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  • Intensjon til netthandel og fysisk handel 

    Olsen, Fredrik; Klaudiussen, Ida Karoline (Master thesis; Mastergradsoppgave, 2023-05-31)
    Koronapandemien førte til at flere konsumenter ble tvunget til å handle klær på nett, når fysiske butikker ble nedstengt. Dette har skapt en permanent effekt hvor man er blitt mer komfortable til å handle klær på nett, selv etter gjenåpning av fysiske butikker. I vår modell har ønsket vi å se på sensorisk stimulering, bekvemmelighet, kostnader og oppfattet risiko, og i hvor stor grad disse påvirker ...
  • Utforskning av kunstig intelligens i talentledelse. En undersøkelse av mulighetene, utfordringene og modenheten i norske organisasjoner. 

    Johansen, Stefanie; Holmgren, Emma Melinda (Master thesis; Mastergradsoppgave, 2023-06-06)
    I dagens globale arbeidsmarked er det en betydelig mismatch mellom tilbud og etterspørsel, samtidig som stadig flere frivillig forlater jobbene sine. Dette skaper alvorlige utfordringer for organisasjoner som sliter med å beholde sine talent. For å opprettholde konkurransekraften må organisasjoner tenke innovativt og annerledes. Dette åpner opp for nye utviklingsområder innen talentledelse. ...
  • Technical trading testing the Market Efficiency Hypothesis. Using EMA and portfolio diversification to challenge the market 

    Alsos, Ulv Greve; Sakariassen, Markus Kristoffer (Master thesis; Mastergradsoppgave, 2023-05-31)
    This thesis investigates the impact of applying an Exponential Moving Average (EMA) trading strategy to a diversified portfolio of stocks, with and without the inclusion of Bitcoin, over ten years from 2012 to 2022. The study aims to determine whether such a strategy can yield higher returns than the OBX Index (OBX), challenging the Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH). The research employs historical ...
  • Internationalization and SMEs choice of direct export strategies and firm performance - Case study approach 

    Hansen, Fredrik Andrè; Drecker, Tarjei August (Master thesis; Mastergradsoppgave, 2023-05-28)
    In this research, we have, through the case study method, looked at differences in social mechanisms, including relationships, networks, trust, commitment, learning, and knowledge, in addition to firm performance. The differences are looked up against the direct export strategies our case firm Drytech uses, distributor, and direct to-retailer. Further, we have examined the advantages and ...
  • First Steps Towards RAT: A Protocol for Documenting Data Use in the Agent-Based Modeling Process 

    Siebers, Peer-Olaf; Achter, Sebastian; Bernardo, Cristiane Palaretti; Borit, Melania; Chattoe-Brown, Edmund (Chapter; Bokkapittel, 2021)
    While there is a number of frameworks and protocols in Agent-Based Modeling (ABM) that support the documentation of different aspects of a simulation study, it is surprising to find only a small number dealing with the handling of data. Here we present the results of discussions we had on the topic at the Lorentz Center workshop on Integrating Qualitative and Quantitative Evidence using Social ...
  • Country of ownership influence on brand equity and loyalty 

    Eriksen, Philip Einar D.; Green, Raymond G. (Master thesis; Mastergradsoppgave, 2023-05-31)
    This study aims to investigate the impact of country of ownership on Norwegian consumers' brand attitudes, perceived quality, brand value, and loyalty. As companies increasingly internationalize, it becomes crucial to examine how this may influence brand equity and identify strategies to mitigate any potential negative effects. This knowledge would be beneficial for both national and international ...
  • Ultrasonic imaging as a means of monitoring gonadal development in lumpfish (Cyclopterus lumpus) 

    Mlingi, Frank Thomas; Puvanendran, Velmurugu; Burgerhout, Erik; Tveiten, Helge; Tomkiewicz, Jonna; Kjørsvik, Elin; Mommens, Maren (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2023-09-21)
    The commercial farming of juvenile lumpfish requires monitoring of gonadal development to achieve synchronized production. Conventional methods such as gonadosomatic index (GSI), sex hormone analyses, gonadal histology, endoscopy, and gene expression analyses are costly, invasive, and often involve sacrificing the fish. We assessed the efficiency of ultrasound as a non-invasive method for monitoring ...
  • Long-term herbivore removal experiments reveal how geese and reindeer shape vegetation and ecosystem CO2-fluxes in high-Arctic tundra 

    Petit Bon, Matteo; Hansen, Brage Bremset; Loonen, M. J. J. E; Petraglia, Alessandro; Bråthen, Kari Anne; Böhner, Hanna; Layton-Matthews, Kate; Beard, Karen H.; Le Moullec, Mathilde; Jonsdottir, Ingibjorg Svala; Van der Wal, René (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2023-09-23)
    1. Given the current rates of climate change, with associated shifts in herbivore population densities, understanding the role of different herbivores in ecosystem functioning is critical for predicting ecosystem responses. Here, we examined how migratory geese and resident, non-migratory reindeer—two dominating yet functionally contrasting herbivores—control vegetation and ecosystem processes in ...
  • Marine Micro- and Macroalgae in the Polar Night 

    Johnsen, Geir; Leu, Eva; Gradinger, Rolf (Chapter; Bokkapittel, 2020)
    Microalgae have unique adaptions including low metabolic activity, utilization of lipid storage, and resting stage formation to survive the Polar Night. Some species are mixotrophic or heterotrophic and do survive periods that are not favorable for photosynthetic (autotrophic) growth, such as the Polar Night. In addi- tion, the autotrophic and mixotrophic species seem to maintain the key components ...
  • Trapped in the TAC Machine: Making a Fisheries-Based Indicator System for Coastal Cod in Steigen, Norway 

