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Patrick Bernhagen
Patrick Bernhagen
Professor of Comparative Political Science, University of Stuttgart
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Interest group success in the European Union: When (and why) does business lose?
A Dür, P Bernhagen, D Marshall
Comparative Political Studies 48 (8), 951-983, 2015
3252015
Voting and protesting: Explaining citizen participation in old and new European democracies
P Bernhagen, M Marsh
Democratisation 14 (1), 44-72, 2007
2062007
Democratization
C Welzel, CW Haerpfer, P Bernhagen, RF Inglehart
Oxford University Press, USA, 2018
1832018
Democratization
C Haerpfer, P Bernhagen, RF Inglehart, C Welzel
Oxford University Press, 2009
1822009
Structural power and public policy: A signaling model of business lobbying in democratic capitalism
P Bernhagen, T Bräuninger
Political Studies 53 (1), 43-64, 2005
1782005
The determinants of direct corporate lobbying in the European Union
P Bernhagen, NJ Mitchell
European Union Politics 10 (2), 155-176, 2009
1632009
The Political Power of Business: Structure and Information in Public Policy-Making
P Bernhagen
Routledge, 2007
1112007
Information or context: what accounts for positional proximity between the European Commission and lobbyists?
P Bernhagen, A Dür, D Marshall
Legislative Lobbying in Context, 136-154, 2017
1062017
The partisan effects of low turnout: Analyzing vote abstention as a missing data problem
P Bernhagen, M Marsh
Electoral studies 26 (3), 548-560, 2007
1002007
Business and international environmental agreements: domestic sources of participation and compliance by advanced industrialized democracies
P Bernhagen
Global Environmental Politics 8 (1), 78-110, 2008
962008
Measuring democracy and democratization
P Bernhagen
Democratization, 24-40, 2009
842009
The logic of transnational action: The good corporation and the Global Compact
L Bennie, P Bernhagen, NJ Mitchell
Political Studies 55 (4), 733-753, 2007
832007
Measuring lobbying success spatially
P Bernhagen, A Dür, D Marshall
Interest Groups & Advocacy 3, 202-218, 2014
742014
The private provision of public goods: Corporate commitments and the United Nations Global Compact
P Bernhagen, NJ Mitchell
International Studies Quarterly 54 (4), 1175-1187, 2010
702010
When do politicians listen to lobbyists (and who benefits when they do)?
P Bernhagen
European Journal of Political Research 52 (1), 20-43, 2013
692013
The political influence of business in the European Union
A Dür, D Marshall, P Bernhagen
University of Michigan Press, 2019
662019
Financial and economic crisis: explaining the sunset over the Celtic Tiger
R Chari, P Bernhagen
Irish Political Studies 26 (4), 473-488, 2011
562011
Engaging firms: The global organisational field for corporate social responsibility and national varieties of capitalism
A Favotto, K Kollman, P Bernhagen
Policy and Society 35 (1), 13-27, 2016
472016
Who gets what in British politics–and how? An analysis of media reports on lobbying around government policies, 2001–7
P Bernhagen
Political Studies 60 (3), 557-577, 2012
462012
Interest group mobilization and lobbying patterns in Britain: A newspaper analysis
P Bernhagen, B Trani
Interest Groups & Advocacy 1, 48-66, 2012
402012
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