This category contains articles published in scientific journals, thus the research has undergone peer review.
Numerous books authored by IFN researchers are in English, as this is the working language at the Institute for written material. All books authored by employees are available in digital form. When ownership and copyright permits, the books can be downloaded from this website. Books in Swedish are found on our Swedish website.
All new research is first presented in a Working Paper (WP) where the target audience is primarily other researchers. All WPs from recent years are written in English. Since 2006, a Swedish summary has also been included. A WP usually contains research that has progressed enough to be ready to be submitted to a scientific journal for review and potential publication.
Articles in Swedish
Externally published articles in Swedish are found here.
This category contains opinion pieces and columns written by IFN staff.
This category contains popular science pieces, most of which are available for download.
This category contains reports written by IFN researchers in collaboration with organizations that have contacted individual researchers to see if they can write reports based on their research. However, the collaboration is based on the organization in question not being able to order research results.
This section includes discontinued publication series and publications that cannot be classified under other headings. The discontinued series include IUI Research Reports and Stencils from IUI, all of which contain older internally published research at the IFN.
All academic, doctoral, and licentiate theses presented by IFN staff are included in this category. Most theses can be downloaded from this website. Publications can also be ordered by contacting email@example.com.
This category was discontinued on January 1st, 2021. It includes business-related and policy-relevant papers. The papers are not peer-reviewed nor written for later publication in scientific journals or anthologies. Policy Papers can be written in collaboration with organizations that have contacted individual researchers to see if they can write reports based on their research. However, the collaboration is based on the organization in question not being able to order research results. The series can also include articles in popular science journals reworked into more extended versions.