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Meritförteckning Mikael Sandberg (CV)

  • CURRICULUM VITÆ
    Mikael Sandberg
    Professor of Political Science
    Halmstad University
    School of Health and Society Studies
    Box 823, SE30118 Halmstad, Sweden
    Email: mikael.sandberg@hh.se
    Homepage: www.hh.se/staff_en/misa
    Cell: +46-704 936 619


 




PERSONAL

Born on May 8, 1956. Married to Jaana Sandberg. Three children born 1989 and 1992 (twins).
Languages: Swedish (native), English, Russian, to some extent German, and Italian. In addition, some reading knowledge in Polish, Czech, and other Slavic languages, French and Spanish, apart from general proficiency in Nordic languages like Norwegian and Danish.


CURRENT POSITION

Professor of Political Science (tenured full professor since March 2011), Halmstad University, Sweden


PREVIOUS POSITIONS AND RESEARCH

Guest researcher Theoretical Population Ecology and Evolution Group (PEG), Fall 2011, Lund University, Sweden.

Guest researcher January-December 2011 at the Centre for the study of cultural evolution (CEK), University of Stockholm, Sweden.

Guest researcher at AHRC Centre for the Evolution of Cultural Diversity, University College London, three weeks from October till November, 2010.

Research Development and Coordination, Management of Eco Innovation (MEI), Center for Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Learning research, CIEL, Halmstad University, 2009-

Senior Lecturer, Political Science, (Universitetslektor, statsvetenskap), Halmstad University 2001-2003 (temporary), 2003-2011 (tenured)

Part-time Associate Professor (Docent) at the Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) ht 2007-vt 2009

Researcher (on attitudes of the Swedish youth toward democracy and technology), in collaboration with Uppsala and Lund universities, Sweden, October 2006-December 2007

Researcher at SISTER (Swedish Institute for Studies in Education and Research), (on the productivity of Swedish universities), November 2005February 2006

Researcher at SISTER (Swedish Institute for Studies in Education and Research), (on KK foundation research grants), December 2003March 2004

Guest Professor in Political Science (”HumanIT”), (on IT evolution among Swedish public and private organizations), University of Karlstad, July December 2002

Researcher in the project ”Gränslös demokrati” (on ‘Institutionalizing Democracy. A Comparative Study of City Regions in Poland and Ukraine’, 1998-2002), Södertörns högskola, Sweden

Karl W. Deutsch Guest Professor, research on ‘Post-Communist National Systems of Innovation’, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB), Germany, 1997

Research Fellow (on „East European Innovation Systems and Poland’s Assimilation of Environmental Aid’) The United Nations University, Institute for New Technologies (UNU/INTECH), Maastricht, The Netherlands, 1995-96.

Head of Research (on ‘Trajectories of Environmentally Sound Technologies in The Baltic Sea Region: Innovation Systems in Transition and Institutional 'Green Learning’, Department of Peace and Development Research (Padrigu), University of Göteborg, Sweden

Head of research project ‘Institutional Change and Organizational Learning of Information Technologies’ (FRN, 1997-1999), Institutionen för freds- och utvecklingsforskning (Padrigu), Göteborgs universitet

Head of research project (1990-91) and research assistant to Prof. Dr. Walter Goldberg (1988-90); on ”Technology Transfer and Baltic Sea Region Environmental Protection”, Department of Political Science at the University of Göteborg.

Head of the Project ”Socio-Economic Conditions for Passenger Car Assembly in the Vyborg-St. Petersburg Area”; Volvo Cars Intercontinental AB, Göteborg, Sweden; 1994.

Head of Project ‘Technology Transfer and Estonian Environmental Protection in Agriculture’; Stockholm Environment Institute; 1992-93

Market analyst and sales representative Eastern Europe, Jotun Sverige AB, Göteborg, Sweden; 1994-95

Consultant: ”Environmental aid and evaluation methodology”; Stockholm Environment Institute; 1994

Coordinator, Center for Studies of Russia and Eastern Europe, University of Göteborg; 1990-94.

Consultant: ”Swedish technology transfer to the Soviet Union”; Research Institute of the Swedish Defence (FOA), 1987

Assistant to dep. Prof. Sören Holmberg; Department of Political Science at the University of Göteborg; 1982-83.

