Bård Eggereide is a principal scientist at FFI, where he has worked as an operational analyst since 1999. He has a MSc in Chemical Engineering from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim. In 2008-2009, he deployed to Afghanistan as an analyst.
After the deployment, his research has mainly been on Afghanistan, in particular on a semiannual opinion polling conducted in Faryab province and assessment in general. Bård are also doing studies related to personnel in the Norwegian Armed Forces.
Elin Marthinussen Gustavsen, Bård Eggereide, Steinar Gulichsen, Mikael K. Fidjeland, Andreas Barstad, Jonas Myhre Christiansen, Svein E. Martinussen and
Joachim Reitan (2017).
The Role of the Operational Analyst – Support to the Norwegian Armed Forces in AfghanistanFFI-rapport 2017/00069
Elin Marthinussen and
Bård Eggereide (2015).
Faryab Survey wave 9 – two years after the redeployment of Norwegian forces from FaryabFFI-rapport 2015/00413
Elin Marthinussen, Bård Eggereide, Frode Rutledal and
Alf Christian Hennum (2010).
Progress Assessment in a Multinational Operation – a Norwegian Perspective4th IMA Conference on Analysing Conflict Transformation, University of Oxford
Bård Eggereide, Frode Rutledal and Alf Christian Hennum (2010).
Lessons Learned in the Norwegian Defence – Who Learns What, and Why?Analytical Support to Defence Transformation (SAS-081)
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