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Skovgaard on bureaucratic politics and the allocation of climate aid between developing countries

Jakob Skovgaard has co-authored the article “Bureaucratic politics and the allocation of climate finance” with Lauri Peterson (Uppsala University). The article is published in the journal World Development. It concerns how bureaucratic politics has influenced the allocation of aid for climate mitigation and adaptation in developing countries.

EU mediation effectiveness in the Russia–Ukraine conflict

Ole Elgström has, together with Natalia Chaban and Michèle Knodt, co-authored the article ”Perceptions of EU mediation and mediation effectiveness: Comparing perspectives from Ukraine and the EU”, which has been published in the journal Cooperation and Conflict.

New volume about Europeanization in Sweden

The edited volume ”Europeanization in Sweden: Opportunities and Challenges for Civil Society Organizations” (editors Anna Meeuwisse och Roberto Scaramuzzino) has recently been published by Berghahn Books. Three department colleagues have contributed.

Jönsson on Parliaments in Global Governance

Christer Jönsson and Anders Johnsson have co-authored the article "Parliaments in Global Governance” in the journal ”Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations”.

Bengtsson and Rosén Sundström editors of new book on the EU and the global order

Rikard Bengtsson and Malena Rosén Sundström are the editors of the book “The EU and the emerging global order”, a book in honour of Ole Elgström upon his retirement.

Persson and Bergman Rosamond on the field of EU-Israel/Palestine relations

Anders Persson is the editor of the special issue ”The occupation at 50: EU-Israel/Palestine relations since 1967” in the journal ”Middle East Critique”. Annika Bergman Rosamond and other leading researcher from Europe and the Middle East have contributed with articles.

Lindvall on Quantitative Methods

Carlo Knotz and Johannes Lindvall have contributed to the series SAGE Research Methods Case with the contribution ”Using Quantitative Methods to Study Welfare State Reforms”. The authors discuss the promises and pitfalls of using quantitative methods to study social policymaking.

Skovgaard and Hildingsson on Swedish and Danish Environmental Policy after the Crisis

Jakob Skovgaard and Roger Hildingsson have co-authored the book chapter “Environmental Policy and the Economic Crisis – The Swedish and Danish Cases” together with Bengt Johansson. The chapter is published in the book “The Impact of the Economic Crisis on European Environmental Policy”. It concerns how environmental policy has developed since the onset of the economic crisis in 2007-2008 in Denmark and Sweden, two countries traditionally seen as environmental pioneers.

Bäck on parliamentary debates

Who represents the party in parliamentary debates? Hanna Bäck has, together with Markus Baumann, Marc Debus and Jochen Müller, studied this question in an analysis of parliamentary debates in six European countries.

Aggestam on negotiations and peace agreements

Karin Aggestam has contributed with a chapter to “Oxford University Press Handbook on Women, Peace and Security” on “WPS, peace negotiations and peace agreements”. The book's editors are Sara Davies and Jacqui True.

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