Second secretary of Embassy, dep. translator, Royal Swedish Embassy, Moscow, AprilJune, 1979.


EDUCATION

Course for Ph.D. student advisors, Halmstad University, Sweden, 2005

Pedagogy for university teachers, Halmstad University, Sweden, 2005

Systems Thinking and Modeling, IT University, University of Göteborg, Sweden, 2003

The ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, second session, July 19-August 13, 1999

Ph.D. degree, Political Science; University of Göteborg, Department of Political Science, Sweden, 1990

Visiting Ph.D. student, Soviet Studies; Columbia University of the City of New York, The Averell Harriman Institute of Advanced Studies of the Soviet Union, USA; 1984--1985.

Diploma in International Politics; The Johns Hopkins University Bologna Center; Bologna, Italy, 1983--1984.

Filosofie kandidat (Bachelor) degree, University of Göteborg, Sweden, 1980; (Russian, Economic History, and Political Science)

East European Studies and Russian; University of Uppsala, Sweden, Department of East European Studies, 1976-79
Diploma, incl. Russian; Swedish Military School for Interpreters, Uppsala, Sweden,; 1976-77.


RESEARCH GRANTS AND AWARDS

Crafoord’s foundation research grant, Halmstad University, Sweden, 2012
Guest researcher grant, University College London, AHRC Centre for the Evolution of Cultural Diversity, October-November, 2010.
SKB research grant (with head of project Prof. Thorleif Pettersson of the World Values Surveys), University of Uppsala, Sweden, 2006-2007
Sabbatical award, Halmstad University, Sweden, 2006
Guest Professorship, ‘Human Values in Information Technology’, Karlstad University, Sweden, 2002
Docent ("Associate Professor"), University of Göteborg, Sweden, 1999
Lars Erik Lundberg's Foundation, Sweden, 1997-1999
Swedish Council for Research Coordination (FRN), Sweden, 1992, 1996, 1997
Karl W. Deutsch Guest Professorship, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB), Germany, 1997
European Commission, Human Capital and Mobility Fellowship, Maastricht, The Netherlands, 1995
Tercentenary Foundation, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, 1995
Foundation Futura, Sweden, 1990-92
Adlerbert Research Foundation, Sweden, 1980, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986 and 1991
Swedish Board of Environmental Protection, Sweden, 1988-91
Tore Browald's Foundation, Sweden, 1988.
The Royal Academy of Engineering Sciences Sweden, 1988.
Prince Bertil Foundation, Sweden, 1987.
The Royal Society of Arts and Sciences in Göteborg, Sweden, 1986, 1995
Nordic Cooperation Committee for International Politics, Sweden, 1986.
Dr. Marcus Wallenberg Foundation Sweden, in 1985.
Swedish Fulbright Commission Sweden, 1984.
Swedish Institute Sweden, 1984
Paul and Marie Berghaus' foundation, Sweden, 1978, 1982, 1984
The Royal Swedish Academy of Science (B. Ohlin and Söderström Foundations), Sweden, 1983, 1984 and 1985.
The Swedish National Committee for Cultural Cooperation in Europe, Sweden, 1983.


REVIEWER

Book proposal, Routledge Publishers, 1999.
Project Grant Proposal to National Science Council, Norway, 2006
Article proposal to European Journal of Innovation Management 2011
Article proposal to PS: Political Science & Politics 2012
Article proposal to Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 2012
Book chapter proposal, UNESCO/EOLSS, 2012


DISSERTATION OPPONENTSHIP

Opponent on Johan Lembke’s Ph.D. dissertation in political science, Defining the New Economy in Europe, University of Stockholm, May 31, 2002


ADMINISTRATIVE AND OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Coordinator for the ARC13 (Assessment of Research and Coproduction 2013), editor of the evaluation package, Center for Social Analysis CESAM, Halmstad University, 2013

Political Science representative and coordinator for the program and course development work, Halmstad University, 2012-13

Political Science Representative, Division Management Committee, Halmstad University, fall 2010-fall 2011

Head of Research Coordination, Political Science, Centre for Political Communication and Media (CPKM), Halmstad University, 2009-2011

