MALIN ARVE APPOINTED TO NEW EXPERT COMMITTEE
Associate professor Malin Arve has been appointed to an expert committee tasked with looking at how rules and reporting duties can be simplified. This could save businesses both time and money.
The Government appointed a committee today that will look at how rules and reporting duties can be simplified to save businesses time and money. The committee will look at digitalisation options and what Norway can learn from other countries, among other things.
‘This Government has saved society billions of kroner by implementing major and important simplifications. The question is how much potential is there for further simplifications and in what areas do they lie? We are now appointing a committee that will advise the Government on further simplifications, says Minister of Trade and Industry Iselin Nybø (Liberal) in a press release.
Malin Arve is Vice Rector for Research at NHH and associate professor at the Department of Business and Management Science.
The committee will assess the work on Norwegian regulations, digitalisation and international experience of relevance to simplification for businesses.