Heikki Patomäki

Heikki Patomäki

Heikki Patomäki is a social scientist, activist, and Professor of World Politics and Global Political Economy at the University of Helsinki. His research focuses on philosophy and methodology of social sciences, peace and futures studies, and global political economy, justice, and democracy. His most recent books include World Statehood: The Future of World Politics, Debating the War in Ukraine: Counterfactual Histories and Future Possibilities, and The Three Fields of Global Political Economy. He is a founding member of the new Helsinki Centre for Global Political Economy (Helsinki-GPE) and Vice Chair of the EuroMemo network for 2021–25.

GTI Contributions
Constructing World Political Agency
GTI Forum
Constructing World Political Agency
Contribution to GTI Forum What’s Next for the Global Movement?
January 2024

DiEM25: Democracy in Europe and Beyond
GTI Forum
DiEM25: Democracy in Europe and Beyond
Contribution to GTI Forum Experiments in Movement Unity
November 2023

Emerging Stories to Live By
GTI Forum
Emerging Stories to Live By
Contribution to GTI Forum Big History and Great Transition
May 2023

Economic Impacts of Population Reduction
GTI Forum
Economic Impacts of Population Reduction
Contribution to GTI Forum The Population Debate Revisited
August 2022

The Long View
GTI Forum
The Long View
Contribution to GTI Forum Can Human Solidarity Globalize?
August 2021


Conjuring the Spirits of the Present
GTI Forum
Conjuring the Spirits of the Present
Contribution to GTI Forum Planetize the Movement!
April 2020

Think Cosmically, Act Globally
GTI Forum
Think Cosmically, Act Globally
Contribution to GTI Forum Think Globally, Act Locally?
August 2019

A World Political Party: The Time Has Come
Essay
A World Political Party: The Time Has Come
February 2019
How can we take control of our common future? A world party can provide the overarching political agency we need.

Author's Response: Roundtable on a World Party
Roundtable
Author's Response to GTI Roundtable Party Time?
February 2019
Heikki Patomäki addresses points raised by the contributors to this roundtable.