Kim Loyens
Kim Loyens
Associate professor, School of Governance, Utrecht University
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Toward a theoretical framework for ethical decision making of street-level bureaucracy: Existing models reconsidered
K Loyens, J Maesschalck
Administration & Society 42 (1), 66-100, 2010
From poker games to kitchen tables: How social dynamics affect frontline decision making
N Raaphorst, K Loyens
Administration & Society 52 (1), 31-56, 2020
Occupational culture in policing reviewed: a comparison of values in the public and private police
K Loyens
Intl Journal of Public Administration 32 (6), 461-490, 2009
Towards a custom-made whistleblowing policy. Using grid-group cultural theory to match policy measures to different styles of peer reporting
K Loyens
Journal of business ethics 114, 239-249, 2013
Why police officers and labour inspectors (do not) blow the whistle: a grid group cultural theory perspective
K Loyens
Policing: an international journal of police strategies & management, 2013
Whistleblowing from an international perspective: A comparative analysis of institutional arrangements
K Loyens, W Vandekerckhove
Administrative Sciences 8 (3), 30, 2018
Rule bending by morally disengaged detectives: an ethnographic study
K Loyens
Police Practice and Research 15 (1), 62-74, 2014
Law enforcement and policy alienation: Coping by labour inspectors and federal police officers
K Loyens
Understanding street-level bureaucracy, 99-114, 2015
Integrity secured. Understanding ethical decision making among street-level bureaucrats in the Belgian Labor Inspection and Federal Police.
K Loyens, J Maesschalck
Police-public interactions: a grid-group cultural theory perspective
K Loyens, J Maesschalck
Policing: an international journal of police strategies & management 37 (1†…, 2014
Methoden en technieken van burgerparticipatie: strategieŽn voor betrokkenheid van burgers bij het federaal plan duurzame ontwikkeling
K Loyens, S Van de Walle
Leuven: Public Management Institute, 2006
Delphi in Criminal Justice Policy: A Case Study on Judgmental Forecasting.
K Loyens, J Maesschalck, G Bouckaert
Qualitative Report 16 (6), 1477-1495, 2011
Beyond police culture: A quantitative study of the organisational culture in 64 local police forces in Belgium
H Paesen, J Maesschalck, K Loyens
Policing: An International Journal 42 (5), 814-831, 2019
The social construction of integrity: A qualitative case study in Dutch football
K Loyens, I Claringbould, LH Rossem, F van Eekeren
Sport in Society 25 (9), 1714-1733, 2022
Whistleblowing and power
K Loyens, J Maesschalck
International handbook on whistleblowing research, 154-174, 2014
Why external witnesses report organizational misconduct to inspectorates: A comparative case study in three inspectorates
J Van Erp, K Loyens
Administration & Society 52 (2), 265-291, 2020
Networks as unit of analysis in street-level bureaucracy research
K Loyens
Research handbook on street-level bureaucracy, 351-369, 2019
Grid-group cultural theory and the causal mechanism approach as requisite partners. Explaining enforcement decisions in West European labor inspection
K Loyens
Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research 26 (4), 416-435, 2013
Strict enforcement or responsive regulation? How inspector–inspectee interaction and inspectors’ role identity shape decision making
K Loyens, C Schott, T Steen
Inspectors and enforcement at the front line of government, 79-94, 2019
The Dutch Whistleblowers Authority in an international perspective: a comparative study
K Loyens, W Vandekerckhove
Huis voor Klokkenluiders, 2018
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