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Interest group strategies: Navigating between privileged access and strategies of pressure
A Binderkrantz
Political studies 53 (4), 694-715, 2005
4142005
Interest group access to the bureaucracy, parliament, and the media
AS Binderkrantz, PM Christiansen, HH Pedersen
Governance 28 (1), 95-112, 2015
2932015
Different groups, different strategies: How interest groups pursue their political ambitions
A Binderkrantz
Scandinavian Political Studies 31 (2), 173-200, 2008
2052008
Interest groups in the media: Bias and diversity over time
AS Binderkrantz
European Journal of Political Research 51 (1), 117-139, 2012
1252012
Customizing strategy: Policy goals and interest group strategies
AS Binderkrantz, S Krøyer
Interest Groups & Advocacy 1 (1), 115-138, 2012
1122012
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
922014
Policy or processes in focus?
A Skorkjær Binderkrantz, C Green-Pedersen
The International Journal of Press/Politics 14 (2), 166-185, 2009
832009
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
762017
Comparing the domestic and the EU lobbying context: perceived agenda-setting influence in the multi-level system of the European Union
AS Binderkrantz, A Rasmussen
Journal of European Public Policy 22 (4), 552-569, 2015
762015
Explaining breadth of policy engagement: Patterns of interest group mobilization in public policy
DR Halpin, AS Binderkrantz
Journal of European Public Policy 18 (2), 201-219, 2011
732011
Diversity in the news? A study of interest groups in the media in the UK, Spain and Denmark
AS Binderkrantz, LC Bonafont, DR Halpin
British journal of political science 47 (2), 313-328, 2017
712017
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
672015
Governing Danish agencies by contract: From negotiated freedom to the shadow of hierarchy
AS Binderkrantz, JG Christensen
Journal of public policy 29 (1), 55-78, 2009
672009
Agency performance and executive pay in government: An empirical test
AS Binderkrantz, JG Christensen
Journal of public administration research and theory 22 (1), 31-54, 2012
622012
Strategies of Influence: How Interest Organizations React to Changes in Parliamentary Influence and Activity1
A Binderkrantz
Scandinavian political studies 26 (4), 287-305, 2003
572003
Delegation without agency loss? The use of performance contracts in Danish central government
AS Binderkrantz, JG Christensen
Governance 22 (2), 263-293, 2009
522009
A stronghold of routine corporatism? The involvement of interest groups in policy making in Finland
J Vesa, A Kantola, AS Binderkrantz
Scandinavian Political Studies 41 (4), 239-262, 2018
442018
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
442014
Membership recruitment and internal democracy in interest groups: Do group–membership relations vary between group types?
AS Binderkrantz
West European Politics 32 (3), 657-678, 2009
412009
The lobbying success of citizen and economic groups in Denmark and the UK
AS Binderkrantz, HH Pedersen
Acta Politica 54 (1), 75-103, 2019
342019
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