Next week, on February 9-11, 2022, the programme holds its forth meeting with invited international guests in Sigtuna, outside of Uppsala in Sweden. Wednesday, February 9 Workshop and group discussions on methods and themes Thursday, February 10 lnternational guests: Dieter Plehwe, ”Neoliberal think tanks and the Law”. Promoting — and defending — neoliberal constitutionality in…
Webinar about new book: Contesting Nordicness
On Tuesday 25 January at 15-17 CET the Neoliberalism in the Nordics research programme organizes an online seminar to discuss the new book Contesting Nordicness. From Scandinavianism to the Nordic brand edited by Jani Marjanen, Mary Hilson as well as Johan Strang from the programme. The book is a conceptual history examination of the adjective “Nordic” from…
New book on democracy and the economy in Sweden and Finland since 1960
Ilkka Kärrylä has recently published the book Democracy and the Economy in Finland and Sweden since 1960: A Nordic Perspective on Neoliberalism, on Palgrave Macmillan. Read more here: Democracy and the Economy in Finland and Sweden since 1960 | SpringerLink
New Book: Citizen Categories in the Danish Welfare State
Programme participants Jesper Vestermark Køber and Niklas Olsen has together with Heidi Vad Jønsson edited a new book entitled: Citizen Categories in the Danish Welfare State: From the Founding Epoch to the Neoliberal Era. Read more about it here: https://www.universitypress.dk/shop/citizen-categories-in-3915p.html
Niklas Olsen’s inaugural lecture as professor
On December 3, Niklas Olsen held his inaugural lecture as professor on the topic: Klimapolitikkens politiske idéhistorie i Danmark, 1980-2022, with a particular focus on market liberal ideas for climate policy. https://saxo.ku.dk/kalender/2021/klimapolitikkens-politiske-idhistorie-i-danmark/.
The Making of Everyman’s Capitalism
A new research article has just been published open access by Orsi Husz and David Larsson Heidenblad in Enterprise & Society, with the title: ”The Making of Everyman’s Capitalism in Sweden: Micro-Infrastructures, Unlearning, and Moral Boundary Work”.
Two exciting upcoming research seminars
The Neoliberalism in the Nordics research programme is happy to announce two highly interesting online research seminars with invited guests. The first takes place on November 26, 2021 with Professor Emeritus Bo Stråth and we will discuss his manuscript: Planetary perspectives. The Brandt Commission and the Multinationals The second takes place on December 14, 2021…
Marknadens Förförelse – Jenny Anderssons professorsföreläsning
On Monday, November 15, 2021, Jenny Andersson held her professorial lecture in Uppsala on the topic: Marknadens förförelse. Att studera ett politiskt nyckelbegrepp. https://www.kalendarium.uu.se/event?eventId=66142.
Niklas Olsen on a new book about Foucault
Niklas Olsen writes in the Danish magazine Information about a new book about Foucault entitled The Last Man Takes LSD. Foucault and the End of Revolution by Daniel Zamora, Mitchell Dean. Find Niklas’ article here: ”Dengang Michel Foucault var hverdags-aktivist”.
Understreckare i SvD om entreprenörskap
Elin Åström Rudbergs understreckare i Svenska Dagbladet om utvecklingen av entreprenörskapsdiskursen i Sverige och organisationen Ung Företagsamhet: Så blev svenskarna sålda på att starta eget.