Research seminar coordinator, Political Science, Halmstad University, 2003-2011

Head, Center for studies of organizational and institutional dynamics (CoiDyn), Halmstad University, Sweden, 2004-06

Coordinator, Post-graduate course ‘Dynamic Social Science and Computer Simulation of Communication and Change’, 5 p., Halmstad University, Sweden, 2004-2005

Coordinator, Master thesis seminars, Halmstad University, Sweden, 2002-2006, 2012-13

Coordinator/Head; Center for Studies of Russia and Eastern Europe, University of Göteborg; 1990-94. Coordination of research and consultancy projects, interdisciplinary activities, like seminars, courses, information services. (The centre is now merged with CERGU, Center for European research at Göteborg University.)

Head of consultancy project ”Socio-Economic Conditions for Passenger Car Assembly in the Vyborg-St. Petersburg Area”; Volvo Cars Intercontinental AB, Göteborg, Sweden; 1994.

Head of Project ‘Technology Transfer and Estonian Environmental Protection in Agriculture’; Stockholm Environment Institute; 1992-93.


SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Books
Social Capital and Democratisation. Roots of Trust in Post-Communist Poland and Ukraine, with Martin Åberg, Ashgate 2003, 332+xvi pp (http://books.google.se/books?id=uy1nPLTUhscC&printsec=frontcover&hl=sv#v=onepage&q&f=false )

Green Post-Communism? Environmental aid, Polish Innovation and evolutionary political-economics, Routledge 1999, 221+xiv pp (http://books.google.se/books?id=Oe-FAgAAQBAJ&pg=PA46&lpg=PA46&dq=green+post+communism&source=bl&ots=4d8KSu87Ik&sig=8KDI2ygSSXSFcro0AMSC14Di9pw&hl=sv&sa=X&ei=sXQBU6W4OsrhywOOjoAQ&ved=0CFwQ6AEwBQ#v=onepage&q=green%20post%20communism&f=false )

Baltic Sea Region Environmental Protection. ‘Eastern’ Perspectives and International Cooperation. (Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell, 1992), ed.: M. Sandberg, 172+xix pp

Learning from Capitalists: A Study of Soviet Assimilation of Western Technology, Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell 1989, (Ph.D. dissertation), 264+xi pp

Peer-reviewed articles
Jansson, F., Lindenfors, P, Sandberg M. (2013). Democratic revolutions as institutional innovation diffusion: Rapid adoption and survival of democracy. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Volume 80, Issue 8, October 2013, Pages 1546–1556 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2013.02.002)

Sandberg M and Lundberg, P (2012). Political Institutions and their Historical Dynamics, PLoS 7(10): e45838. (http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0045838 )

Sandberg M, Lindenfors P, Jansson F (2011). The Cultural Evolution of Democracy: Saltational Changes in A Political Regime Landscape. PLoS ONE, 6 (11), s. e28270 - . (http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0028270 )

Sandberg M (2011). Soft Power, World System Dynamics, and Democratization: A Bass Model of Democracy Diffusion 1800-2000. JASSS: Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 14 (1), s. 4. (http://jasss.soc.surrey.ac.uk/14/1/4.html)

Sandberg M (2007). The evolution of IT innovations in Swedish organizations: a Darwinian critique of 'Lamarckian' institutional economics. Journal of evolutionary economics, 17 (1), s. 1 - 23. (http://www.springerlink.com/content/f167130443387072/)

Sandberg M (2004). Hur växer demokratin fram? Dynamisk (evolutionär) komparation och några metodtest på europeiska regimdata (How does democracy evolve? A dynamic (evolutionary) comparison and some methodological tests on European data). Statsvetenskaplig Tidskrift (Journal of
the Swedish Political Science Association), 106 (4), s. 265 - 303. (http://www.statsvetenskapligtidskrift.se/section.asp?id=580)

Sandberg M (2001) "IT-spridningen i svenska organisationer ur institutionellt-evolutionärt perspektiv: resultat från en web-survey 1999" (IT diffusion in Swedish organizations from an institutional-evolutionary perspective), Ekonomiska Samfundets Tidskrift, no. 1, 2001 (http://www.ekonomiskasamfundet.fi/est/files/est_101.pdf)

