Director of bioethics program urges researchers to look at how money from the industry influences their work.
Companies have to give their all on two fronts in order to be successful. They have to do what they are already good at, while also trying something new.
Mergers and acquisitions is a high-risk sport. Firms that buy up technology companies succeed better than those who acquire other types of companies.
University professor believes that Norway should make use of the country's untapped potential in wind power. Not everybody agrees with him.
Funding from both local and international capitalists result in long-lasting success and makes it more likely to become a listed company. Particularly in developing countries.
International mergers reduce the influence of trade unions and lead to lower pay for employees, according to research.
Mergers in the hospital sector are based on a desire for better and cheaper hospitals. So far, few such effects have been seen, resercher believes.
Even women who are concerned about high salaries, focuses on other things when they choose jobs.
More and more cruise ships visit the fjords of Western Norway. But cruise tourists only spend a fraction of what other tourists spend.
Do we listen to our heads or our hearts when investing? Researchers have investigated what motivates customers to invest in green funds.
Your money will reap a greater return if you buy shares in local companies rather than in companies with wide-spread operations, according to a study of American joint stock companies.
Norway’s economic success over the past 40 years cannot be fully explained by oil. The X factor in the Norwegian economy is productivity.
Researchers have developed a model that calculates the amount of carbon emissions that nature can tolerate. The later we implement climate measures, the more expensive they will be, they say.
The buying and selling of government bonds by banks accounts for 25 percent of the daily price changes in the market. Order flows can be used to predict future price changes.
Investors who generate the most in brokerage commission are allowed to buy lucrative shares sold at initial public offerings on the Oslo Stock Exchange.
Foreign investors provides Norwegian listed companies with access to cheaper capital, according to new study.
Companies with large, dominating owners tend to avoid the stock exchange. Companies with many owners, or with institutional owners are more inclined to go public.