Ivar Jonsson

Faculty of Business, Languages and Social Sciences
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Ivar Jonsson, Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, joined Østfold University College in August 2012. He previously held professor posts at NORD University, Norway, Bifröst University, Iceland, senior associate professor (docent) at Luleå University of Technology, Sweden, and associate professor at the Reykjavik University, Iceland and University of Greenland. He has published various articles and books on regional, social and economic development as well as innovation and entrepreneurship. He is the author of The Political Economy of Innovation and Entrepreneurship: From Theories to Practice, Routledge 2016.

Quotes

“Art only begins where Imitation ends.”

Oscar Wilde

It's a miracle

... a doctor in Manhattan

Saved a dying man for free

... It's a miracle

Roger Waters

Research interests

Societal implication of technical change; The future of work and social well-being; Political economy of innovation and entrepreneurship; Transformative innovation; Theories of societal transformation; Contemporary challenges to liberal democracy; Politcal and economic regimes; Interdisciplinary research methods.

Background

I. Education.

A. University:

a) D. Phil in Social Implication of Technical Change at the University of Sussex, England, 1992. Doctoral dissertation: Hegemonic Politics and Accumulation Strategies in Iceland 1944-1990: Long Waves in the World Economy, Regimes of Accumulation and Uneven Development. Small States, Microstates and Problems of World Market Adjustment.

Supervisors: Christopher Freeman, professor and former director of Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex and Michaael Dunford, professor at the School of European Studies, University of Sussex. Examinators: Bob Jessop, professor at the University of Lancaster and Andrew Sayer, professor at the University of Lancaster.

My studies were financed by the British Council and Overseas Research Scholarship.

b) M.A. in History and Philosophy of Social and Political Science, University of Essex, 1984. M.A.-dissertation: Contemporary Theories of Neo-Corporatism; A Thematic Discussion of Paradigms. Supervisor Heinz Lubasz, professor at the Dept. of History. Examinator: Bob Jessop, professor at University of Lancaster.

c) Dr.Fil-studies in Theories of Science at Gothenbourg University, Sweden 1983/1984.

My studies were financed by the Swedish Institute/ Svenska Insitutet.

d) Fil. kand.- studies in Theories of Science at Gothenbourg University, Sweden 1982.

e) B.A.-degree in Social Science (152 ECTS) with History (60 ECTS) from the University of Iceland 1980.

B. Pedagogic course:

Course in Supervision of Research and Doctoral Students’ Dissertation Work held at the Luleå University of Technology 1999. This course was taught by Dr. Johanna Essevelt, professor at the University of Lund, Sweden.

C. Other e.g.:

a) German language course at Goethe-Institut Prien am Chiemsee, W-Germany, 1985. Education financed by DAAD.

b) Artistic painting at Myndlistaskólanum í Reykjavík 1981 og 1984.

II. Competence evaluations.

E.g.

2013:

Evaluated as qualified for the post of professor of political science and public management at the NORD University, Norway.

Evaluation committee: Jon Helge Lesje, dr.philos sociology, professor, Lillehammer University College, Norway, Anders Lidström, dr. polit. political science, professor, Umea University, Sweden, Signy Irene Vabo, dr. polit. political science, professor, Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway

2011:

Evaluated as qualified for the post of professor of innovation and entrepreneurship at BI Norwegian Business School, Oslo.

Evaluation committee: Professor Sverre Knutsen, BI Norwegian Business School (leader of the committee), Professor Lene Foss, Universitetet i Tromsø, Professor Bengt Johannisson, Linnaeus University/Jonkoping University

2000

Evaluated as qualified for the post of professor of innovation and entrepreneurship at the Department of Business and Economics at the University of Iceland.

Evaluation committee: Dr. Geir Gunnlaugsson, representative of the board of the University og Iceland, Dr. Ingjaldur Hannibalsson, Geir Gunnlaugsson, representative of the Department of Business and Economics at the University of Iceland, Dr. Kári Stefánsson, founder and CEO of deCode-Genetics, representative of the Ministry of Education, Iceland.