Sandberg M (2000). Politiska och ekonomiska "uttrycksarters" uppkomst genom institutionell selektion: Några steg mot en evolutionär politisk ekonomi. (The Origin of political and economic ”species” of expression by means of institutional selection: some steps toward an evolutionary political economy), Statsvetenskaplig Tidskrift (Journal of the Swedish Political Science Association), 103 (2), s. 115 - 148. (http://www.statsvetenskapligtidskrift.se/section.asp?id=550)

Chapters in books
Sandberg, M (2011) ”The Greening of the Swedish Innovation System: Data and Dynamic Models”, Research on Technology, Innovation and Marketing Management 2009-2011: Introducing the Research Area of Innovation Science, (2011) Högskolan i Halmstad, Halmstad. s. 5 - 19.
(http://beta.diva-portal.org/smash/get/diva2:452307/FULLTEXT01.pdf)

Sandberg M (2007) ”I vänstervågens svall: livscykler, generationer och attityder till kärnkraft och demokrati sedan 1970-talet”, en presentation av projektet Mot aktivism eller ointresse? Svenska ungdomars syn på demokrati och teknologi i ett internationellt och longitudinellt perspektiv (The Leftist Wave: Life Cycles, Generations, and Attitudes toward Nuclear Power and Democracy since the 1970s, A Presentation of the Project Toward Activism or Indifference? Swedish Youth Perspectives on Democracy and Technology in an International and Longitudinal Perspective), SKB:s årsbok 2007
(http://beta.diva-portal.org/smash/get/diva2:239352/FULLTEXT01.pdf )

Sandberg M (2005) ”Samverkan högskola-näringsliv - ny start för regionerna?” (Cooperation between universities and businesses), i I den absoluta frontlinjen. En bok om forskningsstiftelserna, konkurrenskraften och politikens möjligheter, red. Sverker Sörlin, Bokförlaget Nya Doxa (2005)

Sandberg M (2004). ”Hybridvetenskap och innovation: Något för statsvetenskapen?” (Hybrid Science and Innovation: Something for Political Science?) Tvärvetenskap: Fält, perspektiv eller metod. Studentlitteratur, Lund. S. 59 - 84.

Sandberg M (2003) ”Den synliga handen – Introduktion till systemdynamisk datorsimulering av myndighetspåverkan på innovationssystem” (The Visible Hand—Introduction to systems dynamics simulation of influence of government on innovation systems), Simulering av innovationssystem. Slutrapport från projektet Innovationssystemet ”Trådlös kommunikationsteknik i Sydvästsverige”, red. Sven Åke Hörte, Högskolan i Halmstad, 2003

Sandberg M (2000) ’Environmental aid to Poland and win-win strategies’, chapter in Jan Hedgaard and Bjarne Lindström (eds.) The NEBI YEARBOOK 2000. North European and Baltic Sea Integration, ss. 145-163.

Sandberg M (1994) ‘Toward an Estonian Policy on Technology Transfer and Environmental Protection in Agriculture’, in OECD Documents, CCET, ‘Agriculture and the Environment in the Transition to a Market Economy, Paris: OECD, 1994, pp 265-273.

Sandberg, M and Walter Goldberg (1992) ‘Environmental Considerations in Investment Decision Processes in Countries Bordering the Baltic Sea’, in Baltic Sea Region Environmental Protection. ‘Eastern’ Perspectives and International Cooperation. (Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell, 1992), ed.: M. Sandberg, 1992, pp. vii-xix

Sandberg, M (1992) ‘Environmental protection through transfers of technology’ in Baltic Sea Region Environmental Protection. ‘Eastern’ Perspectives and International Cooperation. (Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell, 1992), ed.: M. Sandberg, 1992, pp. 133-151

Articles, Reports, Misc.
Sandberg, Mikael (2014) “Statsvetenskapens politisering av valforskningen” (The Politicization of Political Science and Election Research), Axess n. 2 (February). (http://www.axess.se/magasin/default.aspx?article=2055#.U2YzxVeRITI )
[On our research:] (2013) “Democracy can be reached quickly”: Riksdag och Departement, 2013-05-19, 1051: 14

