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Explaining whistle blowing processes in the Norwegian labour market: Between individual power resources and institutional arrangements
The aim of this article is to examine the explanatory forces of power resources and institutional factors on whistle blowing activity, its effectiveness and reactions. The authors analyse survey material of 6000 Norwegian ...
Higher education as object for corporate and nation branding: Between equality and flagships
(Taylor & Francis, 2015-10-26)
Branding has become an important issue within higher education. The use of core value statements and visions are expressions of this. To be a successful brand, organisations must also make sure they are different from ...
Standing on the Shoulders of Giants? Exploring Consensus on the Validity Status of Mintzberg’s Configuration Theory After a Negative Test
(Sage Publications, 2015-10-14)
This article explores the degree of consensus on the validity status of Mintzberg’s configuration theory following a test in which the theory was refuted. The 218 articles that have cited the award-winning article by Doty, ...
Resistance to Control—Norwegian Ministries’ and Agencies’ Reactions to Performance Audit
Ministries are increasingly subject to control, primarily by State Audit Institutions’. This control is assumed to contribute to improvement. Based on survey data from 353 civil servants in Norway this article analyses the ...
Epistemic Dependence and the EU Seal Ban Debate
On September 2009 the European Union (EU) adopted a regulation banning the import of seal products into the EU or placing seal products on the EU market. The European Parliament was the main driving force behind the ...