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  • CeCAR's 4th Annual Conference

    [1 Jul 2019] This year CeCAR held its 4th Annual Conference at the University of Gothenburg, 13-14 June. The conference featured over 25 presentations from CeCAR scholars and invited guests, as well as attendees from around the world. Videos of this year's keynote speakers, featuring Arun Agrawal (University of Michigan), Linda Steg (University of Groningen), and Sven Steinmo (University of Colorado Boulder), can be found here.

  • New Publication: Higher education, norm development, and environmental protection

    [1 Jul 2019] There is a debate on whether higher education in the social sciences generates stronger democratic and environmental norms among students. In our study, we focus on students¿ perceptions about legitimate rule in the case of environmental protection. We contribute to this debate by using a unique longitudinal data set from seven universities and university colleges in Sweden. Our results show that higher education in the social sciences does not generate stronger democratic or environmental norms, at least not in the case of environmental protection. We discuss why this is the case and refine our results further by looking at individual-level factors, such as gender and ideology.

  • New Publication: Governing for Sustainability: How Research on Large and Complex Systems can Inform Governance and Institutional Theory

    [23 May 2019] This article takes its point of departure in the rapidly expanding field of research focusing on governance of large and complex systems and argues that this research should more explicitly recognize ongoing theoretical debates within contemporary and more mainstream governance research in order to fulfill all of its potential.

  • New Publication: The contingent effects of environmental concern and ideology

    [10 May 2019] Environmental taxes are often argued to be key to more effective environmental protection. People¿s willingness to pay such taxes in contexts with varying levels of quality of government (QoG) is investigated. Applying multilevel analyses on data from the International Social Survey Programme (ISSP) and the QoG Institute, links between environmental concern, ideology, and QoG are explored.

  • Climate Change: Is Seeing Believing?

    [25 Apr 2019] Too often, climate change takes a backseat to the threats we face every day. For some, climate change is abstract, overwhelming, and perhaps best left for a future generation to address. And yet, according to a recent poll, 70% of Americans believe global warming is happening, up ten percentage points from March 2015.

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