Nordic Right-Wing Populism Bibliography: The Complete List

Here's (an almost) complete list of all publications in English on Nordic right-wing populism. Please send an email to Anders Ravik Jupskås if you know of any relevant publication that is not already on the list.

Akkerman, T., & Hagelund, A. (2007). ‘Women and Children First!’ Anti-Immigration Parties and Gender in Norway and the Netherlands. Patterns of Prejudice, 41(2), 197-214.

Allern, E. H. (2013). The Contemporary Relationship of ‘New Left’ and ‘New Right’ Parties with Interest Groups: Exceptional or Mainstream? The Case of Norway's Socialist Left and Progress Party. Scandinavian Political Studies, 36(1), 67-90.

Andersen, J. G. (2004). The Danish People’s Party and new cleavages in Danish politics [Working Paper]. Retrieved from 

Andersen, J. G. (2007). Nationalism, new right, and new cleavages in Danish politics: Foreign and security policy of the Danish People’s Party. In Christina Schori Lang (Ed.) Europe for the Europeans: The foreign and security policy of the populist radical right (pp. 103-123). Abingdon: Routledge.

Andersen, J. G. (2016). Nationalism. New Right, and New Cleavages in Danish Politics: Foreign and Security Policy of the Danish People’s Party. In Christina Schori Lang (Ed.). Europe for the Europeans: The foreign and security policy of the populist radical right (pp. 121-142). Abingdon: Routledge.

Andersen, J. G., & Bjørklund, T. (1990). Structural Changes and New Cleavages: The Progress Parties in Denmark and Norway. Acta Sociologica, 33(3), 195-217.

Andersen, J. G., & Bjørklund, T. (2000). Radical right-wing populism in Scandinavia: from tax revolt to neo-liberalism and xenophobia. In P. Hainsworth (Ed.), The Politics of the Extreme Right: From the Margins to the Mainstream (pp. 193-223). London & New York: Pinter.

Arter, D. (2010). The Breakthrough of Another West European Populist Radical Right Party? The Case of the True Finns. Government and Opposition, 45(4), 484-504.

Arter, D. (2012). Analysing ‘Successor Parties': The Case of the True Finns. West European Politics, 35(4), 803-825.

Arter, D. (2013). The ‘Hows’, not the ‘Whys’ or the ‘Wherefores’: The Role of Intra‐party Competition in the 2011 Breakthrough of the True Finns. Scandinavian Political Studies, 36(2), 99-120.

Arter, D. (2016). When new party X has the ‘X factor’On resilient entrepreneurial parties. Party Politics, 22(1), 15-26.

Arter, D. (2018). Finnish Populism: Keeping it in the Family? In S. Wolinets, & A. Zaslove (Eds.), Absorbing the Blow: Populist Parties and their Impact on Parties and Party Systems (pp. 145-168). London: ECPR Press; Rowman & Littlefield International.

Arter, D., & Kestilä-Kekkonen, E. (2014). Measuring the Extent of Party Institutionalisation: The Case of a Populist Entrepreneur Party. West European Politics, 37(5), 932-956.

Askola, H. J. (2017). Wind from the North, don’t go forth? Gender equality and the rise of populist nationalism in Finland. European Journal of Women’s Studies, 26(1), 54-69.

Bale, T., Green-Pedersen, C., Krouwel, A., Luther, K. R., & Sitter, N. (2010). If You Can't Beat Them, Join Them? Explaining Social Democratic Responses to the Challenge from the Populist Radical Right in Western Europe. Political Studies, 58(3), 410-426.

Bergmann, E. (2015). Populism in Iceland: Has the Progressive Party turned populist? Icelandic Review of Politics and Administration. Reykjavik: University of Iceland. 11(1), 33-54

Bergmann, E. (2017). Nordic Nationalism and Right-Wing Populist Politics. Imperial Relationships and National Sentiments. London: Palgrave Macmillan UK

Bergmann, E. (2018). Conspiracy & Populism: The Politics of Misinformation. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Bevelander, P., & Hellström, A. (2011). Trespassing the Threshold of Relevance: Media Exposure and Opinion Polls of the Sweden Democrats, 2006-2010 [Discussion paper]. Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit (IZA). Retrieved from   

Bjørklund, T. (2007). Unemployment and the Radical Right in Scandinavia: Beneficial or Non-Beneficial for Electoral Support? Comparative European Politics, 5(3), 245-263.

