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Högselius, P., Kaijser, A. & Van der Vleuten, E. (kommande 2014), Europe’s Infrastructure Transition: Economy, War, Nature (Palgrave Macmillan Making Europe Series).

Högselius, P., Hommels, A., Kaijser, A. & van der Vleuten, E. (red) (kommande 2013), Europe Goes Critical: The Emergence and Governance of Critical European Infrastructures. Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Högselius, P., Kaijser A. & Åberg, A. (kommande 2013), ”Natural Gas in Cold War Europe: The Making of a Critical Transnational Infrastructure”, i Högselius, P., Hommels, A., Kaijser, A. & van der Vleuten, E. (red), Europe Goes Critical: The Emergence and Governance of Critical European Infrastructures. Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Avango, D. & Högselius, P. (kommande 2013), ”Under the Ice: Exploring the Arctic’s Energy Resources, 1898-1985”, in Christensen, M., Nilsson, A. & Wormbs, N. (eds.), When the Ice Breaks:Media and the Science and Politics of Climate Change (Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan).

Van der Vleuten, E. & Högselius, P. (2012), “Resisting Change: The transnational dynamics of energy regimes in historical perspective”, i Verbong, G. & Loorbach, D. (eds.), Governing the Energy Transition: Reality, illusion or necessity?, London: Routledge.

Högselius, P. (2011), ”Challenging Chernobyl’s Legacy: Nuclear power policies in Europe, Russia and North America in the early 21st century”, i Xu, Yi-Chong (ed.), Nuclear Energy Development in Asia: Problems and Prospects, Basingstoke & New York: Palgrave MacMillan.

Högselius, P. (2011), “Das Neue aufrechterhalten: Die ‘neue Kernenergie’ in historischer Perspektive“, i Kehrt, C. et al. (eds.), Neue Technologien in der Gesellschaft: Akteure, Erwartungen, Kontroverse und Konjunkturen, Bielefeld: transcript.

Högselius, P. (2010), “The Decay of Communism: Managing Spent Nuclear Fuel in the Soviet Union, 1937-1991”, Risk, Hazards and Crisis in Public Policy, vol. 1, no. 4.

Högselius, P. (2010), “Lost in Translation: Science, Technology and the State since the 1970s”, i Lundin, P., Stenlås, N. & Gribbe, J. (eds.), Science for Welfare and Warfare, Sagamore Beach: Science History Publications.

Högselius, P. & Kaijser, A. (2010), “The politics of electricity deregulation in Sweden: the art of acting on multiple arenas”, Energy Policy, vol. 38, no. 5, pp. 2245-2254.

Högselius, P. (2009), “Science, Technology and Politics in the GDR” (review essay) Europe-Asia Studies, vol. 61, no. 5, pp. 881-885.

Högselius, P. (2009), “The Internationalization of the European Electricity Industry: The Case of Vattenfall”, Utilities Policy, vol. 17, no. 3/4, pp. 258-266.

Högselius, P. (2009), “Spent nuclear fuel policies in historical perspective: an international comparison”, Energy Policy, vol. 37, no. 1, pp. 254-263.

Högselius, P. (2008), Review of Thue, L. “Nye forbindelser (1970-2005), Norsk telekommunikasjonshistorie, bind 3” [New Connections (1970-2005), Norwegian telecommunications history, volume 3], Scandinavian Economic History Review, vol. 56, no. 3, pp. 238-239.

Huisman, J., Santiago, P., Högselius, P., Lemaitre, M.J. and Thorn, W. (2007), OECD Review of Tertiary Education: Estonia (Paris: OECD), 118 pp.

Högselius, P. (2007), ”The Dynamics of Innovation in Post-Communist Countries: Opportunities and Challenges”, in Sergi, B., Bagatelas, W. and Kubicová, J. (eds), Industries and Markets in Central and Eastern Europe (Aldershot: Ashgate), pp. 83-102.

Högselius, P. (2007), Postmodern Power: The Cultural Shift in Electricity System-Building at the Turn of the Millennium”, en annorlunda uppsats från en konferens i Rotterdam, 7-10 juni.

Högselius, P. (2007), ”The Nordic Shaping of Innovation in Estonia: Case Studies from Mobile Communications and E-Government”, Nordic and Baltic Journal of Information and Communication Technologies, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 61-73.

Högselius, P. & Kaijser, A. (2007), ”Använt kärnbränsle som resurs: exemplen Tyskland, Ryssland och Japan”, SKB Samhällsforskning 2007, pp. 121-151.

Högselius, P. & Kaijser, A. (2006), Resurs eller avfall? Politiken kring hanteringen av använt kärnbränsle i Finland, Tyskland, Ryssland och Japan (Stockholm: SKB, 2007), 69 s.

Högselius, P. (2006), ”Connecting East and West? Electricity Systems in the Baltic Region”, in Van der Vleuten, E. and Kaijser, A. (eds), Networking Europe: Transnational Infrastructures and the Shaping of Europe, 1850-2000 (Cambridge: Science History Publications).

Högselius, P. (2006), ”National Systems of Innovation and Creative Destruction: A small-country perspective”, in Kalvet, T. and Kattel, R. (eds), Creative Destruction Management: Meeting the challenges of the techno-economic paradigm shift (Tallinn: PRAXIS Center for Policy Studies), pp. 31-50.

Högselius, P. (2006), ”Learning to Destroy: Case Studies of Creative Destruction Management in the New Europe”, in Kalvet, T. and Kattel, R. (eds), Creative Destruction Management: Meeting the challenges of the techno-economic paradigm shift (Tallinn: PRAXIS Center for Policy Studies), pp. 73-84.

Högselius, P. (2006), ”Kärnbränslehanteringens politiska mångfald: ett historiskt och internationellt perspektiv”, in Samhällsforskning 2006 (Stockholm: Svensk Kärnbränslehantering AB).

Högselius, P. (2004), “The Emergence of Creative Styles of Innovation in Central and Eastern Europe: The Challenge from Estonia”, in Piech, K. (ed.), The Knowledge-Based Economy in Transition Countries: Selected Issues, London: School of Slavonic and East European Studies, pp. 225-60

Högselius, P. (2003), “Technology Transfer and Innovation in the Baltic Sea Region A Cross-Border Perspective”, In Hedegaard, L. & Lindström, B. (eds), The NEBI Yearbook 2003: North European and Baltic Sea Integration, Berlin: Springer Verlag, p. 205-222.

Högselius, P. (2003), ”Can East European Countries Innovate?”, från en konferens i Ålborg.

Högselius, P. (2002), “West-East Technology Transfer in the Baltic Sea Region A Systems of Innovation Perspective”, in Henningsen, B. (ed.), Towards a Knowledge-based Society in the Baltic Sea Region. Berlin: Verlag Arno Spitz, pp. 55-68.

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