179. Andreas Reibring, Last Thursday in Havana ? A Social Magazine and State Discourse, 2011.
178. Veronika Skärlund, Working for Change in Repressive States ? A case study from China, 2011.
177. Oscar Jonsson, The Pamris ? An Early Warning Study, 2011.
176. Emma Corneliusson, A Tamed River and Flooded Farms ? An examination of responsive behaviour in the face of floods along the Zambezi River in Central Mozambique, 2011.
175. Katarina Galic, In the Shade of the Pandemic - NGOs Renegotiating Gender and Sexualities in Tanzania, 2010.
174. Richard Alfvén, Sport as a Method for Development – A field study Of Mbale Tigers Table Tennis Club, 2010
173. Tyra Warfvinge, Promoting Tolerance in a Xenophobic South Africa – A Case Study of the Role of Churches, 2010.
172. Cecilia Josefsson, Acting for women? Assessing the impacts of gender quotas on the representation of women’s interests, 2010.
171. Miriam Falk, Partners in Development? A Study of NGOs and the Proclamation on Charities and Societies in Ethiopia, 2010.
170. Emelie Dahlström, The Market as a Political Venue – An Explorative Study on Political Consumerism in India, 2009.
169. Johanna Pettersson, Labour organising in unfavourable conditions. A study of trade union strategies in Sri Lankan export processing zones, 2009.
168. Linda Westman, A Righteous Regime? A Study of the Gap between Substantive and Procedural Political Legitimacy in Beijing, 2009.
167. Patrik Bergvall, Local ownership and globalisation: A study of development cooperation between local and global civil society organisations active in Sri Lankan export processing zones, 2009.
166. Malin Häggqvist, Alternative Paths of Democratic Learning: A Study of the Development of Attitudes towards Democracy in Nepal, 2009.
165. Anna Dahlman, Labour Unions in a Globalized World - the Thai Labour Movement's Ability to Promote Democracy, 2009.
164. Susanne Vinell, Promoting Democracy? A Field Study of Thai Labour Unions' Role in Democratic Consolidation, 2008.
163. Axel Martin-Aronsson, Kathmandu Limited: Democratic perceptions and attitudes in transitional Nepal, 2008.
162. Anna-Maria Norman, Ukrainian NGO's democracy building potential - a critical study of the impact of aid in a post-communist context, 2008.
161. Maria Boman, Conflicting views - The framing of abortions in Nicaraguan women's movements, 2008.
160. Hanna Söderbaum, Democracy All Inclusive: A field study of organisational culture at Swedish-managed companies in Ukraine, 2008.
159. Marcelo Diaz, Fredsbyar i Colombia: När den svaga staten utmanas, 2008.
158. Sofia Gustafsson, Who Owns the Development in Zambia? A Study of the Ownership of Zambia's Fifth National Development Plan, 2008.
157. Simon Strannard, An Inquiry into the Dynamics of Empowerment, 2008.
156. Emma Ekdahl, The Influence of External Democracy Promotion: The Case of Turkish Human Rights NGOs, 2007.
155. Anna Danielson, How to include the excluded - Can formal property rights diminish marginalization of the financial market?, 2007.
154. Anna Ardin, The Cuban multi-party system. Is the democratic alternative really democratic and an alternative after the Castro regime?, 2007.
153. Karolina Mårn, Tolerance in a Malaysian Context, 2007.
152. Sofia Mårn, Social Networks and Trust in a Plural Society, 2007.
151. Susanne Tham, A Preference for Moderation? Electoral Engineering in the Fiji Islands, 2007.
150. Hanna Grenerfors, Democratization through Political Islam? The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, 2007.
149. Sara Persson, The accountability of NGOs – a study of capacity-building NGOs in Nicaragua, 2007.
148. Maria Westlund, Influencing HIV/AIDS politics at local level – a study of the Treatment Action Campaign in Durban, 2007.