Bjørklund, T. (2011). Norway: The radical right in Norway: The development of the Progress Party. In N. Langenbacher, & B. Schellenberg (Eds.), Is Europe on the "Right" Path? Right-wing extremism and right-wing populism in Europe (pp. 285-307). Berlin: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.

Bjørklund, T., & Andersen, J. G. (2002). Anti-Immigration Parties in Denmark and Norway: The Progress Parties and the Danish People's Party. In M. Schain, A. Zolberg, & P. Hossay (Eds.), Shadows over Europe: The Development and Impact of the Extreme Right in Western Europe (pp. 107-136). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Bohman, A. (2018). Who's Welcome and Who's Not? Opposition towards Immigration in the Nordic Countries, 2002–2014. Scandinavian Political Studies 41(3), 283-306.

Bolin, N. (2015). A Loyal Rookie: The Sweden Democrats' First Year in the European Parliament. Polish Quartely of International Affairs, 24(2), 59-78.

Bolin, N., Lidén, G., & Nyhlén, J. (2014). Do Anti‐immigration Parties Matter? The Case of the Sweden Democrats and Local Refugee Policy. Scandinavian Political Studies, 37(3), 323-343.

Bächler, C. & Hopmann, D. N. (2016). Denmark: The rise of the Danish people’s party. In T. Aalberg, C. de Vreese, J. Strömbäck, F. Esser, & C. Reinemann (Eds.), Populist political communication in Europe (pp. 39-51). Abingdon: Routledge.

Careja, R., Elmelund‐Præstekær, C., Baggesen Klitgaard, M., & Larsen, E. G. (2016). Direct and indirect welfare chauvinism as party strategies: An analysis of the Danish People's Party. Scandinavian Political Studies, 39(4), 435-457.

Christiansen, F. J. (2016). The Danish People’s Party: Combining cooperation and radical positions. In T. Akkerman, S. de Lange, & M. Rooduijn (Eds.), Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties in Western Europe. Into the Mainstream?  (pp. 112-130). Abingdon: Routledge.

Dahlström, C., & Esaiasson, P. (2013). The immigration issue and anti-immigrant party success in Sweden 1970-2006. A deviant case analysis. Party Politics, 19(2), 343-364.

Demker, M. (2012). Scandinavian right-wing parties: diversity more than convergence? In A. Mammone, E. Godin, & B. Jenkins (Eds.), Mapping the Extreme Right in Contemporary Europe (pp. 239-253). Abingdon: Routledge.

Downs, W. M. (2001). Pariahs in their midst: Belgian and Norwegian parties react to extremist threats. West European Politics, 24(3), 23-42.

Elegenius, G., & Rydgren, J. (2017). The Sweden Democrats and the Ethno-nationalist Rhetoric of Decay and Betrayal. Sociologisk Forskning, 54(4), 353-358.

Elgenius, G., & Rydgren (2018). Frames of nostalgia and belonging: the resurgence of ethno-nationalism in Sweden. European Societies [Online first], 1-20. DOI: 10.1080/14616696.2018.1494297  

Green-Pedersen, C., & Odmalm, P. (2008). Going different ways? Right-wing parties and the immigrant issue in Denmark and Sweden. Journal of European Public Policy, 15(3), 367-381.

Green Pedersen, C., & Krogstrup, J. (2008). Immigration as a political issue in Denmark and Sweden. European Journal of Political Research, 47(5), 610-634.

Hagelund, A. (2003). A Matter of Decency? The Progress Party in Norwegian Immigration Politics. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 29(1), 47-65.

Hagelund, A. (2005). The Progress Party and the Problem of Culture: Immigration Politics and Right Wing Populism in Norway . In J. Rydgren (Ed.), Movements of Exclusion. Radical Right-wing Populism in the Western World (pp. 147-164). New York: Nova Science.

