About me and my other websites
An article in BMC psychiatry, on the evolving research on COVID 19 https://bmcpsychiatry.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12888-020-02825-4
An opinion piece on the problems recruiting for an expatriation, in Nettavisen https://www.nettavisen.no/nyheter/borte-bra-men-hjemme-best-nordmenn-vegrer-seg-for-en-utstasjonering/s/12-95-3424066485
My first opinion piece in Aftenposten, written with Ingunn Olea Lund https://www.aftenposten.no/meninger/debatt/i/lE4xme/hvordan-lykkes-med-livet-paa-delt-hjemmekontor
Mens vi venter på skattelistene: Når ansatte får vite hvor mye sjefen tjener, bedres produktiviteten. Kunnskap om kollegers inntekt kan slå motsatt vei. ...
Mapping the literature on parents with mental illness, across psychiatric sub-disciplines: a bibliometric review
Research on parental mental illness is often carried out in disorder specific research silos. Drawing on the different research areas, it is possible to leverage and combine existing knowledge, and identify insights that can be transferred across research areas. In...
Analysis of how integrated Eysenck’s articles, deemed “unsafe”, are with the rest of his published research
My second peer-reviewed publication, this time on Eysenck's body of research, where we both look at how it evolved, and how central the articles deemed as "unsafe" by his own college, is to the rest of his work. We also note how he continually renewed the pool of...
Det er ikke slik at selvgående, «indre motiverte» arbeidstagere lettere blir utbrent når motivasjonen faller, eller at det er mer risikabelt å ansette dem. ...
Mapping the expatriate literature: a bibliometric review of the field from 1998 to 2017 and identification of current research fronts
My first publication in a peer reviewed journal is now online 🙂 The last version of the manuscript, before final submission can be downloaded here; Mapping the expatriate literature: a bibliometric review of the...
An editorial of the European Management Journal https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/emre.12339
Here is a list of my publications, ranging from editorials, letters in the newspaper, and journal articles.
VNV is where my ramblings on the use of social media and the internet at large; with a focus on aspects all users should know and consider
There are many other great websites, made by phd students, or early career researchers.. and some who are no no longer early career.
Paul van der Laken, who does research on expatriates, but his may focus is data science and statistics: https://paulvanderlaken.com/
Katya Ognyanova, has some nice tutorials and resources for social network analysis: http://kateto.net/
David Schoch has a nice “periodic table” of centrality measures, a product from his PhD. http://schochastics.net/