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Colonial Natural Resources and Swedish Foreign Policy 1914-1989, funded by the Swedish Foundation for the Humanities and Social Science (Riksbankens Jubileumsfond, RJ) (project leader: Per Högselius; other participants: Dag Avango, David Nilsson and Karl Bruno). The project was started up in January 2016 and will continue until December 2018.

Long-term sustainability vs. short-term security: the co-evolution of
conflicting challenges in the redesign and adaptation of infrastructure systems, funded by the FORMAS Research Council (project leader: Per Högselius). The project was started up in May 2010 and will continue until December 2017.

The Geopolitics of Energy: Swedish International Energy Dependencies in Historical Perspective, funded by the Swedish Research Council (project leader: Arne Kaijser; other participants: Maja Fjaestad, Per Högselius and Anna Åberg). The project was started up in January 2012 and will continue until June 2017.

Sweden and the Origins of Global Resource Colonialism: Exploring a Small Country’s Natural Resource Interests in Africa, Caucasia and the Arctic, 1870-1930, funded by the Swedish Research Council (project leader: Per Högselius; other participants: Dag Avango, David Nilsson and Hanna Vikström), 2013-2016.

From Nature to Networks: The Infrastructural Transformation of Europe, 1850-2000, funded by Riksbankens Jubileumsfond (project leader: Arne Kaijser; other participants: Per Högselius and Erik van der Vleuten), 2011-2012.

The integration of energy systems across national borders and system boundaries, funded by the Swedish Energy Agency (project leader: Arne Kaijser; other participants: Per Högselius and Anna Åberg), 2007-2010.

Europe Goes Critical: The Emergence and Governance of Critical European Infrastructures, funded by the European Science Foundation (ESF) and five national research councils (Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway and the Netherlands) (project leader: Arne Kaijser; other participants: Per Högselius, Anna Åberg, Erik van der Vleuten, Vincent Lagendijk, Anique Hommels, Eefje Cleophas, Lars Heide, Lars Thue, Karl-Erik Michelsen, Aristotle Tympas, Katerina Valentoni, Yiannis Garifallos, Efstathios Arapostathis, Ivan Tchalakov, Tihomir Mitev and Ivaylo Hristov), 2007-2010.

Creative Destruction Management in the Baltic Sea Region (project leaders: Tarmo Kalvet and Rainer Kattel, also involving participants from PRAXIS Center for Policy Studies, Estonia, The Research Institute of the Finnish Economy, ETLA, Finland, Lund University, Sweden, and the Baltic International Centre for Economic Policy Studies, BICEPS, Latvia), 2005-2006.

The internationalization of electricity: deregulation in historical perspective, funded by the Swedish Energy Agency (project leader: Arne Kaijser, other participants: Per Högselius and Mats Fridlund), 2003-2004.

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