Sandberg, Mikael (2013) ”Demokratin i Sverige bättre än någonsin” (The democracy in Sweden is better than ever), Dagens Nyheter.
(http://www.dn.se/debatt/demokratin-i-sverige-battre-an-nagonsin/)

Sandberg, Mikael (2013), primary author and editor of “Centre for Social Analysis. Assessment of Research and Coproduction ARC13 Evaluation Package”, Halmstad: Halmstad University
[On our research] (2012) “Demokrati på bare 2,5 år”, Weekendavisen, 2012-03-23

Sandberg, Mikael (2012) “Satsa på elitforskare i stället för på Rothsteins påläggskalvar : Mikael Sandberg om forskningspolitik”, Stockholm: Newsmill.
(http://hh.diva-portal.org/smash/get/diva2:658567/FULLTEXT01.pdf )

Sandberg, M (2012). ”Östs demokratiseringsproblem ur globalt historiskt perspektiv” (East’s democratization problems from a global, historical perspective), Stockholm: Världen Österut (http://www.sallskapet.org/ostblog/?p=243 )

Lindenfors P, Sandberg M & Jansson F (2012) ”Demokratins evolution” (The Evolution of Democracy). Gadeamus 1: 14-15 (http://www.old.gaudeamus.se/artiklar/essa/demokratins-evolution/ ).

Lindenfors, Patrik, Lind, Johan, Jansson, Fredrik, Envall, Ida, Sandberg, Mikael, Enquist, Magnus (2010). UNJUSTIFIED ASSUMPTIONS OF INHERITANCE., Nature 467, 801 - 804 (7317) , Published online: 2010-10-14; | doi:10.1038/nature09461, (http://www.nature.com/nature/report/index.html?comment=16554&doi=10.1038/nature09461)

Sandberg M (2008) ”Hur skapas demokratier? Förklaring av demokratispridning genom systemdynamisk simulering” (How are democracies created? Explanations of democracy diffusion by means of systems dynamics simulation techniques), Tvärsnitt, nr. 4, pp. 36-39 (http://beta.diva-portal.org/smash/get/diva2:158626/FULLTEXT01.pdf )

Sandberg M (2008) ”Ungdomars syn på kärnkraft och demokrati sedan 1980-talet: ’attitydepidemier’, stigberoenden och teknisk-politisk kulturrevolution” (Young Swedes’ View on Nuclear Power and Democracy since the 1980s: attitudinal ‘epidemics’, path dependencies and technical-political evolution of culture), en rapport till SKB 2008, pp. 59
(http://hh.diva-portal.org/smash/get/diva2:239351/FULLTEXT01.pdf )

Sandberg M (1996) ‘EST (Environmentally Sound Technologies) from the West - Asymmetry, Regimes and Polish Policy Implementation’, Discussion Paper # 9604, The United Nations University, Institute for New Technologies, Maastricht, The Netherlands, 1996, 20 pp.
(http://collection.unu-mc.org/eserv/UNU:2638/INTECHdp9604.pdf )

Sandberg M (1996) ‘Environmentally Sound Technology: Is Poland Overcoming Soviet-Type Learning Barriers?’, Discussion Paper # 9603, The United Nations University, Institute for New Technologies, Maastricht, The Netherlands, 1996, 17 pp.
(http://www.intech.unu.edu/publications/discussion-papers/9603.pdf )


CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Sandberg M, Florén H, Halila F, Hörte S-Å, Järpe E (2011). Evolution of Green Innovation in Sweden: Models, Management, Policies. Evolution of Green Innovation in Sweden: Models, Management, Policies. 2nd International Conference on Sustainability Transitions, June 13-15, Lund, Lund University, Sweden

Sandberg M (2010). The Greening of the Swedish Innovation System: A paper presented at the 13th Conference of The International Joseph A. Schumpeter Society: Innovation, Organisation, Sustainability and Crises, Aalborg University, Denmark, 21-24 June 2010.

