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Regine Paul proposes new research agenda to tackle techno-solutionist hypes in public policy
Is there a difference between Public Administration and Public Management as academic fields? In his newly published Chapter in Elgar Encyclopedia of Public Management, Per Lægreid claims there are no significant differences between the two.
In this recently published article in the Journal of Social Work, PhD fellow Ida B. Juhasz (DIPA, UiB) examines how parents in child protection proceedings argue their case, defending their right to care for their newborn baby.
We have the pleasure of announcing two positions as research assistant at DIGSSCORE.
- The new name reflects the breadth of our research interest, says head of department Lise H. Rykkja. The Norwegian name will be Institutt for politikk og forvaltning and the changes will take place from 1 August 2022.
This summer, DIGSSCORE is offering a summer scholarship opportunity for prospective PhD applicants that wish to prepare their research design. The deadline is June 28.
Per Lægreid has together with Tom Christensen published the article “Scientization under pressure – the problematic role of expert bodies during the COVID-19 pandemic” in Public Organization Review.
On 3 May Sampol and Admorg jointly organised the seminar "Kappe – tips, tricks and experiences" for all interested PhD candidates at SV
Senior Researcher Jenny Krutzinna proposes a new child-centric approach for determining the best interests of the child as an individual.
Together professor emeritus Ivar Bleiklie and professor Svein Michelsen have written a chapter in The Advisory Roles of Political Scientists in Europe. The chapter investigates the position of academic policy advice in Norway, and in particular the role played by political scientists in policy advice.
Professor Marit Skivenes and colleagues at UC Berkeley, USA, compare citizens’ rights orientations in context of child protection in Norway and California (USA).
Arild Farsunds new article investigates how Norway’s trading policies have adapted to the new world order of multilateral agreements.
How to make digitalisation work? What can be done to successfully involve citizens in policy design processes? In what ways can we create innovation by involving different actors in service delivery? How to assess the legitimacy and efficiency of collaborations? What is the impact of the TROPICO project in terms of research and what are the steps forward?
Per Lægreid and Tom Christensen write about "The Logic of Appropriateness" in new book celebrating the work of James G. March
Zuzana Murdoch studies the implications of engaging with a Stigmatized Organization in new publication.
Zuzana Murdoch uses evidence from Norwegian Register Data in new publication on Public Sector Employees in JPART.
What can society and global organizations do better to stop right-wing extremist radicalization and terrorist content online?

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