Henrik Bech Seeberg
Henrik Bech Seeberg
Professor of Political Science at Aarhus University (Denmark)
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How stable is political parties’ issue ownership? A cross-time, cross-national analysis
HB Seeberg
Political Studies 65 (2), 475-492, 2017
The opposition's policy influence through issue politicisation
HB Seeberg
Journal of Public Policy 33 (1), 89-107, 2013
The bureaucracy and the policy agenda
M Baekgaard, PB Mortensen, H Bech Seeberg
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 28 (2), 239-253, 2018
Do voters learn? Evidence that voters respond accurately to changes in political parties’ policy positions
HB Seeberg, R Slothuus, R Stubager
West European Politics 40 (2), 336-356, 2017
The power of talk and the welfare state: Evidence from 23 countries on an asymmetric opposition-government response mechanism
C Jensen, HB Seeberg
Socio-Economic Review 13 (2), 215-233, 2015
First avoidance, then engagement: Political parties’ issue competition in the electoral cycle
HB Seeberg
Party Politics 28 (2), 284-293, 2022
The impact of opposition criticism on the public’s evaluation of government competence
HB Seeberg
Party Politics 26 (4), 484-495, 2020
One size doesn't fit all: Voter decision criteria heterogeneity and vote choice
R Stubager, HB Seeberg, F So
Electoral Studies 52, 1-10, 2018
A series of persuasive events. Sequencing effects of negative and positive messages on party evaluations and perceptions of negativity
A Nai, HB Seeberg
Journal of Marketing Communications 24 (4), 412-432, 2018
Opposition Policy Influence through Agenda‐setting: The Environment in D enmark, 1993–2009
HB Seeberg
Scandinavian Political Studies 39 (2), 185-206, 2016
Cooperation between counterparts in parliament from an agenda-setting perspective: legislative coalitions as a trade of criticism and policy
FJ Christiansen, HB Seeberg
West European Politics 39 (6), 1160-1180, 2016
Why are some policy agendas larger than others?
PB Mortensen, HB Seeberg
Policy Studies Journal 44 (2), 156-175, 2016
Explaining local policy agendas
B Mortensen, MW Loftis, HB Seeberg
Springer International Publishing, 2022
What can a party say? How parties' communication can influence voters' issue ownership perceptions
R Stubager, HB Seeberg
Electoral Studies 44, 162-171, 2016
Issue ownership attack: how a political party can counteract a rival’s issue ownership
HB Seeberg
West European Politics 43 (4), 772-794, 2020
How political parties’ issue ownerships reduce to spatial proximity
HB Seeberg
West European Politics 43 (6), 1238-1261, 2020
What can a government do? Government issue ownership and real‐world problems
HB Seeberg
European Journal of Political Research 56 (2), 346-363, 2017
Undermining a rival party’s issue competence through negative campaigning: Experimental evidence from the USA, Denmark, and Australia
HB Seeberg, A Nai
Political Studies 69 (3), 623-643, 2021
On the enemy’s turf: Exploring the link between macro-and micro-framing in interest group communication
C Jensen, HB Seeberg
Journal of European Public Policy 27 (7), 1054-1073, 2020
Negatively affecting voters’ issue considerations. An experimental study of parties’ attack communication
J Lefevere, HB Seeberg, S Walgrave
Political Communication 37 (6), 812-831, 2020
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