1999

Evaluated as qualified for the post of docent of sociology  at the Department of Human Work Sciences, Faculty of Industrial Production at the Luleå University of Technology, Sweden

Evaluation committee: Professor Jan Ch. Karlsson, University of Karlstad, Sweden, and professor Johanna Essevelt, University of Lund, Sweden.

III. Work Experience.

A. Posts and work at universities:

a) Academic posts and teaching:

i. Professor of innovation and entrepreneurship at the Master program in Organisation and Leadership at the Østfold University College, Norway, since August 2012. Courses taught: Myter og moter i organisasjoner (Myths and fashions in organisations) og Organisasjoners politiske-økonomiske omgivelser (The political economic contexts of organisations). Furthermore, Supervision of MA-students who work on their MA-dissertations.  

ii. Professor of Political science at Nord University, Norway, 2014. Courses in political science co-taught in the program Master of Social Science er level in Politikk og regimer i Nordområdene (Politics and Regimes in the North Regions): Introduksjon til regimeteori (Introduction to Regime Theory), Regimer og samarbeid i Nord (Regimes and Collaboration in the North) and, Sikkerhetspolitikk (International security).

iii. Professor of innovation and entrepreneurship at the Bifröst University, Iceland, 2001-6. The main courses I taught on MA-level were History of Social and Economic Theories, Public Management and Governance in Iceland, Socio-Economic Development and Innovation and Entrepreneurship I and II. On BA-level, I taught courses in Organisation and Industrial Relations, Methodology of Business studies and Methods of Business Studies and Innovation and Entrepreneurship.Furthermore, I supervised MA-students who worked on MA-dissertations in the field of innovation and entrepreneurship and on the Icelandic welfare system. Supervised several students who wrote BA-dissertations on regional development and industrial clusters.

iv. Taught Innovation and Entrepreneurship at M.A.-level at the Agricultural University of Iceland, Hvanneyri in 2008.

v. Member of a doctoral evaluation committee on a Ph.D.-dissertation at the Department of Geography at University of Roskilde (RUC) in June 2001. The dissertation concentrated on a comparative study of local preconditions for innovation activity of companies in Iceland and Alaska, USA.

vi. Docent /Senior lecturer of sociology at the Department of Human Work Sciences, Faculty of Industrial Production at the Luleå University of Technology, Sweden, 1999-2000. Lecturer from July 1998. I taught courses in organisation theory, social psychology, methodology and sociology on BA-level. I taught a course in network theory on Ph.D.-level and supervised a Ph.D.-student that worked on industrial networks and the problem of communication via ICT between companies that are part of networks that are characterised by long distances.

vii. Associate professor at the University of Reykjavik July 2000 - January 2001. I taught Methodology of Business Research.

viii. University of Iceland in 2000-2001: I taught the following three courses in the program Industrial Relations (Atvinnulífsfræði): Management, Work Organisation and Work Culture, Economy and Society and General Sociology.

viii. Referee at the Department of Social Sciences at the University of Faroe Islands (Fróðskaparsetur Føroya) since 1998. I have evaluated several BA-dissertations and MA-dissertations.

ix. Referee in business studies at the Department of Business Studies at the University of Iceland since 2001 and Dept. of Social Sciences at the University of Iceland since 2007.

x. Associate professor of Social Economics with Innovation and Environmental Economics at the Department of Public and Business Administration at the University of Greenland from January 1995 to June 1998.

xi. Guest teacher at the Copenhagen Business School, Institute of Leadership, Politics and Philosophy in the autumn 1997 as part of a teacher exchange program of the Copnehagen Business School and the University of Greenland.

xii. Taught Industrial sociology and fisheries at the University of Akureyri in spring and autmunn term 1990.

xiii. Taught Industrial Sociology at the Department of Social Sciences at the University of Iceland 1988.

b) Administrative posts at universities:

i. Prorektor at the University of Greenland 1996-1997.

ii. Dean of Faculty of Business and Public Administration at the University of Greenland 1995-96.

iii. Member of the board of the University of Akureyri, Iceland 1990-91.

c)  Manager posts:

i. Director of the National Division of the National and University Library of Iceland 2008-12.

ii. Director of Visindagardurinn, the Knowledge Centre of East Iceland, Egilsstadir 2007-2008. The centre's role: A knowledge centre for resarch institutions and regional developmental, welfare and distance learning institutions in East Iceland.

iii. Director of the Association of Icelandic Students Studying Abroad 1980-81.

d) Expertise posts:

1991-2: Statistical Bureau of Iceland managing the OECD labour market survey and adjusting the ISCO and NACE standardised indicators to the Icelandic labour market.

