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Lægreid was given the Ulrich Kloeti-award by the IPSA research committee, Structure and Organization of Government(SOG). Lægreid was given the award for his dedication to governance-research, and for his steadfast work for the committee.
Per Lægreid, Julia Fleischer, Ishtiaq Jamil, Steinar Askvik and Jacob Aars were chairpeople and discussants at panels at the IPSA World Congress. Helge Renå presented, and Lise H. Rykkja submitted a paper to the conference.
Tom Christensen and Per Lægreid have contributed a chapter to the forthcoming book Theory and Practice of Public Sector Reform. The book is edited by Steven Van de Walle and Sandra Groeneveld, and is published in honor of prof. Walter Kickert.
Tom Christensen and Per Lægreid have contributed a chapter to the forthcoming book "Enhancing Public Innovation by Transforming Public Governance". Jacob Thorfing and Peter Triantafillou are the editors of the book wich will be published August 31st.
Per Lægreid and Lise H. Rykkja have authored, and co-authored two chapters in the forthcoming book Public Administration Reforms in Europe; The View from the Top, edited by Gerhard Hammerschmid, Steven Van de Walle, Rhys Andrews and Philippe Bezes. The book will be published in June.
Per Lægreid has together with Lise Rykkja and Tom Christensen published an article on “Organizing for Crisis Management: Building Governance Capacity and Legitimacy” in Public Administration Review.
Call for papers on "Understanding the Transformation of European Public Administrations: changing structures and arrangements for coordination and collaboration" for the Conference of the European Group of Public Administration (EGPA) that will be held 24-26 August 2016 in Utrecht, Netherlands. Deadline for abstracts proposals is April 15.
Werner Jann and Per Lægreid are guest editors of a Special issue of International Journal of Public Administration on Acccountability, Performance and Legitimacy in Welfare Reforms.
Per Lægreid and Lise H. Rykkja have published an article on “Organizing for “wicked problems” – analyzing coordination arrangements in two policy areas: Internal security and the welfare administration” in International Journal of Public Sector Management.
Tom Christensen, Ole Andreas Danielsen, Per Lægreid and Lise H. Rykkja have published an article in a special issue of Public Administration: “Comparing Coordination Structures for Crisis Management in Six Countries”.
Per Lægreid and Lise H. Rykkja, together with Külli Sarapuub and Tiina Randma-Liiv at Ragnar Nurkse School of Innovation and Governance in Estonia, are editors of a special issue of Public Management Review that deals with coordination in the public sector.
Peter Hupe and Harald Sætren has edited a new special issue of Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice which is about comparative implementation research.
Tom Christensen and Per Lægreid have published an article on “Performance and Accountability—A Theoretical Discussion and an Empirical Assessment” in Public Organization Review.
Tom Christensen, Per Lægreid and Lise H. Rykkja have published an article in International Review of Administrative Sciences.
Per Lægreid og Lise Hellebø Rykkja has recently published the paper "Hybrid Collaborative Arrangements: The welfare administration in Norway – between hierarchy and network" in Public Management Review
Associate Professor Lars Christian Blichner has published an article on “Epistemic Dependence and the EU Seal Ban Debate” in the Open Access Journal “Politics and Governance”.
Per Lægreid has contributed with a chapter in The Oxford Handbook of Classics in Public Policy and Administration.
In the latest number of European Policy Analysis Per Lægreid together with Simon Neby from Uni Research Stein Rokkan Centre for Social Studies, Paola Mattei og Therese Feiler from Oxford University have published the article "Bending the Rules to Play the Game: Accountability, DRG and Waiting List Scandals in Norway and Germany".

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