Multi-Level Theoritical Framework - MEADOW Background document n°1
This report is one outcome of workpackage 2 in the EU funded MEADOW project. Its aim has been to establish an overview of theoretical literature in surveys on organisational change, innovation and work conditions. An international team of scholars have cooperated on this task. Scholars from Aalborg University (Denmark) have coordinated the workpackage and accepted responsibility for establishing a comprehensive multilevel framework regarding theories on organisational change, innovation and work conditions.
Nielsen, P., Lund, R., Lundvall, B.-Å., Gjerding, A. N., Nielsen, R. N., Rasmussen, J. G. and Hesselholdt, A. D., from Aalborg University.
Makó, C., Illéssy, M. and Csizmadia, P., from Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Sociology
Härenstam, A. and Bejerot, E., from University of Gothenburg and Mälardalen University
Som, O. and Kirner, E, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research
Huys, R., from Catholic University of Leuven
Lazaric, N., from University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis
Coutts, A., from University of Cambridge
The Grid Report - MEADOW Background document n°2
This Background document is one output from Workpackage 2 of Meadow EU funded project. The aim of the Grid report is to provide a descriptive overview that compares existing surveys according to grids including the survey procedures, objectives of the surveys, underlying theories and concepts of organisational change, comparisons of detailed indicators of organisational change, innovation and work conditions, and how the survey results have been used. This work has been coordinated by Aalborg University (Denmark) and the report is drawn up by the AAU meadow team (see author list below). Also see "Survey Grids" - Appendix of the "Grid report" (MEADOW Background document n°2).
Peter Nielsen, René, Nesgaard Nielsen,
Reinhard Lund, Bengt-Åke Lundvall,
Jørgen Gulddahl Rasmussen,
Allan Næs Gjerding,
The Survey Grids - Appendix to MEADOW Background document n°2
The "Survey Grids" is the appendix of the "Grid report" (MEADOW background document n°2). It is composed of descriptive grids analysing 21 surveys, on the basis of which it should be possible to establish what is the state of the art in surveys on organisational change. All partners of the MEADOW project contributed to this work according to their specific area of expertise, under the coordination of Aalborg University, Denmark (see list of authors p.2).
Access Rights to surveys - MEADOW Background document n°3
This background document is an output from Workpackage 3 of the EU funded MEADOW project. Its aim is to describe access rights to employer level surveys for external parties.