1984-5: National Science Council of Iceland. I collected information for the OECD survey on research and development (R&D) and wrote reports.

e) Editor and journalist:

i. Journalist at the newspaper NT 1984-1985.

ii. Editor of the monthly University Student’s Journal 1980-81.

f) Volunteer work and experience:

i. Member of the South-Africa Movement Against Apartheid and author of a chapter in the brochure Against Apartheid, 1986-7.

ii. Member of the board of Leigjendasamtökin, Reykjavik, Iceland (The Tenants´ Association of Iceland), 1978-1980.

iii. Carpenter at the Torfusamtökin, Reykjavík, Iceland (preservation and repairing old houses) 1977-1981. 

iv. Member of the Board of the Félagsstofnun stúdenta, Háskóli Íslands (The Students´ Welfare Organisation, University of Iceland) 1976-8.

v. Elected representative in Stúdentaráð Háskóla Íslands (The Students’ Council at the University of Iceland), 1975-7.

vi. President of the Art Society, Menntaskólinn við Tjörnina (college), Reykjavik, Iceland, 1972-4.

vii. Vice-President of The Abstinence Society, Gagnafræðadeild Austurbæjarskólans (high school), Reykjavik, Iceland, 1968-1970.Appointments.

vii. Party representative at election sites in parliamentary and local elections for Alþýðuflokkurinn (People´s Party - social-democratic party), Iceland, 1966-7. 

Appointments:

E.g.

i. Reviewer of book proposals in the field of economics, innovation and entrepreneurship for the publishers Palgrave and Routledge since 2016.

ii. Leader of the research group Politics, philosophy and political economy (Politikk, økonomi og filosofi) since 2016.

iii. Faculty member of a committee that evaluated applications for the post of Associate profesor of organisation and leadership at the Østfold University College, March 2016.

iv. I have been an external reviewer at scientific journals, such as the journals Politics and Policy and Journal of Critical Realism

v. In 2015, I was the faculty appointed member and chairman of a committee that evaluated eight applications for the Østfold University College’s two Ph.D.-grants for Working life studies at the University of Karlstad, Sweden. 

vi. Faculty appointed member of a committee that developed a plan for strengthening ‘Young Entrepreneurship’ at the Østfold University College 2013.

vii. Faculty appointed member of a committee that evaluated applications for the post of professor of management of education institutions at the Østfold University College 2013.

viii. Faculty appointed member of a committee that evaluated the research and development (R&D) part of the ‘Strategic Plan and Future Vision’ of the Østfold University College 2013.

ix. Faculty appointed member of a committee that arranged search and listing of candidates for the post of rector at the Østfold University College 2012.

x. 2005: Member of a working group of the Icelandic employers’ association, SA-Business Iceland (Samtök atvinnulífsins) that formulated SA‘s innovation and entrepreneurship policy.

xi. Member of a multi-disciplinary expert group appointed by the Prime Ministry of Iceland and the municipality of Isafjordur, Iceland. The group wrote the report "ESSI: Alþjóðleg rannsóknarstofnun á sviði jarðkerfisfræða á ísafirði," (Feasibility study of establishing an International Research Institute of Earth Sciences that would concentrate on the interaction between climate change and world oceons.

xii. 2004-5: Member of Rannís’ (Research Council of Iceland) expert group on innovation policy.

xiii. 2001: Consultant for the environmental non-governmental organisation Landvernd. Task consisted of evaluating reports of the state owned energy company Landsvirkjun and multinational company Alcoa concerning mega plans for building 750 MW power-plant in the highlands of Iceland.

xiv. 1996: Consultant to the Minister of Social Affairs of Greenland on alternatives in establishing a pension funds system in Greenland 1996.

xv. 1995 to 1998 appointed by the Government of Greenland as a member of the Committee on Competition.

Awards

E.g.

