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1. Micro-Foundations of Organizational Adaptation : A Field Study in the Evolution of Product Development Capabilities in a Design Firm
Sammanfattning : The aim of this dissertation is to improve knowledge of how organizations adapt to their dynamic environments, by developing a detailed understanding of the configuration and evolution of organizational replicators. Among open questions in the literature on organizational adaptation, I have explored the following: How can the structure of organizational replicators and the nature of their components be realistically described? How do different organizational replicators interact with each other at different levels within and across organizational boundaries? How do replicators evolve? Why do firms need dynamic capabilities? I’ve addressed these questions by means of an embedded, longitudinal field study of Alessi, an Italian firm founded in 1921, active in the development and production of hundreds of design household products. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Arrays of antennas offer important advantages over single-element antennas and are thus a key part of most advanced communication systems. The majority of current arrays are based on a classical regular layout, which offer simple design criteria despite some limitations. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Data permeates every aspect of our daily life and it is the backbone of our digitalized society. Smartphones, smartwatches and many more smart devices measure, collect, modify and share data in what is known as the Internet of Things. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Our society revolves around communication. The Internet is the biggest, cheapest and fastest digital communication channel used nowadays. Due to the continuous increase of daily communication among people worldwide, more and more data might be stolen, misused or tampered. LÄS MER
5. Getting Tough on Unemployment : Essays on the politics of unemployment benefit reform in affluent democracies
Sammanfattning : The advanced democracies of Europe, North America, and Australasia have gotten tough on unemployment. Since the mid- to late-1970s, they started to put greater pressure on the unemployed by reducing the time for which unemployment benefits were paid, by imposing stricter job-search requirements, by extending the range of jobs considered suitable for claimants, and by tightening the penalties for non-compliance with these rules. LÄS MER