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Nordic Political Science Association

Website: www.nopsa.net 

The Nordic Political Science Association (NoPSA) is the Nordic extension of the national associations of political science in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. NoPSA sets out to promote political science as a discipline and professional co-operation among political scientists in the Nordic countries. More specifically NOPSA shall:

  • take responsibility for the publication of a common journal, Scandinavian Political Studies (SPS);
  • organize Nordic conferences and workshops;
  • promote the establishment of common project groups, particularly within the field of Nordic comparative research; and
  • coordinate Nordic co-operation within the framework of international professional organizations, particularly the International Political Science Association (IPSA) and the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR).

NOPSA Board (2011-14):
Oddbjørn Knutsen (President), University of Oslo, Norway
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Anders Ravik Jupskås, University of Oslo, Norway
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Kasper Møller Hansen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
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Christilla Roederer-Rynning, University of Southern Denmark, 
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Sebastian Godenhjelm, University of Helsinki, Finland
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Peter Söderlund, Åbo Akademi University, Finland
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Ólafur Th. Hardarson, University of Iceland, Iceland
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Jonas Hinnfors, University of Gothenburg 
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Jonna Johansson, Halmstad University  
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Ludvig Beckman (SPS editor), Stockholm University
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Maritta Soininen (SPS editor), Stockholm University
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2014 Conference:

Gothenburg, Sweden, August 12-15, 2014

Journal:
Scandinavian Political Studies (SPS)
SPS, now published by Wiley Blackwell Publisher on behalf of the Nordic Political Science Association, is the only English language political science journal from Scandinavia. The journal publishes widely on policy and electoral issues affecting the Scandinavian countries, and sets those issues in European and global context.

Contact information:
Tel: +47 22854279
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