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Meindert Fennema
Meindert Fennema
Emeritus Professor Political Theory at the University of Amsterdam
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Anti‐immigrant parties in Europe: Ideological or protest vote?
W Van der Brug, M Fennema, J Tillie
European Journal of Political Research 37 (1), 77-102, 2000
8472000
Political participation and political trust in Amsterdam: Civic communities and ethnic networks
M Fennema, J Tillie
Journal of ethnic and migration studies 25 (4), 703-726, 1999
8241999
Why some anti-immigrant parties fail and others succeed: A two-step model of aggregate electoral support
W Van der Brug, M Fennema, J Tillie
Comparative Political Studies 38 (5), 537-573, 2005
6952005
The making of a transnational capitalist class
WK Carroll
The Making of a Transnational Capitalist Class, 1-289, 2010
6872010
Civic community, political participation and political trust of ethnic groups
M Fennema, J Tillie
Multikulturelle Demokratien im Vergleich: Institutionen als Regulativ …, 2001
4552001
Is there a transnational business community?
WK Carroll, M Fennema
International sociology 17 (3), 393-419, 2002
3922002
Protest or mainstream? How the European anti‐immigrant parties developed into two separate groups by 19991
WVANDERBM FENNEMA
European Journal of Political Research 42 (1), 55-76, 2003
3652003
Some conceptual issues and problems in the comparison of anti-immigrant parties in Western Europe
M Fennema
Party politics 3 (4), 473-492, 1997
3411997
International networks of banks and industry
M Fennema
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
2692012
What Causes People to Vote for a Radical-Right Party? A Review of Recent Work.
W Van der Brug, M Fennema
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 19 (4), 2007
227*2007
Analysing interlocking directorates: theory and methods
M Fennema, H Schijf
Social Networks 1 (4), 297-332, 1978
1951978
The concept and measurement of ethnic community
M Fennema
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 30 (3), 429-447, 2004
1942004
Populist parties of the right
M Fennema
Movements of exclusion: Radical right-wing populism in the Western world, 1-24, 2005
1892005
The immigration and integration debate in the Netherlands: Discursive and programmatic reactions to the rise of anti-immigration parties
S Van Heerden, SL De Lange, W van der Brug, M Fennema
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 40 (1), 119-136, 2014
1292014
Constituting corporate Europe: A study of elite social organization
WK Carroll, M Fennema, EM Heemskerk
Antipode 42 (4), 811-843, 2010
1172010
The global corporate elite after the financial crisis: evidence from the transnational network of interlocking directorates.
WKC Eelke M. Heemskerk, Meindert Fennema
Global Networks, 2015
106*2015
Communist Parties in Western Europe. Decline or Adaptation?
M Waller, M Fennema
Blackwell, 1988
93*1988
Problems in the study of the transnational business community: A reply to Kentor and Jang
WK Carroll, M Fennema
International Sociology 19 (3), 369-378, 2004
902004
Network dynamics of the Dutch business elite
E Heemskerk, M Fennema
international Sociology 24 (6), 807-832, 2009
882009
Do immigrant policies matter? Ethnic civic communities and immigrant policies in Amsterdam, Liège and Zurich
M Fennema, J Tillie
Citizenship in European cities. Immigrants, local politics and integration …, 2004
862004
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