Heike Klüver
Heike Klüver
Professor of Comparative Political Behavior, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
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Lobbying in the European Union: Interest groups, lobbying coalitions and policy change
H Klüver
Oxford University Press, 2013
4262013
Measuring interest group influence using quantitative text analysis
H Klüver
European Union Politics 10 (4), 535-549, 2009
2722009
The contextual nature of lobbying: Explaining lobbying success in the European Union
H Klüver
European Union Politics 12 (4), 483-506, 2011
2162011
Legislative lobbying in context: Towards a conceptual framework of interest group lobbying in the European Union
H Klüver, C Braun, J Beyers
Journal of European Public Policy, 2015
1412015
Informational lobbying in the European Union: The effect of organizational characteristics
H Klüver
West European Politics 35 (3), 491-510, 2012
1362012
Do parties respond? How electoral context influences party responsiveness
JJ Spoon, H Klüver
Electoral Studies 35, 48-60, 2014
1302014
Europeanization of lobbying activities: When national interest groups spill over to the European level
H Klüver
Journal of European Integration 32 (2), 175-191, 2010
1262010
Framing in context: How interest groups employ framing to lobby the European Commission
H Klüver, CM Mahoney, M Opper
Journal of European Public Policy, 2015
1142015
Who responds? Voters, parties, and issue attention
H Klüver, JJ Spoon
British Journal of Political Science 46 (3), 633-654, 2016
1122016
Biasing politics? Interest group participation in European policy-making
H Klüver
West European Politics 35 (5), 1114-1133, 2012
1112012
Lobbying as a collective enterprise: Winners and losers of policy formulation in the European Union
H Klüver
Journal of European Public Policy 20 (1), 59-76, 2013
1022013
Setting the agenda or responding to voters? Political parties, voters and issue attention
H Klüver, I Sagarzazu
West European Politics 39 (2), 380-398, 2016
892016
Coalition governments and party competition: Political communication strategies of coalition parties,
I Sagarzazu, H Klüver
Political Science Research and Methods 5 (2), 333-349, 2017
742017
Voting against your constituents? How lobbying affects representation
N Giger, H Klüver
American Journal of Political Science 60 (1), 190–205, 2016
732016
Voter polarization and party responsiveness: Why parties emphasize divided issues, but remain silent on unified issues
JJ Spoon, H Klüver
European Journal of Political Research 54 (2), 343–362, 2015
632015
Opening the black box: The professionalization of interest groups in the European Union
H Klüver, S Saurugger
Interest Groups & Advocacy 2 (2), 185-205, 2013
612013
Bringing salience back in: Explaining voting defection in the European Parliament
H Klüver, JJ Spoon
Party Politics 21 (4), 553-564, 2015
562015
Identifying frames: A comparison of research methods
F Boräng, R Eising, H Klüver, C Mahoney, D Naurin, D Rasch, P Rozbicka
Interest groups & Advocacy 3 (2), 188-201, 2014
542014
Measuring interest group framing strategies in public policy debates
H Klüver, C Mahoney
Journal of Public Policy 35 (2), 223-244, 2015
502015
Lobbying in coalitions: Interest group influence on European Union policy-making
H Klüver
Nuffield’s Working Papers Series in Politics 4, 1-38, 2011
392011
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