News for Sweden

AnnaKarin Swenning

9th April 2014

AnnaKarin Swenning is a consultant with Faugert & Co Utvärdering. She is a political scientist with long experience as an evaluator and analyst in the public sector. She works across the wide range of projects within all areas of the company. She also has experience of working as programme coordinator and project manager. AnnaKarin´s previous…

Anja Poedtke

9th April 2014

Anja Poedtke is the Office Manager in the Stockholm office of Technopolis. She joined Technopolis in January 2007 and is as Office Manager responsible for internal administrational functions. Before joining Technopolis

Anders Håkansson

9th April 2014

Anders Håkansson holds a Master in Political Sciences and a Master of Education, both from Stockholm University, Sweden. Anders is fluent in Swedish and English; works well in Norwegian and has a good understanding of Danish. Anders was an upper secondary school teacher before continuing his academic studies in political sciences. He started at Technopolis…

University Mergers in Sweden and Denmark

30th December 2013

The recent university mergers in Sweden and Denmark are described and investigated in this study. Good practice, processes, preconditions and problems along the way are covered. In Sweden, the merger that resulted in the Linnaeus University, the merger between the University College Gotland and Uppsala University, and the merger between Stockholm School of Teacher Education…

Sweden

21st October 2013

Stockholm

The Swedish company was founded in 1992 and joined the Technopolis Group in 2004, after several years of project-level co-operation. The company is a fully owned subsidiary of the Technopolis Group, but still trades under its well-established Swedish name Faugert & Co Utvärdering AB. The office is located in central Stockholm. The Swedish company develops…

Evaluation of Energy Efficiency Transportation Programmes

11th October 2013

Since 2010, the Swedish Energy Agency has run two parallel programmes for energy efficient transportation, one for research projects and one for technology development and implementation. The evaluation covered both programmes, and focused on quality, relevance and results achieved. A peer review of the research programme by four international experts was included.

A Meta Evaluation of the Swedish Energy Agency

16th December 2012

Technopolis Group’s meta evaluation reviewed all programme evaluations performed by the Swedish Energy Agency since 2000. It identified key learnings which were used to inform the design of a future system for project quality assessment, monitoring, evaluation and impact assessment (ex post). The overall conclusion reached through the meta evaluation is that the evaluations commissioned…