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University of Gothenburg

KOLFU is a survey directed to all members of the 20 regional/county councils and 290 municipal councils in Sweden (in total about 13,500 individuals). KOLFU was conducted for the first time in 2008 and the second time in...

  • David Karlsson, University of Gothenburg, School of Public Administration
  • Mikael Gilljam, University of Gothenburg, Department of Political Science
Published: 2018-02-06

University of Gothenburg

KOLFU is a survey addressed to all members of Sweden's 20 county councils and 290 municipal councils (a total of about 13 500 people). KOLFU was conducted for the first time in 2008-2009 (KOLFU 2008). The actual number o...

  • Mikael Gilljam, University of Gothenburg, Department of Political Science
  • David Karlsson, University of Gothenburg, School of Public Administration
  • Anders Sundell, University of Gothenburg, Department of Political Science
Published: 2015-11-26

University of Gothenburg

Major structural changes have been taking place in European local government systems around the turn of the millennium. Changes that have already had substantial consequences for local political leadership and are likely...

  • Henry Bäck, University of Gothenburg, School of Public Administration
  • Rikke Berg, University of Southern Denmark, Department of Political Science
  • David Sweeting, University of the West of England, Faculty of the Built Environment
  • Vicki Johansson, University of Gothenburg, School of Public Administration
  • Folke Johansson, University of Gothenburg, Department of Political Science
  • David Karlsson, University of Gothenburg, School of Public Administration
  • Franz Fallend, University of Salzburg, Department of Political Science and Sociology
  • Herwig Reynaert, Ghent University, Department of Political Science
  • Kristof Steyvers, Ghent University, Department of Political Science
  • Zdenka Vajdová, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
  • Michal Illner, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
  • Ulrik Kjaer, University of Southern Denmark, Department of Political Science
  • Eric Kerrouche, Sciences Po Bordeaux
  • Hubert Heinelt, Technical University of Darmstadt, Department of Political Science
  • Björn Egner, Technical University of Darmstadt, Department of Political Science
  • Michael Haus, Technical University of Darmstadt, Department of Political Science
  • Nikos Hlepas, National University, Athens, Department of Political Science and Public Administration
  • Panagiotis Getimis, Panteion University, Athens, Department for Regional Economy and Development
  • Gabor Soós, Tocqueville Research Center, Budapest
  • Gyorgyi Ignits, Tocqueville Research Center, Budapest
  • Paula Russell, University College Dublin, School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Policy
  • Annick Magnier, University of Florence, Department of Political Science and Sociology
  • Pippo Russo, University of Florence, Department of Political Science and Sociology
  • Chiara Zanoccoli, University of Florence, Department of Political Science and Sociology
  • Giovanna Cutrone, University of Florence, Department of Political Science and Sociology
  • Irene Borselli, University of Florence, Department of Political Science and Sociology
  • Nicola Malloggi, University of Florence, Department of Political Science and Sociology
  • Clemente J. Navarro Yanez, Pablo de Olavide University of Seville, Social Work and Social Services
  • Bas Denters, Department of Political Science and Research Methods
  • Harry Daemen, Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • Pawel Swianiewicz, Warsaw University, Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies
  • Manuel da Silva e Costa, Minho University
  • José Pinheiro Neves, Minho University
  • Jean Dominique Ackle, Minho University
  • Carlos Alba, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Department of Political Science
  • Carmen Navarro, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Department of Political Science
  • Daniel Kübler, Zurich University, Institute of Political Science
  • Pascal Michel, University of Lausanne, Institute for Political and International Studies
Published: 2007-04