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Barn på tvang. Nyere styringstrender og konkurrerende diskurser i institusjonsbarnevernet
(The University of Bergen, 2018-06-22)
How we give meaning to our experiences constructs reality, and thereby our social practices. This dissertation explores how children in coercive residential care give meaning to their experiences and how professionals ...
Organizing for naval operations: Implementing mission command on board the Nansen-class frigates
(The University of Bergen, 2015-05-08)
The motivation for this dissertation was an empirical one; how to design an effective organization for the new state-of-the art Nansen-class frigates. There is, however, no official tool for designing and diagnosing the ...
Multifaglig ledelse – Hybridisering i sykehusledelse etter NPM-reformer
(The University of Bergen, 2015-06-18)
The primary concern in this paper is to understand how reforms, characterized by New Public Management, NPM, affect management in hospitals. This would be considered in the light of theories of management where the term ...
Juridification of Health Care The Act on Patients’ Rights and Clinical Judgment
(The University of Bergen, 2018-08-17)
This thesis explores how the patients’ right to information and participation (the RTIP) is interpreted by the Norwegian Directorate of Health, and how the corresponding legal regulations and clinical practice are assessed ...
Institutional Logics, Organizational Action, and Change in Zambian Public Accountability Organizations
(The University of Bergen, 2019-02-15)
Public organizations in Sub-Saharan Africa have been perceived as schizophrenic and guided by incompatible ideas deriving from their local norms, colonial histories, and development paradigms, which is thought to constrain ...
Relationships among Governance Quality, Institutional Performance, and (Dis)Trust: Trends and Tensions: A Quest for Critical Ingredients of Institutional Trust
(The University of Bergen, 2019-06-14)
This dissertation analyzes institutional trust, first, in the three South Asian countries of Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka, and then in 32 African countries. These countries were chosen in order to explore why citizens ...