Sandberg, M (2010) ”The Rise and Fall of Democracy as a Metapopulation Process” (Per Lundberg & Mikael Sandberg), AHRC CECD 2010 Conference on 'Cultural Evolution in Spatially Structured Populations' (13th-15th September 2010), University College London

Sandberg M (2010) ”Broken Windows Theory Revisited: Waves of Vandalism in Gothenburg 2003-2009”, AHRC CECD 2010 Conference on 'Cultural Evolution in Spatially Structured Populations' (13th-15th September 2010), University College London

Sandberg M (2007) “Methodological Challenges: Assessing e-Democracy Activities”, ESF-LiU Conference Electronic Democracy: Achievements and Challenges, Vadstena Klosterhotell, Vadstena, Sweden, 21-25 November 2007

Sandberg M (2007) ”I vänstervågens svall: livscykler, generationer och attityder till kärnkraft och demokrati sedan 1970-talet”, en presentation av projektet Mot aktivism eller ointresse? Svenska ungdomars syn på demokrati och teknologi i ett internationellt och longitudinellt perspektiv, perspektiv (The Leftist Wave: Life Cycles, Generations, and Attitudes toward Nuclear Power and Democracy since the 1970s, A Presentation of the Project Toward Activism or Indifference? Swedish Youth Perspectives on Democracy and Technology in an International and Longitudinal Perspective), SKB seminarium på Skepparholmen, 15-16 november 2007

Sandberg M (2006) ‘Soft power’, system dynamics and global democratization: A Bass model of democracy diffusion 1800-2000, a paper presented at the International Political Science Association Congress (IPSA) in Fukuoka, Japan, in July 2006
Sandberg M ( 2005) “A systems dynamics analysis of global democracy diffusion 1800-2000”, presented at the Annual meeting of the Swedish Political Science Association, Lund University, Sweden, 3-5 Oktober 2005

Sandberg M ( 2003) “Social and Political Capital under post-Communism: The Cases of L'viv and Ukraine”, with Martin Åberg, a paper presented at the conference Culture, Security and Political Development in the Borderlands of Europe: The Case of Ukraine and Belarus, Centre for European Studies, Lund University, Sweden, May 23-24 2003

Sandberg M (2002) How does democracy evolve? Diffusion of Democracy, Post-Communist Constitutions and Dynamic Comparison. A paper presented at the XIII Nordic Political Science Conference in Aalborg, Aalborg University, Denmark, August 15-17, 2002

Sandberg M (2001) “Democratic Institutions, Social and Political Capital: ‘A Clash of Civilizations?’ (a research project outline), with Martin Åberg, paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Swedish Political Science Association, Göteborg University, Sweden, October 7-9, 2001

Sandberg M (2001) Democratic Institutions: Evolution, Diffusion, Trust, draft of chapter in Social Capital and Democratisation. Roots of Trust in Post-Communist Poland and Ukraine, with Martin Åberg, presented
on the political science conference Comparative European Politics, in Umeå, Sweden, April 1-3, 2001

Sandberg M (2000) "Contestation, Parties, Beliefs: L'viv and Wroclaw Compared", A paper presented at the VI ICCEES (International Council for Central and East European Studies) World Congress, Tampere 2000

Sandberg M (2000) "Social capital and democratization", a paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Swedish Political Science Association, Örebro University, Sweden, 2000

Sandberg M (2000) "The Origin of Democratic Practices by Means of Post-Communist Regimes? Local Evolution of Democracy in Poland and the Ukraine" A paper presented to the workshop on ‘Competing Conceptions of Democracy in the Practice of Politics’, ECPR Joint Sessions, Copenhagen, April 14-19 2000.

Sandberg M (1999) '"Lamarckian" vs. "Darwinian" Evolution of IT in Swedish Public and Private Organisations: some preliminary results from a web questionnaire survey', A paper presented at the European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy (EAEPE) conference in Prague, November 4-7, 1999

Sandberg M (1999) ”Om uttrycksarternas uppkomst och idéernas evolution. En skiss till post-kommunistiskt manifest och traktat om en evolutionär politisk ekonomi.” Ett papper i anti-Jantelagsanda presenterat vid Filosofidagarna i Göteborg, Göteborg University, 11-13/6 1999