147. Maria Elowsson, Learning to Become a Politician – A Study on Efforts to Strengthen Elected Women Representatives’ Leadership in the Local Governance Structure of India, 2007.
146. Karolina Kral, A Sustainable Democratic Civil Society? A Study of Women NGOs in Albania, 2007.
145. Marcus Andersson, Political and organisational factors and challenges of nation branding: the case of Sri Lanka, 2007.
144. Frida Hansson, Constitution-Making Explanations to Gender Quotas – A Case Study of the Introduction of Reserved Seats for Women in the Rwandan Parliament, 2007.
143. Madelene Lindström, Women in parliament - A Minor Field Study about barriers and obstacles in the Costa Rican parliament, 2006.
142. Louise Johansson, Strengthening the Identity of Afro-Brazilian Women - a Study of Three Black Organisations in Rio de Janeiro, 2006.
141. Manuela Rörfeldt, The Effects of Decentralisation when Implementing Social Projects - A Case Study of the Fome Zero Programme in Northeast Brazil, 2006.
140. Kristian Tronsson, Safety Valve or Flash Point? The Recall Referendum in Venezuela 2004, 2006.
139. Karin Schollin, Agents to reduce the educational gender gap - The driving forces of becoming a female teacher in primary education in Andhra Pradesh, India, 2006.
138. Carolina Bjuggren, Stable democracy and trust within a plural society - the case of Bosnia & Herzegovina, 2006.
137. Jenny Sjöö, "For my president and for my country": The Círculos Bolivarianos - a Minor Field Study from Venezuela, 2006.
136. Marie-Louise Adlercreutz, Does Gender Mainstreaming work? A study of the Cotonou Agreement in practice - the case of the Education Sector Development Programme in Ethiopia, 2005.
135. Martin Hallberg and Ola Pettersson, Fighting AIDS with political science - the importance of social capital in South Africa, 2005.
134. Liza Larsson, Political Elites and Cooperation - A study investigating the effect of the OHR’s "Bonn powers", on the cooperation among the local politicians of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2005.
133. Michael Jonsson, Grievances, rebellion and peace - A case study of the successful conflict prevention in Ecuador, 2005.
132. Karin Holmqvist & Carina Lindström, Towards a new order? A case study of trade unions in Vietnam, 2005.
131. Lisa Andersson, What makes literacy matter – a field study on how Egyptian women make use of literacy, 2005.
130. Pontus Rosenberg, Culture as a barrier to women’s political power: A case study of female political representation in Cuenca, Ecuador, 2005.
129. Maria Enekvist, Overcoming the Barriers: The Process for Recruitment for Political Participation among Rural Women in Brazil, 2005.
128. Maria Helling & Lotta Höglund, How Can Women’s Situation in Developing Countries Be Strengthened? A Case Study of An NGO’s Work for Senegalese Women, 2004.
127. Sara Öberg & Fredrik Larsson, Panchayats, Power for the Poor? A Comparative Study of the Political Influence of CPI(M) Members Elected for the Panchyati Raj in Kerala and West Bengal, 2004.
126. Mikaela Staaf & Monica Wulfing, Ethnic Identity and Ethnic Interest: Mobilising Factors for Collective Action in Burkina Faso?, 2004.
125. Lina Andéer & Kristina Jelmin, Peasants’ resistance in a global context – a two-case study of solidarity within the transnational peasant movement, 2004.
124. Tor Lundberg, South Africa – Continuing democratic development, 2004.
123. Helena Barrett & Eva Palmqvist, Dominance and Opposition – A Study of Party Politics in South Africa, 2004.
122. Jon Bäckström, How to Control Mass Media in an Illiberal Democracy – A case study of Kazakhstan, 2004.
121. Kristine Lundgren, Women’s Political Participation in Iran, 2004.
120 . Elin Adelmar & Johanna Lindquist, To Act and React – a comparative study of two civil society networks in El Salvador, 2004.
