Marcel Hanegraaff
Marcel Hanegraaff
Associate professor University of Amsterdam
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Balancing inside and outside lobbying: The political strategies of lobbyists at global diplomatic conferences
M Hanegraaff, JAN Beyers, I De Bruycker
European Journal of Political Research 55 (3), 568-588, 2016
Open the door to more of the same? The development of interest group representation at the WTO
M Hanegraaff, J Beyers, C Braun
World Trade Review 10 (4), 447-472, 2011
Making inference across mobilisation and influence research: Comparing top-down and bottom-up mapping of interest systems
J Berkhout, J Beyers, C Braun, M Hanegraaff, D Lowery
Political Studies 66 (1), 43-62, 2018
Transnational advocacy over time: business and NGO mobilization at UN climate summits
M Hanegraaff
Global Environmental Politics 15 (1), 83-104, 2015
Is the EU different? Comparing the diversity of national and EU-level systems of interest organisations
J Berkhout, M Hanegraaff, C Braun
West European Politics 40 (5), 1109-1131, 2017
The domestic and global origins of transnational advocacy: Explaining lobbying presence during WTO ministerial conferences
M Hanegraaff, C Braun, D De Bièvre, J Beyers
Comparative Political Studies 48 (12), 1591-1621, 2015
The paradox of collective action: Linking interest aggregation and interest articulation in EU legislative lobbying
I De Bruycker, J Berkhout, M Hanegraaff
Governance 32 (2), 295-312, 2019
More business as usual? Explaining business bias across issues and institutions in the European Union
M Hanegraaff, J Berkhout
Journal of European Public Policy 26 (6), 843-862, 2019
United in fear: Interest group coalition formation as a weapon of the weak?
M Hanegraaff, A Pritoni
European Union Politics 20 (2), 198-218, 2019
WTO judicial politics and EU trade policy: Business associations as vessels of special interest?
A Poletti, D De Bièvre, M Hanegraaff
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 18 (1), 196-215, 2016
Interest groups at transnational negotiation conferences: Goals, strategies, interactions, and influence
M Hanegraaff
Global Governance 21, 599, 2015
Balancing friends and foes: Explaining advocacy styles at global diplomatic conferences
J Beyers, M Hanegraaff
The Review of International Organizations 12 (3), 461-484, 2017
Balancing friends and foes: Explaining advocacy styles at global diplomatic conferences
J Beyers, M Hanegraaff
The Review of International Organizations 12 (3), 461-484, 2017
International institutions and interest mobilization: The WTO and lobbying in EU and US trade policy
D De Bièvre, J Beyers
Journal of World Trade 50 (2), 2016
Should I stay or should I go? Explaining variation in nonstate actor advocacy over time in global governance
M Hanegraaff, J Vergauwen, J Beyers
Governance 33 (2), 287-304, 2020
Explaining the patterns of contacts between interest groups and political parties: Revising the standard model for populist times
J Berkhout, M Hanegraaff, P Statsch
Party Politics 27 (3), 418-429, 2021
Explaining varying lobbying styles across the Atlantic: An empirical test of the cultural and institutional explanations
M Hanegraaff, A Poletti, J Beyers
Journal of Public Policy 37 (4), 459-486, 2017
Is politics under increasing corporate sway? A longitudinal study on the drivers of corporate access
E Aizenberg, M Hanegraaff
West European Politics 43 (1), 181-202, 2020
Standing in a crowded room: Exploring the relation between interest group system density and access to policymakers
M Hanegraaff, J van der Ploeg, J Berkhout
Political Research Quarterly 73 (1), 51-64, 2020
The funding of interest groups in the EU: are the rich getting richer?
M Crepaz, M Hanegraaff
Journal of European Public Policy 27 (1), 102-121, 2020
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