Harmel, R., & Svåsand, L. (1993). Party Leadership and Party Institutionalisation: Three Phases of Development. West European Politics, 16(2), 67-88.

Harmel, R., & Svåsand, L. (1997). The Influence of New Parties on Old Parties' Platforms. Party Politics, 3(3), 315-340.

Harmel, R., Svåsand, L. & Mjelde, H. (2018). The Institutionalization (and De-Institutionalization) of Rightwing Protest Parties: The Progress Parties of Denmark and Norway. London: Rowman & Littlefield International Ltd.

Hatakka, N. (2017). When logics of party politics and online activism collide: The populist Finns Party’s identity under negotiation. New Media & Society, 19(12), 2022-2038.

Haugsgjerd, A. (2019). Moderation or radicalisation? How executive power affects right-wing populists’ satisfaction with democracy. Electoral Studies, 57: 31- 45

Heinze, A.-S. (2018). Strategies of mainstream parties towards their right-wing populist challengers: Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland in comparison. West European Politics, 41(2), 287-309.

Hellström, A. (2016). Politics of shame: Life Stories of the Sweden Democrats' voters in a counter public sphere. In J. Jamin (Ed.), L'extreme droite en Europe (pp. 457-474). Bruylant.

Hellström, A. (2016). Trust Us: Reproducing the Nation and the Scandinavian Nationalist Populist Parties. London & New York: Bergahn Books.

Hellström, A., & Hervik, P. (2014). Feeding the Beast: Nourishing Nativist Appeals in Sweden and in Denmark. Journal of international migration and integration, 15(3), 449-467.

Hellström, A., & Nilsson, T. (2010). We Are the Good Guys. Ethnicities, 10(1), 55.

Hellström, A., Nilsson, T., & Stoltz, P. (2012). Nationalism vs. nationalism: The challenge of the Sweden Democrats in the Swedish public debate. Government and Opposition, 47(2), 186-205.

Hellström, A., & Wennerhaug, M. (2013). Nationalist Myth-Making and Populist mobilization in Scandinavia. Partecipazione e conflitto, 6(3), 30-53.

Herkman, J. (2018). Old patterns on new clothes? Populism and political scandals in the Nordic countries. Acta Sociologica, 61(4), 341-355.

Hervik, P., & Hellström, A. (2014). Feeding the Beast: Nourishing nativist appeals in Sweden and in Denmark. Journal of International Migration and Integration, 15(3), 449-467.

Ignazi, P. (2003). Scandinavia: The Progress Parties Between Protest and Extremism. In P. Ignazi, Extreme Right Parties in Western Europe (pp. 140-161). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Jungar, A.-C. (2013). Populism in the Nordic countries. In H. Giusto, D. Kitching, & S. Rizzo (Eds.), The Changing Faces of Populism: Systemic Challenges in Europe and the US. Brussels: Foundation for European Progressive Studies.

Jungar, A.-C. (2015). Business as Usual: Ideology and Populist Appeals of the Sweden Democrats. In H. Kriesi, & T. S. Pappas (Eds.), Populism in the Shadow of the Great Recession (pp. 41-56). Colchester: ECPR Press.

Jungar, A.-C. (2015). Convergence by different means: The Finns Party and the Sweden Democrats. In F. Decker, B. Henningsen, & K. Jakobsen (Eds.), Rechtspopulismus und Rechtsextremismus in Europa: Die Herausforderung der Zivilgesellschaft durch alte Ideologien und neue Medien (pp. 187-205). Baden: Nomos.

Jungar, A.-C. (2015) Agrarian Populism in Finland: continuity and change. In D. Strijker, G. Voermann & I. Terluin (Eds.), Rural protest groups and populist political parties. (pp. 217-243). Wageningen: Wageningen Academic Publishers

Jungar, A.-C. (2016). From the mainstream to the margin? The radicalization of the True Finns. In T. Akkerman, S. de Lange, & M. Rooduijn (Eds.), Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties in Western Europe. Into the Mainstream? (pp. 113-143). Abingdon: Routledge.

