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41050 Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy (2022), Salpage Nesha Dushani, Margrethe Aanesen and Claire W. Armstrong Willingness to pay for mangrove restoration to reduce the climate change impacts on ecotourism in Rekawa coastal wetland, Sri Lanka /Files 3 2022 0 PubID 41050 0 0 Pub_TypeNumber Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy (2022), 0 1 Pub_Writer Salpage Nesha Dushani, Margrethe Aanesen and Claire W. Armstrong 0 2 Pub_Title Willingness to pay for mangrove restoration to reduce the climate change impacts on ecotourism in Rekawa coastal wetland, Sri Lanka 0 3 Pub_Publication /Files 0 4 Pub_AbstractEn 0 5 Pub_Type 3 0 6 Pub_Year 2022 0 7 Pub_OldID 0 0 8 41049 Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 35(9), 81-108 (2022) Dan-Richard Knudsen, Anatoli Bourmistrov and Katarina Kaarbøe Centers of data appropriation: evidence from a Nordic hotel chain /Files 3 2022 0 PubID 41049 1 0 Pub_TypeNumber Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 35(9), 81-108 (2022) 1 1 Pub_Writer Dan-Richard Knudsen, Anatoli Bourmistrov and Katarina Kaarbøe 1 2 Pub_Title Centers of data appropriation: evidence from a Nordic hotel chain 1 3 Pub_Publication /Files 1 4 Pub_AbstractEn 1 5 Pub_Type 3 1 6 Pub_Year 2022 1 7 Pub_OldID 0 1 8 41048 Tropical Agricultural Research, 33(2): 223-233 (2022) M.U.N. Gunawardana, W.N. De Silva and Margrethe Aanesen Market Potential for Quality Certified Dried Fish: A Consumer Choice Experiment in the Galle District of Sri Lanka /Files 3 2022 0 PubID 41048 2 0 Pub_TypeNumber Tropical Agricultural Research, 33(2): 223-233 (2022) 2 1 Pub_Writer M.U.N. Gunawardana, W.N. De Silva and Margrethe Aanesen 2 2 Pub_Title Market Potential for Quality Certified Dried Fish: A Consumer Choice Experiment in the Galle District of Sri Lanka 2 3 Pub_Publication /Files 2 4 Pub_AbstractEn 2 5 Pub_Type 3 2 6 Pub_Year 2022 2 7 Pub_OldID 0 2 8 41047 R18/21 Andrea Blikås Sæle og Karoline Blomgren LMX kongruens og jobbprestasjoner i team: Den medierende effekten av OCB. En studie av hvordan relasjonen mellom leder og dens team påvirker OCB og jobbprestasjon i små norske regnskapsbedrifter /Files/Filer/Publications/R18_21.pdf 2 2021 0 PubID 41047 3 0 Pub_TypeNumber R18/21 3 1 Pub_Writer Andrea Blikås Sæle og Karoline Blomgren 3 2 Pub_Title LMX kongruens og jobbprestasjoner i team: Den medierende effekten av OCB. En studie av hvordan relasjonen mellom leder og dens team påvirker OCB og jobbprestasjon i små norske regnskapsbedrifter 3 3 Pub_Publication /Files/Filer/Publications/R18_21.pdf 3 4 Pub_AbstractEn 3 5 Pub_Type 2 3 6 Pub_Year 2021 3 7 Pub_OldID 0 3 8 41046 R17/21 Jørgen Mongstad Eriksen og Marita Kleiberg Hestenes Like barn leker best? En studie om relasjoner /Files/Filer/Publications/R17_21.pdf 2 2021 0 PubID 41046 4 0 Pub_TypeNumber R17/21 4 1 Pub_Writer Jørgen Mongstad Eriksen og Marita Kleiberg Hestenes 4 2 Pub_Title Like barn leker best? En studie om relasjoner 4 3 Pub_Publication /Files/Filer/Publications/R17_21.pdf 4 4 Pub_AbstractEn 4 5 Pub_Type 2 4 6 Pub_Year 2021 4 7 Pub_OldID 0 4 8 41045 R16/21 Ida Jødahl and Vanessa Vance Cooperating with competitors. An exploratory case study of cooperative relationships between competing firms in NCE Finance Innovation /Files/Filer/Publications/R16_21.pdf The objective of this thesis is to examine the concept of coopetition by exploring how a neutral third party can manage coopetitive relationships. Because existing literature on how to manage coopetition is limited, we hope to contribute with further research and insight into this field. The empirical context for our study is the Norwegian fintech cluster “NCE Finance Innovation”. Clusters are defined as geographical concentrations of firms in a particular industry interconnected through a wide range of relationships. Clusters can therefore serve as a platform for developing and fostering multilateral coopetitive relationships providing an interesting context for studying coopetition. Our empirical findings are primarily based on nine semi-structured interviews with representatives from NCE Finance Innovation and member firms who have engaged in coopetitive relationships in the cluster either in the form of projects or working groups. Findings from our research reveal that the process of cooperating with competitors can be divided into three separate phases, where each phase involves different challenges and tensions that need to be managed in order to reap the potential benefits of coopetition. In an attempt to manage these challenges and tensions, we have identified seven important managerial mechanisms: motivating coopetitive relationships, identifying potential risks and challenges, building trust and creating a cooperative culture, ensuring progress, handling inter-firm conflicts, ensuring compliance with regulations and ensuring cooperation to the end. In exercising these mechanisms, we find that NCE Finance Innovation has a crucial role. NCE Finance Innovation operates as a buffer in the dynamic interplay between competition and cooperation, thus balancing the relationship between the rival firms. As such, we find that having a neutral third party like NCE Finance Innovation managing the coopetitive relationships is essential to ensure successful coopetition. 2 2021 0 PubID 41045 5 0 Pub_TypeNumber R16/21 5 1 Pub_Writer Ida Jødahl and Vanessa Vance 5 2 Pub_Title Cooperating with competitors. An exploratory case study of cooperative relationships between competing firms in NCE Finance Innovation 5 3 Pub_Publication /Files/Filer/Publications/R16_21.pdf 5 4 Pub_AbstractEn The objective of this thesis is to examine the concept of coopetition by exploring how a neutral third party can manage coopetitive relationships. Because existing literature on how to manage coopetition is limited, we hope to contribute with further research and insight into this field. The empirical context for our study is the Norwegian fintech cluster “NCE Finance Innovation”. Clusters are defined as geographical concentrations of firms in a particular industry interconnected through a wide range of relationships. Clusters can therefore serve as a platform for developing and fostering multilateral coopetitive relationships providing an interesting context for studying coopetition. Our empirical findings are primarily based on nine semi-structured interviews with representatives from NCE Finance Innovation and member firms who have engaged in coopetitive relationships in the cluster either in the form of projects or working groups. Findings from our research reveal that the process of cooperating with competitors can be divided into three separate phases, where each phase involves different challenges and tensions that need to be managed in order to reap the potential benefits of coopetition. In an attempt to manage these challenges and tensions, we have identified seven important managerial mechanisms: motivating coopetitive relationships, identifying potential risks and challenges, building trust and creating a cooperative culture, ensuring progress, handling inter-firm conflicts, ensuring compliance with regulations and ensuring cooperation to the end. In exercising these mechanisms, we find that NCE Finance Innovation has a crucial role. NCE Finance Innovation operates as a buffer in the dynamic interplay between competition and cooperation, thus balancing the relationship between the rival firms. As such, we find that having a neutral third party like NCE Finance Innovation managing the coopetitive relationships is essential to ensure successful coopetition. 5 5 Pub_Type 2 5 6 Pub_Year 2021 5 7 Pub_OldID 0 5 8 41044 R15/21 Dalia Spadaccini Leadership effectiveness in managing the coopetition paradox. A mixed study on leadership’s behavior and the role of trust /Files/Filer/Publications/R15_21.pdf Coopetition is the simultaneous pursuit of two contradictory logics: cooperation and competition. Nowadays, more and more direct competitors are involved in collaboration projects to bring substantial innovation or to consolidate their positions in the markets in which they operate. However, the pursuit of these two conflictual strategies simultaneously, the coopetition paradox, could create tensions at different levels. In this context, leaders detain a fundamental role. They should be able to integrate the paradox and adopt specific behaviors towards their teams and their partners in order to make the coopetition project successful. The current literature has extensively studied the role amongst leadership and conflict management but not much attention has been paid on this relationship in the coopetition context. Hence, this study aims to bring a substantial contribution and fill a relevant literature gap, giving also great managerial implications. It is focused on the leadership style and conflict management behavior that leaders need to adopt in order to manage conflicts between partners and within their own team. It also examines the role of trust and its influence on the choice of the most appropriate approach. This thesis focuses on the case study of three Norwegian insurance companies partnering to detect car insurance fraud. The project starts with a literature review and, afterward, the two Studies are presented. Study 1 involves the qualitative analysis of this project: the description of the case study, the interviews, and the hypotheses development. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with leaders and team members of the Scandinavian companies. This part has been fundamental to develop a set of predictions to be tested following some statistical analyses. Indeed, the second study of this thesis comprehends two survey experiments analyzed thanks to ANOVAs and regression methods. The findings disconfirmed my hypotheses. The transactional leadership style and the competition conflict management approach have been identified as the most effective behaviors to adopt in dealing with coopetition conflicts. Furthermore, trust does not influence the choice of that behavior, even if a key success factor in coopetition relationship. This project enriches the literature on the relationship between leadership and coopetition paradox and brings great empirical implications giving insights to future leaders and managers on the best approach to adopt to successfully deal with the coopetition strategy as well as great suggestions for future research. 