Knut Ivar Karevold

Knut Ivar has a professional education in organizational and clinical psychology, and a PhD in behavioral economics focused on intuition and communication. He has previously been Fulbright guest researcher at Harvard Business School and worked as Associate Professor at BI Norwegian Business School and at the University of Oslo.

In GreeNudge Knut Ivar works with how the design of supermarkets and cafeterias influence consumers to make healthier and more sustainable choices

Scientific publications

Slapø H, Karevold KI. Simple Eco-Labels to Nudge Customers Toward the Most Environmentally Friendly Warm Dishes: An Empirical Study in a Cafeteria Setting. Front. Sustainable. Food Systems 2019. 

Lekhal S, Slapø H, Schjøll A, Bugge A, Karevold KI. Atferdsøkonomiske virkemidler i helsefremmende arbeid: hvordan kan utforming av restauranter og kantiner fremme sunnere valg?” Norsk Tidsskrift for Ernæring. 2019.

Karevold KI, Lekhal S, Slapø H. Hvordan påvirke forbruker til å velge sunnere mat? Endringer i omgivelsene kan fremme sunnere valg. Norsk tidsskrift for Ernæring. 2017

Spehar I, Sjøvik H, Karevold KI, Rosvold EO, Frich JC. General practitioners’ views on leadership roles and challenges in primary health care: a qualitative study. Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care. 2017

Karevold KI, Teigen KH. How managers’statements about project progress reveal their investment intentions. Journal of Economic Psychology. 2010

Karevold KI, Teigen KH. Progress framing and sunk costs: How managers’ statements about project progress reveal their investment intentions. Journal of Economic Psychology. 2010

Teigen KH, Karevold KI. Looking back versus looking ahead: Framing of time and work at different stages of a project. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making. 2005

Karevold KI. Doctoral thesis. Reference points at work: Framing of performance, money and timein communication. Department of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Oslo. Issn 1504-3991. 2010