Jeppe Nevers is Professor of Modern History at the University of Southern Denmark. He has written on a range of topics in modern Danish and European history, including the history of democracy, varieties of liberalism, and the role of business, and he is currently working on Danish capitalism since the 1930s (with Per Boje). Trained as a historian at the University of Southern Denmark, he has been a visitor at the University of Freiburg, at Harvard University, and most recently at the University of Oxford (Jesus College). He currently serves as Director of the Centre for Maritime and Business History at the University of Southern Denmark, and he is an associated researcher in Oxford’s Global History of Capitalism project.
In the Neoliberalism in the Nordics-project, he will be working on neoliberalism from a business history perspective. Together with other researchers in the group, he will be addressing questions such as: What kind of neoliberalism is it that emerges if we look at it from the perspective of business actors? How did business interest organizations and individual business actors react to neoliberalism? What narratives were crafted, and what strategies were followed?
Nevers, Jeppe & Julian Lamberty (2023). “The Voice of Business in Denmark’s Neoliberal Turn”, e-pub ahead of print in Scandinavian Journal of History (pre-print will be available at https://portal.findresearcher.sdu.dk/en/persons/JeppeNevers/publications).
Nevers, Jeppe, Kristoffer Jensen & Morten Pedersen (2023). “Engineer Capitalism in the Danish Business System”, Business History, (pre-print available at https://portal.findresearcher.sdu.dk/en/persons/JeppeNevers/publications).
Lamberty Julian & Jeppe Nevers (2022). The Entrepreneurial State in Action: The Danish Robotics Cluster and the Role of the Public Sector”, Enterprise & Society, no. 23:1, pp. 69-98, https://doi.org/10.1017/eso.2020.36 (pre-print available at https://portal.findresearcher.sdu.dk/en/persons/JeppeNevers/publications).
“The “folk’ish” Heritage in Nordic Democracy: Examples from Denmark and Norway”, Journal of Modern European History vol. 17/4 (2019), pp. 432-447, w. Jesper Lundsby Skov
”Nordic Liberalisms: Sweden and Denmark in Comparison”, in: Michael Freeden, Javier Fernández Sebastián & Jörn Leonhard (eds.): In Search of European Liberalisms: Concepts, Languages, Ideologies (New York: Berghahn Books, 2019) w. Jussi Kurunmäki
“Business and the Nordic Welfare States, 1890-1970”, in: Scandinavian Journal of History vol. 44/5 (2019), pp. 535-551, w. Thomas Paster
“Capitalism in Times of Crisis: Danish Industrialists and the State, c. 1910-1940”, in: Scandinavian Journal of History vol. 44/5 (2019), pp. 552-571.
“Narratives of Democracy: A Call for Historical Studies”, in: Journal of Modern European History vol. 17/2 (2019), pp. 123-134, w. Tim B. Müller
Democracy in Modern Europe: A Conceptual History (New York: Berghahn Books, 2018) w. Jussi Kurunmäki & Henk te Velde
“A History of Democracy beyond National Narratives”, in: Geschichte und Gesellschaft 44/3 (2018), pp. 416-429.
“Democracy and European Integration: A Transnational History of the Danish Debate”, in: Jussi Kurunmäki, Jeppe Nevers & Henk te Velde (eds.): Democracy in Modern Europe: A Conceptual History (New York: Berghahn Books, 2018)
”Liberalism and the Welfare State: The Danish Case in a European Perspective”, in: Jörn Leonhard & Anselm Doering-Manteuffel (eds.): Liberalismus im 20. Jahrhundert (Stuttgart: Steiner Verlag, 2015) w. Niklas Olsen