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1 Eriksen, Andreas.
Accountability and the Multidimensional Mandate. Political research quarterly 2020
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2 Eriksen, Andreas.
Political Values in Independent Agencies. Regulation & Governance 2020
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3 Eriksen, Andreas.
The political literacy of experts. Ratio Juris 2020
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4 Eriksen, Andreas.
Agency Accountability: Management of Expectations or Answerability to Mandate?. University of Oslo: ARENA 2019 19 p.
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5 Eriksen, Andreas.
The Accountability of Independent Agencies. Making Nomis Safe for Democracy; 2019-06-20 - 2019-06-21
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6 Eriksen, Andreas; Katsaitis, Alexander.
Accountability through Mutual Attunement. Making Nomis Safe for Democracy; 2019-06-20 - 2019-06-21
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7 Eriksen, Andreas; Katsaitis, Alexander.
Accountability through Mutual Attunement: Parliamentary Hearings & Agency Oversight in the European Union. 2019 EUSA International Biennial Conference; 2019-05-09 - 2019-05-11
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8 Katsaitis, Alexander; Eriksen, Andreas.
Accountability and the Forging of Agency Ends: The European Security and Markets Authority in the European Parliament’s Committee Hearings. EUSA Sixteenth Biennial Conference; 2019-05-09 - 2019-05-11
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9 Eriksen, Andreas.
Blog: “Accountability overload”: Too much of a good thing?.
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10 Eriksen, Andreas.
Blog: Conflicts of duty: What do they mean?.
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11 Eriksen, Andreas.
Blog: Have Welfare-to-Work Reforms Promoted Citizen Responsibility?.
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12 Eriksen, Andreas.
Conflicting duties and restitution of the trusting relationship. Journal of Medical Ethics 2018 ;Volume 44.(11) p. 1-6
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13 Eriksen, Andreas.
Legitimate Agency Reasoning. ARENA: ARENA Centre for Europan Studies Oslo 2018 ;Volume 2018.21 p. ARENA Working Papers(1)
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14 Eriksen, Andreas.
Political literacy. The concept and its application to the unelected.. EUREX workshop: the role of expertise in policy; 2018-05-22 - 2018-05-23
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15 Eriksen, Andreas.
Reclaiming Responsibility: The Case of Welfare-to-Work Policy. Journal of Social Policy 2018 p. 1-18
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16 Eriksen, Andreas.
The Facts of Agency Accountability. EU Agencies: Problem-solving, performance & the accountability overload; 2018-04-11 - 2018-04-13
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17 Eriksen, Andreas.
The Political Literacy of Experts. Research, Trust and Policy; 2018-10-04 - 2018-10-05
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18 Eriksen, Andreas; Molander, Anders.
Welfare reform and public justification. Policy Studies 2018 p. 1-20
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19 Eriksen, Andreas.
Bokanmeldelse: New Contractualism in European Welfare State Policies. Tidsskrift for samfunnsforskning 2017 ;Volume 58.(3) p. 357-360
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20 Eriksen, Andreas.
Conflicting Professional Duties and Blameworthiness. Profession, Professionalization and Codes of Ethics; 2017-06-08 - 2017-06-09
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21 Eriksen, Andreas.
Detaljstyring av moralfilosofien?. Morgenbladet 2017
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22 Eriksen, Andreas.
Legitimate Agency Reasoning. REFLEX workshop: The legitimacy of depoliticized decision-making; 2017-11-16 - 2017-11-17
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23 Eriksen, Andreas.
Moral philosophers and virtue: What is wrong with being bad? (Blog).
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24 Eriksen, Andreas.
Professional ethics in the age of AI: Upgrading to v3.0 (Blog).
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25 Eriksen, Andreas.
Reclaiming Responsibility. Practical Philosophy Working Group Annual Workshop; 2017-11-16 - 2017-11-17
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26 Eriksen, Andreas.
Lykkelig som engasjert i jobben. Seminar for Fakultet for samfunnsvitenskaps administrasjon; 2016-09-27 - 2016-09-27
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27 Eriksen, Andreas.
Lærerens dedikasjon og rolleforståelse. Bedre Skole 2016 (2) p. 72-76
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28 Eriksen, Andreas.
Profesjonsroller og lykke. Avishuset Budstikka; 2016-05-25 - 2016-05-25
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29 Eriksen, Andreas.
Taking Roles Seriously. On Professional Duty and Virtue.. Høgskolen i Oslo og Akershus 2016 140 p.
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30 Eriksen, Andreas; Lassen, Kjersti.
Derfor er noen lykkeligere på jobb. [Internet] 2016-03-02
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31 Eriksen, Andreas.
Beyond Professional Duty: Does Supererogation Belong to the Morality of Roles?. International Journal of Applied Philosophy 2015 ;Volume 29.(1) p. -
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32 Eriksen, Andreas.
Should eudaimonia structure professional virtue?. Journal of Philosophy of Education 2015 ;Volume 50.(4) p. 605-618
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33 Eriksen, Andreas.
The authority of professional roles. Journal of Social Philosophy 2015 ;Volume 46.(3) p. 373-391
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34 Eriksen, Andreas.
What is professional integrity?. Etikk i praksis 2015 ;Volume 9.(2) p. 3-17
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35 Eriksen, Andreas.
A. Eriksen svarer:. Tidsskrift for Den norske legeforening 2014 ;Volume 134.(8) p. 808-809
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36 Eriksen, Andreas.
Tvilsom begrunnelse for reservasjonsmulighet. Tidsskrift for Den norske legeforening 2014 (5)
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37 Eriksen, Andreas.
Om reservasjonsrett. NRK P1 Norgesglasset [Radio] 2013-10-25
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38 Eriksen, Andreas.
Profesjonsroller og moralsk divergens. Profesjonsroller og allmennmoral; 2013-05-31 - 2013-05-31
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39 Eriksen, Andreas.
Vi taper offentlig begrunnelse. Vårt land 2013
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40 Eriksen, Andreas.
The Force of Professional Obligations. Framing Expertise: Scientific Knowledge and Systems of Professions; 2012-05-07 - 2012-05-11
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41 Eriksen, Andreas.
Hva er moralsk forpliktelse? En drøfting av tre forslag. I: Kulturell kompleksitet i det nye Norge. Unipub forlag 2011 ISBN 9788274775282. p. 235-247