(Selection) (Papers without link to PDF are available on request)
Full report from concluding conference on the Power, Welfare Democracy research programme (with Vegar Arnesen and Kristian Stokke) Power, welfare and democracy: Lessons from Indonesia in Comparative Perspectives, especially Myanmar and Scandinavia. University of Oslo, 29-30 Nov. 2017. PDF
Research-Based Democracy Promotion. Learning from an Indonesian Pilot Programme. Report commissioned by the Swedish development Co-operation Agency with the Norwegian Embassy to Jakarta. Oslo and Jogjakarta: University of Oslo and the PCD Press 2008. For the basic conclusions, see ‘Appendix 1: Implementation against odds: The Indonesian Story’ (self-evaluation of the research based democracy promotion in Indonesia), in Törnquist, O. Assessing Dynamics of Democratisation’ (2013) cit. with PDF in book section
Democratic Political Blocks (DPBs) (With the affiliated association of politicians for meaningful democracy (pmd) What? Why? How?) Internal Report for Demos, December 2007.
‘The Role Of Democracy in Aceh’ Paper to 7th EUROSEAS Conference at University of Naples, 12-15 September 2007: Panel 32: The Politics of Post-Conflict Aceh: In-depth Analysis and Comparative Perspectives.
‘Problems and Option of Scaling-Up and Building Democratic Representation’, Contribution on early results from field studies to Demos executive report on preliminary conclusions from thematic studies, Jakarta April 2007.
Labour, Capital and Post Colonial Democracy Comparative Notes From Indonesia And India. Draft paper to Conference on “Trade Unions and Politics: Africa in a Comparative Perspective”, Johannesburg, 21-22 July, and the RC 44 sessions at the International Sociological Association World Congress, Durban, 23-29, July, 2006.
Four Questions to Experienced Pro-Democrats in Indonesia on the Major Dilemmas of Moving Ahead. Manuscript for Demos, Jogjakarta 2006.
‘The New Local Civil Society: Perspectives from the North and The South’. Paper to The Forum for Local Democracy, University of Oslo, February 2, 2006.
Politicisation and Democracy: Towards Contextual South-North Comparisons under Global Neo-Liberalism, Project proposal to the Oslo University Politics Department's joint research programme, November, 18, 2004.
Riset Nasional Demos Putaran Ii (2004/2005). Masalah-Masalah dan Pilihan-Pilihan Demokratisasi Di Indonesia. Kuesioner. (with A. E. Priyono et al) Jakarta: Demos, 2004.
Re-Politicisation of Democracy In Developing Countries: Reflections on an Emerging Trend, Paper toworkshop on 'Supporting Political Party Systems', arranged by SIDA and the Collegium for Development Studies, University of Uppsala, October 13, 2004; Published in an anthology from Sida, Stockholm, Sweden.
‘Democratic Actors and Their Constituents in Indonesia’, in Report from the International Conference on Democracy and Human Rights, Göteborg, 2-5 October, 2003. Centre for Asien Studies, Göteborgs Universitet, 2004.
Assessing and Supporting Democratisation in Indonesia: A User Oriented Approach. Proposal to NORAD and Sida for an integrated Democracy Research and Studies Programme, University of Oslo, December 2002.
Towards an Actor Oriented Approach to Democratisation Assessment, Paper to “democracy Assessment and Indicators: a Global Policy-Development Seminar, Organised by International IDEA and the Local Politics and Democratisation Network, University of Oslo, 21-22, October 2002.
The Missing Link in New Popular Politics of Democratisation, Paper to the ECPR workshop on Parties, Party Systems and Democratic Consolidation, Grenoble, 6-11, April, 2001.
The Role of Labour Unions in the Process of Democratisation in Asia (Eds. with Gunnar Handeland), Centre for Development and the Environment, University of Oslo, 2000.
The 9 Asia Workshop Hearings 1999-2000, in co-operation with the Norwegian Ministry for Foreign Affairs.
Kritiska variabler i förhållandet mellan staten och det civila samhället illustrerat av utvecklingen i Indonesien – Key note paper to seminar on Demokratisering og ökonomisk utvikling - hva kommer först? Lom, Fossheim (arrangerat av FNI). 1999-10-14.
Democratic Actors and Their Constituents in Indonesia: Joint report on the ongoing project about democratic processes till the fall of Suharto and proposal to continue by analysing the role and capacity of democratic actors during the current transition from authoritarian rule – “From Crackdown to Democracy?”; (with Arief Budiman). Oslo, Jakarta and Melbourne, Sept. 1998
Of Civil Society: Theoretical Reflections with Indian and Southeast Asian Illustrations, Contribution to the conference Civil Society, Authoritarianism, and Globalisation Stockholm/Bergendal. 1998-09.