2 2021 0 PubID 41044 6 0 Pub_TypeNumber R15/21 6 1 Pub_Writer Dalia Spadaccini 6 2 Pub_Title Leadership effectiveness in managing the coopetition paradox. A mixed study on leadership’s behavior and the role of trust 6 3 Pub_Publication /Files/Filer/Publications/R15_21.pdf 6 4 Pub_AbstractEn Coopetition is the simultaneous pursuit of two contradictory logics: cooperation and competition. Nowadays, more and more direct competitors are involved in collaboration projects to bring substantial innovation or to consolidate their positions in the markets in which they operate. However, the pursuit of these two conflictual strategies simultaneously, the coopetition paradox, could create tensions at different levels. In this context, leaders detain a fundamental role. They should be able to integrate the paradox and adopt specific behaviors towards their teams and their partners in order to make the coopetition project successful. The current literature has extensively studied the role amongst leadership and conflict management but not much attention has been paid on this relationship in the coopetition context. Hence, this study aims to bring a substantial contribution and fill a relevant literature gap, giving also great managerial implications. It is focused on the leadership style and conflict management behavior that leaders need to adopt in order to manage conflicts between partners and within their own team. It also examines the role of trust and its influence on the choice of the most appropriate approach. This thesis focuses on the case study of three Norwegian insurance companies partnering to detect car insurance fraud. The project starts with a literature review and, afterward, the two Studies are presented. Study 1 involves the qualitative analysis of this project: the description of the case study, the interviews, and the hypotheses development. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with leaders and team members of the Scandinavian companies. This part has been fundamental to develop a set of predictions to be tested following some statistical analyses. Indeed, the second study of this thesis comprehends two survey experiments analyzed thanks to ANOVAs and regression methods. The findings disconfirmed my hypotheses. The transactional leadership style and the competition conflict management approach have been identified as the most effective behaviors to adopt in dealing with coopetition conflicts. Furthermore, trust does not influence the choice of that behavior, even if a key success factor in coopetition relationship. This project enriches the literature on the relationship between leadership and coopetition paradox and brings great empirical implications giving insights to future leaders and managers on the best approach to adopt to successfully deal with the coopetition strategy as well as great suggestions for future research. 6 5 Pub_Type 2 6 6 Pub_Year 2021 6 7 Pub_OldID 0 6 8 41043 R02/22 Trond Bjørndal, Ragnar Arnason, Zvonimir P.Ð. Mrdalo and Max Nielsen Post-Brexit Management of Pelagic Fisheries in the North-East Atlantic: Norwegian Spring Spawning – Atlanto Scandian Herring, Mackerel, and Blue Whiting /Files/Filer/Publications/R02_22.pdf The Norwegian Sea is home to three large pelagic fisheries for mackerel, Norwegian spring spawning – Atlanto Scandian herring and blue whiting. In 2019, the total catch of these three species was 3,113,000 tonnes with a total value estimated at EUR 2.011 billion. This means they represent some of the largest fisheries in the North Atlantic and are important in terms of income and employment for the participating countries. The purpose of this report is to analyse post-Brexit management of the fisheries. A number of countries including the EU, Norway, the Faroe Islands, Iceland, Greenland and Russia have traditionally fished these stocks and have internationally recognised fishing rights in the area. As the United Kingdom has left the EU, the legal status of both the UK and the EU has changed: while the UK is now a coastal state in all three fisheries, the EU is coastal state in the fisheries for mackerel and blue whiting while a distant water state in the herring fishery. The more countries involved, the more difficult to arrive at a cooperative agreement. Thus, with a new player post-Brexit, it may become even more difficult than before to agree to cooperate. The report takes a game theoretic perspective to the management of the fisheries in question. In a cooperative game, all parties cooperating is referred to as the grand coalition and there have been periods when the fisheries have been managed by grand coalitions. However, for mackerel, the grand coalition broke down in 2008; for herring, where there was full cooperation up to 2012, while for blue whiting, the grand coalition broke down in 2015. Currently, although the parties agree on TACs as recommended by ICES, national quotas are set unilaterally with the consequence the sum of quotas exceed ICES quota advice. The report analyses developments in the fisheries over time as well as conditions that must be met for renewed cooperation. 2 2022 0 PubID 41043 7 0 Pub_TypeNumber R02/22 7 1 Pub_Writer Trond Bjørndal, Ragnar Arnason, Zvonimir P.Ð. Mrdalo and Max Nielsen 7 2 Pub_Title Post-Brexit Management of Pelagic Fisheries in the North-East Atlantic: Norwegian Spring Spawning – Atlanto Scandian Herring, Mackerel, and Blue Whiting 7 3 Pub_Publication /Files/Filer/Publications/R02_22.pdf 7 4 Pub_AbstractEn The Norwegian Sea is home to three large pelagic fisheries for mackerel, Norwegian spring spawning – Atlanto Scandian herring and blue whiting. In 2019, the total catch of these three species was 3,113,000 tonnes with a total value estimated at EUR 2.011 billion. This means they represent some of the largest fisheries in the North Atlantic and are important in terms of income and employment for the participating countries. The purpose of this report is to analyse post-Brexit management of the fisheries. A number of countries including the EU, Norway, the Faroe Islands, Iceland, Greenland and Russia have traditionally fished these stocks and have internationally recognised fishing rights in the area. As the United Kingdom has left the EU, the legal status of both the UK and the EU has changed: while the UK is now a coastal state in all three fisheries, the EU is coastal state in the fisheries for mackerel and blue whiting while a distant water state in the herring fishery. The more countries involved, the more difficult to arrive at a cooperative agreement. Thus, with a new player post-Brexit, it may become even more difficult than before to agree to cooperate. The report takes a game theoretic perspective to the management of the fisheries in question. In a cooperative game, all parties cooperating is referred to as the grand coalition and there have been periods when the fisheries have been managed by grand coalitions. However, for mackerel, the grand coalition broke down in 2008; for herring, where there was full cooperation up to 2012, while for blue whiting, the grand coalition broke down in 2015. Currently, although the parties agree on TACs as recommended by ICES, national quotas are set unilaterally with the consequence the sum of quotas exceed ICES quota advice. The report analyses developments in the fisheries over time as well as conditions that must be met for renewed cooperation. 7 5 Pub_Type 2 7 6 Pub_Year 2022 7 7 Pub_OldID 0 7 8 41042 Risk Assessment for Deep-Seabed Mining (2022) Erik van Doorn, Jens Laugesen, Matthias Haeckel, Nélia Mestre, Frode Skjeret and Annemiek Vink In Rahul, Sharma (ed.): Perspectives on Deep-Sea Mining. Sustainability, Technology, Environmental Policy and Management. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 497-526 /Files 3 2022 0 PubID 41042 8 0 Pub_TypeNumber Risk Assessment for Deep-Seabed Mining (2022) 8 1 Pub_Writer Erik van Doorn, Jens Laugesen, Matthias Haeckel, Nélia Mestre, Frode Skjeret and Annemiek Vink 8 2 Pub_Title In Rahul, Sharma (ed.): Perspectives on Deep-Sea Mining. Sustainability, Technology, Environmental Policy and Management. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 497-526 8 3 Pub_Publication /Files 8 4 Pub_AbstractEn 8 5 Pub_Type 3 8 6 Pub_Year 2022 8 7 Pub_OldID 0 8 8 41038 Environmental Management (2022) Negar Akbari, Trond Bjørndal, Pierre Failler, Andy Forse, Marc H. Taylor and Benjamin Drakeford A Multi-Criteria Framework for the Sustainable Management of Fisheries: a Case Study of UK's North Sea Scottish Fisheries /Files 3 2022 0 PubID 41038 9 0 Pub_TypeNumber Environmental Management (2022) 9 1 Pub_Writer Negar Akbari, Trond Bjørndal, Pierre Failler, Andy Forse, Marc H. Taylor and Benjamin Drakeford 9 2 Pub_Title A Multi-Criteria Framework for the Sustainable Management of Fisheries: a Case Study of UK's North Sea Scottish Fisheries 9 3 Pub_Publication /Files 9 4 Pub_AbstractEn 9 5 Pub_Type 3 9 6 Pub_Year 2022 9 7 Pub_OldID 0 9 8 41037 R07/21 Ignacio Herrera Anchustegui, Gunnar S. Eskeland and Frode Skjeret Understanding decommisioning of offshore infrastructures: A legal and economic appetizer /Files/Filer/Publications/R07_21.pdf Sea spaces have been vital for humankind. Thanks to technological development and ingenuity, we harvest, use, consume and exhaust resources located in the sea or the seabed. To do so, we make use of different man-made structures. These range from fish farms and simple buoys, to complex and large energy structures such as wind farms or oil and gas rigs, such as the Norwegian Troll A oil platform, the heaviest structure ever made at the time of its construction. Oil and gas platforms and wind turbines have a finite life span. Their location at sea means that there is erosion, causing mechanical attrition and increasing the repair and maintenance costs. This makes wind farms become inefficient or no longer operative. The same applies to oil and gas platforms, with the added complication that as fields mature, fewer hydrocarbons remain, and they are either impossible to extract or it is not cost-effective to do so. In addition, there are structural factors that cause problems, such as the fact that offshore energy structures are typically built on the terms set by a government-granted license or permit. These authorizations are granted with time limits and upon their expiration, they request the operators and owners of the offshore structures to remove them from the sea. This process is known as decommissioning. Our report takes a holistic approach to offshore energy decommissioning in the North Sea. We study the rules applicable to offshore oil and gas operations and offshore wind. This is a novel approach compared to that of existing literature. This will allow us to compare how decommissioning is conducted in different industries and answer whether oil and gas decommissioning rules can be readily applied to offshore wind. Furthermore, our research will identify challenges that these two sectors are facing in light of the need for further circularity and sustainability. Additionally, we adopt a legal and economic standpoint to study the governance of these activities in order to understand the incentives and challenges in decommissioning. 