Iskander De Bruycker
Iskander De Bruycker
Associate Professor in EU Politics and Policy
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Balancing inside and outside lobbying: The political strategies of lobbyists at global diplomatic conferences
M Hanegraaff, JAN Beyers, I De Bruycker
European Journal of Political Research 55 (3), 568-588, 2016
Pressure and expertise: Explaining the information supply of interest groups in EU legislative lobbying
I De Bruycker
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 54 (3), 599-616, 2016
Lobbying strategies and success: Inside and outside lobbying in European Union legislative politics
I De Bruycker, J Beyers
European Political Science Review 11 (1), 57-74, 2019
Let’s talk! On the practice and method of interviewing policy experts
J Beyers, C Braun, D Marshall, I De Bruycker
Interest Groups & Advocacy 3, 174-187, 2014
Balanced or biased? Interest groups and legislative lobbying in the European news media
I De Bruycker, J Beyers
Political Communication 32 (3), 453-474, 2015
Politicization and the public interest: When do the elites in Brussels address public interests in EU policy debates?
I De Bruycker
European Union Politics, 2017
Lobbying makes (strange) bedfellows: Explaining the formation and composition of lobbying coalitions in EU legislative politics
J Beyers, I De Bruycker
Political Studies 66 (4), 959-984, 2018
Framing and advocacy: A research agenda for interest group studies
I De Bruycker
Journal of European Public Policy 24 (5), 775-787, 2017
The alignment of parties and interest groups in EU legislative politics. A tale of two different worlds?
J Beyers, I De Bruycker, I Baller
Journal of European Public Policy 22 (4), 534-551, 2015
Influence, affluence and media salience: Economic resources and lobbying influence in the European Union
F Stevens, I De Bruycker
European Union Politics 21 (4), 728-750, 2020
Blessing or curse for advocacy? How news media attention helps advocacy groups to achieve their policy goals
I De Bruycker
Political Communication 36 (1), 103-126, 2019
The paradox of collective action: Linking interest aggregation and interest articulation in EU legislative lobbying
I De Bruycker, J Berkhout, M Hanegraaff
Governance 32 (2), 295-312, 2019
How a new issue becomes an owned issue. Media coverage and the financial crisis in Belgium (2008–2009)
I De Bruycker, S Walgrave
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 26 (1), 86-97, 2014
Democratically deficient, yet responsive? How politicization facilitates responsiveness in the European Union
I De Bruycker
Journal of European Public Policy 27 (6), 834-852, 2020
Power and position: Which EU party groups do lobbyists prioritize and why?
I De Bruycker
Party Politics 22 (4), 552-562, 2016
The people’s champions? Populist communication as a contextually dependent political strategy
I De Bruycker, M Rooduijn
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 98 (3), 896-922, 2021
Lobbying the lobbyists: when and why do policymakers seek to influence advocacy groups in global governance?
K Lucas, M Hanegraaff, I De Bruycker
Interest Groups & Advocacy 8, 208-232, 2019
Patterns of conflict and mobilization: Mapping interest group activity in EU legislative policymaking
A Wonka, I De Bruycker, D De Bièvre, C Braun, J Beyers
Politics and Governance 6 (3), 136-146, 2018
Blessing or curse for congruence? How interest mobilization affects congruence between citizens and elected representatives
I De Bruycker, A Rasmussen
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 59 (4), 909-928, 2021
How Interest Groups Develop Their Lobbying Strategies
I De Bruycker
The Logic of Endogeneity. Paper Prepared for the European Consortium for …, 2014
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