Daniel Nohrstedt is associate professor of political science at the department of Government, Uppsala University where he received his Ph.D. in 2007. In 2011, Daniel was a visiting scholar in the School of Public Affairs at the University of Colorado Denver, USA. In 2011-2013, Daniel is a researcher within the Center for Natural Disaster Science focusing his research on organizational collaboration in natural hazards. Daniel is currently a member of the Editorial Board for Springer book series Environmental Hazards.
Daniel's research focuses on the policy process with a special emphasis on crisis and disaster management policy, including the structure and behaviour of crisis response networks, inter-organizational collaboration and the dynamics of policy-oriented learning and change. His current research (funded by the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency) centers on the performance of emergency response networks. He collaborates with peers internationally on the Advocacy Coalition Framework (ACF). For example, he contributed to a recent special issue devoted to the ACF in the Policy Studies Journal (Vol 3, Issue 3, 2011) and is co-editing a forthcoming special issue in the Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis on Comparative Analyses of Policy Change.
Daniel has taught courses in public policy analysis, crisis management, political psychology, international politics, research design an methods. He has supervised undergraduate theses at the Department of Government at Uppsala University and at the Political Science program at the Swedish National Defence College. As of 2011, he is teaching at the graduate program at the Department of Government at Uppsala University. Daniel is also course coordinator for Introduction to Natural Disaster Science within SENDIM, the research school within the Center for Natural Disaster Science.
PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS AND BOOK CHAPTERS:
Nohrstedt, D. (forthcoming) Explaining Mobilization and Performance of Collaborations in Routine Emergency Management. Forthcoming in Administration and Society.
Nohrstedt, D. (2012/forthcoming). Advocacy Coalitions in Crisis Resolution: Understanding Policy Dispute in the European Volcanic Ash Cloud Crisis. Paper accepted for publication in Public Administration.
Nohrstedt, D. (2011) Shifting Resources and Venues Producing Policy Change in Contested Subsystems: A Case Study of Swedish Signals Intelligence Policy. Policy Studies Journal 39 (3): 461-484.
Weible, C. P. Sabatier, H. Jenkins-Smith, D. Nohrstedt, A. Henry, and P. deLeon (2011). A Quarter Century of the Advocacy Coalition Framework: An Introduction to the Compilation. Policy Studies Journal 39 (3): 349-360.
Nohrstedt, D. (2011). Uncertainty, Accountability, and the Conduct of Post-Crisis Inquiries. In Svedin, Lina (Ed.) Ethics and Crisis Management. Information Age Publishing.
Weible, C. & D. Nohrstedt (2012). Advocacy Coalition Framework and Theoretical Emphases. In Howlett, M. et al. (ed) Routledge Handbook of Public Policy. London: Routledge
Nohrstedt, D. (2010) Do Advocacy Coalitions Matter? Crisis and Change in Swedish Nuclear Energy Policy. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 20 (2): 309-333
Nohrstedt, D. and D. Hansén (2010). Converging Under Pressure: Counter-terrorism Policy Developments in the European Union Member States. Public Administration 88 (1), 190-210
Nohrstedt, D. & C. Weible. (2010) The Logic of Policy Change after Crisis: Proximity and Subsystem Interaction. Risks, Hazards, Crisis and Public Policy 1 (2).
Nohrstedt, D. (2008) The Politics of Crisis Policymaking: Chernobyl and Swedish Nuclear Energy Policy. Policy Studies Journal 36 (2): 257-278
Nohrstedt, D. (2005) External Shocks and Policy Change: Three Mile Island and Swedish Nuclear Energy Policy. Journal of European Public Policy 12 (6): 1041-1059
Stern, E., Sundelius, B., Nohrstedt, D., Hansén, D., Newlove, L. & t Hart, P. (2002). Crisis Management in Transitional Democracies: The Baltic Experience. Government and Opposition 37: 524-550
Nohrstedt, D. & Minaeva, L. (2002). The Kursk Submarine Accident: Coping With Value Complexity and Credibility Loss in Crisis. In Svedin, L. & Porfiriev, B. (Eds) Crisis Management in Russia. Stockholm: The National Defence College
Stern, E. & Nohrstedt, D. (Eds.) (1999). Crisis Management in Estonia: Case-Studies and Comparative Perspectives. Stockholm: The National Defence College
Nohrstedt, D. & Sundelius, B. (1999). Introduction. In Stern, E. & Nohrstedt, D. (Eds.) (1999) Crisis Management in Estonia: Case-Studies and Comparative Perspectives. Stockholm: The National Defence College
Stern, E. & Nohrstedt, D. (1999). Conclusion: Patterns and Problems in Estonian Crisis Management. In Stern, E. & Nohrstedt, D. (Eds.) (1999) Crisis Management in Estonia: Case-Studies and Comparative Perspectives. Stockholm: The National Defence College
Nohrstedt, D. (2012). Performance Measurement in Collaborative Emergency Management: Evidence from Local Networks in Sweden. Paper presented at the International Committee on Disasters Researchers Meeting, July 17-18, Broomfield, CO, USA.