2 2021 0 PubID 41037 10 0 Pub_TypeNumber R07/21 10 1 Pub_Writer Ignacio Herrera Anchustegui, Gunnar S. Eskeland and Frode Skjeret 10 2 Pub_Title Understanding decommisioning of offshore infrastructures: A legal and economic appetizer 10 3 Pub_Publication /Files/Filer/Publications/R07_21.pdf 10 4 Pub_AbstractEn Sea spaces have been vital for humankind. Thanks to technological development and ingenuity, we harvest, use, consume and exhaust resources located in the sea or the seabed. To do so, we make use of different man-made structures. These range from fish farms and simple buoys, to complex and large energy structures such as wind farms or oil and gas rigs, such as the Norwegian Troll A oil platform, the heaviest structure ever made at the time of its construction. Oil and gas platforms and wind turbines have a finite life span. Their location at sea means that there is erosion, causing mechanical attrition and increasing the repair and maintenance costs. This makes wind farms become inefficient or no longer operative. The same applies to oil and gas platforms, with the added complication that as fields mature, fewer hydrocarbons remain, and they are either impossible to extract or it is not cost-effective to do so. In addition, there are structural factors that cause problems, such as the fact that offshore energy structures are typically built on the terms set by a government-granted license or permit. These authorizations are granted with time limits and upon their expiration, they request the operators and owners of the offshore structures to remove them from the sea. This process is known as decommissioning. Our report takes a holistic approach to offshore energy decommissioning in the North Sea. We study the rules applicable to offshore oil and gas operations and offshore wind. This is a novel approach compared to that of existing literature. This will allow us to compare how decommissioning is conducted in different industries and answer whether oil and gas decommissioning rules can be readily applied to offshore wind. Furthermore, our research will identify challenges that these two sectors are facing in light of the need for further circularity and sustainability. Additionally, we adopt a legal and economic standpoint to study the governance of these activities in order to understand the incentives and challenges in decommissioning. 10 5 Pub_Type 2 10 6 Pub_Year 2021 10 7 Pub_OldID 0 10 8 41036 R01/22 Julian Vedeler Johnsen og Astrid Oline Ervik Frafall i høyere utdanning - konsekvenser for arbeidsmarkedskarriere? /Files/Filer/Publications/SNF-R 01_22.pdf 2 2022 0 PubID 41036 11 0 Pub_TypeNumber R01/22 11 1 Pub_Writer Julian Vedeler Johnsen og Astrid Oline Ervik 11 2 Pub_Title Frafall i høyere utdanning - konsekvenser for arbeidsmarkedskarriere? 11 3 Pub_Publication /Files/Filer/Publications/SNF-R 01_22.pdf 11 4 Pub_AbstractEn 11 5 Pub_Type 2 11 6 Pub_Year 2022 11 7 Pub_OldID 0 11 8 41035 A16/21 Øystein Foros, Hans Jarle Kind and Frank Stähler Endogenous multihoming and network effects: PlayStation, Xbox, or both? /Files/Filer/Publications/A16_21.pdf Competition between firms that sell incompatible varieties of network products might be fierce, because it is important for each of them to attract a large number of users. The literature therefore predicts that stronger network effects decrease prices and profits. We show that this prediction hinges critically on an implicit or explicit assumption that each consumer buys only one of the varieties offered in the market (singlehoming consumers). We show that multihoming (some consumers buy more than one variety) may arise endogenously if the number of exclusive features that each variety offers is sufficiently high. In sharp contrast to the conventional prediction under consumer singlehoming, we further show that both prices and profits could increase in the strength of the network effects if (some) consumers multihome. However, this does not necessarily imply that profits are higher under multihoming than under singlehoming. On the contrary, multihoming might constitute a prisoner’s dilemma for the firms, in the sense that they could make higher profits if each consumer bought only one of the varieties. 1 2021 0 PubID 41035 12 0 Pub_TypeNumber A16/21 12 1 Pub_Writer Øystein Foros, Hans Jarle Kind and Frank Stähler 12 2 Pub_Title Endogenous multihoming and network effects: PlayStation, Xbox, or both? 12 3 Pub_Publication /Files/Filer/Publications/A16_21.pdf 12 4 Pub_AbstractEn Competition between firms that sell incompatible varieties of network products might be fierce, because it is important for each of them to attract a large number of users. The literature therefore predicts that stronger network effects decrease prices and profits. We show that this prediction hinges critically on an implicit or explicit assumption that each consumer buys only one of the varieties offered in the market (singlehoming consumers). We show that multihoming (some consumers buy more than one variety) may arise endogenously if the number of exclusive features that each variety offers is sufficiently high. In sharp contrast to the conventional prediction under consumer singlehoming, we further show that both prices and profits could increase in the strength of the network effects if (some) consumers multihome. However, this does not necessarily imply that profits are higher under multihoming than under singlehoming. On the contrary, multihoming might constitute a prisoner’s dilemma for the firms, in the sense that they could make higher profits if each consumer bought only one of the varieties. 12 5 Pub_Type 1 12 6 Pub_Year 2021 12 7 Pub_OldID 0 12 8 41034 European Journal of Epidemiology (2022) Hans K. Hvide and Julian Johnsen COVID-19 and mental health: a longitudinal population study from Norway /Files 3 2022 0 PubID 41034 13 0 Pub_TypeNumber European Journal of Epidemiology (2022) 13 1 Pub_Writer Hans K. Hvide and Julian Johnsen 13 2 Pub_Title COVID-19 and mental health: a longitudinal population study from Norway 13 3 Pub_Publication /Files 13 4 Pub_AbstractEn 13 5 Pub_Type 3 13 6 Pub_Year 2022 13 7 Pub_OldID 0 13 8 41033 R13/21 Simran Kaur Virdee Transitioning to the New Normal. How has the transition to a virtual workplace been and how do employees handle working full-time in virtual teams? /Files/Filer/Publications/R13_21.pdf his thesis seeks to explore how virtual teams experienced the transition to a virtual workplace and how they managed working full-time under extraordinary circumstances that caused them to work virtually involuntarily. The research was conducted qualitatively in the setting of a medium-sized established Norwegian company within the digital marketing sector. The use of data through observations and semi-structured interviews aim to shed light on the aforementioned research problem in relation to broader literature on virtual teamwork. In the first section, the study identified how the virtual transition was experienced in the early phase, and with already established digital tools and equipment, the study showed that team members characterize it as having less difficulties and being more comfortable. The study also noted that virtual teamwork results in a greater physical distance from other team members, resulting in challenges with maintaining communication and building new relationships. Moreover, the study uncovered the fact that early formation of face-to-face contact and familiarity remains important for building trust. However, it was also seen that frequent communication and audio-visual communication technologies can help deliver more personal meeting experiences and thus increase the presence of social cohesion and trust within virtual teams. In the study’s second section, the key challenges and benefits that the established firm obtained by working virtually were identified. In this regard, challenges related to the lack of informal communication and social interactions were found to be significant in terms of team member’s relations and wellbeing. Additionally, this research found that the virtual working environment poses new ways of working in regard to higher flexibility, but also blurs the lines between personal and work domains in which controlling the new era of work and staying motivated becomes more challenging to manage. 2 2021 0 PubID 41033 14 0 Pub_TypeNumber R13/21 14 1 Pub_Writer Simran Kaur Virdee 14 2 Pub_Title Transitioning to the New Normal. How has the transition to a virtual workplace been and how do employees handle working full-time in virtual teams? 