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Lise H. Rykkja, Kristin Rubecksen and Per Lægreid are co-authors on new article in Administration & Society.
Professor Marit Skivenes is appointed by the Norwegian government to lead a national working group reviewing the child protection system.
Hanne Kvilhaugsvik examines employer panels in Nordic university governance.
New position open as Associate Professor at the Department of Administration and Organization Theory.
Ishtiaq Jamil and Hasan Muhammad Baniamin with new insights from Bangladesh and Nepal
Zuzana Murdoch co-authors a new article looking at how staff attitudes are affected by changes in top leadership positions.
Per Lægreid co-authors in a newly published article in the International Journal of Public Administration about the use of ICT tools in the central government.
Per Lægreid with chapter in special IIAS-report on the public governance of the COVID-19 pandemic
The EU Horizon 2020 project TROPICO invites you to participate in three virtual sessions, presenting ongoing research and discussing relevant topics related to the project.
Lise Rykkja and Per Lægreid with new article on Nordic Administrative Collaboration
CORDIS interview Lise H. Rykkja about the TROPICO-project
Kristin Rubecksen, Lise H. Rykkja and Per Lægreid are co-author on new article in Governance.
Per Lægreid and Tom Christensen with new article that analyse the Norwegian governments handeling of the Corona pandemic
Ishtiaq Jamil and Hasan Muhammad Baniamin asks if this a mismatch or a realistic assumption in new publication.
PhD student Akram Hossain co-authors a journal article on public administration education in Bangladesh and highlights MPPG Program which is designed based on the MPA program at the University of Bergen.
Translation and layering key findings when Kvilhaugsvik examines two engineering programmes in Norwegian higher education
Balancing governance capacity and legitimacy a key component in new article by Christensen and Lægreid.

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