119. Helena Adlercreutz, Poverty, Peronism and Plan Vida – Political Clientelism in Contemporary Argentina: A Case Study of a Social Welfare Program in La Matanza, Buenos Aires, 2004.
118. Anna Lindqvist, A Cry for Change – analyzing the strategies and actions of the indigenous movement during the January 2000 uprisings in Ecuador, 2004.
117. Undis Vatvedt Fjeld, Voice of the Rich – analysing attitudes towards poverty among the educated elite in New Delhi, India, 2003.
116. Jörgen Karlsson, Mexico on the Move: The role of the labour unions in the Mexican public policy, 2003.
115. Maria Cramér & Therese Sjöström, Protest – Politics of the Poor: A study of the piquetero movement in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2003.
114. Christian Ottosson, Institutions & Inclusion – describing democratic consolidation in municipal Guatemala, 2003.
113. Nina Charlotte Hoas, Community Participation in Refugee Camps in Guinea, Guinea, 2003.
112. Malin Christensson, On Trust and Trees: Co-operation and Conflict in Community Forest Management in Two Indian Villages, 2003.
111. Petra Pilawa-Podgurski, Microcredits and Empowerment of Women. A Minor Field Study in San Lucas Tolimán, Guatemala, 2003.
110. Moa Lagercrantz, Change and Continuity in Tanzanian Refugee Policy. A Case Study on Foreign Policy and Government Refugee Policy in Tanzania, 2003.
109. Lena Wallquist & Jens Karberg, The Voice of the People? Women’s Organisations and the Labour Movement in Cambodia, 2003.
108. Sara Bertilsson & Anders Sundin, Creating Prerequisites for Political Participation: A Study of Two Trade Unions in India, 2003.
107. Annika Rigö, Social Capital, Democratic Attitudes and Students at the University of Colombo, Sri Lanka, 2003.
106. Lotten Hubendick & Joakim Lindberg, ‘We will Fight, We will Win!’ – The Importance of Social Networks in the Struggle Against the Maheshwar Dam in India, 2003.
105. Ingrid Rydell & Monika Sarajärvi, When Negative Results are Positive: A Study of the Use of Social Networks in HIV Prevention in Senegal, 2003.
104. Louise Mattsson & Eva Qvarnström, Democracy with a Difference: A Study of the Transition Towards Democracy among the Exile Tibetans, 2003.
103. Björn Johansson, Crossing the Divide – A Study of the Mechanisms Linking Social Capital and Democratic Performance in Two Indian States, 2003.
102. Sara Österlund, "In This Place, Only Thieves are Living": Testing a Social Capital Hypothesis in the Segmented Society of South Africa, 2002.
101. Karolina Hulterström, Ethnic Politics? A Comparative Study of Party Support and Voting Behaviour in Kenya and Zambia, 2002.
100. Daniel Holm, Church and School? The Dutch Reformed Church and the Charismatic Churches as Schools of Democracy, 2002.
99. Carolina Sundkvist, Key to Life – Primary Education and Street-Level Bureaucrats in Arusha, Tanzania, 2002.
98. Maria Arnqvist, Music as a Democratic Force: The Role of Popular Music and Musicians in Burkina Faso, 2002.
97. Mattias Jonsjö, The Politics of Development and Democratisation: A Study of Civil Society Participation, Political Action and Local Government Performance in Two El Salvadoran Municipalities, 2002.
96. Elin Solman Good, "The More Friends, the Less Enemies": Internet and Social Capital in Vietnam, 2001.
95. Emilie Anér and Elin Bjarnegård, Unveiling Women: Factors Influencing Female Political Activism in Bangladesh, 2001.
94. Lotta Lann and Karin Molin, Rulers of the Free Word: A Minor Field Study of the Media in Zambia, 2001.
93. Johanna Wiklund, Coordinadora Civil in Nicaragua: The Democratic Potential of a Civil Society Coalition, 2001.
92. Jenny Berg and Sara Haglund, Struggle for Domination: Power Capabilities in Brazilian Bureaucracy, 2001.
91. Camilla Lindquist, A Study of the Relationship between the Political Executive and the Constitution in Namibia, 2000.
