nmmioa

Department of Organization

Nanna
Mik-Meyer
Professor
,
ph.d, Vice Dean of Research


Room: KIL/14.A-4.51
Tel:
+4538152895
, Mobile:
+45 3153 8844
E-mail: nmm.ioa@cbs.dk
Presentation

I hold a MA in Anthropology and a PhD in Sociology from the University of Copenhagen. My main areas of research are identity work in organizations, gender and risk processes, the sociology of professions and power, and qualitative methodology and analysis. I am a member of the Independent Research Fund Denmark (FSE) as well as research coordinator at the department.

A recent research project concerns the way in which principles of the bureaucracy, values of the market and norms of psychology influence the encounter between cititzens and professionals in public organizations. This project has resulted in the book The power of citizens and professionals in welfare encounters: the influence of bureaucracy, market and psychology and is part of Manchester University Press' book series: Social and Political Power. Read more here

I am currently working on the research project Governance, co-production an vulnerability: citizen-staff interaction in homeless shelters that uses 24 video recorded meetings between municipality caseworkers, shelter staff and homeless people. Together with Prof. Silverman and Prof. Haugaard, I investigate the many organizational dilemmas that affect the talk and interactions of the three participating parties. Read more here.

Primary research areas
  • Identities & Organization
  • Organization & Work
  • Organization & Gender
  • Risk
  • Professions and Power
  • Governance
  • Micro Sociology
  • Qualitative Methodology and Analysis
Curriculum Vitae
Social media
Links
Link to this homepage
www.cbs.dk/en/staff/nmmioa
Courses
  • Analysis of qualitative data (PhD)
  • Introductory course (MUF/MPG)
  • A series of workshops for Master students at HRM and Cand merc psyk 
Supervision

PhD Supervision:

  • Anne Bitsch, (Center for Gender Research, University of Oslo) (presently)
  • Maria Bøgeskov (Department of Sociology, Copenhagen University/SFI) (completed in 2018)
  • Maya Christiane Flensborg Jensen (Department of Organization, CBS) (completed in 2017)
  • Ida Helene Asmussen (Faculty of Law, Copenhagen University) (completed in 2013)
  • Kristian Fahnøe (Department of Society and Globalization, Roskilde University) (completed in 2013)
  • Anette Lykke Hindhede (Danish School of Education, Aarhus University) (completed in 2010)

 

PhD Assesment Committees:

