Jan Beyers
Jan Beyers
Professor of Political Science, University of Antwerp
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Voice and access: political practices of European interest associations
J Beyers
European Union Politics 5 (2), 211-240, 2004
Researching interest group politics in Europe and elsewhere: much we study, little we know?
J Beyers, R Eising, W Maloney
West European Politics 31 (6), 1103-1128, 2008
Multiple embeddedness and socialization in Europe: The case of Council officials
J Beyers
International Organization 59 (4), 899-936, 2005
Gaining and seeking access: The European adaptation of domestic interest associations
J Beyers
European Journal of Political Research 41 (5), 585-612, 2002
The working groups of the Council of the European Union: supranational or intergovernmental negotiations?
J Beyers, G Dierickx
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 36 (3), 289-317, 1998
Critical resource dependencies and the Europeanization of domestic interest groups
J Beyers, B Kerremans
Journal of European public policy 14 (3), 460-481, 2007
How nation states' hit'Europe: Ambiguity and representation in the European Union
J Beyers, J Trondal
West European Politics 27 (5), 919-942, 2004
Domestic embeddedness and the dynamics of multilevel venue shopping in four EU member states
J Beyers, B Kerremans
Governance 25 (2), 263-290, 2012
Policy issues, organisational format and the political strategies of interest organisations
J Beyers
West European Politics 31 (6), 1188-1211, 2008
Conceptual and methodological challenges in the study of European socialization
J Beyers
Journal of European Public Policy 17 (6), 909-920, 2010
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
The European rescue of the federal state: How Europeanisation shapes the Belgian state
J Beyers, P Bursens
West European Politics 29 (5), 1057-1078, 2006
Ties that count: explaining interest group access to policymakers
J Beyers, C Braun
Journal of Public Policy, 93-121, 2014
Bureaucrats, politicians, and societal interests: How is European policy making politicized?
J Beyers, B Kerremans
Comparative Political Studies 37 (10), 1119-1150, 2004
Nationality and European negotiations: The working groups of the Council of Ministers
J Beyers, G Dierickx
European Journal of International Relations 3 (4), 435-471, 1997
The Belgian sub‐national entities in the European union: Second or third level players?
B Kerremans, J Beyers
Regional & Federal Studies 6 (2), 41-55, 1996
Where does supranationalism come from? Ideas floating through the working groups of the Council of the European Union
J Beyers
European Integration online Papers (EIoP) 2 (9), 1998
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 INTEREURO project: Logic and structure
J Beyers, LC Bonafont, A Dür, R Eising, D Fink-Hafner, D Lowery, ...
Interest Groups & Advocacy 3 (2), 126-140, 2014
The expanding core and varying degrees of insiderness: Institutionalised interest group access to advisory councils
B Fraussen, J Beyers, T Donas
Political studies 63 (3), 569-588, 2015
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