Peter Munk Christiansen
Peter Munk Christiansen
Professor of Political Science, Aarhus University
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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
From corporatism to lobbyism?—Parliaments, executives, and organized interests in Denmark and Norway
PM Christiansen, H Rommetvedt
Scandinavian Political Studies 22 (3), 195-220, 1999
Varieties of democracy: Interest groups and corporatist committees in Scandinavian policy making
PM Christiansen, AS Nørgaard, H Rommetvedt, T Svensson, G Thesen, ...
Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 21 …, 2010
Disrupted exchange and declining corporatism: Government authority and interest group capability in Scandinavia
PO Öberg, T Svensson, PM Christiansen, AS Nørgaard, H Rommetvedt, ...
Government and Opposition 46 (3), 365-391, 2011
Experts in the mass media: Researchers as sources in Danish daily newspapers, 1961–2001
E Albaek, PM Christiansen, L Togeby
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 80 (4), 937-948, 2003
Faste forhold, flygtige forbindelser: Stat og interesseorganisationer i Danmark i det 20. århundrede
PM Christiansen, AS Nørgaard
Aarhus universitetsforlag, 2003
Faste forhold, flygtige forbindelser: Stat og interesseorganisationer i Danmark i det 20. århundrede
PM Christiansen, AS Nørgaard
Aarhus universitetsforlag, 2003
DeepAnomaly: Combining background subtraction and deep learning for detecting obstacles and anomalies in an agricultural field
P Christiansen, LN Nielsen, KA Steen, RN Jørgensen, H Karstoft
Sensors 16 (11), 1904, 2016
Coping with corporatism in decline and the revival of Parliament: Interest group lobbyism in Denmark and Norway, 1980–2005
H Rommetvedt, G Thesen, PM Christiansen, AS Nørgaard
Comparative Political Studies 46 (4), 457-485, 2013
Den danske elite
PM Christiansen, B Møller, L Togeby
Hans Reitzels Forlag, 2001
A prescription rejected: market solutions to problems of public sector governance
PM Christiansen
Governance 11 (3), 273-295, 1998
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
From classic to modern corporatism. Interest group representation in Danish public committees in 1975 and 2010
AS Binderkrantz, PM Christiansen
Journal of European Public Policy 22 (7), 1022-1039, 2015
Power and democracy in Denmark: Still a viable democracy
PM Christiansen, L Togeby
Scandinavian Political Studies 29 (1), 1-24, 2006
Politik og forvaltning
JG Christensen, PM Christiansen, M Ibsen
Systime Academic, 1999
Den utænkelige reform: stukturreformens tilblivlese, 2002-2005
PM Christiansen, MB Klitgaard
Forskningsprogrammet om strukturreformen og Syddansk universitetsforlag, 2008
Hvem skriver lovene? Interesseorganisationer og politiske beslutninger
PM Christiansen, AS Nørgaard, NC Sidenius
Aarhus Universitetsforlag, 2004
Does politics crowd out professional competence? The organisation of ministerial advice in Denmark and Sweden
PM Christiansen, B Niklasson, P Öhberg
West European Politics 39 (6), 1230-1250, 2016
Behind the veil of vagueness: success and failure in institutional reforms
PM Christiansen, MB Klitgaard
Journal of Public Policy 30 (2), 183-200, 2010
Reform strategies matter: explaining the perplexing results of regional government reforms in Norway and Denmark
J Blom-Hansen, PM Christiansen, AL Fimreite, P Selle
Local Government Studies 38 (1), 71-90, 2012
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