Sandberg M (1999) Green Post-Communism? Environmental aid, Polish Innovation and evolutionary political-economics, a book presentation at the Göteborg University Science Festival, May 4, 1999
Sandberg M (1998) Institutional Change and Organisational Learning of Information Technologies: Four Evolutionary Questions ‘Why?’, A paper prepared for the European Association for Evolutionary Political Economics Conference in Lisbon, 5-8 November 1998

Sandberg M (1998) ”The Evolution of Democratic Institutions: Theory and Method of Empirical Study”, a Paper presented at the Workshop on Institutionalizing Democracy, Södertörn University, Stockholm, 14-16 November 1998
Sandberg M (1996) ‘National Systems of Innovation’: Karl W. Deutsch and Political Science Approaches to Nation-Level Learning (The Case of Post-Soviet Type Systems)’, Colloqium at Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung, March 11, 1996

Sandberg M (1996) ‘Green Post-Communism? East European Innovation Systems and Poland’s Assimilation of Environmental Aid’, Final Report to the EC Human Capital and Mobility Research Fellowship Programme, The United Nations University, Institute for New Technologies, Maastricht, The Netherlands, 1996, 189 pp.

Sandberg M (1993) ‘Appropriate Technology Transfer’; The School of Economics and Commercial Law, University of Göteborg, 70th anniversary Conference; November 1993

Sandberg M (1993) ‘Estonian Agriculture, Environmental Protection and Technology Transfer’, the Conference in Vilnius on Agriculture and the Environment in the Transition to a Market Economy, organized by OECD and CCET; Sept 14-17, 1993

Sandberg M (1993) ‘The Problems of Managing and Coordinating Environmental Aid to Eastern Europe’ at the First Nordic Conference on Transboundary Environmental Risk Management; The Swedish Institute of International Affairs; September 13, 1993

Sandberg M (1993) Organizer of and contributor to the workshop at the SEI Tallinn Office on ‘Technology Transfer and Estonian Environmental Protection in Agriculture’, Stockholm Environment Institute Tallinn Office (SEI-Tallinn), May 27 1993

Sandberg (1986) ‘Soviet Assimilation of Swedish Technology’ to the Fourth Workshop on Capitalist and Socialist Organizations; The European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management and the Institute of World Economics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest; June 1986;

Sandberg M (1986) ‘OECD-Soviet plant transfers’ to the Annual Meeting of The Swedish Political Science Association; October 1986.


PH. D. ADVISOR EXPERIENCE

Advisor to Inga Aflaki, Department of Political Science Department, Jönköping International Business School, Sweden, 2007-. Dissertation title: From the Soviet to the European Union. A Policy Study of the Organisation of SME assistance in Lithuania. Date of dissertation defence: December 9, 2009.

Second advisor to Per Högselius, Department of innovation studies, Lunds tekniska högskola (LTH), Sweden. Dissertation: The Dynamics of Innovation in Eastern Europe: The Making of the Telecommunications System of Innovation in Estonia and its Integration with Sweden and Finland, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar (2005), 350 pp. Date of dissertation defense May 13, 2005.


TEACHING

All teaching amounts at least 4,000 hours by end of 2013 (if no specification, only participation as lecturer in the course listed):

Halmstad University, Sweden, 2002-
Ph.D. courses:
“Quantitative Methods”, Innovation Science, Center for Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Learning research (CIEL), Halmstad University, Oct-Dec 2013 (course responsibility and teaching)
”Schumpeter, National Innovation Systems, and Innovation Science”, Innovation Science, Center for Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Learning research (CIEL), Halmstad University, Lecture on 23 Jan., 2013 (one planned for 2014 too)
“Dynamic social science and computer simulation of communication and change”, 2005 (course responsibility and teaching)

(Two-year) Master level:
“Diffusion and Adoption of Innovations”, 7.5 credits – 2009-2010 (One of two course responsible)
“Communication and societal change” (interdisciplinary Master level course, 7.5 credits, coordinator), 2003

Political science D-level (4th semester, one-year master level):
“Approaches in Political Science” 2002, 2006, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 (course responsible, coordination and teaching),
“International Political communication” 2002, 2013, 2014 (course responsible, coordination and teaching)
“Thesis” 2002-2004, 2006, 2008, 2010-2014 (course responsible. coordination and teaching)

