Recent Submissions

  • Scope Elasticity of Willingness to pay in Discrete Choice Experiments 

    Dugstad, Anders; Grimsrud, Kristine; Kipperberg, Gorm; Lindhjem, Henrik; Navrud, Ståle (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-08)
    Sensitivity to scope in nonmarket valuation refers to the property that people are willing to pay more for a higher quality or quantity of a nonmarket public good. Establishing significant scope sensitivity has been an ...
  • Trust and reputation in family businesses: A systematic literature review of past achievements and future promises 

    Chaudhary, Sanjay; Dhir, Amandeep; Ferraris, Alberto; Bertoldi, Bernando (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-08)
    Family businesses have traditionally been recognised for their trustworthiness and reputation. Interestingly, the extant literature suggests the influence of reputation and trust on family businesses’ long-term financial ...
  • What motivates the adoption of green restaurant products and services? A systematic review and future research agenda 

    Arun, T.M.; Kaur, Puneet; Ferraris, Alberto; Dhir, Amandeep (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-03)
    Issues regarding green restaurants have received significant scholarly and practitioner attention in the last decade, particularly concerning why consumers adopt green restaurants. Although several reviews exist on green ...
  • Conspiracy against the public - An experiment on collusion 

    Johnsen, Åshild A.; Kvaløy, Ola (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-07)
    We study to what extent collusive behavior is affected by the awareness of negative externalities. Theories of outcome-based social preferences suggest that negative externalities make collusion harder to sustain than ...
  • Returns to migration after job loss—The importance of job match 

    Kekezi, Orsa; Boschma, Ronald Adalbert (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-03)
    Loss of specific human capital is often identified as a mechanism through which displaced workers might experience permanent drops in earnings after job loss. Research has shown that displaced workers who migrate out of ...
  • Temporality of agency in regional development 

    Grillitsch, Markus; Asheim, Bjørn; Nielsen, Hjalti (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-07)
    The temporality of agency plays a fundamental role in regional development but has received little attention in economic geography and regional studies. This paper zooms in on two aspects of temporality: the temporality ...
  • Past, present, and future of green product innovation 

    Khan, Sher Jahan; Dhir, Amandeep; Parida, Vinit; Papa, Armando (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-07)
    Firms are under constant pressure from various governmental and nongovernmental agencies to switch from conventional environmentally polluting products to green product innovations (GPIs). However, the relevant research ...
  • External shocks and enterprises' dynamic capabilities in a time of regional distress 

    Aarstad, Jarle; Kvitastein, Olav Andreas; Solheim, Marte Cecilie Wilhelmsen (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-08)
    We study if dynamic capabilities alleviate enterprises' revenue losses after an external shock. Contextually, we study Norwegian enterprises before and after the price decline of crude oil in 2014, which strongly affected ...
  • Commodity prices and robust environmental regulation: Evidence from deforestation in Brazil 

    Harding, Torfinn; Herzberg, Julika; Kuralbayeva, Karlygash (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-04)
    Increasing international agricultural commodity prices create pressure on tropical forests. We study the effectiveness of three regulatory policies implemented by Brazil in reducing this pressure: blacklisting of municipalities, ...
  • Store sales evaluation and prediction using spatial panel data models of sales components 

    Hunneman, Auke; Elhorst, J. Paul; Bijmolt, Tammo H. A. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-05)
    This paper sets out a general framework for store sales evaluation and prediction. The sales of a retail chain with multiple stores are first decomposed into five components, and then each component is explained by store, ...
  • Effort Provision in a Game of Luck 

    Arnestad, Mads Nordmo; Eriksen, Kristoffer Wigestrand; Kvaløy, Ola; Laurila, Bjørnar (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-05)
    In some jobs, the correlation between effort and output is almost zero. For instance, money managers are primarily paid for luck. Using a controlled lab experiment, we examined under which conditions workers are willing ...
  • Validation and Adjustment of the Patient Experience Questionnaire (PEQ): A Regional Hospital Study in Norway 

    Addo, Seth Ayisi Junior; Mykletun, Reidar J.; Olsen, Espen (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-07)
    This paper assesses the psychometric qualities of the Patient Experience Questionnaire (PEQ), thereby validating a patient-oriented measurement model in a hospital environment, and modifies the model based on empirical ...
  • Serving the industry or undermining the regulatory system? The use of special purpose licenses in Norwegian salmon aquaculture 

    Hersoug, Bjørn; Olsen, Marit Schei; Gauteplass, Asle Årthun; Osmundsen, Tonje C.; Asche, Frank (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-05)
    Aquaculture governance can be challenging as a number of stakeholders have different objectives and visions for the industry. A license is an important tool in ensuring an orderly development of an industry, providing ...
  • Green process innovation: Where we are and where we are going 

    Khan, Sher Jahan; Kaur, Puneet; Jabeen, Fauzia; Dhir, Amandeep (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-05)
    Environmental pollution has worsened in the past few decades, and increasing pressure is being put on firms by different regulatory bodies, customer groups, NGOs and other media outlets to adopt green process innovations ...
  • Does Assimilation Shape the Economic Value of Immigrant Diversity? 

    Fitjar, Rune Dahl; Cooke, Abigail; Kemeny, Tom (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-04)
    A growing literature has shown that greater diversity among immigrants offers material benefits in terms of higher wages and productivity. One limitation of existing work is that it has considered immigrants from a given ...
  • Green apparel buying behaviour: A Stimulus–Organism–Behaviour–Consequence (SOBC) perspective on sustainability-oriented consumption in Japan 

    Dhir, Amandeep; Talwar, Shalini; Sadiq, Mohd; Sakashita, Mototaka; Kaur, Puneet (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-05)
    The green apparel literature has previously examined the disparity between consumers' positive purchase intentions and their actual purchase behaviour. This dichotomous behaviour represents the critical ‘intention–behaviour ...
  • 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 ...
  • Use of the Hospital Survey of Patient Safety Culture in Norwegian hospitals: A systematic 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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’ ...

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