Peter B. Mortensen
Peter B. Mortensen
Professor, Political Science, Aarhus University
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Punctuated equilibrium in comparative perspective
FR Baumgartner, C Breunig, C Green‐Pedersen, BD Jones, ...
American Journal of Political Science 53 (3), 603-620, 2009
Punctuated equilibrium theory: Explaining stability and change in public policymaking
FR Baumgartner, BD Jones, PB Mortensen
Theories of the policy process, 55-101, 2018
Who sets the agenda and who responds to it in the Danish parliament? A new model of issue competition and agenda‐setting
C Green‐Pedersen, PB Mortensen
European Journal of Political Research 49 (2), 257-281, 2010
A general empirical law of public budgets: A comparative analysis
BD Jones, FR Baumgartner, C Breunig, C Wlezien, S Soroka, M Foucault, ...
American Journal of Political Science 53 (4), 855-873, 2009
Effects of the core functions of government on the diversity of executive agendas
W Jennings, S Bevan, A Timmermans, G Breeman, S Brouard, ...
Comparative Political Studies 44 (8), 1001-1030, 2011
Comparing government agendas: Executive speeches in the Netherlands, United Kingdom, and Denmark
PB Mortensen, C Green-Pedersen, G Breeman, L Chaqués-Bonafont, ...
Comparative Political Studies 44 (8), 973-1000, 2011
Avoidance and engagement: Issue competition in multiparty systems
C Green‐Pedersen, PB Mortensen
Political Studies 63 (4), 747-764, 2015
Do the media set the parliamentary agenda? A comparative study in seven countries
R Vliegenthart, S Walgrave, FR Baumgartner, S Bevan, C Breunig, ...
European Journal of Political Research 55 (2), 283-301, 2016
Policy punctuations in Danish local budgeting
PB Mortensen
Public Administration 83 (4), 931-950, 2005
Policy stability and organizational performance: Is there a relationship?
SC Andersen, PB Mortensen
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 20 (1), 1-22, 2010
Stability and punctuations in public spending: A comparative study of budget functions
C Breunig, C Koski, PB Mortensen
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 20 (3), 703-722, 2010
Government responses to fiscal austerity: the effect of institutional fragmentation and partisanship
C Jensen, PB Mortensen
Comparative Political Studies 47 (2), 143-170, 2014
The incumbency bonus revisited: Causes and consequences of media dominance
C Green-Pedersen, PB Mortensen, G Thesen
British Journal of Political Science 47 (1), 131-148, 2017
Public sector reform and blame avoidance effects
PB Mortensen
Journal of Public Policy 33 (2), 229-253, 2013
Political attention and public policy: A study of how agenda setting matters
PB Mortensen
Scandinavian Political Studies 33 (4), 356-380, 2010
Rules and the doctrine of performance management
MLF Jakobsen, PB Mortensen
Public Administration Review 76 (2), 302-312, 2016
Institutional effects of changes in political attention: Explaining organizational changes in the top bureaucracy
PB Mortensen, C Green-Pedersen
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 25 (1), 165-189, 2015
“It's the Central Government's Fault”: Elected Regional Officials' Use of Blame‐Shifting Rhetoric
PB Mortensen
Governance 25 (3), 439-461, 2012
The bureaucracy and the policy agenda
M Baekgaard, PB Mortensen, H Bech Seeberg
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 28 (2), 239-253, 2018
Priming, issue ownership, and party support: The electoral gains of an issue-friendly media agenda
G Thesen, C Green-Pedersen, PB Mortensen
Political Communication 34 (2), 282-301, 2017
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