Nordic Right-Wing Populism Bibliography: Monographs and PhD theses
Here are key monographs and PhD theses on Nordic populist parties. Please send an email to Anders Ravik Jupskås if you know of any relevant monograph or PhD thesis that are not already on the list.
Bergmann, E. (2017). Nordic Nationalism and Right-Wing Populist Politics. Imperial Relationships and National Sentiments. London: Palgrave Macmillan UK
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.
Hellström, A. (2016). Trust Us: Reproducing the Nation and the Scandinavian Nationalist Populist Parties. London & New York: Bergahn Books.
Jupskås, A. R. (2015). Persistence of Populism. The Norwegian Progress Party, 1973-2009. PhD thesis, University of Oslo.
Meret, S. (2010). The Danish People's Party, the Northern League and the Austrian Freedom Party in a comparative perspective: party ideology and electoral support. PhD thesis, Aalborg University.
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.
Rydgren, J. (2006). From Tax Populism to Ethnic Nationalism. Radical Right-Wing Populism in Sweden. New York: Bergahn Books.
Taggart, P. (1996). The New Populism and the New Politics: New Protest Parties in Sweden in a Comparative Perspective. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke
Westlind, D. (1996). The Politics of Popular Identity: Understanding Recent Populist Movements in Sweden and the United States. Lund: Lund University Press.
Widfeldt, A. (2015). Extreme Right Parties in Scandinavia. Oxon: Routledge