90. Malin Ljunggren, Female Political Participation in Bolivia: A Minor Field Study of Women in Cochabamba and Oruro, 2000.
89. Maria Törnqvist, Performing Politics - A Study on Community Theatre and Civil Society in Zimbabwe, 2000.
88. Karin Fyrk, Ethnicity in Zambia’s Third Republic - A Return to "Stone-Age Politics"?, 2000.
87. Helena Gunnarsson and Susanne Mattson, Trust in a Plural Society - A Case Study of Two Arenas for Social Capital in Malaysia, 2000.
86. Karin Fällman, Social Capital across the Public-Private Divide - The Women’s Movement, the State, and Public Participation in Chile, 2000.
85. Pia Han Lind, Uzbekistan - An Illiberal Democracy? Investigating the Local Mahalla System, 2000.
84. Ylva Johansson, Neighborhood Networks: Organizational Structures and Democratic Competence in India, 2000.
83. Annelie Rostedt, Umbrellas for Democracy? A Study of the Building of Zambian Civil Society through Umbrella Organisations, 2000.
82. Maria Bexelius, Protesting Violence - An Empowering Force? A Case Study of Tribal Women’s Protests against CRPF-violence in Banpur, Orissa, India, 2000.
81. Karin Strandås, Promoting Women’s Political Representation - the Case of HESAWA, Tanzania, 1999.
80. Magdalena Inkinen, Mobilising the Poor: Low-Caste Voting and the Rise of the Bahujan Samaj Party in Northern India, 1999.
79. Viviana Stechina, The Policy-Making Style of the Chilean Government of President Frei - A Study of the Decision-Making Process of a Particular Foreign Policy Decision: The Signing of the Economic Complementation Agreement with Mercosur (1996), 1999.
78. Bodil Lampén, Women in Panchayati Raj - Beginning of a Silent Revolution?, India, 1999.
77. Johan Berglund, The Challenges of Urban Mobilization - Strategic Action and Collective Identities in a Changing Political Landscape. A Field Study of the Movimiento Urbano Popular in Mexico City, 1999.
76. Sofia Kobayashi, Strategies for Success: A Study of Money Politics and Electioneering in Rural Thailand, 1999.
75. Fredrik Nornvall, Foregoing the Future: Educational Deprivation, Social Capital and the State in Uttar Pradesh, India, 1999.
74. Karin Bodin and Teresa Rovira, The Sandinista Legacy - Burden or Benefit? A Study of the Nicaraguan Communal Movement, 1999.
73. Åsa Claesson, The Human Rights Movement in Kenya: A Survey and Exploration into Ideology and Agenda, 1999.
72. Niklas Eklöv, Preaching & Teaching: Evangelical Churches as Schools of Democracy? The Case of Ethiopia, 1999.
71. Anna Nielsen and Pär Zetterberg, The Significance of Political Parties for Civil Society: How the Creation of Pachakutik has influenced CONAIE’s Struggle in Ecuadorian National Politics, 1999.
70. Markus Werne, The Role of Civil Society in Democratic Consolidation in South Africa - A Case Study of the Western Province Council of Churches, 1999.
69. Magnus Öhman, Elite Consensus in a Ghanaian Context - the Inter-Party Advisory Committee and the 1996 Elections, 1999.
68. Lóa Brynjúlfsdóttir, Tolerance for Non-Conformity – A Study of the Namibian Political Elite, 1998.
67. Tove Norlén, Post-agreement Support for Reconciliation in Divided Societies – The peace-building idea revised against the background of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict,1998.
66. Olof Ambjörn, Beyond Loyalty – Union Response to Menem’s Reforms in Argentina 1994-97, 1998.
65. Annika Mokvist, Trust or Assurance in Intracommunal Collective Action Situations – A Field Study in Orissa, India, 1998.
