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Vitenskapelig publisering

Series of Dissertations

2022

  • Ingvild Andersen

    Reconnecting Leader-Member Exchange and Social Exchange Theory

    Series of dissertations 02/2022

  • Thomas Størdal Gundersen

    Supply Heterogeneities and the Oil Market

    Series of dissertations 01/2022

2021

  • Espen Christopher Skretting

    Firms, Oil and Stocks

    Series of dissertations 11/2021

  • Marius Andersson

    Texts and texturing in and around organizations: A discursive perspective on temporal work, future constructions, and managers’ latitude of action.

    Series of dissertations 10/2021

  • Gilbert Kofi Adarkwah

    Institutions, Policy Risk, and Firms Behavior. Foreign Investments in High-Risk Countries.

    Series of dissertations 9/2021

    Les mer (+)

    This dissertation investigates the relationship between host country institution-related (policy) risks and firms' international investment strategies. The dissertation consists of four essays.

    Essay 1 contributes to a fundamental discussion in the strategy and international business literature concerning why many firms continue to invest in countries with greater policy uncertainties by providing a more nuanced analysis of the strategies that MNEs use to handle and curb host country policy risks when investing abroad.

    Essay 2 outlines how host countries' domestic and transnational institutional arrangements help firms dampen host country policy risks against their assets.

    Essay 3 examines how the alignment of interests between firms’ home and host countries affects the costs of doing business abroad and subsidiary-level investments.

    Finally, Essay 4 demonstrates how firms contribute to institutionalization by examining investments by impact investing firms in high-risk developing countries. The essays provided in this dissertation incorporate several mechanisms to explain how firms respond to the institutional practices that affect them, thereby contributing to an important—but scarcely examined—aspect of institutionalization in the strategy and international business research.

  • Ilka Verena Ohlmer

    The Social Side of Employee Pay. Exploring social-psychological outcomes and the explanatory mechanisms of employee pay standing from the social-effects perspective on pay.

    Series of dissertations 8/2021

  • Emanuela Stagno

    Some Consequences of Vulnerability in Consumers' Life

    Series of dissertations 7/2021

  • Christopher Albert Sabel

    Spinouts, Sharks, and Genealogy: Established Firms as Resource Acquisition Channel for Startups

    Series of dissertations 6/2021

  • Njål Andersen

    No article is an island entire of itself. Extending bibliometric science mapping in the field of management with social network analysis.

    Series of dissertations 5/2021

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  • Julia Zhulanova

    Macroeconomic Dynamics, Commodity Prices and Expectations

    Series of dissertations 4/2021

  • Magne Våge Knutsen

    Essays on reputation

    Series of dissertations 3/2021

  • Even Soltvedt Hvinden, Crude Games

    Essays on strategic competition in oil markets

    Series of dissertations 2/2021

  • Namhee Matheson

    Theory and Evidence on the Effect of Disagreement on Asset Prices

    Series of dissertations 1/2021