Publikationer

Publikationer

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Publikationsnyheter

sebastian larsson

Sebastian Larsson - 'The Civil Paradox'

Sebastian Larsson recently published the article 'The Civil Paradox' in the International Journal of Migration and Border Studies. The article critically analyses the role of so-called civil security for arms companies.

Mark Rhinard

Professor Mark Rhinard wins Best Article in 2019 prize

The article ‘The Crisisification of Policy‐making in the European Union’ has won the Best Article in 2019 prize from the Journal of Common Market Studiea.

european-floods

Översvämningar i Europa under 500 år

Dag Retsö, docent vid Institutionen för ekonomisk historiska och internationella relationer, Stockholms universitet, har medverkat i en uppmärksammad studie om översvämningar i Europa under de senaste 500 åren.

Sieps-rapport

Ny forskningsrapport om eurozonens reformering

Lisa Dellmuth, Jonas Tallberg och Magnus Lundgren har författat forskningsrapporten ”State Interests and Bargaining Power in the Reform of the Eurozone”, nyligen publicerad av Svenska institutet för europapolitiska studier (Sieps).  

Nordic Societal Security

Nordic ‘Societal Security’ – is there a Nordic Way of protecting populations?

Mark Rhinard and Sebastian Larsson co-edit this new book examining whether Nordic countries share discourses and practices related to protecting their populations from security threats.

susan-jackson

Communication and normalizing political violence

Department-affiliated researcher Susan T Jackson spearheads new international Forum publication on communication and normalizing political violence.

johan svanberg

Johan Svanberg med ny artikel i International Review of Social History

I artikeln undersöker Johan Svanberg Europaintegrationen efter andra världskriget i ett internationellt fackligt perspektiv.

lars ahnland

The wage share and government job creation in Sweden, 1900–2016

Lars Ahnland, PhD in Economic History, has recently published an article in Labor History on The wage share and government job creation in Sweden, 1900–2016

Sthlm

Stockholms fastighetspriser över 200 år

Det råder föga tvivel om att fastighetspriserna i Stockholm ökat kraftigt under 2000-talet, men hur ser utvecklingen ut över längre tidsperioder?

mark-rhinard

Is COVID-19 a one-off? Not likely.

Professor Mark Rhinard et al. has just published a new article in which he and his colleagues identify a new generation of 'creeping crises' in different issue areas. 

Jorge Rodriguez Morales

IR Ph.D. researcher contributes to IPCC Climate Change Report

Jorge Rodriguez Morales has recently contributed to the IPCC’s Special Report on Climate Change and Land.

The Political Economy of Agrarian Change in Latin America

The Political Economy of Agrarian Change in Latin America

The new book by Matilda Baraibar is an original contribution to the discussion about agro-food exporting governmental policy in Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay.

Fia Sundevall

Fia Sundevall, researcher at the department, is the co-author of a newly published article on gender and conscription in Sweden.

Mark and Louise

Mark Rhinard and Louise Bengtsson published in West European Politics

Mark Rhinard and Louise Bengtsson, both of the Department of Economic History and International Relations, have just published an article in the leading journal West European Politics about how health cooperation in Europe over the past two decades has become primarily characterized by a focus on “health security”.

Matilda Baraibar

(medförfattare) “Toward understanding the dynamics of land change in Latin America: potential utility of a resilience approach for building archetypes of land-systems change” Ecology and Society, 2019, 24 (1):17 

Markus Lundström

"The political economy of meat"  Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics