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How to correct misperceptions of delays: an interactive learning environment to reduce binge drinking
(The University of Bergen, 2010-11-06)
Background: People misperceive accumulation processes. Take for example the case of people becoming more drunk than intended. Such misperceptions can lead to high costs that in some cases may be fatal. We ask: Could ...
Strandvernets stilling i Austevoll kommune. En studie av Planutvalgets dispensasjonspraksis i 100-metersbeltet ved sjø
(The University of Bergen, 2005)
Commuting, a choice or a necessity? A system dynamic simulation model for intra urban migration
(The University of Bergen, 2013-05-30)
The number of commuters is one of the main determinants of traffic and pollution problems. In a growing city like Bergen, the number of commuters has been increasing dramatically. A simulation model has been built to explain ...
Water choice in a low-income area in Kampala, Uganda
(The University of Bergen, 2004)
The intention of this study is to elaborate on important factors determining choice of water in a low-income area in Kampala, Uganda. The study area is located in a parish called Nateete, at the outskirts of the city. My ...
Can System Dynamics Improve Project Management Teaching? An Experimental Study
(The University of Bergen, 2008-08-18)
With the great economic development, more and more well trained project mangers are demanded. Unfortunately, evidence show traditional project management training fails to provide prospective project managers with the ...
Irregular and incomplete primary schooling in rural Ghana. A case-study of late enrolment and early drop-out in the eastern region
(The University of Bergen, 2014-11-17)
This study takes a closer look at the issue of late enrolment and early drop out in a rural area in Eastern Region in Ghana. Children enrolling in school later than the recommended age of six, is a persistent problem in ...
Fluctuations in Housing Markets, Causes and Consequences
(The University of Bergen, 2008)
New housing construction represents a relatively small fraction compared to the total mass of housing. Therefore, the supply of housing in the short run is fixed. For this reason relatively small changes in demand for ...
FDI, Nettverk og Kulturelle barrierer - en studie av norske oppdrettsaktører i Puerto Montt, Chile
(The University of Bergen, 2007)
I denne masterstudien har jeg søkt å besvare hvordan nettverksdynamikk påvirker norske FDI-bedrifter i en ukjent kultur. Bedriftene som inngår i studien er oppdrettsrelaterte bedrifter i Puerto Montt regionen i sør-Chile. ...
Migrant Labour and its impact on development in India.A case study from the new city of Gurgaon
(The University of Bergen, 2014-09-01)
In developing countries it has for long been the trend that only single migrants participate in the extensive rural-urban migration. With single migrants it is here meant migrants moving without bringing their family along. ...
Class conflicts and planning. A case study of contemporary development at King`s Cross in London
(The University of Bergen, 2007)
This thesis will research the urban development that will take place through the next decades at King’s Cross in London. King’s Cross is located on the “edge” of City of London, and is 67 acres of ‘brownfield’ land close ...