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Dag Wiese Schartum

Scientific works



1. Reports and monographs
2. Articles from article collections
3. Articles from periodicals
4. Works only published on the world wide web
5. Unpublished contributions from seminars and conferences etc.


1. Reports and monographs

1.1
Dag Wiese Schartum:
Codex, Calculation and Computers. An investigation of some administrative consequences of the introduction of new calculation principles in the Norwegian National Insurance Act of 1966.
I: NORIS (70-II), CompLex 3/85

1.2
Dag Wiese Schartum:
The introduction of computers in the Norwegian local insurance offices.
I: NORIS (70), CompLex 9/87


2. Articles from article collections

2.1
Dag Wiese Schartum:
The social insurance administration of Norway. Possible applications of deontic systems.
I: Jon Bing (ed): F*KUS Knowledge based systems for public administration, CompLex 8/87, s. 129-150, ISBN 82-00-07863-9.

2.2
Dag Wiese Schartum:
Delegation and decentralization - Computer systems as tools for instruction and improved service to clients.
I: Bo Göranzon and Ingela Josefson(eds): Skill, knowledge and artificial intelligence, s. 159- 168, Springer Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1988, ISBN 3-540-19519-X, ISBN 0-387-19519-X.

2.3
Dag Wiese Schartum:
Introduction of information technology in social insurance institutions: Political objectives and organizational consequences, history and future.
I: Ernst Buchberger and Bo Göranzon (eds): Artificial intelligence. Perspectives of AI as a social technology, CompLex 2/88, s. 7-14, ISBN 82-518-25164.

2.4
Dag Wiese Schartum:
Dirt in the Machinery of Government? Legal Challenges Connected to Computerized Case-Processing in Public Administration.
I: Bing og Torvund (eds): 25 years Anniversary Anthology, Norwegian Research Centre for Computers and Law, Tano, Oslo 1995, s 151 - 92.

2.5
Dag Wiese Schartum:
A presentation of the new study of Information Technology and Administrative systems
I: Forvaltningsinformatisk notatserie 2/94

2.6
Jon Bing and Dag Wiese Schartum:
Public Administration and Information Technology. Compendium to the Erasmus Course.
I: Complex 6/95, Tano.


3. Articles from periodicals

3.1
Jon Bing og Dag Wiese Schartum:
Automated systems and claim realization in social security organizations.
I: Rutgers computer and technology law journal, volume 12 number 1 1986, p. 83-97.

3.2
Dag Wiese Schartum:
Introduction of information technology in social insurance institutions: Political objectives and organizational consequences, history and future.
I: Information Age, volume 10 number 2, April 1988, p. 107-12.

3.3
Jon Bing og Dag Wiese Schartum:
Automated systems and claim realization in social security organizations.
I: ELSA Law Review, volume I number 1, 1989, p. 79-92.

3.4
Dag Wiese Schartum:
Dirt in the Machinery of Government? Legal Challenges Connected to
Computerized Case Processing in Public Administration.

I: International Journal of Law and Information Technology, vol. 2, page

3.5
Dag Wiese Schartum:
Transparent Computer Systems - Transparent Government.
I: Informatica e diritto (Italia), 2/95 side 167-177.

3.6
Dag Wiese Schartum:
Proportional Control?
I: International Review of Law and Computers & Technology, Volume 11 No. 1, pp. 107 - 116, 1997 (Journals Oxford Ltd) og
I: Computer in Human Behavior, Vol. 13, No. 4, pp. 543 - 557, 1997 (Elservier Science).


4. Works only published on the world wide web

4.1
Dag Wiese Schartum:
Access to Government-Held Information: Challenges and Possibilities
I: The Journal of Information, Law and Technology (JILT), 1998 Issue One, Special Feature: The Citizen in The Information Society. Legal Issues From the Perspective of the Citizen.


5. Unpublished contributions from seminars and conferences etc.

5.1
Dag Wiese Schartum:
Representation of legal rules in computer programs - some implications on legal protection and service to citizens.
Innlegg på European Coordination Centre for Research and Documentation in Social Sciences, conference on "Information Technology and the Service-Orientation of Public Administration", Kassel November 26-28 1988.

5.2
Dag Wiese Schartum
Legal Implications of Computerised Case Processing: The Process of Establishing Facts
Innlegg på "I.S.A. International Seminar on the Sosiology of Social Insurance"; University of Edinburgh, 4-6 July 1989.



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