Jungar, A.-C. (2016). The Sweden Democrats. In R. Heinisch, & O. Mazzoleni (Eds.), Understanding populist party organization: a comparative analysis (pp. 189-220). Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan.

Jungar, A.-C. (2017). Continuity and convergence: Populism in Scandinavia. In P. Nedergaard, & A. Wivel (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Scandinavian Politics (pp. 147-160). London: Routledge.

Jungar, A.-C. (2018). Sweden. In E. Gutsche (Ed.), Triumph of the women?: The Female Face of the Populist & Far Right in Europe (pp. 95-104). Berlin: Forum Politik und Gesellschaft, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung.

Jungar, A.-C., & Jupskås, A. R. (2014). Populist Radical Right Parties in the Nordic Region: A New and Distinct Party Family? Scandinavian Political Studies, 37(3), 215-238.

Jupskås, A. R. (2013). In the name of the people! Contemporary Populism(s) in Scandinavia. In S. Gherghina, S. Miscoiu, & S. Soare (Eds.), Contemporary Populism: A Controversial Concept and Its Diverse Forms (pp. 258-293). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Jupskås, A. R. (2013). The Progress Party: A Fairly Integrated Part of the Norwegian Party System? In K. Grabow & F. Hartleb (Eds.), Exposing the Demagogues: Right-wing and National Populist Parties in Europe (pp. 205-236). Brussels/Berlin: Centre European Studies/Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.

Jupskås, A. R. (2014). From Protest to Power: The Norwegian Progress Party in Government for the First Time. Paper presented at the NOPSA-Conference, August 19-22, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.

Jupskås, A. R. (2015). Institutionalized Right-Wing Populism in Times of Economic Crisis: A Comparative Study of the Norwegian Progress Party and the Danish People’s Party. In H. Kriesi & T. S. Pappas (Eds.), Populism in the Shadow of the Great Recession. Colchester: ECPR Press.

Jupskås, A. R. (2015). Persistence of Populism. The Norwegian Progress Party, 1973-2009. PhD thesis, University of Oslo.

Jupskås, A. R. (2016). Between a Business Firm and a Mass Party: The Organization of the Norwegian Progress Party. In R. Heinisch & O. Mazzoleni (Eds.), Understanding populist party organization: a comparative analysis. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan.

Jupskås, A.R. (2016). The Taming of the Shrew: How the Progress Party (Almost) Became Part of the Mainstream. In Tjitske Akkerman, Sarah de Lange & Matthijs Rooduijn (eds.), Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties in Western Europe. Into the Mainstream?( pp. 169-192). Abingdon: Routledge.

Jupskås, Anders Ravik (2018). Shaken, but not stirred: How right-wing populist parties have changed party systems in Scandinavia. In S. Wolinets, & A. Zaslove (Eds.), Absorbing the Blow: Populist Parties and their Impact on Parties and Party Systems (pp. 103-144). London: ECPR Press; Rowman & Littlefield International

Jupskås, Anders Ravik, Ivarsflaten, E., Karlsnes, B. & Aalberg, T. (2016). Norway: Populism from Anti-Tax Movement to Government Party. In T. Aalberg, F. Esser, C. Reinemann, J. Strömbäck & C. H. de Vreese (Eds.), Populist Political Communication in Europe (pp. 54-67). Abindon: Routledge.

Jupskås, A. R., & Gyárfášová, O. (2012). The appeal of populism. In H. Baldersheim & J. Bátora (Eds.), The Governance of Small States in Turbulent Times: The Exemplary Cases of Norway and Slovakia (pp. 157-185). Opladen: Barbara Budrich Verlag.

Keskinen, S. (2013). Antifeminism and White Identity Politics: Political Antagonisms in Radical Right-Wing Populist and Anti-Immigration Rhetoric in Finland. Nordic Journal of Migration Research, 3(4), 225-232.

Kestilä, E. (2006). Is There Demand for Radical Right Populism in the Finnish Electorate? Scandinavian Political Studies, 29(3), 169-191.

Kestilä, E., & Söderlund, P. (2007). Local determinants of radical right-wing voting: The case of the Norwegian progress party. West European Politics, 30(3), 549-572.

