Simon Anderfuhren-Biget

Simon Anderfuhren-Biget
University of Geneva | UNIGE · Institute of Sociological Research

PhD

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Introduction
Simon Anderfuhren-Biget est chercheur associé à l'Institut de Recherches Sociologiques (Université de Genève) et chargé de projet au Groupement Romand d'Etude des Addictions (Lausanne).
Additional affiliations
July 2017 - July 2018
Groupement Romand d'Etudes des Addictions
Position
  • Project Manager
August 2016 - December 2016
University of Geneva
Position
  • Scientific collaborator
July 2016 - January 2019
University of Geneva
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  • Research Associate

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Publications (23)
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Updated toolkit available at www.cannabis2030.org – También en español: www.cannabis2030.org/es –––––– Subtitled "Recommendations for the implementation of Cannabis policies aligned with international Human Rights standards, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the 2016 UNGASS outcome document", this report explains how the reform of hem...
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Seize ans après l'occasion manquée pour la Suisse de devenir le premier Etat au monde à légaliser le cannabis, la nécessité de réglementer le marché de la drogue illégale la plus consommée dans le pays n'a jamais était aussi pressante. Cet article effectue un survol historique qui aide à comprendre les raisons d'une telle agitation.
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Deux Suisses sur trois souhaitent réglementer le commerce du cannabis. Malgré ses grosses lacunes, la loi ne change pas et favorise la criminalité organisée. Les villes voulaient tester de nouvelles solutions, Berne refuse.
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This study investigates whether work opportunities have an impact on stress and the related turnover intentions of employees working in intergovernmental international organizations. It contextualizes the job resources and demands model within international organizations’ specific work conditions. The empirical test is based on original data from a...
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The independence of International Civil Servants (ICSs) from their country of origin is often presumed but rarely accounted for empirically. In order to address this gap, we investigate whether ICSs face conflicts between national and international interests and which conditions are more conducive to the manifestation of this conflict in Internatio...
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This study aims at identifying the organisational antecedents of public service motivation (PSM). It focuses on human resources management (HRM) practices as one category of organisational factors that impact on PSM. Concretely, this research questions how intrinsic and extrinsic HRM practices are related to PSM and whether these relationships are...
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This article analyzes whether and to what extent the policy environment of civil servants has an impact on their level of Public Service Motivation (PSM). It hypothesizes that public employees working in different policy domains and stages of the policy cycle are diversely motivated by four PSM orientations (Compassion, Commitment to the public int...
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After decades of management reforms in the public sector, questions on the impact of leadership behavior in public organizations have been attracting increasing attention. This article investigates the relationship between transformational leadership behavior and organizational citizenship behavior as one major extra-role outcome of transformationa...
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This article aims to determine the impact of human resource management (HRM) practices on public service motivation (PSM) and organizational performance. Based on a survey of Swiss cantonal public employees (N = 3,131), this study shows that several HRM practices may be considered as organizational antecedents of PSM and strong predictors of percei...
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Although stress has been a longstanding issue in organizations and management studies, it has never been studied in relation to Public Service Motivation. This article therefore aims to integrate PSM into the job demands–job resources model of stress to determine whether PSM might contribute to stress in public organizations. Drawing on original da...
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This article examines the relationship between red tape, Public Service Motivation (PSM) and a particular work outcome labelled ‘resigned satisfaction’. Using data from a national survey of over 3754 public servants working at the municipal level in Switzerland, this study shows the importance of looking more closely at the concept of work satisfac...
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This study analyses if and to what extent culture, associational membership, social trust, civic participation, and political ideology explain the PSM level of civil servants. On the basis of a representative sample of 3,754 municipal employees from the German- (79 percent) and the French-speaking (21 percent) parts of Switzerland, this study offer...
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Research on Public Service Motivation (PSM) has increased enormously in the last 20 years. Besides the analysis of the antecedents of PSM and its impact on organizations and individuals, many open questions about the nature of PSM itself still remain. This article argues that the theoretical construct of PSM should be contextualized by integrating...
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Putting public service motivation into context: a balance between universalism and particularism Research on Public Service Motivation (PSM) has increased enormously in the last 20 years. Besides the analysis of the antecedents of PSM and its impact on organizations and individuals, many open questions about the nature of PSM itself still remain. T...
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Zusammenfassung Existiert die Public Service Motivation (PSM) in den öffentlichen Organisationen der Schweiz? Welches sind deren Ursachen? Ist das Konzept der PSM ein entscheidender Mechanismus für das Verständnis der Motivation im öffentlichen Sektor? Der Artikel behandelt diese drei Fragenstellungen, dies basierend auf einer Mitarbeiterumfrage in...
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This article analyzes if, and to what extent, the public service motivation (PSM) construct has an added value to explain work motivation in the public sector. In order to address the specificity of PSM when studying work motivation, the theoretical model underlying this empirical study compares PSM with two other explanatory factors: material ince...
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ABSTRACT - This paper examines the issue of family reunion of parents, i.e. a situation where adults living in one country bring one or both parents aged over 50, of foreign nationality and residing abroad, to live near them. The findings are based on two years of research conducted in Switzerland between 2006 and 2008. After stressing that this is...

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Comprehensive overview of the links between cannabis & hemp policies, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and the 2016 UNGASS outcome document on global drug approaches. Read final reports at https://www.cannabis2030.org