Doktorandprojekt: Evangelia Petridou, statsvetenskap
The object of policy research is the understanding of the interactions between the machinery of the state and political actors. These actors are broadly defined as working in the public sector (appointed or elected) or as interested private citizens as part of civil society, acting individually or in groups in any one level of governance aiming at producing pervasive public action that is, action not solely limited to legislation, rules and regulations and executive orders. To this end, researchers employ a large number of tools in the form of theories, models, and frameworks.
Artiklar i tidskrifter
Sparf, J. & Petridou, E. (2018). Collaborations in Routine Emergency Management : Lessons from Sweden. Procedia Engineering, vol. 212, ss. 302-308.
Petridou, E. (2018). Entrepreneurship in the Swedish municipal polis : the case of Mer [*] Östersund. Policy Studies, vol. 39: 1, ss. 70-89.
Petridou, E. & Sparf, J. (2017). For safety’s sake : the strategies of institutional entrepreneurs and bureaucratic reforms in Swedish crisis management, 2001–2009. Policy & Society, vol. 36: 4, ss. 556-574.
Petridou, E. & Olausson, P. (2017). Policy Entrepreneurship and Policy Transfer : Flood Risk Governance in Northern Sweden. Central European Journal of Public Policy, vol. 11: 1, ss. 1-12.
Petridou, E. (2014). Theories of the Policy Process: Contemporary Scholarship and Future Directions. Policy Studies Journal, vol. 42: Supplement issue s1, ss. s12-s32.
Petridou, E. & Ioannides, D. (2013). Conducting creativity in the periphery of Sweden : A bottom-up path towards territorial cohesion. Creative Industries Journal, vol. 5: 1&2, ss. 119-137.
Petridou, E. (2017). Political Entrepreneurship in Swedish : Towards a (Re)Theorization of Entrepreneurial Agency. Diss. (Sammanläggning) Sundsvall : Mid Sweden University, 2017 (Mid Sweden University doctoral thesis : 252)
Kapitel i böcker, del av antologier
Petridou, E. , von Bergmann-Winberg, M. & Alebaki, M. (2018). Entrepreneurship in Times of Crisis : A Resilience Perspective on the Greek Wine Sector. I Governance and Political Entrepreneurship in Europe : Promoting Growth and Welfare in Times of Crisis. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing. S. 207-227.
Ioannides, D. & Petridou, E. (2016). Contingent Neoliberalism and Urban Tourism in the United States. I Neoliberalism and the Political Economy of Tourism. Routledge. S. 21-37.
Ioannides, D. , Leventis, P. & Petridou, E. (2016). Urban Resistance Tourism Initiatives in Stressed Cities : The Case of Athens. I Reinventing the Local in Tourism : Producing, Consuming, and Negotiating Place. Bristol : Channel View Publications. S. 229-250.
Ioannides, D. & Petridou, E. (2015). Archipelagic Tourism : Synthesis and Reflections. I Archipelago Tourism : Policies and Practices. Aldershot : Ashgate (New Directions in Tourism Analysis). S. 241-248.
Miles, L. & Petridou, E. (2015). Entrepreneurial Resilience : Role of policy entrepreneurs in the political perspective of crisis management. I Organizational Resilience : Concepts, Integration and Practice. Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press. S. 67-81.
Narbutaité Aflaki, I. , Petridou, E. & Miles, L. (2015). Political Entrepreneurship Redux : Looking into the Future. I Entrepreneurship in the Polis : Understanding Political Entrepreneurship. Aldershot : Ashgate. S. 206-215.
Petridou, E. , Narbutaité Aflaki, I. & Miles, L. (2015). Unpacking the Theoretical Boxes of Political Entrepreneurship. I Entrepreneurship in the Polis : Understanding Political Entrepreneurship. Aldershot : Ashgate. S. 1-16.
Petridou, E. & Ioannides, D. (2013). Creative serendipity : when art and public entrepreneurship revitalize a downtown. I Regioner, regionalism och entreprenörskap. Sundsvall : Mid Sweden University. S. 120-138.
Ioannides, D. & Petridou, E. (2012). Tourism workers and the equity dimension of sustainability. I Tourism Enterprises and the Sustainability Agenda across Europe. Farnham : Ashgate. S. 187-203.
Ioannides, D. & Petridou Daughtrey, E. (2006). Competition in the travel distribution system: the US travel sector.. I Corporate Rivalry and Market Power. London : I.B. Tauris. S. 124-142.
Sparf, J. & Petridou, E. (2017). Virtual And Physical Immersion Classroom For Enhanced Learning In The Behavioural And Social Sciences. I INTED2017: 11TH INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGY, EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE. (INTED Proceedings). S. 6835-
Olausson, P. M. , Petridou, E. & Ioannides, D. (2016). Seeking resilience through tourism in Greenland : A cautious outlook in the risky era of climate change. Paper presented at the 10th ECPR General Conference, Prague, 7-10 September, 2016
Sparf, J. & Petridou, E. (2015). Tidal wave: critical junctures, political agency and the shift of crisis management policy in Sweden, 2004-2009. I NEEDS - The First Northern European Conference on Emergency and Disaster Studies. University of Copenhagen, December 9-11, 2015.
Petridou, E. & Ioannides, D. (2016). Konstgödning : Co-producing art in the outskirts of the world. Östersund : Mid Sweden University (Rapportserien / European Tourism Research Institute 2016:6).
Petridou Daughtrey, E. (2006). Industrial Market Trends : A survey of Springfield's Manufacturing/Warehouse Market. Springfield MO : Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce
Narbutaité Aflaki, I. (ed.) , Petridou, E. (ed.) & Miles, L. (ed.) (2015). Entrepreneurship in the Polis : Understanding Political Entrepreneurship. Aldershot : Ashgate
Triantafyllopoulos, I. K. , Petridou, E. & Carawan, E. (2013). Graphē paranomōn, A TRANSLATION : Indictment for unlawful proposals (Translated from the 2nd ed 1962 by E. Petridou, notes by E. Carawan).
Petridou, E. (2010). Closer look cases: Eureka Springs, AR: a destination reinvented through time; Travel Agents: the voice at the other end of the line; Southwest Airlines: "Often immitated, never duplicated"; Ask me no questions; Forks, Washington: Twilight Zone These closer look cases are found in Ioannides, D and Timothy, DJ: Tourism in the USA: a spatial synthesis : Routledge..