    Holm, Petter; Aglen, Asgeir; Bjørkan, Maiken; Andersen, Jan (Chapter; Bokkapittel, 2020)
    The GAP project is concerned with the lack of stakeholder participation in providing knowledge for management. This creates a legitimacy problem as the fishermen do not get to share the knowledge basis for and justification of management decisions. In addition, fishermen’s experience-based knowledge remains unused. GAP intends to bridge the legitimacy and knowledge gaps, finding practical ways for ...
  • Bridging the Gap: Experiments in the Heart of the Transition Zone 

    Mackinson, Steven; Holm, Petter (Chapter; Bokkapittel, 2020)
    This book is about the on-going transition of fisheries governance and the emergence of research practices and advice frameworks that allow for the co-creation of common knowledge bases for management. This chapter introduces the context under which the GAP project (‘Bridging the gap between science and stakeholders') was conceived, describes its overall approach, orientates the reader to key issues ...
  • Knowledge for Fisheries Governance: Participation, Integration and Institutional Reform 

    Linke, Sebastian; Hadjimichael, Maria; Mackinson, Steven; Holm, Petter (Chapter; Bokkapittel, 2020)
    As outlined in Chapter 1, the GAP project is situated within a transition zone from a traditional fisheries management approach that relies upon a clear separation of knowledge towards a new ‘bridging perspective’, which aims to establish a common knowledge base for fisheries governance. The transition builds on collaborative practices of participatory research and joint knowledge production, as ...
  • Bridging Gaps, Reforming Fisheries 

    Holm, Petter; Hadjimichael, Maria; Mackinson, Steven; Linke, Sebestian (Chapter; Bokkapittel, 2020)
    Scientific debates often revolve around the issues of ‘unbiased science’ with the majority of scientists keeping themselves at arm’s length from policy-making to ensure their credibility. Participatory research has been shifting these dynamics and has led to the emergence of research practices and advice frameworks that allow co-creation of common knowledge bases for management. This chapter, following ...
  • Conclusion 

    Mackinson, Steven; Holm, Petter; Hadjimichael, Maria (Chapter; Bokkapittel, 2020)
    This chapter summarizes the arguments and discusses the results of the GAP project in the context of the ongoing reform in fisheries governance.
  • Small-Scale Fisheries Governance in Norway: Hierarchy, Institutions and Markets 

    Johnsen, Jahn Petter (Chapter; Bokkapittel, 2020-04-29)
    Small-scale fisheries are highly relevant in Norway. Until 1989, small-scale fisheries were open access and, like other Norwegian fisheries, subsidised; since then they have changed radically. The closure of major fisheries in the early 1990s, following collapses in important stocks and the removal of direct subsidies, has affected fisheries of all sizes. Societal changes have also had an impact on ...
  • An unexpected bird in Honkai: Star Rail and China’s war on sparrows 

    Salvador, Rodrigo Brincalepe (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2023)
    In April 2023, the gacha game Honkai: Star Rail was launched, published by miHoYo/HoYoverse, a Chinese company now very famous for its hit game Genshin Impact. The game is a space opera focusing on a group of interstellar adventurers that travels across the universe to eliminate dangerous artifacts known as Stellarons. The player builds their team with a variety of anime-style characters (23 in total ...
  • Startup Competitions Decoded: Unpacking the Phenomenon's Dimensions 

    Elmi, Malek; Bertella, Giovanna; Castriotta, Manuel (Conference object; Konferansebidrag, 2023-09-18)
    Drawing on a typological theorizing style (Cornelissen, 2017), this paper investigates and deconstructs the fuzzy nature of startup competitions (Cornelissen, Höllerer and Seidl, 2021). Despite the pivotal role that startup competitions play in promoting innovation and shaping policies related to business creation and welfare there exists a scarcity of comprehensive research that thoroughly investigates ...
  • Digital forretningsmodellinnovasjon: Filmfestival i endring 

    Prebensen, Nina Katrine; Burmester, Michael; Aspvik, Preben (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2021)
    Publikum besøker filmfestivaler, alene eller sammen med andre mennesker, fordi de gir verdifulle opplevelser. Uansett motiver for å delta på en filmfestival er tilstedeværelsen avgjørende for øyeblikkopplevelsen. Digitalisering samt siste års pandemi har vist oss at denne tilstedeværelsen kan være digital så vel som fysisk. Nye, innovative teknologiløsninger kan hjelpe bedrifter og reisemål til å ...
  • Økonomiske konsekvenser for mindre aktører av ulike skattemodeller i havbruk: En komparativ analyse av den norske og den færøyske modellen 

    Rokvam, Vegard Østli; Winther, Arnt Gunnar (Master thesis; Mastergradsoppgave, 2023-05-29)
    Denne oppgaven handler om Finansdepartementets forslag til innføring av grunnrenteskatt i havbruksnæringen. Begrunnelsen for å innføre en slik skatt er at den ekstra profitten, eller grunnrenten som havbruksnæringen tjener gjennom statlige reguleringer av begrensede ressurser, også skal komme felleskapet til gode. Som svar på Finansdepartementets forslag har Sjømat Norge fremmet en alternativ metode ...
  • Seleksjon i Forsvaret 

    Hals, Jørgen Schulze; Lund, Henrik (Master thesis; Mastergradsoppgave, 2023-06-01)
    Denne oppgaven ønsker å gi svar på om Forsvaret selekterer ledere for fremtiden, og hvorvidt lederopptaket predikerer senere karriereprestasjoner. Riktig seleksjon er viktig for alle organisasjoner, men spesielt viktig for Forsvaret som med sitt mandat i ytterste konsekvens gir lederen ansvar for oppdrag som kan bety forskjellen på liv eller død. Det er gjennomført en longitunell undersøkelse ...

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