The Nordic World
The Nordic World Series is copublished by Aarhus University Press and the University of Wisconsin Press.
In the Nordic World series, top thinkers from universities and other established research environments in the Nordic countries — Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Iceland — explore the region’s history, culture, and values. Each title focuses on one of the fundamental features of these societies, collectively forming an insight into the structure of the Nordic world.
Social Trust in the Nordic World by Gert Tinggaard Svendsen & Christian Bjørnskov
Energy in the Nordic World by Mogens Rüdiger & Anna Åberg
Conflict Resolution in the Nordic World by Peter Munk Christiansen
Democratization in the Nordic World by David Delfs Erbo Andersen
Folklore in the Nordic World by Thomas A. DuBois
Anti-Corruption in the Nordic World by Mette Frisk Jensen
Pensions in the Nordic World by Jørgen Goul Andersen
Peoplehood in the Nordic World
What do we mean when we say "the people"? In a Nordic context, the word "people" was historically associated not with members of a sovereign nation bu…100,00 kr.
Urban Planning in the Nordic World
Urban planning was a keystone in the materialization of the Nordic welfare states. The post-war urban landscape was characterized by division of funct…100,00 kr.
Children’s Literature in the Nordic World
Nordic children’s books and media have changed greatly over the past 250 years. Form and content, materiality, concepts of childhood, and media techno…100,00 kr.
Equality in the Nordic World
By most measures, the Nordic countries regularly rank among the best in terms of equality and business friendliness. Political scientist Carsten Jense…100,00 kr.
Economic Performance in the Nordic World
The Nordic model rests on two pillars: the social safety net and the provision of services like education, childcare, and healthcare for all. It can a…100,00 kr.
Happiness in the Nordic World
Many experts attribute the Nordic region’s high levels of happiness to factors such as greater relative national wealth, wellfunctioning institutions,…100,00 kr.