Agriculture and bio based economy a driver of rural transformation and livelihood?
Noe, E., 2016, peer review.
Cultivating market relations: diversification in the Danish organic production sector following market expansion
Thorsøe, M. H. & Noe, E., 2016, I : Sociologia Ruralis.56, 3, s. 331-348, peer review.
Opportunities and challenges for multicriteria assessment of food system sustainability
Alrøe, H. F., Moller, H., Læssøe, J. & Noe, E., 24. mar. 2016, I : Ecology and Society.21, 1, 38, peer review.
Sustainability assessment and complementarity
Alrøe, H. F. & Noe, E., 2016, I : Ecology and Society.21, 1, 30, peer review.
What is perceived as a good financial strategy for the farmer? financial discourses in the Danish agro-food sector
Thorsøe, M. H. & Noe, E., 2016
Trust, Social Capital and the Scandinavian Welfare State: Explaining the Flight of the Bumblebee
Svendsen, G. L. H. & Svendsen, G. T., 2016, Cheltenham, UK & Northampton, USA: Edward Elgar Publishing. 168 s., peer review.
Socialisation or self-interest? Explaining public attitudes towards government support for rural areas
Sørensen, J. F. L. & Svendsen, G. L. H., 2016, I : Journal of Rural and Community Development.11, 1, s. 30-4, peer review.
How did Trade Norms Evolve in Scandinavia? Long-Distance Trade and Social Trust in the Viking Age
Svendsen, G. L. H. & Svendsen, G. T., 2016, I : Economic Systems.40, 2, s. 198-205, peer review.
Homo Voluntarius and the Rural Idyll: Voluntary Work, Trust and Solidarity in Rural and Urban Areas
Svendsen, G. L. H. & Svendsen, G. T., 2016, I : Journal of Rural and Community Development.11, 1, s. 56-72, peer review.
Identifying social innovations in European local rural Development initiatives
Bosworth, G., Rizzo, F., Marquardt, D., Strijker, D., Haartsen, T. & Thuesen, A. A., 2016, I : Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research.29, 4, s. 442-461, peer review.
Gender and rural governance
Thuesen, A. A., maj 2016, Routledge International Handbook of Rural Studies. Shucksmith, M. & Brown, D. L. (red.). Taylor & Francis, s. 379-388 (Routledge International Handbooks), peer review
Rural–Urban Differences in Bonding and Bridging Social Capital
Sørensen, J. F. L., 2016, I : Regional Studies.50, 3, s. 391-410, peer review.
The aurally construction of rurality - the case of North-Norway
Johansen, P. H., 1. apr. 2016, peer review.
Conflicting Perspectives: A scientific and democratic challenge
Alrøe, H.F. & Noe, E., 2015, Conflicting Systems: observed with Social Systems Thory. 10.s.
Full case study report: Gram Slot/Rema1000 - Denmark
Laursen, K. B., Noe, E. & Kjeldsen, C., 2015.
Knowledge Asymmetries Between Research and Practice: A Social Systems Approach to Implementation Barriers in Organic Arable Farming
Noe, E., Alrøe, H. F., Thorsøe, M. H., Olesen, J. E., Sørensen, P., Melander, B. & Fog, E., 2015, I : Sociologia Ruralis.55, 4, s. 460-482, peer review.
New forms of partnerships in food chains
Laursen, K. B. & Noe, E., 1. aug. 2015, XXVI European Society for Rural Sociology Congress.European Society for Rural Sociology, s. 87-882 s, peer review.
Regulation of Agroecosystems: A Social Systems Analysis of Agroecology and Law
Noe, E. & Alrøe, H. F., 2015, Law and Agroecology: A Transdisciplinary Dialogue. Monteduro, M., Boungiorno, P., Di Benedetto, S. & Isoni, A. (red.). Springer VS, s. 31-45, peer review.