1985: The British Council Scholarship (covered 100% of fees) and Overseas Research Scholarship (covered 50% of fees) awarded for studies in D. Phil in Social Implication of Technical Change at the University of Sussex, England.

1983: Swedish Institute/Svenska Insitutet grant to study at Ph.D-level Theories of Science at Gothenbourg University, Sweden.

 

 

Publications

  • Jonsson, Ivar (2016). Economic crisis and real critical junctures - on the decay of the political party system of Iceland. The Polar Journal.  ISSN 2154-896X.  6(1), s 131- 151 . doi: 10.1080/2154896X.2016.1171003 Show summary
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2014). Nýr landsmálagrundvöllur - Sjálfstæðisflokkurinn á tímamótum. Þjóðmál.  ISSN 1670-6129.  10(4), s 51- 71
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2014). Quadro Helix Dynamics - from Social Innovation to Creative Communities - A theoretical Framework, In Iréne Bernhard (ed.),  Geography of Growth: The Frequency, Nature and Consequences of Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Regions of Varying Density: Revised papers presented at the 17th Uddevalla Symposium 12–14 June, 2014, Uddevalla, Sweden.  Högskolan Väst.  ISBN 978-91-87531-02-6.  Chapter 26.  s 489 - 506
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2012). Explaining the Crisis of Iceland: A Realist View. Journal of Critical Realism.  ISSN 1476-7430.  11(1), s 5- 39
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1999). Development, learning-processes and institutionalized racism. Ethnic and Racial Studies.  ISSN 0141-9870.  22(1), s 113- 135
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1999). Race and Politics. Capital and Class.  ISSN 0309-8168.  23(3), s 182- 185
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1999). Self-government and race/ethnic relations, In M. R. Milton (ed.),  Securing northern futures: developing research partnerships.  Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press.  ISBN 189644511X.  Chapter 2.  s 66 - 75
  • Jonsson, Ivar & Marquardt, Ole (1996). Økonomisk Rationalitet: træk af homo oeconomicus figurens idéhistorie indenfor klassisk og neoklassisk (politisk) økonomi og hos Marx. Den jyske historiker.  ISSN 0109-9280.  73, s 11- 32
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1994). The Process of Globalization and Microsocieties - the Case of the West-Nordic Countries. The Internationalization Process.  ISSN 1395-1904.  s 213- 230
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1993). Regimes of Accumulation, Microeconomies and Hegemonic Politics. Capital and Class.  ISSN 0309-8168.  (50), s 49- 97
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1992). Hagvöxtur og velferð. Vísbending.  ISSN 1021-8483.  s 1- 2
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1991). Keynes’s general theory and structural competitiveness. Þjóðmál.  ISSN 1018-8398.  2(1), s 87- 117
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1991). Velferðarkerfi fyrirtækjanna, hagvöxtur og íslenska nýsköpunarkerfið. Vísbending.  ISSN 1021-8483.  s 3- 4
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1991). Velferðarkerfi heimilanna og fyrirtækjanna. Þjóðmál.  ISSN 1018-8398.  s 26- 86

