Tim Haesebrouck
Tim Haesebrouck
Assistent, Politieke Wetenschappen, Universiteit Gent
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei ugent.be
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NATO burden sharing in Libya: a fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis
T Haesebrouck
Journal of conflict resolution 61 (10), 2235-2261, 2017
412017
Democratic Participation in the Air Strikes Against Islamic State: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis
T Haesebrouck
Foreign Policy Analysis 14 (2), 254-275, 2018
252018
Pitfalls in QCA's consistency measure
T Haesebrouck
Journal of Comparative Politics, 65-80, 2015
192015
Fractured politics? The comparative regulation of shale gas in Europe
T Van de Graaf, T Haesebrouck, P Debaere
Journal of European public policy 25 (9), 1276-1293, 2018
182018
The Added Value of Multi-Value Qualitative Comparative Analysis
T Haesebrouck
Forum Qualitative Social Research 17 (1), 2016
172016
Parliamentary involvement, party ideology and majority-opposition bargaining: Belgian participation in multinational military operations
D Fonck, T Haesebrouck, Y Reykers
Contemporary Security Policy 40 (1), 85-100, 2019
142019
Democratic contributions to UN peacekeeping operations. A two-step fuzzy set QCA of UNIFIL II
T Haesebrouck
Romanian Journal of Political Sciences, 4-51, 2015
122015
Explaining the Pattern of CSDP-Operations: Towards a Theoretical Synthesis
T Haesebrouck
RJEA 15 (2), 5-21, 2015
102015
EUFOR RCA and CSDP crisis management operations: Back on track
T Haesebrouck, MV Meirvenne
Eur. Foreign Aff. Rev. 20, 267, 2015
92015
Moving beyond coal: exploring and explaining the powering past coal alliance
M Blondeel, T Van de Graaf, T Haesebrouck
Energy Research & Social Science 59, 101304, 2020
82020
EU member state participation in military operations: a configurational comparative analysis
T Haesebrouck
Cambridge review of international affairs 30 (2-3), 137-159, 2017
62017
Burden sharing in CSDP military operations
T Haesebrouck, A Thiem
Defence and Peace Economics 29 (7), 748-765, 2018
52018
National Behaviour in Multilateral Military Operations
T Haesebrouck
Political Studies Review 16 (2), 102-112, 2018
5*2018
Parliamentary war powers and the role of international law in foreign troop deployment decisions: The US-led coalition against “Islamic State” in Iraq and Syria
T Ruys, L Ferro, T Haesebrouck
International Journal of Constitutional Law 17 (1), 118-150, 2019
42019
Explaining the Member States’ Varying Military Engagements: the Potential of a Strategic Culture Perspective
T Haesebrouck
Journal of Contemporary European Research 12 (3), 2016
42016
The responsibility to protect doctrine–Coherent after all: A reply to Friberg-Fernros and Brommesson
T Haesebrouck
International Politics 52 (1), 128-137, 2015
42015
Patterns of Political Ideology and Security Policy
T Haesebrouck, PA Mello
Workshop “Party Politics of Foreign and Security Policy in Europe …, 2017
32017
Who follows whom? A coincidence analysis of military action, public opinion and threats
T Haesebrouck
Journal of Peace Research 56 (6), 753-766, 2019
22019
EU member state participation in military operations
T Haesebrouck
Ghent University, 2016
22016
The EU and Military Operations: A comparative analysis
T Haesebrouck
Journal of Contemporary European Research 9 (5), 2013
22013
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