64. Anneli Helgesson, Women’s Groups in Kenya – What do they mean to Democracy? A Minor Field Study of Civil Society Theories and the Work of Women’s Groups in Kenya, 1998.
63. Lisbet Spörndly, Botswana – A Study of the Political Opposition in a One-Party Dominant Regime, 1998.
62. Emma Öståker, The Maya Movement – A Potential Promoter of Democratic Consolidation in Guatemala, 1998.
61. Jessica Blanck, Civil Society, Decentralization, and Democratic Development: The Case of Kerala, India, 1998.
60. Fredrik Ridaeus, Habit or Choice? The Role of Associational Life in Promoting Interpersonal Trust in Cape Town, South Africa, 1998.
59. Åsa Ytterbergh, Making Women Whole: Women and Adult Basic Education in Western Cape, South Africa,1998.
58. Anna Rune, Women and National Decision-making in Uganda – A Minority Present, 1998.
57. Elin Björkman, From Informal to Formal Politics – A Study of Female Political Participation in the Kilimanjaro Region, Tanzania, 1997.
56. Anna Silkenäs and Anna Julius, Religiosity and Civicness - Two Case Studies in Calcutta, India, 1997.
55. Marie Olausson and Sara Uddenberg, The Lao Women's Union - Gender Policy and Implementation, 1997.
54. Jonas Fredén, Are Tunisian Islamists Conservative? Reaction, Protest and Conservatism - A study of Rachid Ghannouchi's Ideas, 1996.
53. Jonas Frykman, Regional Autonomy: The Problem of Implementation - A Case Study of the Southern Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua, 1996.
52. Annelie Andersson, The Grameen Bank Member - Do Microcredit Organizations Build Social Capital in Bangladesh?, 1996.
51. Henrik Ahlqvist, The Sensible Negotiator - A Study of the Local Government Negotiating Forum in South Africa's Transition to Democracy, 1996.
50. Mattias Sigfridsson, Traditional Authority in Modern Institutions? -The Chieftaincy and the Land Boards of Botswana, 1996.
49. Karin Timm, China's Civil Society - A Case Study of Women's Organisations in Beijing, 1996.
48. Sara Monaco, Freedom of the Media in Malawi - Challenges in a Fledgling Democracy, 1996.
47. Ingmar Nevéus, Rule of Law in Laos - Implementation and Information, 1996.
46. Emma Sterky, Women and Civic Civil Society in Vietnam, 1996.
45. Mathias Krüger, People´s Power - The Process of Decentralisation in Nepal, 1995.
44. Ann-Cristin Ljungman, Freedom of the Press on Trial - A case study of press conduct in the Ramjanmabhumi-Babri Masjid conflict, India, 1995.
43. Anna Hamrell and Fia Nilsson, Sustainable Development in Zimbabwe's Communal Areas. A Result Analysis of Campfire, 1995.
42. Jenny Mård and Magnus Andersson, The Role of the Mexican Opposition in the Transition to Democracy. A Study of the PRD and the PAN, 1995.
41. Sara Karlsson, A democratic civil society? an evolution of human rights organizations in Uganda, 1995.
40. Magnus Atterfors, Media Performance in Tanzania, 1995.
39. Malin Krook, Watchdog of the People - a Study of the Free Press in Botswana, 1995.
38. Helena Grusell and Ingela Johansson, Unity Within Diversity? Mobilization of the Indigenous People in Ecuador, through CONAIE, to Reach Influence in National Politics, 1995.
37. Joachim Beijmo, Mass Media and Democratization - A Case Study of Eritrea, 1995.
36. Jean-Luc af Geijerstam, The 1991 Constitution of the Lao People's Democratic Republic; Constitutionalism in a One-Party State?, 1994.
35. Fredrik Uggla, Pride, Prejudice, or Pragmatism - Negotiating Constitutional Changes during Chile's Transition to Democracy, 1994.
