Mikael SundströmSenior Lecturer
Main research or teaching areas
1. Intersection IT/Democracy
2. Leadership and Information security
3. Schooling and liberalisation
4. Party politics
5. International politics
Current research and teaching
1. Leadership and Information security
2. The Centre Party
3. Liberalisation of Swedish Schooling
As a researcher, I am broadly speaking interested in political thought, and organisational politics and leadership theories, with a keen eye directed at party politics. I actually started out as an English major, switched to informatics before finally hitting the bull’s eye at the dept. of political science.
I generally try to take an active part in the public (media) debate where I am happy to opine about party-political matters (usually homing in on the Centre Party); information security; education policy and British Politics. I regularly write a column for a regional newspaper, and there I cast my net a bit wider.
Recent research outputs
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article