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Relevant publications in English 

Below is a list of selected publications in English from CVAP-associated researchers. For a list including publications in Danish and other Scandinavian languages, see here.






  • Bhatti, Yosef (2010): ' What Would Happen if we Were Better Informed? Simulating Increased Knowledge in European Parliament (EP) Elections ', Representation , vol 46, no. 4, pp. 391-410.

  • Bille, Lars (2010): ' Denmark ', European Journal of Political Research , vol 49, no. 7-8, pp. 947-954. 

  • Hansen, Kasper Møller (2010): ' The Equality Paradox of Deliberative Democracy: Evidence from a National Deliberative Poll ', in MR Wolf,, L Morales & K Ikeda (eds.) , Political Discussion in Modern Democracies , vol. 61, Routledge/ECPR studies in European political science, vol. 61, London: Routledge, pp. 26-43. 

  • Hoff, Jens Villiam (2010): ' Review of Stephen Coleman & Jay G. Blumler: The Internet and Democratic Citizenship: Theory, Practice and Policy. Cambridge University Press, 2009 ', Information, Communication & Society , vol 13, n0. 8, pp. 1230-1232. 

  • Hoff, Jens Villiam (2010): ' The Danish eID Case: Twenty years of Delay ', Identity in the Information Society , vol 3, no. 1, pp. 155-174.

  • Hoff, Jens Villiam (2010): ' Election Campaigns on the Internet: How are Voters Affected? ', International Journal of E-Politics, IJEP , vol 1, no. 1, pp. 22-40. 
  • Hoff, Jens Villiam (2010): Local climate protection programmes in Australia and New Zealand: results, dilemmas and relevance for future actions, CIDEA Project report no. 1, Copenhagen: Det Samfundsvidenskabelige Fakultets ReproCenter.


  • Theories of Fascism Reconsidered: Populist Right-Wing Extremism in Europe 1980-2008. Bryder, Tom. Konferencepapir for American Political Science Association Annual Conference, 2009, 30 sider.
  • Exit, collective action and polycentric political systems. Kurrild-Klitgaard, Peter. I: Public Choice, vol. 143, nr. 3-4, 2010: s. 339-352.
  • Changing Patterns in the Impact of Information on Party Choice in a Multiparty System. Kasper M. Hansen. I: International Journal of Public Opinion Research, vol. 21, 2009, s. 525-546.


  • Lindberg, B., Rasmussen A. and Warntjen, A. (2008) ‘Party Politics as Usual? The role of political parties in EU legislative decisionmaking’, Journal of European Public Policy 15(8).
  • Critical Theory in a Swing: Political Consumerism between Politics and Policy. Bang, Henrik. I: Governance, Consumers and Citizens : Agency and Resistance in Contemporary Politics. red. Mark Bevir ; Frank Trentmann. Houndmill, Basingstoke : Palgrave, 2008. s. 191-231.
  • Voting paradoxes under proportional representation: Evidence from eight Danish elections. Kurrild-Klitgaard, Peter. I: Scandinavian Political Studies. 2008 ; vol. 3, 31. s. 242
  • Denmark. Pedersen, Karina. I: Encyclopaedia of European Elections. red. Yves Déloye ; Michael Bruter. Basingstoke, Hampshire : Palgrave, Macmillan, 2008. s. 71-76.
  • National level electoral thresholds: problems and solutions. Bischoff, Karina S. I: Electoral Studies, 2008, vol. 28, nr. 2: 232-239.
  • The History of Parliamentary Democracy in Denmark in Comparative Perspective. Jakobsen, Uffe. I: The Politics of Democratization in Europe, eds. Kari Palonen, Ashgate, 2008, s. 301-316. 
  • Negative Campaigning in a Multiparty System. Kasper M. Hansen. I: Scandinavian Political Studies, vol. 31, nr. 4, 2008, s. 408-427.


  • Expert Citizens in Celebrity Publics. Jørgensen, Signe Kjær; Bang, Henrik. I: New Publics without Democracy. red. Henrik Paul Bang ; Esmark Anders. Frederiksberg : Samfundslitteratur, 2007. s. 173-208.
  • Denmark. Bille, Lars. I: European Journal of Political Research. 2007 ; vol. 46, nr. 7-8, Oxford: s. 938-942.
  • The Xenophobic Theme in the Danish Politics 2001-2005. Bryder, Tom. I: Extrême droite et pouvoir en Europe - The extreme right parties and power in Europe. red. Pascal Delwit ; Philippe Poirier. Bruxelles : Editions de l'Université de Bruxelles, 2007. s. 291-308 (Science Politique).
  • Electioneering in Cyberspace. Pedersen, Karina. I: The Baubles of Office : The New Zealand General Election of 2005. red. Stephen Levine ; Nigel S. Roberts. Wellington, New Zealand : Victoria University Press, 2007. s. 236-248.
  • The Impact of Party Organisational Changes on Democracy. Pedersen, Karina; Allern, Elin H.. I: West European Politics. 2007 ; vol. 30, nr. 1, s. 68-92.
  • How deliberation makes better citizens : The Danish Deliberative Poll on the euro. Hansen, Kasper Møller; Normann Andersen, Vibeke. I: European Journal of Political Research. 2007 ; vol. 46, nr. 4, s. 531-556.
  • The Effects Of Incentives, Interview Length, and Interviewer Characteristics on Response Rates in a CATI-Study. Hansen, Kasper Møller. I: International Journal of Public Opinion Research. 2007 ; vol. 19, nr. 1, Spring. s. 112-121.
  • The Sophisticated Public : The Effect of Competing Frames on Public Opinion. Hansen, Kasper Møller. I: Scandinavian Political Studies. 2007; vol. 30, nr. 3, s. 377-396.
  • Local Political Culture and Use of Local Media: Is There a Relationship? Hoff, Jens Villiam. 2007. 28 s. Konferencen: Annual Conference of The European Group of Public Administration, Madrid, Spanien, 19. september 2007 - 22. september 2007.
  • A Model for the Strictest Scrutiny?: The Danish European Affairs Committee in a Party Group Perspective. Jensen, Henrik S. I: Democratic Governance and European Integration: Linking Societal and State Processes of Democracy, red. Ronald Holzhacker; Erik Albæk. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2007. s. 207-228.


  • E-democracy in Denmark: black clouds on a blue sky? Hoff, Jens Villiam. I: Internet, governance and democracy: democratic transitions from Asian and European perspectives. red. Jens Hoff. Copenhagen : NIAS Press. Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, 2006. s. 1-19.
  • Assessing strength and weakness in legislatures: the case of Denmark. Damgaard, Erik and Henrik S. Jensen. In: Journal of Legislative Studies, 2006; vol. 12, nr. 34, s. 426-442.
  • Europeanisation of executive-legislative relations: Nordic perspectives. Damgaard, Erik and Henrik S. Jensen. In: The europeanisation of parliamentary democracy. red. Katrin Auel; Arthur Benz. London : Routledge, 2006. s. 92-109.