The Politics of Social Networks.
The Politics of Social Networks. Interpersonal Trust and Institutional Change in Post-Communist East Germany. In: Administrative Science Quarterly. This paper examines the role of social networks in enterprise development by comparing personal trust (as inherent in social relationships) to collective and institutional trust (derived from the wider cultural, political and legal environment). The findings indicate that there is a shift from personal towards institutional trust as the firm develops and grows, but they also confirm enterprise.
Astrid Hedin is senior lecturer at Global Political Studies (GPS), Malmö University. The Politics of Social Networks. She has a PhD degree from Lund University, a n degree from Uppsala University, and was Anna Lindh scholar of the Europe Center at Stanford University.
Astrid Hedin has written: 'The politics of social networks' - subject(s): Case studies, Organizational change, Partei des Demokratischen Sozialismus (Germany), Politics and government, Social networks, Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands. What has the author R A Hedin written? R. A. Hedin has written: 'The dynamic behavior of a synchronous generator with a rectifier load'. What has the author Gunnar Hedin written? Gunnar Hedin has written: 'Svenska varv' - subject(s): Shipbuilding industry, History
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this is an impressive and informative work that will sensitize any reader to the international influences in the Progressive tradition. In particular, Rodgers deftly depicts the misunderstandings and dangers inherent in adopting social policies outside of their cultural context. Bruce Leslie, American Studies in Scandinavia
Illiberal deliberation: Communist regime travel controls as state capacity in everyday world politics. The Enduring Place of Hierarchy in World Politics: Tracing the Social Logics of Hierarchy and Political Change. European Journal of International Relations 11 (1):63–98.
Illiberal deliberation: Communist regime travel controls as state capacity in everyday world politics. Cooperation and Conflict, p. 001083671881552.
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The school also includes the Institute of Governance, the Innogen Institute (a collaboration with the Open University) and the Centres of African Studies, Canadian Studies and South Asian Studies. School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Edinburgh.