14 3 Pub_Publication /Files/Filer/Publications/R13_21.pdf 14 4 Pub_AbstractEn his thesis seeks to explore how virtual teams experienced the transition to a virtual workplace and how they managed working full-time under extraordinary circumstances that caused them to work virtually involuntarily. The research was conducted qualitatively in the setting of a medium-sized established Norwegian company within the digital marketing sector. The use of data through observations and semi-structured interviews aim to shed light on the aforementioned research problem in relation to broader literature on virtual teamwork. In the first section, the study identified how the virtual transition was experienced in the early phase, and with already established digital tools and equipment, the study showed that team members characterize it as having less difficulties and being more comfortable. The study also noted that virtual teamwork results in a greater physical distance from other team members, resulting in challenges with maintaining communication and building new relationships. Moreover, the study uncovered the fact that early formation of face-to-face contact and familiarity remains important for building trust. However, it was also seen that frequent communication and audio-visual communication technologies can help deliver more personal meeting experiences and thus increase the presence of social cohesion and trust within virtual teams. In the study’s second section, the key challenges and benefits that the established firm obtained by working virtually were identified. In this regard, challenges related to the lack of informal communication and social interactions were found to be significant in terms of team member’s relations and wellbeing. Additionally, this research found that the virtual working environment poses new ways of working in regard to higher flexibility, but also blurs the lines between personal and work domains in which controlling the new era of work and staying motivated becomes more challenging to manage. 14 5 Pub_Type 2 14 6 Pub_Year 2021 14 7 Pub_OldID 0 14 8 41032 R12/21 Endri Aliçkaj The Role of Leadership in Managing Tensions and Ambivalence in a Coopetitive Innovation Strategy. A Case Study from the Insurance Industry /Files/Filer/Publications/R12_21.pdf n today’s dynamic, competitive, and complex business world, cooperating with your competitor is increasingly used as a firm-strategy to achieve innovation. However, such a relationship, known as coopetition, is paradoxical, as it involves firms cooperating and competing at the same time, creating paradoxical tensions. While prior literature has proposed different approaches to manage coopetitive relationships, such as juridical and structural solutions, a framework that explains the role of leadership in managing these tensions in interfirm coopetitive relationships is missing. To bridge this gap, I carry out an inductive study interviewing leaders in three firms in the Fintech industry, participating in an insurance industry coopetitive project. Drawing on grounded theory and temporal mapping, I examine how leaders manage the tension present in coopetitive relationships and the emotional ambivalence arising from it. The findings demonstrate the tensions and ambivalence experienced by leaders, represented by different and dynamic emotional trajectories in each firm. Further, the findings show how leaders throughout these trajectories manage tensions by engaging in specific leadership functions. This in turn appears to influence how the leaders perceive the coopetitive relationships as well as innovation outcome potential. Based on these findings, I propose that leadership plays a significant role in achieving the desired outcomes of inter-firm competitive relationships. I develop a model that explains how emotional ambivalence caused by paradoxical tension affects the emotional state of leaders, and how leaders engage in specific functions aimed at managing such states, which in turn influences sustaining inter-firm relationships, and ultimately innovation potential. The findings have theoretical implications for research on organization paradoxes arising from coopetition, and practical implications for leaders responsible for the success of coopetition projects. Keywords: coopetition; paradoxical tension; emotional ambivalence; leadership; innovation 2 2021 0 PubID 41032 15 0 Pub_TypeNumber R12/21 15 1 Pub_Writer Endri Aliçkaj 15 2 Pub_Title The Role of Leadership in Managing Tensions and Ambivalence in a Coopetitive Innovation Strategy. A Case Study from the Insurance Industry 15 3 Pub_Publication /Files/Filer/Publications/R12_21.pdf 15 4 Pub_AbstractEn n today’s dynamic, competitive, and complex business world, cooperating with your competitor is increasingly used as a firm-strategy to achieve innovation. However, such a relationship, known as coopetition, is paradoxical, as it involves firms cooperating and competing at the same time, creating paradoxical tensions. While prior literature has proposed different approaches to manage coopetitive relationships, such as juridical and structural solutions, a framework that explains the role of leadership in managing these tensions in interfirm coopetitive relationships is missing. To bridge this gap, I carry out an inductive study interviewing leaders in three firms in the Fintech industry, participating in an insurance industry coopetitive project. Drawing on grounded theory and temporal mapping, I examine how leaders manage the tension present in coopetitive relationships and the emotional ambivalence arising from it. The findings demonstrate the tensions and ambivalence experienced by leaders, represented by different and dynamic emotional trajectories in each firm. Further, the findings show how leaders throughout these trajectories manage tensions by engaging in specific leadership functions. This in turn appears to influence how the leaders perceive the coopetitive relationships as well as innovation outcome potential. Based on these findings, I propose that leadership plays a significant role in achieving the desired outcomes of inter-firm competitive relationships. I develop a model that explains how emotional ambivalence caused by paradoxical tension affects the emotional state of leaders, and how leaders engage in specific functions aimed at managing such states, which in turn influences sustaining inter-firm relationships, and ultimately innovation potential. The findings have theoretical implications for research on organization paradoxes arising from coopetition, and practical implications for leaders responsible for the success of coopetition projects. Keywords: coopetition; paradoxical tension; emotional ambivalence; leadership; innovation 15 5 Pub_Type 2 15 6 Pub_Year 2021 15 7 Pub_OldID 0 15 8 41031 R11/21 Sizhu Chen A Leadership Perspective: Navigating the Coopetition Paradox to foster Innovation in the Insurance Industry /Files/Filer/Publications/R11_21.pdf Leadership plays an important role in a coopetitive innovation strategy. However, the coopetitive interfirm relationship is paradoxical as it involves competing and cooperating simultaneously, where leaders are expected to navigate the paradoxical tensions for success. The current literature has examined this relationship but has not focused on the role of leadership. Particularly, to date, limited research has compared the functions performed by leaders at different levels in an organization. By examining how strategic versus operational leaders navigate paradoxical tensions in coopetitive relations, this thesis begins to bridge this gap. To explore this I use an explorative, case-based qualitative study in the insurance industry involving three companies pursuing a fraud detection project within the Finance Innovation Cluster. Using semistructured interviews, I examine operational and strategic leadership functions using grounded theory and thematic mapping strategies. The findings show that both strategic and operational leaders navigate paradoxical tensions and the emotional ambivalence arising from it, as experienced by the leaders, their subordinates, and in their coopetitive relationships. However, there is a difference in how leaders act to manage this. While strategic leaders tend to be aware of paradoxes by working to neutralize the emotional ambivalence of coopetition, operational leaders rely on enhancing the positive emotions present in emotional ambivalence. Further, strategic leaders are devoted to capturing value, using a transparadox mindset, whereas operational leaders attempt to create value using a paradox-blurring mindset. The findings contribute to the understanding of leadership roles, as well as how leaders at different levels navigate and balance paradoxical tensions in coopetitive interfirm relationships different ways to attempt to succeed in fostering innovation. 2 2021 0 PubID 41031 16 0 Pub_TypeNumber R11/21 16 1 Pub_Writer Sizhu Chen 16 2 Pub_Title A Leadership Perspective: Navigating the Coopetition Paradox to foster Innovation in the Insurance Industry 16 3 Pub_Publication /Files/Filer/Publications/R11_21.pdf 16 4 Pub_AbstractEn Leadership plays an important role in a coopetitive innovation strategy. However, the coopetitive interfirm relationship is paradoxical as it involves competing and cooperating simultaneously, where leaders are expected to navigate the paradoxical tensions for success. The current literature has examined this relationship but has not focused on the role of leadership. Particularly, to date, limited research has compared the functions performed by leaders at different levels in an organization. By examining how strategic versus operational leaders navigate paradoxical tensions in coopetitive relations, this thesis begins to bridge this gap. To explore this I use an explorative, case-based qualitative study in the insurance industry involving three companies pursuing a fraud detection project within the Finance Innovation Cluster. Using semistructured interviews, I examine operational and strategic leadership functions using grounded theory and thematic mapping strategies. The findings show that both strategic and operational leaders navigate paradoxical tensions and the emotional ambivalence arising from it, as experienced by the leaders, their subordinates, and in their coopetitive relationships. However, there is a difference in how leaders act to manage this. While strategic leaders tend to be aware of paradoxes by working to neutralize the emotional ambivalence of coopetition, operational leaders rely on enhancing the positive emotions present in emotional ambivalence. Further, strategic leaders are devoted to capturing value, using a transparadox mindset, whereas operational leaders attempt to create value using a paradox-blurring mindset. The findings contribute to the understanding of leadership roles, as well as how leaders at different levels navigate and balance paradoxical tensions in coopetitive interfirm relationships different ways to attempt to succeed in fostering innovation. 