Mikael Sandberg (political scientist)
Mikael Sandberg, "Erik Mikael Sandberg", born
8 May 1956, is a Swedish associate professor in political scienceat University College "(Högskolan)" of Halmstadand Jönköping International Business School.
Mikael Sandberg was Guest Professor in Political Science at
Karlstad University(Sweden) in 2002, Karl DeutschGuest Professor at the Berlin Social Science Research Center"(Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung)" in 1997, and research scholar at the Institute for New Technologies, a Maastricht University- United Nations Universitypartnership (1995-96).
Sandberg has particularly focused on evolutionary
systems theory, memeticsapplied to political science, and dynamicmodels of social change, such as diffusion theoryapplied to studies of political and technological change. In recent years he has published studies of longitudinalchange in political culturein Sweden (in Swedish).
#“The Evolution of IT Innovations in Swedish Organizations: A Darwinian Critique of ‘Lamarckian’ Institutional Economics”, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 2007.
#Social Capital and Democratisation. Roots of Trust in Post-Communist Poland and Ukraine, with Martin Åberg, Ashgate 2003
#Green Post-Communism? Environmental aid, Polish Innovation and evolutionary political-economics, Routledge 1999
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