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    • Discretionary Decision-Making in a Changing Context of Activation Policies and Welfare Reforms 

      Jessen, Jorunn Theresia; Tufte, Per Arne (Cambridge University Press, 2014-02-06)
      Street-level bureaucrats are considered to be subject to bureaucratic managerial regimes and threatened by stronger regulation and a reduction in their ability to exercise control over their work. Contrary to the managerial ...
    • Professional Autonomy versus Corporate Control 

      Nygaard, Pål (Høgskolen i Oslo og Akershus, 2012)
      Professionalism and bureaucracy tend to be understood as incompatible systems of work organization, represented by the ideals of collegiality and auton-omy versus control and supervision. I present a historical case study ...