Vol 2, No 1 (2015)

Special Issue: The History of Educational Finance

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Table of Contents

Editorial

Notes from the Editorial Team PDF
Björn Norlin, Henrik Åström Elmersjö 1–2

Introduction

The History of Educational Finance PDF
Anne Berg, Samuel Edquist, Christin Mays, Johannes Westberg, Andreas Åkerlund 3–22

Articles

When Teachers Were Farmers: Teachers’ Allotted Farms and the Funding of Mass Schooling, 1838–1900 PDF
Johannes Westberg 23–48
The State and the Rise of a Continuous Popular Educational Sphere in Sweden c. 1870s–1910s PDF
Anne Berg 49–72
Demarcating Popular Education with Government Subsidies: Sweden 1911–1991 PDF
Samuel Edquist 73–96
The Economy of Scandinavian-American Exchange: Donations and Scholarships in the American-Scandinavian Foundation, 1912–1995 PDF
Christin Mays, Andreas Åkerlund 97–118
For Goodwill, Aid and Economic Growth: The Funding of Academic Exchange Through the Swedish Institute, 1945–2010 PDF
Andreas Åkerlund 119–140

Concluding Remarks

Why Do Finance? A Comment About Entanglements and Research in the History of Education PDF
Marcelo Caruso 141–149

Book Reviews

Review: Carla Aubry Kradolfer, Billig und (ge)recht? Winterthurs Schulen zwischen Politik und Ökonomie (1789-1869) PDF
Peter Bernhardsson 151–152
Review: Nancy Beadie, Education and the Creation of Capital in the Early American Republic PDF
Madeleine Michaëlsson 152–153
Review: Robert B. Archibald and David H. Feldman, Why Does College Cost So Much? PDF
Johannes Westberg 154–155
Review: Gabriele Cappelli, The Uneven Development of Italy’s Regions, 1861–1936 PDF
Johannes Westberg 155–156


ISSN: 2001-9076