Sweden

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Publications and supporting documents


Foundation-specific

Einarsson, S. (2013) “Inledning” i Stiftelser, Bjelkberg, B., & P. Gärdin, Stockholm: PWC.

Einarsson, S (2009) “Sweden: exploratory overview of research foundations” in Understanding European Research Foundations findings from the FOREMAP project. Brussels: European Foundation Centre

Einarsson, S (2009) “Stiftelseväsendets betydelse i det svenska samhället” in Söderberg, I. Kultur och samhällsnytta, Stockholm: Sparbanksakademin

Wijkström, F. (2001) Om svenska stiftelser. In Westlund, H. Social ekonomi i Sverige, Stockholm: Fritzes.

Wijkström, F. (2007) Sweden. In Anheier, H. & Daly, S. The politics of foundations. A comparative analysis. London: Routledge.

Wijkström, F. & Einarsson, S. (2004) Foundations in Sweden. Their Scope, Roles and Visions, Stockholm: EFI

 

Other

Einarsson, S. (2012) Ideology Being Governed : Strategy Formation in Civil Society Stockholm: Stockholm School of Economics.

Einarsson, S. (2011) “The Revitalization of a Popular Movement. Case Study Research from Sweden” Voluntas 22(4), 658-681.

Einarsson, S. (2011) “Culture transformed from organizational goal to organizational tool – longitudinal case study of a civil society organization” in Nordic Civil Society at a Cross-Roads. in Transforming the Popular Movement Tradition, Wijkström, F. & Zimmer, A., Nomos

Einarsson, S. (2010). “How does discourse and governance interact within a popular movement? Case study research from Sweden” in A Panacea for all Seasons? Civil Society and Governance in Europe. M. Freise, M. Pyykkönen and E. Vaidelyte, Nomos.

 

Other (FW)

Wijkström, F. and Reuter, M. (2015) ”Two Sides of the Governance Coin: the Missing Civil Society Link” in Civil Society, the Third Sector ans Social Enterprise. Governance and Democracy, Eynaud, Laville, and Young (eds.) Routledge, New York.

Reuter, M. and Wijkström, F. (2014) ”Who Calls the Shots? The Real Normative Power of Civil Society” In Modernizing Democracy? Associations and Associating in the 21st Century. M. Freise and Hallmann, T. (eds.) Springer, New York.

Reuter, M., Wijkström, F., and Kristensson-Uggla (eds) (2013) Trust and Organizations. Confidence Across Borders. Palgrave Macmillan, New York.

Reuter, M., Wijkström, F. and von Essen, J. (2012) “Policy Tools or Mirrors of Politics: Government-Voluntary Sector Compacts in international Perspectives” in Nonprofit Policy Forum.

Steen-Johnsen, K, Eynaud, P and Wijkström F. (2011) ”On Civil Society Governance: An Emergent Research Field”, Voluntas, Vol 22:4, pp. 555-565.

Wijkström, F., (2011) “Charity Speak and Business Talk” The On-going (Re)hybridization of Civil Society” in Wijkström and Zimmer (eds) Nordic Civil Society at a Cross-Roads, Nomos, Baden-Baden.

Wijkström, F., (2004) “Changing Focus or Changing Role? The Swedish Nonprofit Sector in the New Millennium” in Strategy Mix for Nonprofit Organisations. Vehicles for Social and Labour Market Integration, Zimmer & Stecker (eds) Kluwer Academic/ Plenum Publishers, New York.

Wijkström, F., (2000) ”Changing focus or changing role? The Swedish nonprofit sector in the 1990s” in German Policy Studies – Politik­feldanalyse Vol. 1:2, pp. 161-188.

Lyons, M, Clary, G., and Wijkström, F., (1998) ”Comparative studies of volunteering: What is being studied?” in Voluntary Action, Vol. 1, No. 1, p. 45-54.

Wijkström, F., (1997) ”The Swedish nonprofit sector in international comparison” in Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, Vol. 68, No. 4.

Lundström, T. and Wijkström, F., (1997) The nonprofit sector in Sweden Manchester University Press, Manchester (UK).

Stryjan, Y. and Wijkström, F., (1996) ”Cooperatives and Nonprofit Organizations in Swedish Social Welfare” in Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, Vol. 67, No. 1, pp. 5-27.