  • Betina Riis Asplin, Department of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, BI Norwegian Business School, Norway (presently)
  • Veronica Haug, Faculty of Social Science, Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway (grad. 2018)
  • Mathilde Cecchini, Department of Political Science, Aarhus University (grad. 2018)
  • Lars E.F. Johannesen, Centre for the study of professions, Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway (grad. 2018)
  • Jeanette Skoglund, RKBU, The Arctic University of Norway, Norway (grad. 2018)
  • Anne-Stine Røberg, HiOA, University of Oslo, Norway (grad. 2018)
  • Ida Solvang, sosialt arbeid og sosialpolitikk, HiOA, University of Oslo, Norway (grad. 2017)
  • Ingeborg Grønning, Institutt for sosiologi og statsvitenskab, Norges Teknisk-Naturvitenskapelige Universitet (NTNU), Norway (grad. 2017)
  • Tone Jørgensen, Fakultet for sammfundsvitenskab, Nord Universitet, Norway (grad. 2016)
  • Søren Skaarup, Department of Political Science and Public Management, University of Southern Denmark (grad. 2016)
  • Erik Eriksson, School of Social Work, Faculty of Social Sciences, Lund University, Sweden (grad. 2015)
  • Janne Solberg, Department of Sociology and Human Geography, University of Oslo, Norway (grad. 2014)
  • Grit Niclasson, Department of Sociology and Social Work, Aalborg University (grad. 2014)
  • Gunhild Tøndel, Department of Sociology and Political Science, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway (grad. 2014)
  • Jørgen Jeppesen, Health, Man and Society, University of Southern Denmark (grad. 2013)
  • Claus Brygger Jacobi, The Department of Society and Globalization, Roskilde University (grad. 2013)
  • Ninna Meier, Business and Social Science, Department of Business Administration, Aarhus University (grad. 2013)
  • Kjetil G. Lundberg, Department of Sociology, Bergen University (grad. 2012)
  • Anders Kruse Ljungdalh, Danish School of Education, Aarhus University (grad. 2011)
  • Turid Rødne, Department of Sociology, the Artic University of Norway, Norway (grad. 2009)
  • Marie Østergaard, Department of Political Science, Aarhus University (grad. 2009)
Selected publications
  • Mik-Meyer, N., Obling, A. & Wolkowitz, C. (2018) Bodies and intimate relations in organizations and work, Gender, Work & Organization, ​25(1): 1-8
  • Mik-Meyer, N. (2017) The Power of Citizens and Professionals in Welfare Encounters: The Influence of Bureaucracy, Market and Psychology. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
  • Mik-Meyer, N. (2016) Othering, ableism and disability: A discursive analysis of co-workers’ construction of colleagues with visible impairments, Human Relations, 69(6): 1341-1363.
  • Mik-Meyer, N. (2016) Disability and ‘care’: Managers, employees and colleagues with impairments negotiating the social order of disability, Work, Employment and Society, 30(6): 984-999. 
  • Mik-Meyer, N. (2015) Gender and disability: Feminising male employees with visible impairments in Danish work organisations, Gender, Work & Organization, 22(6): 579-595. 
Publications List
Publications sorted by:
2019
Nanna Mik-Meyer; David Silverman / Agency and Clientship in Public Encounters : Co‐constructing ‘Neediness’ and ‘Worthiness’ in Shelter Placement Meetings.
In: British Journal of Sociology, 9.1.2019
Journal article > peer review
Nanna Mik-Meyer / The Performance of Citizen’s and Organisational Authority
Paper presented at American Sociological Association Annual Meeting. ASA 2019, 2019
Paper > peer review
2018
Nanna Mik-Meyer; Anne Roelsgaard Obling; Carol Wolkowitz / Bodies and Intimate Relations in Organizations and Work
In: Gender, Work and Organization, Vol. 25, No. 1, 2018, p. 1-8
Editorial > peer review
Nanna Mik-Meyer / Fagprofessionelles møde med udsatte klienter : Dilemmaer i den organisatoriske praksis.
København : Hans Reitzels Forlag 2018, 254 p.
Book > peer review
Nanna Mik-Meyer / Organizational Professionalism : Social Workers Negotiating Tools of NPM.
In: Professions and Professionalism, Vol. 8, No. 1, 2018
Journal article > peer review
Nanna Mik-Meyer; David Silverman / Speaking for the Client : Talk and Silence in Homeless Casework.
Abstract from XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology 2018, 2018
Conference abstract for conference > peer review
2017
Nanna Mik-Meyer / Book review: The Wellness Syndrome, by Carl Cederström and André Spicer’s. Cambridge: Polity Press, 2015.
In: Organization, Vol. 24, No. 5, 2017, p. 700-702
Book review > peer review
Nanna Mik-Meyer / Disability, Sameness, and Equality : Able-bodied Managers and Employees Discussing Diversity in a Scandinavian Context.
In: Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research, Vol. 19, No. 2, 2017, p. 129-139
Journal article > peer review
Nanna Mik-Meyer / Hybrid Organisations and Documentation Practices : Social Workers’ Negotiation of Expertise in Public Organizations.
Paper presented at The 33rd EGOS Colloquium 2017, 2017
Paper > peer review
Margaretha Järvinen (Editor) ; Nanna Mik-Meyer (Editor) / Kvalitativ analyse : Syv traditioner.
København : Hans Reitzels Forlag 2017, 418 p.
Anthology > peer review
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