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Lena Wängnerud

Professor

Statsvetenskapliga
institutionen
Fax
031-786 45 99
Besöksadress
Sprängkullsgatan 19
41123 Göteborg
Rumsnummer
B530
Postadress
Box 711
40530 Göteborg

Om Lena Wängnerud

Forskningsintressen

Jag forskar om politik och jämställdhet i bred bemärkelse. Mer specifikt handlar min forskning om tre olika områden: politisk representation, korruption samt oro när det gäller samhällets utveckling.  

Urval av böcker:

Gender and Corruption. Historical Roots and New Avenues for Research (redaktör tillsammans med Helena Stensöta), Palgrave 2018.  

The Principles of Gender-Sensitive Parliaments, Routledge 2015.

Elites, institutions and the quality of government (redaktör tillsammans med Carl Dahlström), Palgrave 2015.

Urval av artiklar:

Politisk representation

Testing the politics of presence. Women's representation in the Swedish Riksdag, Scandinavian Political Studies, 2000, 23(1):67-91.

Women in parliaments. Descriptive and substantive representation, Annual Review of Political Science, 2009, 12:51-69.

Testing the impact of political generations: The Class of 94 and Pro-feminist ideas in the Swedish Riksdag. Med Patrik Öhberg. Scandinavian Political Studies, 2014, 37(1):61-81.

The effect of media sexism on women's political ambition. Med Amanda Haraldsson. Feminist Media Studies, 2018, 1-17.

Korruption

Exclusion or interests? Why females in elected office reduce petty and grand corruption. Med Monika Bauhr och Nicholas Charron. European Journal of Political Research, 2018, 1-23

Corruption as an obstacle to women's political representation: Evidence from local councils in 18 European countries. Med Aksel Sundström, Party Politics, 2016, 22(3), 354-369.

Gender and corruption. The mediating Power of institutional logics. Med Helena Stensöta och Richard Svensson, Governance, 2015, 28(4), 475-496.

Oro

Gender and socio-tropic anxiety: Explaining gender differences in anxiety to social risks and threats. Med Monika Djerf-Pierre, International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 2015, 28(2), 217-240.