In English

Diversity and social cohesion in a growing Sweden

Innovative environmental policies in a world of global production networks and value chains.

Politics, media, social movements and lobbying

Research and development in East Asia and Europe

An efficient European Union close to citizens

Security policy to counter both new and traditional threats

 

These are some of my areas of interest. You can find links to some of my contributions on these topics in the menu above and in the list below.

You are also most welcome to visit my blog, matsengstrom.wordpress.com.

Some of my publications in English:

Sustainable consumption and production: The role of supply chains, decent work and digitalization (SEI 2022)

Put co-innovation at the heart of EU green external relations (Euractiv 2022-01-13)

Climate of cooperation: How the EU can help deliver a green grand bargain (ECFR 2021, with Alex Clark and Susi Dennison)

Time for global cooperation on industrial emissions (Euractiv April 2021)

A low-carbon and circular industry for Europe (IEEP 2021)

Green Deal diplomacy needs to be in focus in 2021 (IEEP 2021)

Green paths through a pandemic (Sieps June 2020)

Auditing is crucial for sustainable digitalisation (ECA Journal June 2020)

How a green recovery can help modernise Europe (Euractiv 2020-03-26)

Europe should lead in greening digitalisation and AI (Euractiv 24 September 2018)

Nordic numbers (Inside Story 20 September 2018)

The Swedish model is still alive (Open Democracy 10 September 2018)

Sweden after the election (Friedrich Ebert-Stiftung, September 2010)

Ashton should green EU diplomacy (EU Observer 22 December 2009)

Sweden’s changing (Open Democracy 10 December 2009)

The future of the Swedish model (New Statesman 25 June 2009)

Latvia´s crisis: the Swedish factor (Open Democracy 10 June 2009)

Europe´s green power (Open Democracy 25 March 2007)

The European Union and genetic information: time to act (Open Democracy 28 July 2003)

Rebooting Europe: Digital Deliberation and European Democracy (Foreign Policy Centre, 2002)