is of key importance for optimal use of limited marine resources. The study of a Norwegian auction for ...
  • Mobilizing the Temporary Organization: The Governance Roles of Selection and Pricing 

    Ghazimatin, Elham; Mooi, Erik A.; Heide, Jan B. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-03)
    Many marketing transactions between buyers and suppliers involve short-term collaborations or so-called temporary organizations. Such organizations have considerable value-creation potential but also face challenges, as ...
  • How can we inspire nations of learners? Investigating growth mindset and challenge-seeking in two countries 

    Rege, Mari; Hanselman, Paul; Solli, Ingeborg Caroline Foldøy; Dweck, Carol S.; Ludvigsen, Sten Runar; Bettinger, Eric Perry; Crosnoe, Robert; Muller, Chandra; Walton, Gregory; Duckworth, Angela; Yeager, David Scott (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-04)
    Here we evaluate the potential for growth mindset interventions (which teach students that intellectual abilities can be developed) to inspire adolescents to be “learners”—that is, to seek out challenging learning experiences. ...
  • Brands, Labels, and Product Longevity: The Case of Salmon in UK Grocery Retailing 

    Asche, Frank; Sogn-Grundvåg, Geir; Zhang, Dengjun; Cojocaru, Andreea-Laura; Young, James A. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-01)
    In recent years, the number of ecolabels and country-of-origin labels has grown substantially in seafood markets globally. This makes it more difficult for retailers and producers to communicate and demonstrate their ...
  • Promoting academic engagement in regions: How individual and contextual factors shape engagement activities 

    Atta-Owusu, Kwadwo (PhD thesis UiS;, Doctoral thesis, 2021-04)
    The need to harness knowledge to improve the innovativeness and economic development of regions has brought the regional role of universities to the fore of academic and policy discourses. Being producers and disseminators ...
  • Explaining the dynamics of relatedness: the role of co-location and complexity 

    Sandor, Juhasz; Broekel, Tom; Boschma, Ronald Adalbert (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-08)
    Relatedness has become a key concept for studying the diversification of firms, regions and countries. However, studies tend to treat relatedness as being time‐invariant or, alternatively, consider its evolution as exogenously ...
  • Samfunnets vesentlighetsgrense: En evaluering av revisjonsplikt i Norge 

    Dåsvand, Ulrikke; Østensen, Geir Sola (Masteroppgave/UIS-HH/2020;, Master thesis, 2021-01)
    Målet med denne masterutredningen er å evaluere bestemmelsen om revisjonsplikt i Norge. Utredningen drøfter viktige funn fra Langli-rapporten (2015), ulikheter og utvikling i Skandinavia, samt dagsrelevante temaer som SAF-T ...
  • En kvalitativ undersøkelse av norske selskapers regnskapsmessige behandling av utgifter til egenutført forskning og utvikling 

    Oftedal, Bjarte; Sørheim, Vilde Ottesen (Masteroppgave/UiS-HH/2020;, Master thesis, 2020-06)
    Denne masteravhandlingen har som mål å utvikle kunnskapen om norske selskapers insentiver for den regnskapsmessige behandlingen av utgifter til egenutført forskning og utvikling. Studien gir en kvalitativ analyse av ...
  • Universities as orchestrators of the development of regional innovation ecosystems in emerging economies 

    Thomas, Elisa; Asheim, Bjørn Terje; Faccin, Kadigia (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-10)
    This paper analyses the role of universities as orchestrators of the development of a regional ecosystem that is conducive to innovation and entrepreneurship. We argue that universities in emerging economies, due to many ...
  • Variation in Center Quality in a Universal Publicly Subsidized and Regulated Childcare System 

    Rege, Mari; Solli, Ingeborg Foldøy; Størksen, Ingunn; Votruba, Mark E (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2018-12)
    A large literature suggests that high quality childcare programs can produce positive and lasting effects by promoting math, language and social-emotional skills, referred to as school readiness skills, especially for ...
  • Aquaculture subsidies in the European Union: Evolution, impact and future potential for growth 

    Guillen, Jordi; Asche, Frank; Carvalho, Natacha; Fernandez Polanco, Jose M; Llorente, Ignacio Martín; Nielsen, Rasmus; Nielsen, Max; Villasante, Sebastian (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019-06)
    Through its structural funds the European Union (EU) has invested €1.17 billion in the aquaculture sector over the period 2000–2014. In addition, the EU plans to spend a further €1.72 billion on the sector over the period ...
  • Delivering the Goods: The Determinants of Norwegian Seafood Exports 

    Straume, Hans-Martin; Anderson, James L.; Asche, Frank; Gaasland, Ivar (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-01)
    Seafood is the world’s most traded food product. In recent years, aquaculture has become an increasingly important part of seafood production, facilitating increased trade. However, despite evidence that fish farmers have ...

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