This new book series aims to open up more empirical, critical and reflective perspectives on the Nordic cultures, institutions, legal frameworks and "models" in a global and comparative context and to create a bridge between humanistic Nordic studies and the comparative and IR-oriented social sciences and law programmes. It looks to encourage methodologically driven and critical reflection on the nature, construction and use of Nordic traditions, models, institutions, laws, discourses and images.
The series welcomes submissions from a broad range of disciplines across the social sciences, law and humanities. Works can be located within a single discipline but should have some relevance beyond; contributions with a policy dimension are also welcome.
If you have an idea for a new book in Nordic Studies in a Global Context, please send a written proposal to the Series Editors:
Cathie Jo Martin Professor of Political Science at Boston University [email protected]
Malcolm Langford Professor of Public Law, University of Oslo [email protected]
Haldor Byrkjeflot Professor of Sociology, University of Oslo [email protected]
For guidance on how to structure your proposal, please visit: www.routledge.com/info/authors
Edited By Haldor Byrkjeflot, Lars Mjøset, Mads Mordhorst, Klaus Petersen
October 20, 2021
This critical and empirically based volume examines the multiple existing Nordic models, providing analytically innovative attention to the multitude of circulating ideas, images and experiences referred to as "Nordic". It addresses related paradoxes as well as patterns of circulation, claims ...