Helene Helboe Pedersen
Helene Helboe Pedersen
Associate professor in political science, Aarhus University
Verified email at ps.au.dk
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Interest group access to the bureaucracy, parliament, and the media
AS Binderkrantz, PM Christiansen, HH Pedersen
Governance 28 (1), 95-112, 2015
2562015
How intra-party power relations affect the coalition behaviour of political parties
HH Pedersen
Party Politics 16 (6), 737-754, 2010
772010
A privileged position? The influence of business interests in government consultations
AS Binderkrantz, PM Christiansen, HH Pedersen
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 24 (4), 879-896, 2014
722014
Who gives evidence to parliamentary committees? A comparative investigation of parliamentary committees and their constituencies
H Helboe Pedersen, D Halpin, A Rasmussen
The Journal of Legislative Studies 21 (3), 408-427, 2015
642015
What do parties want? Policy versus office
H Helboe Pedersen
West European Politics 35 (4), 896-910, 2012
622012
What is access? A discussion of the definition and measurement of interest group access
AS Binderkrantz, HH Pedersen, J Beyers
European Political Science 16, 306-321, 2017
612017
Is measuring interest group influence a mission impossible? The case of interest group influence in the Danish parliament
HH Pedersen
Interest Groups & Advocacy 2 (1), 27-47, 2013
592013
Minority coalition governance in Denmark
FJ Christiansen, HH Pedersen
Party Politics 20 (6), 940-949, 2014
502014
Lobbying across arenas: Interest group involvement in the legislative process in d enmark
HH Pedersen, AS Binderkrantz, PM Christiansen
Legislative Studies Quarterly 39 (2), 199-225, 2014
362014
Policy-seeking parties in multiparty systems: Influence or purity?
HH Pedersen
Party Politics 18 (3), 297-314, 2012
302012
Campaigning on behalf of the party? Party constraints on candidate campaign personalisation
T Bøggild, HH Pedersen
European Journal of Political Research 57 (4), 883-899, 2018
282018
Differences and changes in Danish party organisations: central party organisation versus parliamentary party group power
HH Pedersen
The Journal of Legislative Studies 16 (2), 233-250, 2010
252010
Political personalization and personalized politics within and beyond the behavioural arena
HH Pedersen, G Rahat
Party Politics 27 (2), 211-219, 2021
242021
The rise of citizen groups? The mobilization and representation of Danish interest groups, 1975–2010
A Skorkjær Binderkrantz, HM Fisker, HH Pedersen
Scandinavian Political Studies 39 (4), 291-311, 2016
222016
Do leadership changes improve electoral performance?
HH Pedersen, G Schumacher
The politics of party leadership: A cross-national perspective 2015, 149-164, 2015
202015
The lobbying success of citizen and economic groups in Denmark and the UK
AS Binderkrantz, HH Pedersen
Acta Politica 54 (1), 75-103, 2019
172019
Etableringen af politiske forlig som parlamentarisk praksis
HH Pedersen
Politica 43 (1), 48-67, 2011
132011
Organisationer i politik
AS Binderkrantz, PM Christiansen, HH Pedersen
Danske interesseorganisationer i forvaltning, Folketing og medier, Hans …, 2014
112014
Class categories and the subjective dimension of class: the case of D enmark
GS Harrits, HH Pedersen
The British journal of sociology 69 (1), 67-98, 2018
92018
Politiske forlig i dansk politik 1850-2001: en analyse af sammenhængen mellem mindretalsparlamentarisme og forekomsten af forpligtende lovgivningskoalitioner
HH Pedersen
Institut for Statskundskab, 2005
82005
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