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Marcus Selart

  • PhD
  • Professor
  • NHH Norwegian School of Economics
  • 38PublicationsNumber of items in Marcus's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 8Followers

Research interests

TrustManagementStrategyBusiness EthicsJudgment and Decision MakingOrganizational behaviorBehavioral Economics

About

Since October 2008, Marcus Selart has acted as Full Professor at NHH Norwegian School of Economics. From 2004 to 2008 he acted as Associate Professor at the same institution. From 1994 to 2004, he held academic positions at Swedish universities. In 1999, he was appointed Honorary Professor and Docent at Gothenburg University. He has been a member of the Nordic researcher network on trust in and between organizations as well as of the Center for ethics and economics at NHH for several years. He has also been a member of societies scientific, societies cultural, and societies general benevolent in Europe. The Research areas that have been covered include decision making in organizational contexts, political behavior and trust in organizations, uncertainty management, the business ethics of decision making, and the economic psychology of values, choices, and risks. His expertise spans experimental and applied research methods,field research, theory development, and development of decision analytic tools.

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Publications (5)

  • Envisioning trust: Trust, metaphors, and situations

    • Johansen S
    • Espedal B
    • Grønhaug K
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  • The how's and why's of trust: On goals, mindsets, and trust

    • Johansen S
    • Selart M
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  • Trust: Decision problem or performance?

    • Johansen S
    • Selart M
    • Grønhaug K
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  • Towards a motivational and cognitive model of trust

    • Johansen S
    • Selart M
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  • Social decision heuristics used by families in allocating resources

    • Jakobsson C
    • Selart M
    • Karlsson N
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Professional experience

Professor

NHH Norwegian School of Economics

October 2008 - Present