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Karina Kosiara-Pedersen
Karina Kosiara-Pedersen
Political Science University of Copenhagen
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Party rules, party resources and the politics of parliamentary democracies: How parties organize in the 21st century
T Poguntke, SE Scarrow, PD Webb, EH Allern, N Aylott, I Van Biezen, ...
Party politics 22 (6), 661-678, 2016
2202016
New technology in ageing parties: Internet use in Danish and Norwegian parties
K Pedersen, J Saglie
Party Politics 11 (3), 359-377, 2005
1202005
The impact of party organisational changes on democracy
EH Allern, K Pedersen
West European Politics 30 (1), 68-92, 2007
952007
Sleeping or active partners? Danish party members at the turn of the millennium
K Pedersen, L Bille, R Buch, J Elklit, B Hansen, HJ Nielsen
Party Politics 10 (4), 367-383, 2004
942004
Cyber-campaigning in Denmark: Application and effects of candidate campaigning
KM Hansen, K Kosiara-Pedersen
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 11 (2), 206-219, 2014
682014
Party membership linkage: The Danish case
K Pedersen
Department of Political Science, Univ., 2003
512003
Party membership linkage: The Danish case
K Pedersen
Department of Political Science, Univ., 2003
512003
Party feminism: Gender gaps within Nordic political parties
K Heidar, K Pedersen
Scandinavian Political Studies 29 (3), 192-218, 2006
392006
The consequences of membership incentives: Do greater political benefits attract different kinds of members?
S Achury, SE Scarrow, K Kosiara-Pedersen, E Van Haute
Party politics 26 (1), 56-68, 2020
382020
Party membership costs, new forms of party affiliation, and partisan participation
K Kosiara-Pedersen, SE Scarrow, E Van Haute, P Webb, T Poguntke
Organizing political parties: Representation, participation, and power, 234-258, 2017
382017
The 2011 Danish parliamentary election: A very new government
K Kosiara-Pedersen
West European Politics 35 (2), 415-424, 2012
372012
Denmark: Presidentialization in a consensual democracy
K Pedersen, T Knudsen
2005): The Presidentialization of Politics, 159-175, 2005
292005
The 2005 Danish general election: A phase of consolidation
K Pedersen
West European Politics 28 (5), 1101-1108, 2005
282005
The 2007 Danish general election: Generating a fragile majority
K Kosiara-Pedersen
West European Politics 31 (5), 1040-1048, 2008
262008
Driving a populist party: the Danish people's party
K Pedersen
Institut for Statskundskab, Københavns Universitet, 2006
252006
Stronger core, weaker fringes: the Danish general election 2019
K Kosiara-Pedersen
West European Politics 43 (4), 1011-1022, 2020
242020
How campaigns polarize the electorate: Political polarization as an effect of the minimal effect theory within a multi-party system
KM Hansen, K Kosiara-Pedersen
Party Politics 23 (3), 181-192, 2017
242017
From the Progress Party to the Danish People’s Party–from protest party to government supporting party
K Pedersen, J Ringsmose
ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops, at Uppsala University, 2004
242004
Electoral fortunes and responses of the Social Democratic Party and Liberal Party in Denmark: Ups and downs
L Bille, K Pedersen
Political parties and electoral change, 207-233, 2004
232004
Undersøgelsen af medlemmerne af de danske partiorganisationer: dokumentation
JH Hermansen
Aarhus Universitetsforlag, 2003
202003
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