The University of Stavanger Business School
EU resarch project in Innovation
Seminar «Digitalize or Die – Dynamic Drivers of Responsible Research and Innovation in health and welfare services”
The DoD project arranges a seminar March 1st, 2018 were we want to share knowledge accumulated by international group of researchers and bring examples of digital innovations in health and welfare sector that facilitate principles of responsible innovation.
First Public Leadership Challenge outside the Netherlands
The University of Stavanger Business School in cooperation with the Public Leadership Fundation arranged the first Public Leadership Challenge outside the Netherlands. The challenge presented to students by relevant stakeholders was "How to lead healthcare services for the future?".
Economics – what are its ambitions and where is it headed?
In the run up to this year’s KåKånomics festival, the University of Stavanger Business School is holding a seminar featuring six leading economists who will put the spotlight on the methodological direction of their field. They will also focus on the expansion of economics in relation to other social science disciplines
Congratulations to our new professor at the UiS Business School
Yuko Onozaka has gained promotion to Professor in Market Analysis at the UiS Business School.
Visit from the University of Dar-es-Salaam Business School in Tanzania
Last week The UiS Business School hosted a visit from the University of Dar-es-Salaam and Statoil in Tanzania.
3.7 million Euro for European innovation research
A major European research project, led by the University of Stavanger, will equip young innovation researchers to contribute to innovation in regional business and industry. The project has been granted 3.7 million Euro in funding from the European Union.
Digitalize or Die - NFR grants for new research project!
Norwegian Research Council have granted 10 Million NOK to the new research project «Digitalize or Die: Dynamic Drivers of Responsible Research and Innovation in Health and Welfare services”.
Cooperation at the expense of society
In an experiment, women were shown to be more likely to conspire than men, even when this was not in the best interests of society.
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