Granted mobility funding 2022
In 2022, the ReNEW steering group has approved the payment of mobility grants to 27 researchers.

Hasan Akintug (PhD student, University of Helsinki) for a two months research stay at the Åland Islands Peace Institute in 2022.Research project: Nordic Paradiplomacy: A Historical Analysis of the External Policies of the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Åland.

Evgenii Egorov (PhD student, National Research University 'Higher School of Economics', Saint-Petersburg) for a one month research stay at the Södertörn University in 2022. Research project: The Russian empire and pan-Scandinavianism: imagination, communication, and policy (1843-1905).

Sidsel Eriksen (Associate professor, Copenhagen University) for a three week research stay at University of Helsinki in 2022. Research project: Project KOMMUNITY & The Danish Alcohol question 1800-2000.

Guðný Björk Eydal (Professor, University of Iceland) for a two week research stay at the Copenhagen Business School in October 2022. Research project: Paid Parental Leave: Equal Rights to Earn and Care.

Daniel Fittante (Postdoctoral fellow, Södertörn University) for a three month research stay at the University of Helsinki in 2022. Research project: The Dialectics of NATO Membership in Sweden and Finland.

Alan Granadino (Postdoctoral researcher, University of Tampere/UH) for a three-week research stay at the Aarhus in 2022. Research project: The Nordic Model in Southern Europe.

Norbert Götz (Professor, Södertörn University) for a two-week research stay at the Copenhagen Business School in 2022. Research project: Civil Society without Boundaries: Nordic Humanitarianism Facing the Biafra Crisis.

Michael Bennedsen Hansen (PhD fellow, Copenhagen Business School) for a two months research stay at the Liverpool John Moores University in 2022. Research project: I Was Just a Seafarer - An Oral History of Globalization and Seafarer Identity.

Heikki Hiilamo (Professor, University of Helsinki) for a two week research stay at the Copenhagen Business School in 2022. Research project: Participation income as alternative strategy to basic income.

Arno van Hootegem (PhD student, KU Leuven) for a five months research stay at the University of Oslo in 2022. Research project: Equality, equity or need? Public opinion on distributive justice in the changing welfare state.

Zhen Im (Postdoctoral researcher, Copenhagen Business School) for a four month research stay at the Boston University in 2023. Research project: The Politics of the Green Transition.

Jenni Karimäki (University researcher, University of Helsinki) for a one month research stay at the Södertörn University in 2022. Research project: Perspectives on democracy and crisis in the light of COVID-19.

Marianne Kartzow (Professor, University of Oslo) for a six months research stay at the Aarhus University in 2022. Research project: Reimagining the Nordic Bible: National Bible Translations as Cultural Heritage.

Jesper Vestermark Køber (Postdoctoral researcher, Copenhagen University) for a three-week research stay at the University of Helsinki in 2022. Research project: Nordic neoliberal democracy at the end of history.

Agnes Käll (PhD Student, Södertörn University) for a one month research stay at the Copenhagen Business School in 2023. Research project: Regulation in the eye of the storm: the anti-money laundering efforts of financial supervisory authorities during Nordic financial expansionism in the Baltics.

Jana Lainto (PhD student, University of Helsinki) for a one month research stay at the Södertörn University in 2022. Research project: Northern Horizons of Arnošt Kraus: Czech-Scandinavian cultural transfers, 1892–1939.

Yvette Lind (Assistant professor, Copenhagen Business School) for a three months research stay at the University of Cambridge in 2022. Research project: (Tax)Citizen of the World.

Åsa Lundqvist (Professor, Lund University) for a four month research stay at the Copenhagen Business School in 2022. Research project: The Privatization and Digitalization of the Swedish Employment Service.

Mads Mordhorst (Associate professor, Copenhagen Business School) for a two-week research stay at the University of Oslo in 2021. Research project: National Identities and Civil Societies.

Caroline de la Porte (Professor, Copenhagen Business School) for a three month research stay at the Lund University in 2022. Research project: Social policy in the Nordics.

Monica Quirico (Independent researcher) for a four week research stay at the Södertörn University in 2022. Research project: At the crossroads of climate, growth and geopolitics: Nordic environmental and climate movements in the global controversy over Nord Stream 2.

Herman Mark Schwartz (Professor, University of Virginia) for a three-week research stay at the Copenhagen Business School in 2022. Research project: Profits, R&D and Inequality in the Nordic “Knowledge Economies”.

Stefanie Steinbeck (PhD fellow, Copenhagen Business School) for a four month research stay at the Oslo Metropolitan University and University of Oslo in 2022. Research project: Children as museum users: Exploring young visitors embodied-affective experiences at The Danish Workers Museum.

Eirik Wig Sundvall (Senior Lecturer, University of Oslo) for a one week research stay at the University of Helsinki in 2022. Research project: Labor Entanglements across the Atlantic (LEA): US-Scandinavian Activism, Networks and Visions for Society in the Twentieth Century.

Mikkel Syberg (PhD student Copenhagen Business School) for a five months research stay at the University of Oslo in 2022. Research project: The Role of Civil Society Organizations in the Asylum System.

Olli Tiikkainen (PhD student, University of Helsinki) for a five months research stay at the Copenhagen Business School in 2022. Research project: Impact dynamics: the socio-technical framing & taming of impact in impact investing and impact bonds.

Atefeh Zadjahabgir (PhD student, University of Iceland) for a one month research stay at the University of Oslo in 2022. Research project: Immigrant Families’ Language Policies and Practices: Focus on their Perceptions of Children’s Learning in Iceland.