Kitschelt, H., & McGann, A. (1995). Scandinavia: A Milder Version of the New Radical Right. In H. Kitschelt, & A. McGann, The Radical Right in Western Europe (pp. 121-158). Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press.

Klein, A. M. (2013). The End of Solidarity? On the Development of Right-Wing Populist Parties in Denmark and Sweden. In K. Grabow, & F. Hartleb (Eds.), Exposing the Demagogues: Right-wing and National Populist Parties in Europe (pp. 105-132). Brussels/Berlin: Centre European Studies/Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.

Kuisma, M. (2013). “Good” and “bad” immigrants: The economic nationalism of the true Finns’ immigration discourse. In U. Korkut, G. Bucken-Knapp, A. McGarry, J. Hinnfors, H. Drake, (Eds.) The Discourses and Politics of Migration in Europe (pp. 93-108). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Loch, D. & Norocel, O. C. (2015). The Populist Radical Right in Europe: A Xenophobic Voice in the Global Economic Crisis. In H.-J. Trenz, C. Ruzza & V. Guiraudon (eds.), Europe’s prolonged crisis: The making or the unmaking of a political Union (pp. 251-269). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Lodenius, A. L. (2018). Sweden - the fast growth of Right-wing Populism and the consequences of coordinated isolation for Progressive strategies. In C. Krell, H. Möllers & N. Ferch (Eds.). Reclaiming Action - Progressive Strategies in Times of Growing Right-Wing Populism in Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Germany (pp. 53-74). Stockholm: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Nordic Countries.

Loxbo, K. (2010). The impact of the radical right: Lessons from the local level in Sweden, 2002–2006. Scandinavian Political Studies, 33(3), 295-315.

Loxbo, K., & Bolin, N. (2016). Party organizational development and the electoral performance of the radical right: exploring the role of local candidates in the breakthrough elections of the Sweden democrats 2002–2014. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 26(2), 170-190.

Lönnqvist, J. E., Mannerström, R., & Leikas, S. (2018). Divergence over conformity: Change in immigration attitudes after the electoral success of an anti‐immigration populist party in the Finnish 2015 parliamentary elections. International Journal of Psychology [Online first], DOI: 10.1002/ijop.12496

Lööw, H. (2011). Sweden: The extreme right in Sweden: Growing slowly. In N. Langenbacher, & B. Schellenberg (Eds.), Is Europe on the "Right" Path? Right-wing extremism and right-wing populism in Europe (pp. 267-284). Berlin: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.

Meret, S. (2010). The Danish People's Party, the Italian Northern League and the Austrian Freedom Party in a Comparative Perspective: Party Ideology and Electoral Support. PhD thesis. Aalborg University.

Meret, S. (2011). Denmark: From the margins to the mainstream? The development of the radical right in Denmark. In N. Langenbacher, & B. Schellenberg (Eds.), Is Europe on the "Right" Path? Right-wing extremism and right-wing populism in Europe (pp. 243-266). Berlin: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.

Meret, S. (2015). Charismatic female leadership and gender: Pia Kjærsgaard and the Danish People's Party. Patterns of Prejudice, 49(1-2), 81-102.

Meret, S. (2018). Denmark - Rise, consolidation and mainstreaming of Right-wing Populism and the failure of counterstrategies. In C. Krell, H. Möllers & N. Ferch (Eds.). Reclaiming Action - Progressive Strategies in Times of Growing Right-Wing Populism in Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Germany (pp. 15-37). Stockholm: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Nordic Countries.

Meret, S., & Siim, B. (2013). Gender, populism and politics of belonging : Discourses of Right-Wing Populist parties in Denmark, Norway amd Austria. In B. Siim & M. Mokre (Eds.), Negotiating Gender and Diversity in an emerging European Public Sphere (pp. 78-96). Palgrave Macmillan.

Meret, S., Siim, B., & Pingaud, E. (2016). Men’s parties with women leaders : A comparative study of the right-wing populist leaders Pia Kjærsgaard, Marine Le Pen and Siv Jensen. In G. Lazaridis, & G. Campani (Eds.), Understanding the Populist Shift: Othering a Europe in Crisis (pp. 122-149). Abingdon: Routledge.

