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Johan Nordensvärd
Johan Nordensvärd
Senior Lecturer, Management and Technology, KTH
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An analysis of China’s investment in the hydropower sector in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region
F Urban, J Nordensvärd, D Khatri, Y Wang
Environment, Development and Sustainability 15, 301-324, 2013
1272013
The stuttering energy transition in Germany: Wind energy policy and feed-in tariff lock-in
J Nordensvärd, F Urban
Energy Policy 82, 156-165, 2015
1192015
Nationalist Reframing of the F innish and S wedish Welfare States–The Nexus of Nationalism and Social Policy in Far‐right Populist Parties
J Nordensvard, M Ketola
Social Policy & Administration 49 (3), 356-375, 2015
972015
The consumer metaphor versus the citizen metaphor: different sets of roles for students
J Nordensvärd
The marketisation of higher education and the student as consumer, 171-183, 2010
892010
C hinese Overseas Hydropower Dams and Social Sustainability: The B ui D am in G hana and the K amchay D am in C ambodia
F Urban, J Nordensvard, G Siciliano, B Li
Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies 2 (3), 573-589, 2015
812015
Low carbon development: Origins, concepts and key issues
F Urban, J Nordensvärd
Low carbon development, 3-22, 2013
81*2013
China’s dam-builders: their role in transboundary river management in South-East Asia
F Urban, G Siciliano, J Nordensvard
International Journal of Water Resources Development 34 (5), 747-770, 2018
652018
Low carbon energy transitions in the Nordic countries: Evidence from the environmental Kuznets curve
F Urban, J Nordensvärd
Energies 11 (9), 2209, 2018
642018
Firm-level technology transfer and technology cooperation for wind energy between Europe, China and India: From North–South to South–North cooperation?
F Urban, Y Zhou, J Nordensvard, A Narain
Energy for Sustainable Development 28, 29-40, 2015
622015
The limits of social protection: the case of hydropower dams and indigenous peoples' land
FM Cooke, J Nordensvard, GB Saat, F Urban, G Siciliano
Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies 4 (3), 437-450, 2017
612017
Innovation core, innovation semi-periphery and technology transfer: The case of wind energy patents
J Nordensvard, Y Zhou, X Zhang
Energy Policy 120, 213-227, 2018
552018
Analysing the opportunities and challenges for mitigating the climate impact of aviation: A narrative review
YY Lai, E Christley, A Kulanovic, CC Teng, A Björklund, J Nordensvärd, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 156, 111972, 2022
532022
Social innovation and Chinese overseas hydropower dams: The nexus of national social policy and corporate social responsibility
J Nordensvard, F Urban, G Mang
Sustainable Development 23 (4), 245-256, 2015
532015
Populism as an act of storytelling: analyzing the climate change narratives of Donald Trump and Greta Thunberg as populist truth-tellers
J Nordensvard, M Ketola
Environmental Politics 31 (5), 861-882, 2022
512022
Reviewing the relationship between social policy and the contemporary populist radical right: Welfare chauvinism, welfare nation state and social citizenship
M Ketola, J Nordensvard
Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy 34 (3), 172-187, 2018
422018
Key actors and their motives for wind energy innovation in China
F Urban, J Nordensvärd, Y Zhou
Innovation and Development 2 (1), 111-130, 2012
422012
Dystopia and disutopia: Hope and hopelessness in German pupils’ future narratives
J Nordensvard
Journal of Educational Change 15, 443-465, 2014
382014
Sustainable luxury tourism, indigenous communities and governance
A Poelina, J Nordensvard
Sustainable luxury, entrepreneurship, and innovation, 147-166, 2018
292018
Innovation paths in wind power: Insights from Denmark and Germany
R Lema, J Nordensvärd, F Urban, W Lütkenhorst
German Development Institute, 2014
232014
China dams the world: the environmental and social impacts of Chinese dams
F Urban, J Nordensvard
E-International Relations 30, 2014
192014
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