Tag Archives: Accountability

On SAGE Insight: The ‘ideal perpetrator’: The French National Railways and the social construction of accountability

From Security Dialogue While countless individuals, organizations, and companies made the Holocaust possible, for the past decade the French National Railways company (Société nationale des chemins de fer français, SNCF) has been one of the few entities finding itself embroiled … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Isomorphism through algorithms: Institutional dependencies in the case of Facebook

From Big Data & Society Concerns about the impact of data-driven intermediaries on the news media industry have been growing steadily over the last several years. Major social media and information companies like Facebook, Google, and Twitter play a central … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Two Models of Teacher Accountability

Article title: Two Models of Teacher Accountability – Toward an Explanation for the Disappointing Results of Some Market-Based School Reforms From Administration & Society One of the pivotal concerns of applied social science in general and public administrations in particular … Continue reading

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Special 40th anniversary issue of Educational Management Administration & Leadership: A historical review of major themes

Special 40th anniversary issue From Educational Management Administration & Leadership This special 40th anniversary issue features review papers from leading academics on six of the major and enduring themes in the field, and it coincides with the 40th anniversary of … Continue reading

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Why WikiLeaks’ bid for radical transparency failed

WikiLeaks: the illusion of transparency From International Review of Administrative Sciences The scale and significance of the 2010 WikiLeaks disclosures were overstated, according to this article. Analysis of the WikiLeaks debacle highlights four key reasons why radical transparency is hard … Continue reading

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