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Browsing by Author "Kildal, Nanna"

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Browsing by Author "Kildal, Nanna"

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  • Kildal, Nanna (Working paper, Stein Rokkan Centre for Social Studies, 2005-05)
    This working paper dips into the history of the ideas of work, from the Antiquity through Christianity, the middle ages and the reformation to Marx. The standard pictures of the antique philosophy as ‘work despising’, ...
  • Helgøy, Ingrid; Kildal, Nanna; Nilssen, Even (Working paper, Stein Rokkan Centre for Social Studies, 2010-02)
    This paper focuses on the integration of the Norwegian employment service, the social insurance service and parts of the local social assistance service in the recently established Nav-office. This integration is supposed ...
  • Helgøy, Ingrid; Kildal, Nanna; Nilssen, Even (Working paper, Stein Rokkan Centre for Social Studies, 2011-12)
    Den såkalte Nav-reformen ble vedtatt i Stortinget i 2002 og gjennomført i perioden 2006-2010. Reformen er den mest omfattende forvaltningsreformen som er gjennomført i Norge i nyere tid (Christensen & Lægreid 2010) og ...
  • Kildal, Nanna (Working paper, Stein Rokkan Centre for Social Studies, 2003-08)
    The issue of this working paper is the study of ‘policy transfer’ between international organisations and national welfare reforms, which is illustrated by a study of the OECD. As the OECD’s multilateral surveillance is ...
  • Øyen, Else; Andreassen, Bård Anders; Eide, Asbjørn; Ivo, Anete Brito Leal; Kildal, Nanna; Kulindwa, Kassim; Lomelí, Enrique Valencia; Moeshart, Jarichje; Solano, Carlos Barba; Sælen, Kirsti Thesen; Williams, Lucy; Wilson, Francis; Ziccardi, Alicia (Book; Report, Comparative Research Programme on Poverty (CROP), 2005)
    In August 2004 the Research Council of Norway announced tenders for a “State-of-the-art” report within international poverty research, with special focus on institutions and rights. The Research Council wanted the report ...
  • Kildal, Nanna (Working paper, Stein Rokkan Centre for Social Studies, 2003-05)
    This working paper is based on the ideas that “social justice is the first virtue of social institutions” and that democratic governing principles should be “transparent”, that is, known and available for public consideration ...

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