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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 ...
Profit motive and natural resource overexploitation: misperception of the bioeconomic dynamics; the case of a fishery
(The University of Bergen, 2010-11-30)
Over-exploitation of fishery resources has become a major concern not only to users of the resource but society as a whole. Management of the resource has not yielded the desired result of sustainability despite huge efforts ...
An endogenous relationship between wages, job opportunity, and skilled labor shortage in Norway
(The University of Bergen, 2010-11-05)
Norway's economy has gone through unprecedented growth in the past decade. The strong growth in GDP, employment, labor productivity, real wage, and labor immigration combines with increasing outflows from the labor force, ...
Vindkraft og reiselivsnæring - konflikt eller samspill? en komparativ studie av reiselivsnæringen i Smøla og Frøya
(The University of Bergen, 2010-11-15)
Vindkraft er et stort konflikttema i Norge, særlig i lokalsamfunn der det planlegges en utbygging. Utgangspunktet for denne oppgaven er argumentasjonen om at vindkraft vil ødelegge for reiselivsnæringen, samtidig som ...
Sharecropping system in mid west Tarai. A case study of Gobardiha VDC of Dangdeukhuri district, Nepal.
(The University of Bergen, 2010-05-18)
This study attempts to assess sharecropping system, its impact on farming practices and institutional impact on peasants' access to land resource in dang, west Nepal. Data have been collected using questionnaire survey, ...
Teaching mathematics to deaf and hard of hearing students: an experimental system dynamics approach
(The University of Bergen, 2010-12-01)
Abstract Studies over thirty years show that many deaf and hard of hearing students are under performers in the field of mathematics as compared to their hearing counterparts. This study explored the contribution of ...