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Nanna Mik-Meyer is Professor at The Danish National Centre for Social Research (SFI). Mik-Meyer’s research includes studies of encounters between citizens and professionals in welfare organizations as well as encounters between employees and employers in work organizations.
She has a particular focus on processes of otherness, power and gender in these encounters. Mik-Meyer's most recent book is The power of citizens and professionals in welfare encounters: the influence of bureaucracy, market and psychology to be published at Manchester University Press August 2017. Her recent work has appeared in journals such as Human Relations, Work, Employment and Society, Gender, Work & Organization, Sociology of Health and Illness, Social Theory and Health, and Journal of Political Power.
|Department||Social Policy and Welfare|
|Works with||Labour market, Disability policy, Unemployment, Vulnerable groups|
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