Caelesta Braun
Caelesta Braun
associate professor, Leiden University, Institute of Public Administration
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Two worlds apart: The divergence of national and local immigrant integration policies in the Netherlands
C Poppelaars, P Scholten
Administration & Society 40 (4), 335-357, 2008
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 22 (4), 447-461, 2015
Ties that count: explaining interest group access to policymakers
J Beyers, C Braun
Journal of Public Policy, 93-121, 2014
Political attention in a coalition system: Analysing Queen's speeches in the Netherlands 1945–2007
G Breeman, D Lowery, C Poppelaars, SL Resodihardjo, A Timmermans, ...
Acta Politica 44 (1), 1-1, 2009
Let’s talk! On the practice and method of interviewing policy experts
J Beyers, C Braun, D Marshall, I De Bruycker
Interest Groups & Advocacy 3 (2), 174-187, 2014
The European Union interest system in comparative perspective: a bridge too far?
D Lowery, C Poppelaars, J Berkhout
West European Politics 31 (6), 1231-1252, 2008
Interest organizations across economic sectors: explaining interest group density in the European Union
J Berkhout, BJ Carroll, C Braun, AW Chalmers, T Destrooper, D Lowery, ...
Journal of European Public Policy 22 (4), 462-480, 2015
The captive or the broker? Explaining public agency–interest group interactions
C Braun
Governance 25 (2), 291-314, 2012
Open the door to more of the same-The development of interest group representation at the WTO
M Hanegraaff, J Beyers, C Braun
World Trade Rev. 10, 447, 2011
Steering a course between friends and foes
C Poppelaars
Eburon Uitgeverij BV, 2009
Making inference across mobilisation and influence research: Comparing top-down and bottom-up mapping of interest systems
J Berkhout, J Beyers, C Braun, M Hanegraaff, D Lowery
Political Studies 66 (1), 43-62, 2018
Resource exchange in urban governance: On the means that matter
C Poppelaars
Urban Affairs Review 43 (1), 3-27, 2007
Is the EU different?: Comparing the diversity of national and EU-level systems of interest organisations
J Berkhout, M Hanegraaff, C Braun
National Interest Organizations in the EU Multilevel System, 2018
Redistribution and ethnic diversity in the Netherlands: Accommodation, denial and replacement
F De Zwart, C Poppelaars
Acta Sociologica 50 (4), 387-399, 2007
The domestic and global origins of transnational advocacy: explaining lobbying presence during WTO ministerial conferences
M Hanegraaff, C Braun, D De Bièvre, J Beyers
Comparative Political Studies 48 (12), 1591-1621, 2015
Stakeholders wanted! Why and how European Union agencies involve non-state stakeholders
S Arras, C Braun
Journal of European Public Policy 25 (9), 1257-1275, 2018
The driving forces of stability: Exploring the nature of long-term bureaucracy–interest group interactions
C Braun
Administration & Society 45 (7), 809-836, 2013
Comparative interest group survey questionnaire (Edition: January 2016)
J Beyers, P Bernhagen, C Braun, D Fink-Hafner, F Heylen, W Maloney, ...
University of Antwerp, 2016
Corporatism or lobbyism behind Dutch dikes? Interest representation in the Netherlands
C Poppelaars
Interest Groups and Lobbying 2, 2009
At a snail's pace: on the limited Europeanization of domestic consultation practices
C Braun, C Van Den Berg
Public administration 91 (3), 763-781, 2013
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