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The research project aims to identify conditions and mechanisms for sustaining legitimacy in the child protection service, and to gain understanding of the debates about children’s rights, child protection and family values.
By analysing care order decisions from first-instance decision-making bodies regarding newborn children I seek to understand how decision-makers in eight countries use the discretionary space attributed to them when deciding on a powerful state intervention into the private sphere.
The main objective in my project is to understand student`s political agency and critical events at Makerere University
My PhD project aims at understanding which regulating actors influence shipping companies to reduce emissions, how regulation works and what kind of regulation is more effective.
In line with an increasingly prominent focus in society at large, reforms of the public sector have also increasingly become the subject of academic attention and research.
Organizing for internal security and crisis management: A comparative study of central agencies in Norway, Sweden and Germany.
Socio-Legal Study of Decision-Making
Accepting Care Orders: Expertise as premise-provider
This research project aims to study temporality within mandated governance networks both through intra-organizational interactions and network evolution.
Through comparison of (perceptions of) public opinion in Norway, Germany, France, the UK, the Netherlands, and Sweden, this dissertation advances our knowledge of opportunities for disputed policies.
The PhD focus on analytical capacity, situational understanding, cooperation and decision making. Winge’s PhD is funded by Regional Research Fund Vestland and Bergen municipality.
The effects of the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine on the Norwegian perspective on potential EU Membership.
The policy capacity of interest groups representing professions, users and providers of education services in Norway.
Following the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989), Article 12, children have a right to express their views in administrative proceedings. In child protection court proceedings, children can be heard directly or indirectly through representatives.