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Tiden (Swedish: The Times) is a quarterly theoretical political journal published in Stockholm, Sweden, since 1908. It is organ of the Social Democratic Party. Its original subtitle was Tidskrift för socialistisk kritik och politik (Swedish: Journal of Socialist Criticism and Politics). It is later changed to Socialdemokratisk idé- och debattidskrift (Swedish: Magazine of the Social Democratic Views and Debate).
History and profile
Tiden was a monthly publication from 1908 to 1917. In the period between 1918 and 1929 it came out eight times per year. Then it was published ten times per year from 1930 to 1992. From 1999 its frequency was switched to bimonthly. It is published by Tankesmedjan Tiden, a leftist think tank founded in 2006, on a quarterly basis. The magazine is headquartered in Stockholm.
Editors and contributors
Many leading politicians from the Social Democratic Party edited Tiden, including its founder Hjalmar Branting. The others included Pierre Schori and Gösta Edgren. Since March 2018 its editor-in-chief has been Payam Moula.
The contributors of Tiden have been mostly members of the party. One of them was Birgitta Dahl who published articles on gender equality. However, it also has had international contributors such as German political scientist Fritz Croner who used the term planned economy for the first time in Tiden during World War I referring to German economic planning. A well-known Swedish economist Gunnar Myrdal also contributed to Tiden publishing articles on the planning of economy in Sweden.
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- ^ a b "Om Tiden". Tiden (in Swedish). Retrieved 15 August 2022.
- ^ Timothy A. Tilton (Spring 1987). "Why don't the Swedish Social Democrats Nationalize Industry?". Scandinavian Studies. 59 (2): 150. JSTOR 40918846.
- ^ a b c d e f "Nyckeltitel: Tiden" (in Swedish). Libris. Retrieved 15 August 2022.
- ^ Sigurd Allern; Ester Pollack (2020). "The Role of Think Tanks in the Swedish Political Landscape". Scandinavian Political Studies. 43 (3): 154. doi:10.1111/1467-9477.12180.
- ^ a b Ian R. Barnes (September 1980). "The Changing Nature of the Swedish Aid Relationship During the Social Democratic Period of Government". Cooperation and Conflict. 15 (3): 146. doi:10.1177/001083678001500302.
- ^ Leila Brännström; Markus Gunneflo (2022). "Swedish Foreign Policy Feminisms: Women, Social Democracy and Capitalism". The Australian Feminist Law Journal: 19. doi:10.1080/13200968.2022.2088189.
- ^ a b Sami Outinen (2020). "From Democratic Socialism and Rational Planning to Postmodern Identity Politics and Market-Orientation: Ideological Development of the Social Democrats in Sweden and Finland in the Late 20th Century". Työväentutkimus: 8. doi:10.37456/tvt.91142.
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