Granted open access support 2023

In 2023, the ReNEW steering group has approved the payment of following open access support:

Søren Christensen (PhD Fellow, Copenhagen Business School) for the book "Associative perspectives on Governance: Getting to 'Norden'" (eds by Anker Brink-Lund, Haldor Byrkjeflot and Søren Christensen), to be published in Nordic Studies in a Global Context (Routledge) in 2023/2024.

Niels Fuglsang (Copenhagen Business School) for the article “The ‘strange non-death’ of economic models: how modelling contributed to neoliberal resilience in Denmark”, New Political Economy, 2023.

Eirinn Larsen (Professor, University of Oslo) for the book titled "Suffrage, Capital and Welfare in Historical Perspective: Conditional Citizenship" to be published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2024.

Ulrike Spring (Professor, University of Oslo) for the special issue "Collecting the North", to be published in Nordic Museology in 2024.

Stefanie Steinbeck (PhD Fellow, Copenhagen Business School) for the article "Exploring affective atmospheres in young children's museum experiences: An ethnographic study of the Workers Museum in Copenhagen," to be published in a special issue on Emotions and Leisure: New Insights and Understandings, Leisure Studies.