The Dynamics of Democratisation in Indonesia: A Comparative Perspective – Paper read at the 1998 seminar series Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, Perth. 1998-12-16.
Problems of Democratisation in Indonesia – the EUROSEAS 98 conference: Looking forward, Looking Back, Hamburg. 1998-09 and the Conference on Democratisation in Indonesia and the question of East Timor Jakarta; Universitas Paramadina Mulya. 1998-11-30.
The Transition to Democracy In Indonesia – Key-note paper to the conference Toward structural reforms for democratisation in Indonesia: Problems and Prospects Jakarta (Indonesian Institute of Scienses and Ford Foundation). 1998-08.
Aborted Democratisation: Suharto's Victory and the IMF's Lack of an Alternative – Key note paper to seminar on Indonesia's Crisis: Roots and Prospects Nobelinstitutet, Oslo (organiser: The Pacific Asia Network). 1998-04-21
Politics, Parties and Democratisation: Theoretical Reflections on Concrete Cases in Indonesia, Kerala and The Philippines -- ECPR Joint sessions 1998; Workshop 2:Change and Continuity in the Roles of Parties in Democratisation, University of Warwick, UK. 1998-03
Analysis of the Situation In Indonesia: The Wild Beast and The Sleeping Beauty,report to Indonesia hearing with the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs, 1998-02-16.
Kommentarer till världsbanksrapporten om stat och styre i den tredje världen, Paper to Norsk Institutt for by- og regionforskning, Oslo. 1997-12-11
On Popular Philippine Politics of Democratisation in Comparative Perspective -- European Conference on Philippine Studies Aix-en-Provence. 1997-04-27.
Marginal Notes on Impressive Attempts -- On the Efforts at Democractic Decentralisation and Planning from Below in Kerala; Paper to International Kerala Conference, New Dehli. 1996-12-09.
Summary of Tentative Conclusions from Restudy of the Popular Politics of Democratisation in the Philippines.Uppsala University, 1995.
New Popular Movements and the Middle Classes in the Process of Democratisation. Paper to the 1 st. European Association for South-East Asian Studies Conference, Leiden, June 1995.
(with Anders Uhlin), Democracy in the Third World: Frontiers of Research and Possible Syntheses, Uppsala and Lund, January 1995.
’Synpunkter på Sarec's fortsatta stöd till forskning om demokrati och mänskliga rättigheter’ (1994) /op.cit. Debate-academic focus and freedom)
What's Wrong with Third World Marxism? Political Lessons from Indonesia, India and the Philippines: The Akut-series no.44, Uppsala University, 1991. (Also (somewhat shortened) in Frontier (Calcutta) Vol 23, no. 43, June 8, 1991.)
State and Agrarian Transformation: Critique of an Indian and Indonesian debate. Working paper Uppsala University 1989.
U-landsforskare i Uppsala med intresse för samhällsvetenskapliga utvecklingsproblem, en kartläggning 1986/87. (Social science oriented scholars on the third world in Uppsala with an intertest in problems of development: an annotated inventory), Uppsala University, the Faculty of Social Sciences, 1987.
Problems of Radical Peasant Struggles in Contemporary Indonesia, in Rural Transformation in Southeast Asia, (Eds.) Christer Gunnarsson, Mason C. Hoadley, and Peter Wad, Nordic Association for Southeast Asian Studies, Lund, 1987
Problems of Radical Political Strategy under the Rise of New Capitalism: South and Southeast Asia in a comparative perspective; The Akut-series no. 28, Uppsala 1984.
Utvecklingen i tredje världen och den svenska utvecklingsforskningens relevans, (1984) cit. in section Debate-Academic debate and freedom
Problems of Class Analysis — Contradictions and Social Movements in the Third World: Report from a Nordic seminar, Uppsala, April 23-25, 1982. The Akut-series no.23, Uppsala University, 1982.
U-landspolitik på storföretagens villkor. (with Björn Beckman); Kommentarer till 1977 års Industribiståndsutredning.(SWEDIC: Swedish third world policy conditioned by big-business. Comments on the 1977 committee report on assistance for industrial development), Uppsala University, the Akut-group, 1977.
Flying dogs. Delicious, they say, in Tentena. C. Sulawesi