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Linda Corin

About Linda Corin

Background Linda Wallin has a Masters degree in Work- and Organizational Psychology from the University of Gothenburg. She has been a graduate student at the Department of Work Sciences since fall 2008.

Research Her research interests mainly concern managers working conditions in the public sector, particularly focusing on how managers' demands and resources at work affects their health and mobility.

Current research Preliminary thesis title is: "Public sector managers' working conditions - Consequences for Health and Mobility". The thesis mainly concerns how managers' prerequisites in terms of working conditions, affects their health, motivation, performance and mobility. The dissertation will be based on quantitative material collected within the framework of the research project "CHEFiOS - Management, Health, Efficiency and Prerequisites in the Public Sector".

The thesis is part of the project "CHEFiOS" with Professor Annika Härenstam at the Department of Work Science, Gothenburg University, as a project manager. The research project examines the organizational prerequisites that are available to facilitate - or hinder - the manager's daily work.

Linda is also involved in a project about public managers mobility and sustainability which delves into questions about why managers choose to stay in or leave their assignments. The aim is, by using questionnaires and interviews, to identify factors, both individual and organizational level, affecting mobility and sustainability among managers in the public sector