Mjelde, H. L., Folkestad, B., Aars, J., & Christensen, D. A. (2016). he 2015 Norwegian Local Elections: Support for Governing Radical Right Progress Party Plummets and Great Gains for Greens in ‘Second-Order’ Elections. Regional & Federal Studies, 26(2), 243-253.

Moffitt, B. (2017). Liberal Illiberalism? The Reshaping of the Contemporary Populist Radical Right in Northern Europe. Politics and Governance, Cogitatio Press, 5(4), 112-122.

Mulinari, D., & Neergaard, A. (2014). We are Sweden Democrats because we care for others: Exploring racisms in the Swedish extreme right. European Journal of Women's Studies, 21(1), 43-56.

Mulinari, D., & Neergaard, A. (2018). A contradiction in terms? migrant activists in the Sweden Democrats party. Identities, 26(2), 222-240.

Mulinari, P. (2018). To care and protect: Care workers confronting Sweden democrats in their workplace. NORA – Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research, 26(2), 84-98.

Nielsen, H. J. (1976). The Uncivil Culture: Attitudes towards the Political System in Denmark, and Vote for the Progress Party 1973–1975. Scandinavian Political Studies, 11(A11), 147-155.

Niemi, M. K. (2013). The true Finns identity politics and populist leadership on the threshold of the party’s electoral triumph. Javnost-The Public, 20(3), 77-91.

Norocel, O. C. (2009). Globalization and its male contenders? The question of conservative masculinities within the radical right populist discourses across the EU. In J. Kultalahti, I. Karppi, O. Kultalahti, & E. Todisco (Eds.), Globalization: Challenges to Research and Governance (pp. 237-250). Helsinki: East-West Books Helsinki.

Norocel O. C. (2010). Constructing radical right populist resistance: Metaphors of heterosexist masculinities and the family question in Sweden. NORMA: Nordic Journal for Masculinity Studies 5(2): 169–183.

Norocel O. C. (2013). Our People a Tight-knit Family under the Same Protective Roof: A Critical Study of Gendered Conceptual Metaphors at Work in Radical Right Populism. Helsinki: Unigrafia.

Norocel O. C. (2013). ‘Give Us Back Sweden!’ A Feminist Reading of the (Re)Interpretations of the Folkhem Conceptual Metaphor in the Swedish Radical Right Populist Discourse. NORA: Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research 21(1), 4-20.

Norocel, O. C. (2016). Populist radical right protectors of the folkhem: Welfare chauvinism in Sweden. Critical Social Policy, 36(3), 371-390.

Norocel, O. C. (2016). Finland: From Agrarian to Right-Wing Populism. In T. Aalberg, F. Esser, C. Reinemann, J. Strömbäck & C. de Vreese (eds.), Populist Political Communication in Europe (pp. 42-53). New York: Routledge.

Norocel, O. C. (2017). Åkesson at Almedalen: Intersectional Tensions and Normalization of Populist Radical Right Discourse in Sweden. NORA: Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research 25(2), 91-106.

Norocel, O. C., Saresma, T., Lähdesmäki, T. & Ruotsalainen, M.  (2018). Discursive Constructions of White Nordic Masculinities in Right-wing Populist Media, Men and Masculinities, 1-22. DOI: 10.1177/1097184X18780459

Odmalm, P. (2011). Political parties and ‘the immigration issue’: Issue ownership in Swedish parliamentary elections 1991–2010. West European Politics, 34(5), 1070-1091.

Oesch, D. (2013). The class basis of the cleavage between the New Left and the radical right: an analysis for Austria, Denmark, Norway and Switzerland. In J. Rydgren (Ed.), Class Politics and the radical right (pp. 31-51). Abingdon: Routledge.

Oja, S., & Mral, B. (2013). The Sweden Democrats came in from the cold: How the debate about allowing the SD into media arenas shifted between 2002 and 2010. In R. Wodak, M. Khosravinik & B. Mral (Eds.), Right-Wing Populism in Europe: Politics and Discourse (pp 277-292). London: Bloomsbury Academic.