16 5 Pub_Type 2 16 6 Pub_Year 2021 16 7 Pub_OldID 0 16 8 41030 R10/21 Natalie Hellesø Milde and Martine Kjenstad Prosocially motivated innovative team behaviour and the sincerity of an organisational mission /Files/Filer/Publications/R10_21.pdf Little is known about how mission-driven organisations can facilitate innovative behaviour in prosocially motivated teams. We seek to understand how the sincerity of a firm’s prosocial mission, as it is perceived by employees, moderates the impact of prosocial motivation on innovative behaviour in teams. To test our model, we conduct hierarchical ordinary least squares (OLS) regression analyses in a multinational mission-driven organisation. With a sample of 122 employee teams and supervisors in a multinational health corporation, we find that neither prosocial motivation nor perceived sincerity alone is sufficient to promote innovative behaviour at the team level. Interestingly, however, the key finding of our study is that when teams simultaneously display high levels of prosocial motivation and perceive the prosocial mission as sincere, the level of innovative behaviour is higher. Our results have practical implications for recruitment and selection processes as well as internal activities within organisations to promote innovative behaviour. 2 2021 0 PubID 41030 17 0 Pub_TypeNumber R10/21 17 1 Pub_Writer Natalie Hellesø Milde and Martine Kjenstad 17 2 Pub_Title Prosocially motivated innovative team behaviour and the sincerity of an organisational mission 17 3 Pub_Publication /Files/Filer/Publications/R10_21.pdf 17 4 Pub_AbstractEn Little is known about how mission-driven organisations can facilitate innovative behaviour in prosocially motivated teams. We seek to understand how the sincerity of a firm’s prosocial mission, as it is perceived by employees, moderates the impact of prosocial motivation on innovative behaviour in teams. To test our model, we conduct hierarchical ordinary least squares (OLS) regression analyses in a multinational mission-driven organisation. With a sample of 122 employee teams and supervisors in a multinational health corporation, we find that neither prosocial motivation nor perceived sincerity alone is sufficient to promote innovative behaviour at the team level. Interestingly, however, the key finding of our study is that when teams simultaneously display high levels of prosocial motivation and perceive the prosocial mission as sincere, the level of innovative behaviour is higher. Our results have practical implications for recruitment and selection processes as well as internal activities within organisations to promote innovative behaviour. 17 5 Pub_Type 2 17 6 Pub_Year 2021 17 7 Pub_OldID 0 17 8 41029 R09/21 Helene Vølen Koppen og Fredrik Tonning Agil arbeidsmetode under en pandemi. En eksplorerende casestudie om hvordan agil arbeidsmetode utføres under en pandemi /Files/Filer/Publications/R09_21.pdf 2 2021 0 PubID 41029 18 0 Pub_TypeNumber R09/21 18 1 Pub_Writer Helene Vølen Koppen og Fredrik Tonning 18 2 Pub_Title Agil arbeidsmetode under en pandemi. En eksplorerende casestudie om hvordan agil arbeidsmetode utføres under en pandemi 18 3 Pub_Publication /Files/Filer/Publications/R09_21.pdf 18 4 Pub_AbstractEn 18 5 Pub_Type 2 18 6 Pub_Year 2021 18 7 Pub_OldID 0 18 8 41028 R08/21 Johanne G. Hagelin and Stine H. Sætre The Functions of Leadership in Managing Paradoxical Tensions in Coopetitive Interfirm Strategies. A Qualitative Case Study from the Fintech Industry /Files/Filer/Publications/R08_21.pdf The term coopetition describes a situation where companies cooperate and compete with one another at the same time, typically to achieve innovation. However, the simultaneous pursuit of cooperation and competition between firms create a paradox in the relationship, which in turn has the potential to cause tensions. The field of research about different aspects of coopetition and the paradoxical tensions that could arise is nascent, and particularly the research on how the individual leader can manage these tensions is limited. In particular, this study looks further into the emotional ambivalence leaders may experience when exposed to paradoxical tensions while participating in coopetitive relationships. We seek to explore the research question: How do leaders manage paradoxical tensions in the different phases of a coopetitive project? Our study is a qualitative case study of a coopetition project initiated by the NCE Finance Innovation Cluster in response to the PSD2-regulations imposed by the EU. Drawing upon seven semi-structured interviews, the data analysis reveals leadership behaviors critical for sustaining a coopetitive relationship, particularly in high-tension phases. We first identify three critical tension points and then key emotional-relational and task-performance leadership behaviors that leaders engage in to manage the emotional ambiguity that arises from the paradoxical tensions. Lastly, we examine a possible relationship between leadership and the exploitation of a project’s innovation potential. Even though the Covid-19 pandemic made it impossible to conduct in-person interviews, and the project was ended two years before we collected the data, we were able to establish trusting contacts with informants to gather rich data. Trough our research we contribute with new insights to how functional leadership can sustain a coopetitive relationship by managing paradoxical tensions in different phases of the project when engaging in a coopetitive interfirm innovation strategy. A practical implication is the importance of leadership in sustaining a coopetitive relationship, not only to foster coopetition success but also for achieving the project’s innovation potential. Keywords: Coopetition; innovation; leadership; interpersonal tensions; paradox 2 2021 0 PubID 41028 19 0 Pub_TypeNumber R08/21 19 1 Pub_Writer Johanne G. Hagelin and Stine H. Sætre 19 2 Pub_Title The Functions of Leadership in Managing Paradoxical Tensions in Coopetitive Interfirm Strategies. A Qualitative Case Study from the Fintech Industry 19 3 Pub_Publication /Files/Filer/Publications/R08_21.pdf 19 4 Pub_AbstractEn The term coopetition describes a situation where companies cooperate and compete with one another at the same time, typically to achieve innovation. However, the simultaneous pursuit of cooperation and competition between firms create a paradox in the relationship, which in turn has the potential to cause tensions. The field of research about different aspects of coopetition and the paradoxical tensions that could arise is nascent, and particularly the research on how the individual leader can manage these tensions is limited. In particular, this study looks further into the emotional ambivalence leaders may experience when exposed to paradoxical tensions while participating in coopetitive relationships. We seek to explore the research question: How do leaders manage paradoxical tensions in the different phases of a coopetitive project? Our study is a qualitative case study of a coopetition project initiated by the NCE Finance Innovation Cluster in response to the PSD2-regulations imposed by the EU. Drawing upon seven semi-structured interviews, the data analysis reveals leadership behaviors critical for sustaining a coopetitive relationship, particularly in high-tension phases. We first identify three critical tension points and then key emotional-relational and task-performance leadership behaviors that leaders engage in to manage the emotional ambiguity that arises from the paradoxical tensions. Lastly, we examine a possible relationship between leadership and the exploitation of a project’s innovation potential. Even though the Covid-19 pandemic made it impossible to conduct in-person interviews, and the project was ended two years before we collected the data, we were able to establish trusting contacts with informants to gather rich data. Trough our research we contribute with new insights to how functional leadership can sustain a coopetitive relationship by managing paradoxical tensions in different phases of the project when engaging in a coopetitive interfirm innovation strategy. A practical implication is the importance of leadership in sustaining a coopetitive relationship, not only to foster coopetition success but also for achieving the project’s innovation potential. Keywords: Coopetition; innovation; leadership; interpersonal tensions; paradox 19 5 Pub_Type 2 19 6 Pub_Year 2021 19 7 Pub_OldID 0 19 8 41027 R06/21 Iselin Førland og Sara Klemp Agil organisering i et komplekst selskap med store avhengigheter. En kvalitativ casestudie om agil organisering i et veletablert finanskonsern /Files/Filer/Publications/R06_21.pdf 2 2021 0 PubID 41027 20 0 Pub_TypeNumber R06/21 20 1 Pub_Writer Iselin Førland og Sara Klemp 20 2 Pub_Title Agil organisering i et komplekst selskap med store avhengigheter. En kvalitativ casestudie om agil organisering i et veletablert finanskonsern 20 3 Pub_Publication /Files/Filer/Publications/R06_21.pdf 20 4 Pub_AbstractEn 20 5 Pub_Type 2 20 6 Pub_Year 2021 20 7 Pub_OldID 0 20 8 41026 R05/21 Victor Antonio Ruiz Bergerskogen Organizational Legitimacy in Innovation Units with Radical Mandates. An exploratory case study unpacking the role of New Tech Lab in the DNB organization /Files/Filer/Publications/R05_21.pdf This thesis aims to explore how innovation units with radical mandates work to achieve organizational legitimacy. The context for the study is the Norwegian banking institution DNB and its innovation unit New Tech Lab. Interviews with New Tech Lab members and other DNB employees were used as the basis for the research and the findings of this research are presented and considered in relation to the existing literature on organizational ambidexterity and radical innovation. The findings of the research project suggest that three main factors affect the legitimacy of these units – structural requirements, actions by the unit, and distractions. The findings are used to create a framework that shows the relationships between these factors and outlines the importance of elements such as managerial support, autonomy, and clear innovation mandates, as well as identifying the core behaviors that support the legitimacy of these units. The research also uncovers two challenges that may arise as a result of efforts to establish legitimacy, that may in fact undermine the legitimacy of the innovative unit. One key finding of this thesis is the importance of the innovative unit’s ability to provide tangible value that is visible to the members of the organization. The thesis finds that by engaging in activities and collaborations that create value for the main organization, radical innovation units can generate attitudes and relationships that support their legitimacy in the organization. While the majority of the findings in this thesis are in alignment with existing research on organizational ambidexterity and radical innovation, virtually no prior research on the topic of internal organizational legitimacy has been done. This thesis establishes a point of departure for future research projects on the topic and proposes a new perspective on the concept of establishing internal legitimacy within organizations. 