Tobias Nielsén

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Tobias Nielsén (born 1975) is a graduated economist from Stockholm School of Economics and Columbia Business School, New York, publisher and writer. He began his career as a journalist for the Swedish newspaper Expressen in 1995 and later founded the publishing house/research firm Volante where he now is CEO and publisher.[1] Nielsén is also running the blog www.kulturekonomi.se together with researcher Emma Stenström. In 2009 he was nominated for the "Cultural Policy Research Award", established by the European Commission.[2]

In 2013 Nielsén was named one of Sweden's 101 Super Talents by the business weekly magazine "Veckans Affärer".[3]

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  • Nielsén, Tobias (2013), "Fragile Creativity: Lessons from the rise and fall, and rise again, of Sweden’s biggest rock festival", in Lindeborg, Lisbeth--Lindkvist, Lars (eds.), The Value of Arts and Culture for Regional Development, London: Routledge.
  • Nielsén, Tobias (2013), "Passion och innovation", in Strömbäck, Jesper (ed.), Framtidsutmaningar: Det nya Sverige, Stockholm: 8tto.
  • Nielsén, Tobias et al. (2010), Creative Business — 10 lessons to help you build a business your way. Stockholm: Volante.
  • Nielsén, Tobias — Rydell, Anders (red. 2010), “Noll Noll: decenniet som förändrade världen”, Volante.
  • Nielsén, Tobias et al. (2006), The Eriba Model – an effective and successful policy framework for the creative industries. Stockholm: The Knowledge Foundation.

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