Externally funded research projects

Both national and international funds support the research conducted at the Department of Political Science. Up to half of our research is funded through grants to research projects.

For more information on all active externally funded projects, please see the list below.

(Counter)-piracy infrastructures in the Gulf of Guinea (COPIGoG). Katja Jacobsen. 2022-2024. Funded by the Danida Fellowship Centre.

ANATEM. Jacob Gerner Hariri. 2021-2026. Funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark.

SOVEREIGN - Digital sovereignty: European visions for self-determination in a digital age. Rebecca Adler-Nissen. 2022-2026. Funded by the Velux Foundation.

MEMOCRACY - The Challenge of Populist Memory Politics for Europe: Towards Effective Responses to Militant Legislation on the Past. Maria Mälksoo. 2021-2024. Funded by the Volkswagen Foundation.

OCINFRA - Ocean Infrastructures - Studying the changing organization of the sea. Christian Bueger. 2022-2025. Funded by the Velux Foundation.

SoMeRep. Anne Rasmussen. 2021-2025. Funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark.

Vital Politics. Lars Tønder. 2021-2023. Funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark.

ADVODID. Anne Rasmussen. 2021-2026. Funded by European Research Council (ERC Consolidator Grant).

VISUAL. Lene Hansen. 2021-2023. Funded by the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships.

MICROFOUNDATION. Peter Marcus Kristensen. 2021-2023. Funded by the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships.

e-NOTE: European Network on Teaching Excellence. Hanne Nexø Jensen and Nina Græger. 2020-2023. Funded by the European Union’s Erasmus + Programme (KA 203 Strategic Partnership).

HOPE - How Democracies Cope with COVID19. Rebecca Adler-Nissen. 2020-2023. Funded by the Carlsberg Foundation.

Undersøgelse af valgdeltagelse. Kasper Møller Hansen. 2010-2025. Støttet af (funded by) Ministeriet for Flygtninge, Indvandrere og Integration.

DIPLOFACE - Diplomatic Face-work: Between Confidential Negotiations and Public Display. Rebecca Adler-Nissen. 2016-2023. Funded by the European Research Council Executive Agency.

Digital Disinformation. Rebecca Adler-Nissen. 2016-2023. Funded by the Carlsberg Foundation.

Castles: Tracing the Origins and Consequences of the Modern State. Jacob Gerner Hariri. 2016-2022. Funded by the Sapere Aude-programme of the Independent Research Fund Denmark.

European Administrative Networks. Dorte Sindbjerg Martinsen. 2017-2022. Funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark.

KV2017 - udsendelse af Grundloven. Kasper Møller Hansen. 2017-2025. Støttet af (funded by) Folketinget.

KV2017 - udsendelse af SMS. Kasper Møller Hansen. 2017-2025. Støttet af (funded by) Rådet for Etniske Minoriteter.

The Danish National Election Study. Kasper Møller Hansen. 2018-2022. Funded by the Carlsberg Foundation.

Bodies as Battleground. Lene Hansen. 2018-2024. Funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark.

Rewards at the top. Lene Holm Pedersen. 2016-2022. Funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark.

The Behavioral Citizen. Asmus Leth Olsen. 2019-2023. Funded by the Sapere Aude-programme of the Independent Research Fund Denmark.

H2020 - EU3D. Ben Rosamond. 2019-2023. Funded by the Research Executive Agency.

EliteForsk-pris 2018. Rebecca Adler-Nissen. 2019-2022. Støttet af (funded by) Styrelsen for Forskning og Uddannelse.

Militarization, sustainable growth and peace. Ole Wæver. 2019-2023. Funded by the Danida Fellowship Centre.

Valgundersøgelse 2019. Kasper Møller Hansen. 2019-2024. Støttet af (funded by) Økonomi- og Indenrigsministeriet.

Mobiliser Demokratisk Fællesskab. Kasper Møller Hansen. 2019-2023. Støttet af (funded by) TrygFonden.

Do no harm. Katja Jacobsen. 2018-2022. Støttet af (funded by) Norges forskningsråd.

Transnational Organised Crime at Sea (TOCAS). Christian Bueger. 2019-2022. Funded by the Partnership for Conflict, Crime & Security Research and the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) of the UK.

ISPACE – international security politics and climate engineering. Olaf Corry. 2019-2022. Funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark.

Unequal, alienated and unwell? The consequences of local economic inequality for individual and societal well-being. Peter Thisted Dinesen. 2019-2022. Funded by the Rockwool Foundation.

E Pluribus Plures: Is identity politics a new fault line in contemporary societies?Peter Thisted Dinesen. 2020-2023. Funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark.

Analyzing Maritime Insecurity in Ghana (AMARIS). Christian Bueger. 2020-2023. Funded by the Danida Fellowship Centre.