Knuffke, H., J. Pierce, C. Weible, B. Gerber & D. Nohrstedt. (2012). U.S. Homeland Security Commitment and Prioritization at the Local Government Level. Paper presented at the Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA), April 12-15, Chicago, USA.
Nohrstedt, D. & K. Ingold. (2011). Analytical tractability, openness and policy conflict: Belief System Incompatibility in Swiss and Swedish energy policy subsystems. Paper presented at the Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA), March 30-April 3, Chicago, USA.
Weible, C. & Nohrstedt, D. (2010). The Topography of the Advocacy Coalition Framework: Clarifying the Framework and Specifying its Theories and Models. Paper presented at the Advocacy Coalition Framework workshop, University of California Davis, USA, September 20-23.
Nohrstedt, D. (2010) Advocacy Coalitions and Crisis Resolution. Paper presented at the Advocacy Coalition Framework workshop, University of California Davis, USA, September 20-23.
Nohrstedt, D. & Weible, C. (2009) Stagnation and Change in Policy Subsystems in the Wake of Crisis. Paper presented at the 5th general conference of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR), September 10-12, Potsdam, Germany.
Nohrstedt, D. (2009) Dynamic Opportunities, Advocacy Coalitions, and Change in Swedish Signals Intelligence Policy. Paper presented at the Political Studies Associations annual meeting, April 7-9, Manchester, United Kingdom.
Nohrstedt, D. and Hansén, D. (2008). Counter-terrorism policy change and convergence within the EU after 9/11. Paper presented at the International Studies Associations annual conference, 25-29 March, San Francisco, CA, USA.
Nohrstedt, D. (2008) Prospective Evaluation in Crisis Management Policy Transfer. Paper presented at the workshop Learning from Crises and Major Accidents, May 13, Stockholm, Sweden
Billings, R., Hermann, C. & Nohrstedt, D. (2002) Sequential Processes in Crisis Decision Making: A Multiple Case Study. Paper presented at International Society of Political Psychology, 25th annual conference, July 16-19 2002, Berlin, Germany
Nohrstedt, D. (2001) Crisis and Political Innovation: Why Crises Lead Governments to Reforms. Paper presented at The Swedish Political Science Association, Göteborg, 2001
Nohrstedt, D. (1998) Intuition and Avoidance in Foreign Policy Crises. Paper presented at the SUPUI seminar, The Swedish Institute for International Affairs
POPULAR SCIENCE ARTICLES, MISC REPORTS:
Stern, E. & Nohrstedt, D. (2011). Kärnkraften efter Fukushima: konsekvenser för krisberedskap och energipolitik. Internationella Studier, 32-33.
Narby, P. & Nohrstedt, D. (2010). Institutional Design and Disaster Response. Report submitted to the Swedish Ministry of Defence.
Nohrstedt, D. & Florin, S. (2008) Evaluation of the SAMÖ-08 Exercise: The Planning Process [in Swedish]. Internal report for the Swedish Emergency Management Agency. Stockholm: CRISMART
Hansén, D., Narby, P. & Nohrstedt, D. (2007) Crisis Decisionmaking in the Swedish Government Office A Comparative Analysis [in Swedish]. Report submitted to the Government Inquiry on Crisis Management in the Government Office. Stockholm: CRISMART
Nohrstedt, D. (1999) Managing Crisis Abroad: The Brolin Kidnap. Stockholm: The Swedish National Defence College/CRISMART
WEBSITE UPDATED: November, 2012