Oskarson, M., & Demker, M. (2013). Another kind of class voting: the workiing-class sympathy for Sweden Democrats. In J. Rydgren (Ed.), Class Politics and the Radical Right (pp. 173-189). Abingdon: Routledge.

Oskarson, M., & Demker, M. (2015). Room for Realignment: The Working-Class Sympathy for Sweden Democrats. Government and Opposition, 50(4), 1-23.

Otjes, S., Ivaldi, G, Jupskås, A. R. & Mazzoleni, O. (2018). It's not Economic Interventionism, Stupid! Reassessing the Political Economy of Radical Right‐wing Populist Parties. Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 24(3), 270- 290. 

Patana, P. (2018). Changes in local context and electoral support for the populist radical right: Evidence from Finland. Party Politics [Online first], DOI: 10.1177/1354068818810283

Pedersen, K. (2006). Driving a Populist Party: The Danish Peoples Party. Institut for Statskundskab Arbejdpapir. København.

Pedersen, K., & Ringsmose, J, (2004). From the Progress Party to the Danish Peoples Party–from Protest Party to Government Supporting Party. Paper presented to the workshop ‘Effects of Incumbency on Organisation of Radical Rightwing Parties’ at the ECPR Joint Session of Workshops, Uppsala, Sweden.

Pettersson, K. (2017). Ideological dilemmas of female populist radical right politicians. European Journal of Women's Studies, 24(1), 7-22.

Pettersson, K., Liebkind, K., & Sakki, I. (2016). You who are an immigrant–why are you in the Sweden Democrats? Discourse & Society, 27(6), 624-641.

Raknes, K. (2018). Norway - how to Deal with the Petropopulist Fremskrittspartiet in office? In C. Krell, H. Möllers & N. Ferch (Eds.). Reclaiming Action - Progressive Strategies in Times of Growing Right-Wing Populism in Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Germany (pp. 38-52). Stockholm: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Nordic Countries.

Raunio, T. (2013). The Finns: Filling a Gap in the Party System. In K. Grabow, & F. Hartleb (Eds.), Exposing the Demagogues: Right-wing and National Populist Parties in Europe (pp. 133-160). Brussels/Berlin: : Centre European Studies/Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.

Rydgren, J. (2002). Radical Right Populism in Sweden: Still a Failure, But for How Long? Scandinavian Political Studies, 25(1), 27-56.

Rydgren, J. (2003). Meso-level Reasons for Racism and Xenophobia: Some Converging and Divergent Effects of Radical Right Populism in France and Sweden. European Journal of Social Theory, 6(1), 45-68.

Rydgren, J. (2004). Explaining the Emergence of Radical Right-wing Populism: The Case of Denmark. West European Politics, 27(3), 474-502.

Rydgren, J. (2006). From Tax Populism to Ethnic Nationalism. Radical Right-Wing Populism in Sweden. New York: Bergahn Books.

Rydgren, J. (2008). Immigration Sceptics, Xenophobes or Racists? Radical Right-Wing Voting in Six West European Countries. European Journal of Political Research, 47(6), 737-765.

Rydgren, J. (2008). Sweden: The Scandinavian Exception. In D. Albertazzi, & D. McDonnell (Eds.), Twenty-First Century Populism: The Spectre of Western European Democracy (pp. 135-150). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Rydgren, J. (2009). How Party Organization Matters: Understanding the Ups and Downs of Radical Right-Wing Populism in Sweden. Working Paper Series. Department of Sociology. University of Stockholm. 

Rydgren, J. (2010). Radical Right-wing Populism in Denmark and Sweden: Explaining Party System Change and Stability. The SAIS Review of International Affairs, 30(1), 57-71.

Rydgren, J., & Ruth, P. (2011). Voting for the Radical Right in Swedish Municipalities: Social Marginality and Ethnic Competition? Scandinavian Political Studies, 34(3), 202-225.

Rydgren, J., & Ruth, P. (2013). Contextual explanations of radical right-wing support in Sweden: socioeconomic marginalization, group threat, and the halo effect. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 36(4), 711-728.

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