2 2021 0 PubID 41026 21 0 Pub_TypeNumber R05/21 21 1 Pub_Writer Victor Antonio Ruiz Bergerskogen 21 2 Pub_Title Organizational Legitimacy in Innovation Units with Radical Mandates. An exploratory case study unpacking the role of New Tech Lab in the DNB organization 21 3 Pub_Publication /Files/Filer/Publications/R05_21.pdf 21 4 Pub_AbstractEn This thesis aims to explore how innovation units with radical mandates work to achieve organizational legitimacy. The context for the study is the Norwegian banking institution DNB and its innovation unit New Tech Lab. Interviews with New Tech Lab members and other DNB employees were used as the basis for the research and the findings of this research are presented and considered in relation to the existing literature on organizational ambidexterity and radical innovation. The findings of the research project suggest that three main factors affect the legitimacy of these units – structural requirements, actions by the unit, and distractions. The findings are used to create a framework that shows the relationships between these factors and outlines the importance of elements such as managerial support, autonomy, and clear innovation mandates, as well as identifying the core behaviors that support the legitimacy of these units. The research also uncovers two challenges that may arise as a result of efforts to establish legitimacy, that may in fact undermine the legitimacy of the innovative unit. One key finding of this thesis is the importance of the innovative unit’s ability to provide tangible value that is visible to the members of the organization. The thesis finds that by engaging in activities and collaborations that create value for the main organization, radical innovation units can generate attitudes and relationships that support their legitimacy in the organization. While the majority of the findings in this thesis are in alignment with existing research on organizational ambidexterity and radical innovation, virtually no prior research on the topic of internal organizational legitimacy has been done. This thesis establishes a point of departure for future research projects on the topic and proposes a new perspective on the concept of establishing internal legitimacy within organizations. 21 5 Pub_Type 2 21 6 Pub_Year 2021 21 7 Pub_OldID 0 21 8 41025 R04/21 Claudia Zamarian How public bodies deal with technological uncertainty over time. An exploratory analysis through dynamic capabilities lenses /Files/Filer/Publications/R04_21.pdf The public actors are not exempt by the technological uncertainty, which increasingly affects both the private and public sector. Public organizations, and private actors, handle such uncertainty by deploying dynamic capabilities, which are defined as the ability of an organization to adapt to change (Teece et al., 1997; Schoemaker et al., 2018). This study wants to investigate how public organizations deal with technological uncertainty through dynamic capabilities. In particular, it highlights the effect of time on the development of sensing, seizing, and transforming capabilities and what are the elements that inhibit and enhance technological development. This thesis consists of an exploratory study, adopting a case study strategy, and investigates how public organizations deal with technological uncertainty over time. The Norwegian Tax Administration is the case company participating in this research. First, a review of the literature on dynamic capabilities and technological development has been performed to gain more knowledge on the topic. Subsequently, primary qualitative data have been collected through semi-structured interviews and secondary qualitative data through the company’s reports that were later analysed with coding techniques. The research consisted of an iterative process in which the information gained through the data collection served to refine the research question further. Although the literature has been utilized as the theoretical basis for carrying out the analysis, the findings reported new insights to dynamic capabilities theory. The empirical findings report that sensing, seizing, and transforming capabilities change over time. The organization increases and strengthens the stock of dynamic capabilities over time, and it is possible to individuate elements that inhibit and enhance the development of dynamic capabilities, thus affecting the organization’s ability to deal with technological uncertainty. This thesis enriches the literature on dynamic capabilities and the public sector by investigating the topic adopting a time perspective. Moreover, this study is particularly relevant for managers of public agencies and officers of governmental bodies because it highlights the relevance of people and processes, as well as the great importance of contextual elements that affect the ability of a public organization to deal with technological uncertainty over time. 2 2021 0 PubID 41025 22 0 Pub_TypeNumber R04/21 22 1 Pub_Writer Claudia Zamarian 22 2 Pub_Title How public bodies deal with technological uncertainty over time. An exploratory analysis through dynamic capabilities lenses 22 3 Pub_Publication /Files/Filer/Publications/R04_21.pdf 22 4 Pub_AbstractEn The public actors are not exempt by the technological uncertainty, which increasingly affects both the private and public sector. Public organizations, and private actors, handle such uncertainty by deploying dynamic capabilities, which are defined as the ability of an organization to adapt to change (Teece et al., 1997; Schoemaker et al., 2018). This study wants to investigate how public organizations deal with technological uncertainty through dynamic capabilities. In particular, it highlights the effect of time on the development of sensing, seizing, and transforming capabilities and what are the elements that inhibit and enhance technological development. This thesis consists of an exploratory study, adopting a case study strategy, and investigates how public organizations deal with technological uncertainty over time. The Norwegian Tax Administration is the case company participating in this research. First, a review of the literature on dynamic capabilities and technological development has been performed to gain more knowledge on the topic. Subsequently, primary qualitative data have been collected through semi-structured interviews and secondary qualitative data through the company’s reports that were later analysed with coding techniques. The research consisted of an iterative process in which the information gained through the data collection served to refine the research question further. Although the literature has been utilized as the theoretical basis for carrying out the analysis, the findings reported new insights to dynamic capabilities theory. The empirical findings report that sensing, seizing, and transforming capabilities change over time. The organization increases and strengthens the stock of dynamic capabilities over time, and it is possible to individuate elements that inhibit and enhance the development of dynamic capabilities, thus affecting the organization’s ability to deal with technological uncertainty. This thesis enriches the literature on dynamic capabilities and the public sector by investigating the topic adopting a time perspective. Moreover, this study is particularly relevant for managers of public agencies and officers of governmental bodies because it highlights the relevance of people and processes, as well as the great importance of contextual elements that affect the ability of a public organization to deal with technological uncertainty over time. 22 5 Pub_Type 2 22 6 Pub_Year 2021 22 7 Pub_OldID 0 22 8 41024 R03/21 Valentina Gonzalez Båkind and Marte Valleraunet Grønli Organizational Ambidexterity as a Vehicle for Sustainability Innovation. An exploratory case study /Files/Filer/Publications/R03_21.pdf This thesis explores the question of how an established firm successfully can apply the ambidextrous solution in the context of sustainability innovation, and how it can preserve its innovation capacity over time. The qualitative case study is conducted in a European architecture firm and its associated innovation unit which was established to drive sustainability. The study first identifies the characteristics of the ambidextrous solution in the case company and finds that the solution that is applied represents an alternative approach to the ambidextrous solution. We argue and show how this may be required when the rationale for building innovation capacity is to drive sustainability, and the purpose of the innovation is to complement, rather than compete, with the services of the established. Secondly, the thesis incorporates a temporal perspective to examine what risks arise as the innovation unit develops over time and reaches maturity. We examine how emerging opportunities may be leveraged, and how challenges may be mitigated to preserve the innovation capacity and well-functioning of the relationship between the two companies. We argue that implementation of formal structures may be necessary to shield the innovation capacity over time, as well as to secure goal and value alignment between the units. Finally, the study suggests that future research should explore ambidexterity in non-competitive contexts further, as this thesis finds that this alternative approach to the ambidextrous solution may well be better suited to drive innovation when the rationale is value-based (e.g., aiming for sustainability) rather than purely driven by a financial motivation to remain competitive. 