* “The Wukan uprising and Chinese state-society relations: toward ‘shadow civil society’?” International Journal of China Studies, Vol. 3, No. 3, 2012.
* “Principal-agent dilemma in China’s social media sector? The party-state and industry real-name registration waltz,” http://ijoc.org/ojs/index.php/ijoc/article/view/1643/814International Journal of Communication, No.6, October, 2012.
* “China’s Authoritarian Information Order: Dealing with New Media Capitalists and Emergent Civil Society,” in Information Orders and New Communications Technology: Democratic Hopes and Authoritarian Pitfalls, Stockholm: UI Occasional Papers, No. 10, pp. 42-56, 2012.
* “New Media Entrepreneurs in China: Allies of the party-state or civil society, in Columbia Journal of International Affairs, Vol.65, No.1. Fall/Winter 2011.
* ”Legal Legitimacy in China: the Case of ’Black Internet Cafés’,” in Making Law Work: Chinese Laws in Context, Cornell University Press, 2011
* “Foreign aid, trade and development: the strategic presence of China, Japan and Korea in Sub-Saharan Africa,” (including case study chapter by Dr Gabriel Jonsson, ‘South Korea in Africa,’ UI Occasional Paper No. 5, 2011.
* “Chinese and African views of Chinese aid, and trade in Africa,” in Challenges to an Emerging Aid Paradigm, Jens Sörensen (ed.), Palgrave/MacMillan, 2010.
* ”Contesting norms on China’s Internet? The party-state, youth, and social change,” in Nordicom Yearbook 2009: Teens Changing the World: Youth, Communication and Social Change, 2009.
* ”Moving Toward Globalizing Citizenship in India and China: The Role of Global Media,” Peace Review, 2009.
* ”Chinese eyes on Africa: Authoritarian flexibility versus Democratic Governance,” Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 2009.
* ”The limits of the China Model,” Research for The Glasshouse Forum Project on ”the return of the authoritarian capitalist powers,” http://www.glasshouseforum.org/pdf/GF_lagerkvist_chinamodel.pdf, 2008.
* ”China’s Online News Industry: Control Giving Way to Confucian Virtue,” in China’s Science and Technology Sector: Elspeth Thomson & Jon Sigurdson (eds.) World Scientific, 2008.
* Guest editor and translator of theme issue ”Chinese Views on Africa’s Development and Sino–African Cooperation,” Contemporary Chinese Thought, Vol. 40 No. 1, 2008.
* ”Internet ideotainment in China”, Journal of Contemporary China, Vol.17, no, 54, 2008.
* Between Isolation and Internationalization: the State of Burma, The Swedish Institute of International Affairs, Johan Lagerkvist (Ed.), 2008.
* ”Directing Nationalism and Containing Democracy: the Role of Online Journalism in China” in Making Online News, Eds. Chris Paterson and David Domingo, Peter Lang, 2008.
* Doctoral dissertation, China and the Internet: Unlocking and Containing the Public Sphere, Lund University Press, 2006, http://bit.ly/hsPB8R
* Guest editor for theme issue “Chinese Perceptions on globalization”, in Contemporary Chinese Thought, Vol.37, no.4, 2006.
* ”In the Crossfire of Demands: Chinese News Portals between Propaganda and the Public, in Chinese Cyberspaces: technological Changes and Political Effects, RoutledgeCurzzon, Jens Damm, Simona Thomas (eds.), 2006.
* NIAS-nytt, ” Regulating Internet Cafés in China: Economic and Political Interests in Moral Disguise?
* ”The Techno-cadre’s Dream: Administrative Reform by Electronic Governance in China Today?”, China Information, 2005.
* ” The Rise of Online Public Opinion in the PRC”, China: An International Journal, 2005.
* Guest editor for theme issue “Chinese Intellectuals’ Thoughts on the Internet” Contemporary Chinese Thought. Vol. 35 No.2, 2003.