Sustainable agriculture issues explained by differentiation and structural coupling using social systems analysis
Noe, E. & Alrøe, H. F., 2015, I : Agronomy for Sustainable Development.35, 1, s. 133-144, peer review.
The Danish Food Communities - Denmark
Kjeldsen, C., Noe, E. & Laursen, K. B., 2015.
Values-based food chains: Recoupling man and soil?
Noe, E., Bjørkhaug, H., Kvam, G-T. & Kjeldsen, C., 18. aug. 2015, XXVI European Society for Rural Sociology Congress.European Society for Rural Sociology, s. 122-123, peer review.
The Puzzle of the Scandinavian Welfare State and Social Trust
Svendsen, G. L. H. & Svendsen, G. T., 2015, I : Issues in Social Science.3, 2, s. 90-99, peer review.
The Democratic Capabilities of and Rhetoric on LEADER LAGs in the EU: The Danish Case
Thuesen, A. A., apr. 2015, Evaluating the European Approach to Rural Development: Grass-roots Experiences of the LEADER Programme. Granberg, L., Andersson, K. & Kovách, I. (red.). Ashgate, s. 79-93 (Perspectives on Rural Policy and Planning), peer review.
Questioning the Gender Distribution in Danish LEADER LAGs
Thuesen, A. A. & Derkzen, P., apr. 2015, Evaluating the European Approach to Rural Development: Grass-roots Experiences of the LEADER Programme. Granberg, L., Andersson, K. & Kovách, I. (red.). Ashgate, s. 127-147 (Perspectives on Rural Policy and Planning), peer review.
Danish rural areas’ readiness for joint action as a proxy for the potential for co-production
Thuesen, A. A. & Rasmussen, H. B., 2015, I : Journal of Rural and Community Development.10, 1, s. 32-55, peer review.
Predicting the gross domestic product (GDP) of 289 NUTS regions in Europe with subjective indicators for human and social capital
Weckroth, M., Kemppainen, T. & Sørensen, J. F. L., 2015, I : Regional Studies, Regional Science.2, 1, s. 311-330, peer review.
Mechanisms of power in participatory rural planning
Johansen, P. H. & Chandler, T. L., 2015, I : Journal of Rural Studies.40, s. 12-20, peer review.
Informing regional food innovation through lead user experiments: The case of blue mussels
Hjalager, A-M., Johansen, P. H. & Rasmussen, B., nov. 2015, I : British Food Journal.117, 11, s. 2706-2723, peer review.
The impact of residential environment reputation on residential environment choices
Sørensen, J. F. L., 2015, I : Journal of Housing and the Built Environment.30, 3, s. 403-425, peer review.
Hjalager, A-M. (2014) Disruptive and sustaining innovations: the case of rural tourism”. Handbook of research on innovation in tourism industries. Alsos, G. A., Eide, D. & Madsen, E. L. (red.). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, Incorporated, Kap. 3, s. 56-83.
Nielsen, A. L. & Pedersen, J. S. (2014) “Has the Competition among Professions in the Nordic Welfare States Intensified? A Danish Case” Nordicum - Mediterraneum. Volume 9, no. 3.
Svendsen, G. L. H. & Svendsen, G. T. (2014) “From Vikings to welfare: Early state building and social trust in Scandinavia”. To be resubmitted to Journal of Historical Sociology.
Lindhardt, M. (red) (2014) Pentecostalism in Africa: Presence and impact of Pneumatic Christanity in Postcolonial Societies. Brill Academic Publishers, Incorporated (in press).
Lindhardt, M. (2014) “Continuity, Change or Coevalness.: Charismatic Christianity and Tradition in Tanzania”. Martin Lindhardt (red): Pentecostalism in Africa: Presence and Impact of Pneumatic Christianity in postcolonial societies. brill, Kap. 7, s. 163-190 (in press).