2 2021 0 PubID 41024 23 0 Pub_TypeNumber R03/21 23 1 Pub_Writer Valentina Gonzalez Båkind and Marte Valleraunet Grønli 23 2 Pub_Title Organizational Ambidexterity as a Vehicle for Sustainability Innovation. An exploratory case study 23 3 Pub_Publication /Files/Filer/Publications/R03_21.pdf 23 4 Pub_AbstractEn This thesis explores the question of how an established firm successfully can apply the ambidextrous solution in the context of sustainability innovation, and how it can preserve its innovation capacity over time. The qualitative case study is conducted in a European architecture firm and its associated innovation unit which was established to drive sustainability. The study first identifies the characteristics of the ambidextrous solution in the case company and finds that the solution that is applied represents an alternative approach to the ambidextrous solution. We argue and show how this may be required when the rationale for building innovation capacity is to drive sustainability, and the purpose of the innovation is to complement, rather than compete, with the services of the established. Secondly, the thesis incorporates a temporal perspective to examine what risks arise as the innovation unit develops over time and reaches maturity. We examine how emerging opportunities may be leveraged, and how challenges may be mitigated to preserve the innovation capacity and well-functioning of the relationship between the two companies. We argue that implementation of formal structures may be necessary to shield the innovation capacity over time, as well as to secure goal and value alignment between the units. Finally, the study suggests that future research should explore ambidexterity in non-competitive contexts further, as this thesis finds that this alternative approach to the ambidextrous solution may well be better suited to drive innovation when the rationale is value-based (e.g., aiming for sustainability) rather than purely driven by a financial motivation to remain competitive. 23 5 Pub_Type 2 23 6 Pub_Year 2021 23 7 Pub_OldID 0 23 8 41023 R02/21 Wiktoria Jaworska Strategic Renewal in Established Firms. Exploring Identity Processes in Structurally Ambidextrous Firms /Files/Filer/Publications/R02_21_(1).pdf The purpose of this thesis is to explore how organizational identity evolves over time in structurally ambidextrous firms. The research is based on a qualitative case study of an established firm operating in the media market in a Scandinavian country, and its three exploratory units that were separated to pursue innovation within technologies important for the future of the established firm. Based on data collected through 16 semi-structured interviews with key decision makers that were involved in the separation and reintegration events of the three exploratory units, I inductively developed a process model that illustrates how organizational identity of an ambidextrous firm evolves over time through three phases: 1. Creating space for new identity, 2. Forming distinct identity, and 3. Renewing old identity. By adopting a process approach, this study contributes to our understanding of how established firms can renew themselves and the different opportunities and challenges related to identity that may emerge over time. This study’s findings have several practical implications for managers involved in innovation and change efforts. The findings suggest that the bigger the gap between the established firm’s current identity and the identity needed to succeed with a new technology, the more separate an innovative unit should be kept, both in terms of physical location and degree of interactions with the established unit. In contrast, when the gap is not profound, the units may engage in much more interactions, share physical space, and exploit synergies from cooperation, while not compromising the innovative unit’s ability to pursue exploration. The findings further suggest that the more separate the exploratory is kept, both physically and operationally, and the more the unit manages to form an identity independent of the established unit as a result, the higher is the potential for renewal of the established firm’s old identity. However, in order to realize that potential, the exploratory unit must gain legitimacy in the eyes of the established unit and be perceived as the firm’s future, creating readiness in the established firm to redefine its old identity. As such, this study suggests structural ambidexterity as a specific managerial tool that can be used to achieve not only strategic renewal, but also identity renewal, of the established firm. 2 2021 0 PubID 41023 24 0 Pub_TypeNumber R02/21 24 1 Pub_Writer Wiktoria Jaworska 24 2 Pub_Title Strategic Renewal in Established Firms. Exploring Identity Processes in Structurally Ambidextrous Firms 24 3 Pub_Publication /Files/Filer/Publications/R02_21_(1).pdf 24 4 Pub_AbstractEn The purpose of this thesis is to explore how organizational identity evolves over time in structurally ambidextrous firms. The research is based on a qualitative case study of an established firm operating in the media market in a Scandinavian country, and its three exploratory units that were separated to pursue innovation within technologies important for the future of the established firm. Based on data collected through 16 semi-structured interviews with key decision makers that were involved in the separation and reintegration events of the three exploratory units, I inductively developed a process model that illustrates how organizational identity of an ambidextrous firm evolves over time through three phases: 1. Creating space for new identity, 2. Forming distinct identity, and 3. Renewing old identity. By adopting a process approach, this study contributes to our understanding of how established firms can renew themselves and the different opportunities and challenges related to identity that may emerge over time. This study’s findings have several practical implications for managers involved in innovation and change efforts. The findings suggest that the bigger the gap between the established firm’s current identity and the identity needed to succeed with a new technology, the more separate an innovative unit should be kept, both in terms of physical location and degree of interactions with the established unit. In contrast, when the gap is not profound, the units may engage in much more interactions, share physical space, and exploit synergies from cooperation, while not compromising the innovative unit’s ability to pursue exploration. The findings further suggest that the more separate the exploratory is kept, both physically and operationally, and the more the unit manages to form an identity independent of the established unit as a result, the higher is the potential for renewal of the established firm’s old identity. However, in order to realize that potential, the exploratory unit must gain legitimacy in the eyes of the established unit and be perceived as the firm’s future, creating readiness in the established firm to redefine its old identity. As such, this study suggests structural ambidexterity as a specific managerial tool that can be used to achieve not only strategic renewal, but also identity renewal, of the established firm. 24 5 Pub_Type 2 24 6 Pub_Year 2021 24 7 Pub_OldID 0 24 8 41022 Environmental and Resource Economics (2022) Sturla F. Kvamsdal Optimal Management of a Renewable Resource Under Multiple Regimes /Files 3 2022 0 PubID 41022 25 0 Pub_TypeNumber Environmental and Resource Economics (2022) 25 1 Pub_Writer Sturla F. Kvamsdal 25 2 Pub_Title Optimal Management of a Renewable Resource Under Multiple Regimes 25 3 Pub_Publication /Files 25 4 Pub_AbstractEn 25 5 Pub_Type 3 25 6 Pub_Year 2022 25 7 Pub_OldID 0 25 8 41020 A13/21 Helge Berglann, Trond Bjørndal and Francesc Maynou Eliminating Competition in Fisheries Management: The Mediterranean Case /Files/Filer/Publications/A13_21.pdf In this paper, we introduce a simple regulation scheme that might counteract the inefficiencies caused by competition between vessels in fisheries. Each fishing firm is induced to solve the same problem as a social planner. With a constant price for fish, a monopoly firm having all fishing rights might select the Maximum Economic Yield (MEY) outcome in steady state while competition between many vessels will create a competitive game where the solution is a Nash equilibrium comparable to the open access solution. With few vessels the outcome has similarities to the classic Cournot-Nash equilibrium of oligopolistic competition. 1 2021 0 PubID 41020 26 0 Pub_TypeNumber A13/21 26 1 Pub_Writer Helge Berglann, Trond Bjørndal and Francesc Maynou 26 2 Pub_Title Eliminating Competition in Fisheries Management: The Mediterranean Case 26 3 Pub_Publication /Files/Filer/Publications/A13_21.pdf 26 4 Pub_AbstractEn In this paper, we introduce a simple regulation scheme that might counteract the inefficiencies caused by competition between vessels in fisheries. Each fishing firm is induced to solve the same problem as a social planner. With a constant price for fish, a monopoly firm having all fishing rights might select the Maximum Economic Yield (MEY) outcome in steady state while competition between many vessels will create a competitive game where the solution is a Nash equilibrium comparable to the open access solution. With few vessels the outcome has similarities to the classic Cournot-Nash equilibrium of oligopolistic competition. 