Political science C-level (3rd semester, bachelor degree level):
“Current political issues”, 2005-2008
“Studying Politics Scientifically”, 2005-2011 (course responsible, coordination and teaching),
“Current Problems in Politics”, 2006-2009 (course responsible, coordination and teaching),
“Thesis” 2005-2006, 2007-2010 (course responsible, coordination and teaching), 2014 (advisor to thesis students)
“Political Culture”, 2003-2011 (coordination and teaching),
“Citizens, Mass media and Public Deliberation”, 2009-2012 (course responsible, coordination and teaching)

Political science B level (2nd semester):
“Theory and methods in Political Science” 2003-2005, (course responsible, coordination and teaching)
“Introduction to Methods 2010 (course responsible, coordination and teaching)
“Comparative Political Analysis”, 2008-2010 (course responsible, coordination and teaching), 2011-2013
“Thesis” (advisor) 2003-2008, 2010-13
Summer course “Democratization”, 2003
“Political Culture” 2002-2010 (coordination and teaching)
“Propaganda and Persuasion” 2006-2008, 2012, 2013 (coordination and teaching), and
“International and transnational political communication”, 2002-2004 (coordination and teaching).

Political Science A level (1st semester):
“Globalization and democracy” 2004, 2005 (course responsible, coordination and teaching),
“Statistics” 2004,
“Politics and Public Administration” 2004,
“Classics of social science”, 2003
“Social Science Methods” 2005, 2009-2010, 2012

International Relations (2nd semester)
“Theory and method”, 2009-2010, 2013
“Approaches to international security”, 2004
“Conflicts in international relations”, 2004-2005

Informatics, C level (3rd semester):
“Statistical methods”, 2005.

Mass Communication Sciences:
Strategic Communication: Organization and Environment, 7.5 hp, 2012-13

Jönköping International Business School, 2007-2009:
Third and fourth semester (bachelor degree and one-year master) levels:
“Political Science Methodology” (fall and spring, course responsible, coordination and teaching)

Various disciplines, levels and institutions:
Graduate level:
Institutional Theory, course for international graduate students, Baltic and East European Graduate School, Södertörn University College, spring 2002
Master level course: ”Evolutionary Social Science”, lecture held in the international master course ”simulation of complex systems” at the Complex Adaptive Systems, Chalmers Technical University, fall 2001, coordinator Kristian Lindgren
Evolution of Collective Action, lecture tought in The graduate course Theory of Science, Baltic and East European Graduate School, Södertörn University College, fall 2000

Undergraduate level:
Innovation and Entrepreneurship (course responsibility and teaching), Entrepreneurship Programme, 5th semester), Södertörn University College, fall 2000
Democracy, (Course responsibility and teaching), Political Science (1st semester), Södertörn University College, 2000
Evolution of Collective Action, lecture tought in the Biology course on population dynamics and gentics, 4th semester, Södertörn University College, fall 2000
Local Democratisation, lecture at the Södertörn University College Summer Course, 1999
"Demos" (Morphology of Democracy), Södertörn University College, 1998-1999
Political Power and Democracy, lectures in a course, Södertörn University College, 1999
Democratization in Eastern Europe, Södertörn University College, 1998
Institutional Change in Post-Soviet Russia, Södertörn, 1998
East European Historical Identity; Center for Studies of Russian and Eastern Europe, University of Göteborg; 1992-94
East European/Russian Environmental Problematique (Course responsibility and teaching); Center for Studies of Russian and Eastern Europe, University of Göteborg; 1992-94
Technology Transfer to Russia and Eastern Europe, (Course responsibility and teaching); Center for Studies of Russian and Eastern Europe, University of Göteborg; 1992-94
The Russian Society ("Realia", course responsibility and teaching), Department of Slavic Languages, University of Göteborg; 1990-94
Economy and Society in Russia and the Soviet Union, ("Realia", course responsibility and teaching), Department of Slavic Languages, University of Göteborg; 1990-94
Theories of International Relations and European Integration, (Course responsibility and teaching), Department of Political Science (C-level), University of Göteborg, 1980-81

 









 

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