Scandinavian Journal of Public Administration

The Scandinavian Journal of Public Administration (SJPA) publishes four issues per year, presenting articles on public administration with perspectives from political and management studies, economics or law studies.



Vol 22, No 3 (2018): The Role of Civil Servants in Scandinavia

Table of Contents

Articles

Considering (New Public) Civil Servants: Emerging Roles and Contexts PDF
Tom S. Karlsson, Jan Olsson 3-16
Keeping the Discussion Among Civil Servants Alive: 'Platform of Values' as an Emerging Genre Within the Public Sector in Sweden PDF
Catharina Nyström Höög, Anders Björkvall 17-38
Functional Politicisation Among Lower-Ranking Civil Servants: Conflicts and Dilemmas in Danish Central Government PDF
Birgitte Poulsen, Pernille Boye Koch 39-63
Obeying Ministers or Laws? A Study of Danish Civil Servants' Responses to Illegal Requests PDF
Carina Saxlund Bischoff 65-87
Interactive Policy Processes: A Challenge for Street-Level Bureaucrats PDF
Annika Agger, Bodil Damgaard 89-108
Benefit Fraud and Policy Alienation Among Civil Servants PDF
Lene Mosegaard Søbjerg 109-128
Public or Private – Does It Matter? How School Leaders in Public and Private Schools Perceive Their Roles PDF
Jenny Madestam, Göran Sundström, Göran Bergström 129-152


Scandinavian Journal of Public Administration

School of Public Administration, Box 712 - SE-405 30 Göteborg

ISSN: 2001-7405, E-ISSN: 2001-7413