26 5 Pub_Type 1 26 6 Pub_Year 2021 26 7 Pub_OldID 0 26 8 41019 Journal of Applied Behavioral Science (2021) Synnøve Nesse and Inger G. Stensaker Coping, Not Choking, Under the Pressure of a Terrorist Attack: A Crisis Leadership Coping Model /Files 3 2021 0 PubID 41019 27 0 Pub_TypeNumber Journal of Applied Behavioral Science (2021) 27 1 Pub_Writer Synnøve Nesse and Inger G. Stensaker 27 2 Pub_Title Coping, Not Choking, Under the Pressure of a Terrorist Attack: A Crisis Leadership Coping Model 27 3 Pub_Publication /Files 27 4 Pub_AbstractEn 27 5 Pub_Type 3 27 6 Pub_Year 2021 27 7 Pub_OldID 0 27 8 41018 Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, 59, 567-574 (2021) José Pedro Pontes and Armando José Garcia Pires A geographical theory of (De)industrialization /Files 3 2021 0 PubID 41018 28 0 Pub_TypeNumber Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, 59, 567-574 (2021) 28 1 Pub_Writer José Pedro Pontes and Armando José Garcia Pires 28 2 Pub_Title A geographical theory of (De)industrialization 28 3 Pub_Publication /Files 28 4 Pub_AbstractEn 28 5 Pub_Type 3 28 6 Pub_Year 2021 28 7 Pub_OldID 0 28 8 41017 Human Resource Management Journal (2021) Richard Croucher, Paul N. Gooderham and Alexander Madsen Sandvik 'Americanization' and the drivers of the establishment and use of works councils in three post-socialist countries /Files 3 2021 0 PubID 41017 29 0 Pub_TypeNumber Human Resource Management Journal (2021) 29 1 Pub_Writer Richard Croucher, Paul N. Gooderham and Alexander Madsen Sandvik 29 2 Pub_Title 'Americanization' and the drivers of the establishment and use of works councils in three post-socialist countries 29 3 Pub_Publication /Files 29 4 Pub_AbstractEn 29 5 Pub_Type 3 29 6 Pub_Year 2021 29 7 Pub_OldID 0 29 8 41016 A15/21 Derek Clark, Øystein Foros and Hans Jarle Kind The influence of media attention on retail price competition /Files/Filer/Publications/A15_21.pdf Media attention on price differences between firms is common, e.g., media comparisons of supermarket grocery prices. We consider the effect of such comparisons on competition between sellers in a simple two-period spatial model. When some consumers are uninformed about current prices, media price comparisons provide information which can directly intensify competition. Furthermore, firms that do well in price comparisons can experience an increase in demand for their product over time; to what extent they reap the rewards of this by increasing prices in the future, depends on how likely they regard further price comparisons. Current media attention thus has a contemporaneous effect and an intertemporal one. Each firm is aware of this, and takes into account that due to media attention, an aggressive pricing policy may have effects similar to informative advertising in the current period and to persuasive advertising in the future. We seek to disentangle these effects on price competition in a model where media attention takes place stochastically, and in which some consumers are initially uniformed and sellers can initially have different reputations for adopting a low-price profile. Moreover, we present conditions under which media attention creates a snowball effect in which the current winner remains a low-price seller over time, and under which the victor will be expected to alternate. Both patterns are observed in practice. 1 2021 0 PubID 41016 30 0 Pub_TypeNumber A15/21 30 1 Pub_Writer Derek Clark, Øystein Foros and Hans Jarle Kind 30 2 Pub_Title The influence of media attention on retail price competition 30 3 Pub_Publication /Files/Filer/Publications/A15_21.pdf 30 4 Pub_AbstractEn Media attention on price differences between firms is common, e.g., media comparisons of supermarket grocery prices. We consider the effect of such comparisons on competition between sellers in a simple two-period spatial model. When some consumers are uninformed about current prices, media price comparisons provide information which can directly intensify competition. Furthermore, firms that do well in price comparisons can experience an increase in demand for their product over time; to what extent they reap the rewards of this by increasing prices in the future, depends on how likely they regard further price comparisons. Current media attention thus has a contemporaneous effect and an intertemporal one. Each firm is aware of this, and takes into account that due to media attention, an aggressive pricing policy may have effects similar to informative advertising in the current period and to persuasive advertising in the future. We seek to disentangle these effects on price competition in a model where media attention takes place stochastically, and in which some consumers are initially uniformed and sellers can initially have different reputations for adopting a low-price profile. Moreover, we present conditions under which media attention creates a snowball effect in which the current winner remains a low-price seller over time, and under which the victor will be expected to alternate. Both patterns are observed in practice. 30 5 Pub_Type 1 30 6 Pub_Year 2021 30 7 Pub_OldID 0 30 8 41015 Framework conditions for renewable energy: Towards a new era of carbonomics? (2021) Amalie Tusvik and Trond Bjørndal I Nesset, E., Solli-Sæther, H. og Strand, Ø. (red.): Bidrag innen kundeverdi og marked. Festskrift til Øyvind Helgesen. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget /Files 3 2021 0 PubID 41015 31 0 Pub_TypeNumber Framework conditions for renewable energy: Towards a new era of carbonomics? (2021) 31 1 Pub_Writer Amalie Tusvik and Trond Bjørndal 31 2 Pub_Title I Nesset, E., Solli-Sæther, H. og Strand, Ø. (red.): Bidrag innen kundeverdi og marked. Festskrift til Øyvind Helgesen. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget 31 3 Pub_Publication /Files 31 4 Pub_AbstractEn 31 5 Pub_Type 3 31 6 Pub_Year 2021 31 7 Pub_OldID 0 31 8 41014 Samfunnsøkonomen, nr. 6, 17-31 (2021) Anne Lie, Majken Tjora, Henrik Lindhjem, Ståle Navrud, Margrethe Aanesen og Gorm Kopperberg Kostnader og nytte ved miljøtiltak i norsk lakseoppdrett /Files/Filer/Publications/Artikkel_Samfunnsøkonomen_Aanesen mfl_06_21.pdf 3 2021 0 PubID 41014 32 0 Pub_TypeNumber Samfunnsøkonomen, nr. 6, 17-31 (2021) 32 1 Pub_Writer Anne Lie, Majken Tjora, Henrik Lindhjem, Ståle Navrud, Margrethe Aanesen og Gorm Kopperberg 32 2 Pub_Title Kostnader og nytte ved miljøtiltak i norsk lakseoppdrett 32 3 Pub_Publication /Files/Filer/Publications/Artikkel_Samfunnsøkonomen_Aanesen mfl_06_21.pdf 32 4 Pub_AbstractEn 32 5 Pub_Type 3 32 6 Pub_Year 2021 32 7 Pub_OldID 0 32 8 41012 R14/21 Astrid Oline Ervik Foreløpig effektevaluering av modulstrukturert forberedende voksenopplæring (FVO) /Files/Filer/Publications/R14_21.pdf 2 2021 0 PubID 41012 33 0 Pub_TypeNumber R14/21 33 1 Pub_Writer Astrid Oline Ervik 33 2 Pub_Title Foreløpig effektevaluering av modulstrukturert forberedende voksenopplæring (FVO) 33 3 Pub_Publication /Files/Filer/Publications/R14_21.pdf 33 4 Pub_AbstractEn 33 5 Pub_Type 2 33 6 Pub_Year 2021 33 7 Pub_OldID 0 33 8 41011 A10/21 Øystein Foros, Halvar Helgø og Thea Kilstad Dagligvaremarkedet: Fremmer forbrukerjournalistikk som VGs matbørs konkurransen? /Files/Filer/Publications/A10_21.pdf 1 2021 0 PubID 41011 34 0 Pub_TypeNumber A10/21 34 1 Pub_Writer Øystein Foros, Halvar Helgø og Thea Kilstad 34 2 Pub_Title Dagligvaremarkedet: Fremmer forbrukerjournalistikk som VGs matbørs konkurransen? 34 3 Pub_Publication /Files/Filer/Publications/A10_21.pdf 34 4 Pub_AbstractEn 34 5 Pub_Type 1 34 6 Pub_Year 2021 34 7 Pub_OldID 0 34 8 41010 Journal of Advanced Transportation (2021) Sina Nordhoff, Tyron Louw, Ruth Madigan, Yee Mun Lee, Satu Innamaa, Esko Lehtonen, Fanny Malin, Afsane Bjorvatn, Anja Beuster, Riender Happee, Tanja Kessel and Natasha Merat Profiling the Enthusiastic, Neutral, and Sceptical Users of Conditionally Automated Cars in 17 Countries: A Questionnaire Study /Files 3 2021 0 PubID 41010 35 0 Pub_TypeNumber Journal of Advanced Transportation (2021) 35 1 Pub_Writer Sina Nordhoff, Tyron Louw, Ruth Madigan, Yee Mun Lee, Satu Innamaa, Esko Lehtonen, Fanny Malin, Afsane Bjorvatn, Anja Beuster, Riender Happee, Tanja Kessel and Natasha Merat 35 2 Pub_Title Profiling the Enthusiastic, Neutral, and Sceptical Users of Conditionally Automated Cars in 17 Countries: A Questionnaire Study 35 3 Pub_Publication /Files 35 4 Pub_AbstractEn 35 5 Pub_Type 3 35 6 Pub_Year 2021 35 7 Pub_OldID 0 35 8 41009 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(22) (2021) Tyron Louw, Ruth Madigan, Yee Mun Lee, Sina Nordhoff, Esko Lehtonen, Satu Innamaa, Fanny Malin, Afsane Bjorvatn and Natasha Merat Drivers' Intentions to Use Different Functionalities of Conditionally Automated Cars: A Survey Study of 18,631 Drivers from 17 Countries /Files 3 2021 0 PubID 41009 36 0 Pub_TypeNumber International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(22) (2021) 36 1 Pub_Writer Tyron Louw, Ruth Madigan, Yee Mun Lee, Sina Nordhoff, Esko Lehtonen, Satu Innamaa, Fanny Malin, Afsane Bjorvatn and Natasha Merat 36 2 Pub_Title Drivers' Intentions to Use Different Functionalities of Conditionally Automated Cars: A Survey Study of 18,631 Drivers from 17 Countries 36 3 Pub_Publication /Files 36 4 Pub_AbstractEn 36 5 Pub_Type 3 36 6 Pub_Year 2021 36 7 Pub_OldID 0 36 8 41008 PLoS ONE, 16(11): e0260257 (2021) Leif K. 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How small business leaders' mastery goal orientation influences employee flexibility through different work climate perceptions 38 3 Pub_Publication /Files 38 4 Pub_AbstractEn 38 5 Pub_Type 3 38 6 Pub_Year 2021 38 7 Pub_OldID 0 38 8 41005 Journal of Health Economics, 79, 102509 (2021) Kurt Richard Brekke, Chiara Canta, Siciliani Luigi and Odd Rune Straume Hospital Competition in a National Health Service: Evidence from a Patient Choice Reform /Files 3 2021 0 PubID 41005 39 0 Pub_TypeNumber Journal of Health Economics, 79, 102509 (2021) 39 1 Pub_Writer Kurt Richard Brekke, Chiara Canta, Siciliani Luigi and Odd Rune Straume 39 2 Pub_Title Hospital Competition in a National Health Service: Evidence from a Patient Choice Reform 39 3 Pub_Publication /Files 39 4 Pub_AbstractEn 39 5 Pub_Type 3 39 6 Pub_Year 2021 39 7 Pub_OldID 0 39 8 41003 Science (Letters), Vol. 374 (2021) Keita Abe et. al. 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