Main Research and Teaching Interests
- Civil Defence
- European Security
- Intelligence Analysis
- International Politics
Jana Wrange's current project aims at producing new knowledge and better understanding of the international preconditions to develop, strengthen and direct Sweden’s civil defence. The study focuses on how these preconditions have been affected by societal processes of change on the international level, directing attention to how the government’s bi- and multilateral interaction with other countries and in international forums affects the decision-making capacity, scope of action and organization of the state.
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Entangled security logics: from the decision-makers’ discourses to the decision-takers’ interpretations of civil defenceJana Wrange
(2022) European Security, 31 p.576-596
Oklara besked om hur krisberedskapen ska förbättrasJana Wrange
Internal and external perceptions of small state security: the case of EstoniaJana Wrange, Rikard Bengtsson
(2019) European Security, 28
Opportunities and Challenges of a Small State Presidency: The Estonian Council Presidency 2017Jana Wrange, Gunnhildur Lily Magnusdottir
(2017) Halduskultuur - Administrative Culture, 18
Jana Wrange was employed as a doctoral student at the Department of Political Science on 1 September 2018, after graduating from the European Affairs programme at Lund University, following European studies at Malmö University and employment as consultant at the Estonian Government Office during its Precidency of the Council of the European Union in 2017.