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  • Jonsson, Ivar (2015). The Political Economy of Innovation and Entrepreneurship: From theories to practice. Ashgate.  ISBN 978-1-4724-6682-2.  217 s.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2010). The Transnational Capitalist Class and the Mini-Keiretzu System in Iceland. TemaNord: Nordic Council of Ministers.  ISBN 978-92-893-2016-0.  16 s.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2008). Nýsköpunar- og frumkvöðlafræði: frá kenningum til athafna. Háskólaútgáfan (University of Iceland Press).  ISBN 9789979547815.  278 s.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2008). Skref í átt að þekkingarsamfélagi. Vísindagarðurinn á Egilsstöðum.  ISBN 978-9979-70-556-7.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2007). Arbejdsmarkeder i Vestnorden : deres dynamik og særpræg. Háskólaútgáfan.  ISBN 9789979547587.  14 s.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2006). Félagshagkerfið á Íslandi. Háskólinn á Bifröst.  ISBN 9979701889.  232 s.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2001). Societal paradigms and rural development : a theoretical framework for comparative studies. Ashgate.  ISBN 0754617548.  26 s.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1998). Hjemmestyreordningen og miniøkomiernes begrænsninger. Ilisimatusarfik.  ISBN 87-90393-12-0.  12 s.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1997). Reflexive modernization, organizational dependency and global systems of embedded development - a post-colonial view. Atuakkiorfik.  ISBN 8755812775.  15 s.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1996). Informationstekniologien og bæredygtig udvikling. Grønlands Teknologiske Selskab.  ISBN 87-985800-1-9.  10 s.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1995). West-Nordic countries in crisis: neo-structuralism, collective entrepreneurship and microsocieties facing global systems of innovation. Nyt fra Samfundsvidenskaberne.  ISBN 9788770342827.  192 s.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1994). Collective Entrepreneurship and Microeconomies. Nordic Arctic Research Forum.  ISBN 8773074713.  23 s.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1992). Microeconomies and Regimes of Accumulation; An Analytical Framework. NARF.  ISBN 8773074527.  24 s.
  • Jonsson, Ivar & Jonsson, Fannar (1992). Innri hringurinn og íslensk fyrirtæki. Félags- og hagvísindastofnun Íslands.  ISBN 9979903201.  129 s.

