Publication highlights

  • Van Hecke, M., Bursens, P. and Beyers, J. (2016) You'll Never Lobby Alone. Explaining the Participation of Sub-national Authorities in the European Commission's Open Consultations. JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies
    doi: dx.doi.org/10.1111/jcms.12425
  • Hanegraaff, M., Beyers, J. and De Bruycker, I. (2016), Balancing inside and outside lobbying: The political strategies of lobbyists at global diplomatic conferences. European Journal of Political Research
    doi: dx.doi.org/10.1111/1475-6765.12145

Publications in the spotlight

Writing blank checks? How government funding affects interest organisations' advocacy behaviour in a multi-layered context
Heylen Frederik   Willems Evelien  
Journal of European public policy - ISSN 1350-1763-26:6 (2019) p. 863-882
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Lobbying strategies and success : inside and outside lobbying in European Union legislative politics
De Bruycker Iskander   Beyers Jan  
European political science review - ISSN 1755-7739-11:1 (2019) p. 57-74
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Blessing or curse for advocacy? How news media attention helps advocacy groups to achieve their policy goals
De Bruycker Iskander  
Political communication - ISSN 1058-4609-36:1 (2019) p. 103-126
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The paradox of collective action : linking interest aggregation and interest articulation in EU legislative lobbying
De Bruycker Iskander   Berkhout Joost   Hanegraaff Marcel  
Governance: an international journal of policy and administration - ISSN 0952-1895-32:2 (2019) p. 295-312
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Should I stay or should I go? Explaining variation in nonstate actor advocacy over time in global governance
Hanegraaff Marcel   Vergauwen Jorik   Beyers Jan  
Governance: an international journal of policy and administration - ISSN 0952-1895- (2019) p. 1-18
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Academic Bibliography

The Academic Bibliography gives a complete overview of all the publications by the members of the research group. The University of Antwerp has adopted an open access policy, which means that all researchers add a pdf of the final author version or an open access publisher version to this database. As a result, a large number of publications (from 2014 onwards) by our research groups can be consulted and downloaded by this database. Publications dating before 2014 will also be added to this database. In addition, the repository also archives datasets, replication files, and appendices for publications in which quantitative data are analysed.