Lindhardt, M. (2014) “Introduction: Presence and impact of pentecostal-charsimatic Christianity in Africa”. Martin Lindhardt (red.) Pentecostalism in Africa: Presence and Impact of Pneumatic Christianity in Postcolonial Societies. Kap. 1, s. 1-53 (in press).
Lindhardt, M. (2014) ”El fin se acerca: Historia y escatología en el pentecostalismo “tradicional” chileno”. I : Cultura y Religión. Revista de Sociedades en Transformación. s. vol 8 (1) 142-161.
Lindhardt, M. & J. Thorsen (2014) “Christianity in Latin America: Struggle and Accomodation”. Handbook of Global Christianity. Redigeret af Stephen Hunt. . Brill Academic Publishers, Incorporated (forthcoming)
Lindhardt, M. (2014) "Miracle Makers and Money Takers. Healers, Prosperity Preachers and Fraud in Contemporary Tanzania”. In Good Faith: Minority Religions and Fraud, redigeret af Amanda van Eck. Ashgate, Kap. 8, s. 153-170 (in press).
Lindhardt, M. (2014) “What is the matter with that Money? Materiality, Mediation and Spiritual Warfare in Tanzanian Charismatic Christianity”. The Anthropology of Global pentecostalism and Evangelism, Redigeret af Simon Coleman og Rosalind Hackett. New York University Press (in press).
Johansen, P. H. (2014) “Green Care - Social Entrepreneurs in the Agricultural Sector”. Social Enterprise Journal (forthcoming).
Teilmann, K. A. & Thuesen, A. A. (2014) “Important Types of LAG–Municipality Interaction When Collaborating on Rural Development: Lessons from Danish LEADER LAGs”. International Journal of Rural Management. 10, 1, s. 21-45.
Sørensen, J. F. L. (2014) “The impact of residential environment reputation on residential environment choices”. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment (forthcoming).
Sørensen, J. F. L. (2014) “Rural-urban differences in life satisfaction: Evidence from the European Union”. Regional Studies. 48, 9, s. 1451-1466.
Sørensen, J. F. L. (2014) “Rural-urban differences in bonding and bridging social capital”. Regional Studies (forthcoming).
Brink, T. (2014) “The impact on growth of outside-in and inside-out innovation in SME networks”. International Journal of Innovation Management. 18, 4, s. 1-34 25.
Brink, T. (2014) “Passion and Compassion Represent Dualities for Growth”. International Journal of Organisational Analysis (in press).
Fersch, B. (2014) “Expectations towards home care re-ablement in Danish municipalities”. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy(forthcoming).
Fersch, B. (2013) “Meaning: lost, found or 'made' in translation?: A hermeneutical approach to cross-language interview research”. Qualitative studies. 4, 2, s. 86-99.
Svendsen, G.L.H. (2013) Associational autonomy or political influence? The case of the cooperation between the Danish Dairies’ Buttermark Association and the Danish state, 1900-1912. Business History (in press).
Thuesen, A.A. (2013) Experiencing Multi-Level Meta-Governance. Local Government Studies 39(4), 600-623.
Hjalager, A-M. & Johansen, P.H. (2013) Food tourism in protected areas: Sustainability for producers, the environment and tourism? Journal of Sustainable Tourism 21(3), 417-433.
Jensen, J. M. & Hjalager, A-M. (2013) The role of demographics and travel motivation in travellers’ use of the Internet before, during, and after a trip. International Journal of Tourism Policy. Vol. 5(1/2), 34-58.
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Svendsen, G.L.H. (2013) Public libraries as breeding grounds for bonding, bridging and institutional social capital: The case of branch libraries in Denmark. Sociologia Ruralis 53(1), 52-73.
Brink, T. & Svendsen, G.L.H. (2013) Social capital or waste of time?: Social network, social capital and 'uncontentional alliances' among Danish rural entrepreneurs. Business and Management Research 2(1), 55-68.
Pedersen, K., Svendsen, G. T. & Svendsen, G.L.H. (2013) The volatility of multinational enterprises and social capital as location factor: A review. Business and Management Research 2(3), 81-89.