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  • Jonsson, Ivar (2018). Fra tradisjonell til transformativ innovasjon.
  • Jonsson, Ivar & Mosesdottir, Lilja (2018). Innovation systems at a crossroads: Implementing systems of transformative innovation.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2017, 05. desember). Hugtakið "appropriation". [Internett].  Reykjavik.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2017, 04. oktober). Sósíalistaflokkurinn – hvað ber að gera?. [Internett].  Reykjavik.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2015). Sjálfstæðisflokkur í sjálfheldu - Fjórflokkurinn í kreppu. Morgunblaðið.  ISSN 1021-7266.  s 27- 27
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2015). UNDERSTANDING EUROPEAN MOVEMENTS. NEW SOCIAL MOVEMENT, GLOBAL JUSTICE STRUGGLES, ANTI-AUSTERITY PROTEST. Saga - Tímarit Sögufélags.  ISSN 0256-8411.  (1), s 195- 197
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2014). From social innovation to creative communities.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2013). Sálumessa félagshyggjunnar. Morgunblaðið.  ISSN 1021-7266.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2012). Frumvarp stjórnlagaráðs óásættanlegt. Samstaða. . doi: www.xc.is
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2012). Hugmyndafræði SAMSTÖÐU. Samstaða. . doi: www.xc.is
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2012). Sérfræðingaræði gegn lýðræði. Samstaða.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2011). Erlendar fjárfestingar – til hvers?. Morgunblaðið.  ISSN 1021-7266.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2011). Hálaunaskattar til hagsbóta - yfirstétt til óþurftar. Morgunblaðið.  ISSN 1021-7266.  s 18- 18
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2011). „Vinstri“ ríkisstjórn gegn atvinnulýðræði – nýfrjálshyggja í verki. Morgunblaðið.  ISSN 1021-7266.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2010). Kreppa Sjálfstæðisflokksins og endursköpun hugmyndafræðinnar. Morgunblaðið.  ISSN 1021-7266.  s 18- 18
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2010). Lýðræði og forsetaræði. Morgunblaðið.  ISSN 1021-7266.  s 16- 16
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2010). Slys í sögu Sjálfstæðisflokksins. Morgunblaðið.  ISSN 1021-7266.  s 18- 18
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2010). Study on the implementation of the Regulation 1435/2003 on the Statute for European Cooperative Society (SCE): Part II: National report Iceland.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2010). The role of sovereignty in sustainable social development.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2009). Evran og íslenska örhagkerfið. Smugan. . doi: http://wayback.vefsafn.is/wayback/20090306140229/http://www.smugan.is/pistlar/adsendar-greinar/nr/862
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2009). Gildasósíalisminn og félagshyggjan á Bretlandi.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2009). Icesave-dæmið gæti kostað 3.000 milljarða en ekki 700. Morgunblaðið.  ISSN 1021-7266.  s 21- 21
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2009). Sjálfstæðisbaráttan fyrr og nú. Morgunblaðið.  ISSN 1021-7266.  s 22- 22
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2008). Regional Policy in the Post-Globalization Era.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2008). Samfunnsvitenskapenes rolle og regional utvikling.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2008). Upptaka Evru er tímaskekkja. Fréttablaðið.  ISSN 1670-3871.  s 14- 14
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2007). Athugun á forsendum Háskóla Austurlands.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2007). From independence to Absentee Capitalism – On the Rise of the New Transnational Capitalist Class (TNCC) in Iceland.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2007). Árangursmat á samningi ríkisins og sveitarfélaganna á Austurlandi frá 14. maí 2001 og 15. mars 2005 um menningarmál.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2006). Af hverju ég er ekki kristinn.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2005). Arbetsmarknaden i Västnorden.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2004). Fyrirtækjaklasar og félagsauður - lykilhugtök nýrrar byggðastefnu. Fyrri hluti. Viðskiptablaðið.  s 10- 10
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2004). Fyrirtækjaklasar og félagsauður - lykilhugtök nýrrar byggðastefnu. Seinni hluti. Viðskiptablaðið.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2004). Knowledge Society and Regional Innovation Clusters.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2004). Stjórnendaveiki. Morgunblaðið.  ISSN 1021-7266.  s 8- 8
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2003). Co-ops and Globalisation.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2003). Húsnæðissamvinnufélög - valkostur í húsnæðismálum(Housing Cooperatives - a feasible alternative).
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2003). Samfélagsleg ábyrgð fyrirtækja vannýtt auðlind. Morgunblaðið.  ISSN 1021-7266.  s 10- 11
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2003). Samvinnuhreyfingar Bandaríkjanna, Bretlands, Íslands og Svíþjóðar: tilvikarannsókn.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2003). The State of Icelandic Coops Today.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2002). Nýsköpun og svæðisbundnir fyrirtækjaklasar.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2002). Towards a new social economy: on ruralism and the struggle of the cooperative movement in Iceland in the pre-war era.
  • Jonsson, Ivar & Karlsson, Vífill (2002). Borgarbyggð og Bifröst – Sambúð háskóla og byggðarlags.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2001). Samfélagsáhrif vegna Kárahnjúkavirkjunar - athugasemdir, I: Kristín Einarsdóttir (red.),  Kárahnjúkavirkjun og álver í Reyðarfirði.  Landvernd.  9.  s 39 - 40
  • Jonsson, Ivar (2001). Skýrsla Reyðaráls hf . um mat á samfélagslegum og efnahagslegum áhrifum álvers í Reyðarfirði (unnið af Nýsi hf.), I: Kristín Einarsdóttir (red.),  Kárahnjúkavirkjun og álver í Reyðarfirði.  Landvernd.  9.  s 41 - 42
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1999). Nation building in the late-modern era.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1999). Societal Paradigms and Rural Development -the Case of Iceland.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1998). Societal Competitiveness, Networks and International Division of Labour.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1997). Approaching Coping Strategies, Minieconomies and Neo-structuralism; Notes Concerning Greenland.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1997). From Home Rule to Independence New opportunities for a New Generation in Greenland.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1997). Lecture:Self-Government and Race/Ethnic Relations.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1996). Building an Innovation System; Greenland's Challenge.
  • Jonsson, Ivar & Mosesdottir, Lilja (1996). Grønland kan selv. Sermitsiak.
  • Jonsson, Ivar & Mosesdottir, Lilja (1996). Grønland kann sjálvt. Sosialurin.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1994). Nýsköpun, tæknigarðar og erlendar fjárfestingar. Fyrri hluti. Viðskiptablaðið.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1994). Nýsköpun, tæknigarðar og erlendar fjárfestingar. Seinni hluti. Viðskiptablaðið.  s 8- 9
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1994). The Process of Globalization and Microsocieties; the case of the West-Nordic Countries.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1993). Collective Entrepreneurship and Microeconomies.
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1993). Ísland og alþjóðavæðing vinnumarkaða (Iceland and the internationalisation of labour markets).
  • Jonsson, Ivar (1993). Íslensk hagstjórn í rusli. Vikublaðið.  ISSN 1670-4002.  s 7- 7
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