34. Per Nordlund, Organizing Democratization - Politics and Power in Zambia, 1994.
33. Karolina Gustafsson, Does Aid Work - A case study of the sustainability of a former aid-project in Tanzania, 1994.
32. Peter van Gylswyk, The Democratic Process and the Inclusion of an Indigenous Minority - a case study of the Ju/'Hoansi in Namibia, 1994.
31. Elisabeth Corell, Water and Security: The Case of the Cauvery River in South India, 1994.
30. Åsa Gerger, Paper Parks or Protected National Parks? A Case Study on the 'Protected Areas Resources Conservation' Project in Jamaica, 1994.
29. Carina Åqvist, Moderating Ethnic Conflict - Preferential Policies in Malaysia, 1993.
28. Marie Haglind, Ecological Politics and the Green Movement in India - Towards an Alternative Model of Development, 1993.
27. Åsa Finnström, Demystifying Law - A Case Study of Legal Strategies for Social Change in India, 1993.
26. Mikael Román, Governing Environmental "Commons" - An Introductory Analysis of "the Amazon Cooperation Treaty", Cuba, 1993.
25. Mårten Henning and Göran Schill, Good Governance and Politics in Kenya, 1993.
24. Anna Grauers, Cape Verde - a Democracy Study of MpD and PAICV, 1993.
23. Pereric Högberg, Autonomy of the Press in Zambia - A Study of Media Control in a Newborn Democracy, 1993.
22. Ingela Österberg, La Structure Décisionnelle dans une Communauté Rurale et un Village au Sénégal, 1992.
21. Karin Schultz, Political Hinduism - The Politicisation of Ethnic Identity by the BJP in India, 1992.
20. Richard Myrenberg, NAAM in Burkina Faso - A Study of the Relationship Between a Local NGO and the State, 1992.
19. Anna Lewin, Chieftaincy - An African Version of Corporatism, Ghana, 1992.
18. Johan Dahlin, The Land Question in Zimbabwe, 1992.
17. Malin Elisson, Positive Discrimination in India - A Debate Analysis of the Mandal Commission Report, 1992.
16. Maria Edin, Transition to democracy in Exile - A Study of the Tibetan Government's Strategy for Self-Determination, 1992.
15. Katarina Fröberg and Kjell Å Sjöberg, Information as a Policy Instrument, Tanzania, 1992.
14. Anna Nyfjäll, Bharatiya Kisan Union - A Farmer's Movement in an Urban-Bias Environment, India, 1992.
13. Staffan Smedby, Economic Development and Democracy in Chile, 1991.
12. Lena Forsgren, Land Reforms contra Private Property Right - The Case of India, 1991.
11. Karolina Andersson and Therese Borrman, Juntas de Vecinos - A Local Territorial Organization and its Contributions to Democracy, 1991.
10. Ann-Marie Sundberg, Still the Century of Corporatism? An Empirical Study of the Position of Namibia National Student Organization, 1991.
9. Henrik Berglund, Promotional Groups in a Particularistic State - A Study of Women's Organizations in India, 1991.
8. Per Strand, SWAPO and Nation Building in Namibia - Transfer of Power in a Post-Communist Era, 1991.
7. Mattias Burell, The Social Base of Political Opposition in Taiwan: Is Class Analysis a Viable Method?, 1991.
6. Kristina Karlsson, National Resistance in Uganda, 1991.
5. Ingrid Widlund, The Political Relevance of Voluntary Organization in Development - An Indian Case Study, 1991.
4. Karin Bergenfur, The Role and Function of the Ombudsman in Zimbabwe, 1991.
3. Somers Fry, Social Forestry in the Indian Context, 1991.
2. Eyvind Reyes, Freedom of Expression in Nicaragua: A study of the Debate, 1990.
1. Sten B. Widmalm, Dowry Crimes and Law Implementation in India, 1990.