Svendsen, G.L.H. & Waldstrøm, C. (2013) Organizational networks and social capital. In: Caulkins, D.D. & Jordan, A.T. (Eds.) A Companion to Organizational Anthropology, pp. 311-328. Malden, USA, Oxford, UK & Chicester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.
Martin Lindhardt (2013) Pentecostalism and politics in Neoliberal Chile. Iberoamericano. Nordic Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, VOL. XLII: 1-2, 59-83.
Johansen, P.H., Nielsen, N.C. (2012). Bridging between the regional degree and the community approaches to rurality: A suggestion for a definition of rurality for everyday use. Land Use Policy, 29, 4, 781-788.
Hjalager, A.M. and P.H. Johansen (2012). Food tourism in protected areas : Sustainability for producers, the environment and tourism?. Journal of Sustainable Tourism. 25.07.2012. Available online.
Nilsson, H.J., Svendsen, G.L.H., Svendsen, G.T. (2012). Are large and complex agricultural cooperatives losing their social capital? Agribusiness, 28, 2, 187-204.
Svendsen, G.L.H., Svendsen, G.T. & P. Graeff (2012). Explaining the emergence of social trust: Denmark and Germany. Historical Social Research, 37, 3, 252-267.
Johansen, P. H. (2012) - Contemporary Rural Imitation - A Tardean analysis of five Danish rural parishes. Social & Cultural Geography. 29.11.2012. (available online).
Brink, T. (2012). Innovation in a regional perspective. Journal of Regional Analysis & Policy, 41, 2, 108-119.
Hjalager, A.M. & Jensen, J.M. (2012). A typology of travelers based on their propensity to go online before, during and after thetrip. I: Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism. M. Fuchs ; F. Ricci ; L. Cantoni (eds). Wien : Springer, 96-107.
Budzinski, O.; Huric Larsen, J.F. (2011). The Morgan Stanley/Visa Saga: How Does Economics Help Address Double-Sided Markets. Journal of European Competition Law & Practice, 23.12.2011 (publiceret 2012).
Bak, C.K., Andersen, P.T., Bacher, I., Bancila, D.D. (2012). The association between socio-demographic characteristics and perceived stress among residents in a deprived neighborhood in Denmark. European Journal of Public Health, 2012, 1-6.
Agergaard, S. & Michelsen la Cour, A. (2012). Governing Integration Through Sports. A case study of civil society involvement in welfare policy. Journal Nordic Journal of Migration Research, 2, 1, 26-34.
Sørensen, J.F.L (2012). Testing the Hypothesis of Higher Social Capital in Rural Areas: The Case of Denmark. Regional Studies, 46, 7, 873-891.
Bancila, D. Bak, C.B. & Andersen, P. (2012) Ethnic differences in stress among residents in a deprived neighbourhood in Denmark. International Journal of Mental Health Promotion, 14, 2, 61-70.
Søgaard, V. (2012). Byhierarkiet under forandring. Økonomi & Politik, 85, 1, 14-24.
Hjalager, A.M. & Flagestad, A. (2012). Innovations in wellbeing tourism in the Nordic countries. Current Issues in Tourism, 15, 8, 725-740.
Hjalager, Anne-Mette & Arvid Flagestad (2011). Innovations in well-being tourism in the Nordic countries. Current Issues in Tourism. Volume 15, Issue 8, 2012.
Hjalager, Anne-Mette (2012). Labour Market Holiday Fund, Denmark. I: Social tourism in Europe: Theory and practice. red. Scott McCabe ; Lynn Minnaert ; Anya Diekmann. Bristol: Channel View Publications, 69-72.
Winther, M.B. and G.L.H. Svendsen (2012). ‘The Rotten Banana’ fires back: The story of a Danish discourse of inclusive rurality in the making. Journal of Rural Studies, 28, 4, pp. 466-477.