Bert Fraussen
Bert Fraussen
Assistant Professor, Leiden University
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The Expanding Core and Varying Degrees of Insiderness: Institutionalised Interest Group Access to Advisory Councils
B Fraussen, J Beyers, T Donas
Political Studies 63 (3), 569-588, 2015
Think tanks and strategic policy-making: the contribution of think tanks to policy advisory systems
B Fraussen, D Halpin
Policy Sciences 50 (1), 105-124, 2017
The Visible Hand of the State: On the Organizational Development of Interest Groups
B Fraussen
Public Administration 92 (2), 406-421, 2014
Political parties and interest organizations at the crossroads: Perspectives on the transformation of political organizations
B Fraussen, DR Halpin
Political Studies Review 16 (1), 25-37, 2018
Conceptualising the policy engagement of interest groups: Involvement, access and prominence
DR HALPIN, B Fraussen
European Journal of Political Research, 2017
Who’s in and who’s out?: Explaining access to policymakers in Belgium
B Fraussen, J Beyers
Acta Politica, 2015
The balancing act of establishing a policy agenda: Conceptualizing and measuring drivers of issue prioritization within interest groups
DR Halpin, B Fraussen, AJ Nownes
Governance 31 (2), 215-237, 2018
Assessing the Composition and Diversity of the Australian Interest Group System
B Fraussen, D Halpin
Australian Journal of Public Administration, 2016
How do interest groups legitimate their policy advocacy? Reconsidering linkage and internal democracy in times of digital disruption
B Fraussen, D Halpin
Public Administration 96 (1), 23-35, 2018
Interest Groups and Policy Capacity: Modes of Engagement, Policy Goods and Networks
C Daugbjerg, B Fraussen, D Halpin
Policy Capacity and Governance, 243-261, 2018
Laying the groundwork: Linking internal agenda-setting processes of interest groups to their role in policy making
DR Halpin, B Fraussen
Administration & Society 51 (8), 1337-1359, 2019
Live to fight another day? Organizational maintenance and mortality anxiety of civil society organizations
F Heylen, B Fraussen, J Beyers
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 47 (6), 1249-1270, 2018
No place like home? Explaining venue selection of regional offices in Brussels
J Beyers, T Donas, B Fraussen
Journal of European Public Policy 22 (5), 589-608, 2015
Conceptualizing consultation approaches: identifying combinations of consultation tools and analyzing their implications for stakeholder diversity
B Fraussen, A Albareda, C Braun
Policy Sciences 53 (3), 473-493, 2020
It’s not all about the money: Explaining varying policy portfolios of regional representations in Brussels
T Donas, B Fraussen, J Beyers
Interest groups & Advocacy 3 (1), 79-98, 2014
Assessing the prominence of interest groups in parliament: a supervised machine learning approach
B Fraussen, T Graham, DR Halpin
The Journal of Legislative Studies 24 (4), 450-474, 2018
Thinking in splendid isolation? The organization and policy engagement of think tanks in Belgium
B Fraussen, V Pattyn, J Lawarée
Policy Analysis in Belgium 10, 257, 2017
Aandacht trekken of advies verstrekken? De aanwezigheid van middenveldorganisaties in adviesraad-en beeldbuispolitiek
B Fraussen, R Wouters
Res publica: tijdschrift voor politieke wetenschappen/Politologisch …, 2015
Interest Group Politics: Change and Continuity
B Fraussen
Journal of European Integration 34 (5), 523-529, 2012
Why do interest groups prioritise some policy issues over others? Explaining variation in the drivers of policy agendas
B Fraussen, DR Halpin, AJ Nownes
Journal of Public Policy 41 (3), 553-572, 2021
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