Decision published

12 December 2017

Total amount granted: SEK 10 500 000

Scientific journal grant

The Swedish Research Council has made decisions for scientific journal grants within humanities and social sciences for the period 2018–2020.

Decision published 14:00 12 December 2017

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Approval rate

Number of applications

Number approved

Approval rate

42

17

40 %

 

Grant amount

Total amount approved

Average grant per year

10 500 000

205 882

 

Amount approved per journal orientation

Orientation

Total amount approved

Literature

1 830 000

History

1 500 000

Pedagogy

930 000

Gender studies, other humanities

900 000

Antique science

600 000

History of science and ideas

600 000

Cultural studies, gender studies

600 000

Cultural studies, human interaction with ICT and other humanities

600 000

Cultural studies, interdisciplinary studies within social sciences

600 000

Musicology, music, pedagogy

600 000

Sociology (excluding social work, social psychology)

600 000

Studies of individual languages, comparative linguistics and general linguistics

600 000

Studies of individual languages

540 000

Total

10 500 000

 

What happens next?

 

PubliSHED ON 12 December 2017

UpDATED ON 23 November 2018

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