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  2. Roorda, B. (2019). Artikelsgewijs commentaar bij de Wet openbare manifestaties. In E. R. Muller, E. T. Brainich, J. G. Brouwer, & A. E. Schilder (Eds.), Openbare orde en veiligheid (6 ed., pp. 103-136). (Tekst & Commentaar - Bestuursrecht). Wolters Kluwer.
  3. Allern, E. H., Hansen, V. W., Marshall, D., & Otjes, S. (2019). Organizational Ties between Interest Groups and Political Parties: Towards a Test of the Resource Exchange Model. Paper presented at Interest Group Research in Southern Europe and Beyond, Lissabon, Portugal.
  4. Louwerse, T., & Otjes, S. (2019). Specialized Partisans: How Dutch Parliamentary Parties Divide Floor Access. Paper presented at Workshop The Politics of Legislative Debate at the Mannheimer Zentrum für Europäische Sozialforschung, Mannheim, Germany.
  5. Voerman, G. (2019). Anton Pannekoek: a 'Principled Theorist'. In C. Tai, B. van der Steen, & J. van Dongen (Eds.), Anton Pannekoek: Ways of Viewing Science and Society (pp. 51-74). (Studies in the History of Knowledge). Amsterdam University Press.
  6. Waverijn, J. J. A., & Outhuijse, A. (2019). Case note: ECLI:NL:CBB:2019:329. AB Rechtspraak Bestuursrecht, 2019(35), 2861-2867. [AB 2019/416].
  7. Winter, H., Bex-Reimert, V. M., Geertsema, B., Hollenberg, S., & Krol, E. (2019). Vervolgevaluatie van de Wet biometrie in de vreemdelingenketen. Rijksuniversiteit Groningen - Faculteit der rechtsgeleerdheid.
  8. ECLI:NL:RBDHA:2018:7183, 2019 In : AB Rechtspraak Bestuursrecht (Rechtbank Den Haag 18/06/2018)
  9. van der Veer, H., & Otjes, S. (2019). A House Divided Against Itself: how what parties think about the powers of the European Parliament affects how they vote in the European Parliament. Paper presented at ECPR Standing Group on Parliaments Conference , Leiden, Netherlands.
  10. Voerman, G. (2019). Dutch voters choose Europe. In N. Bodin, K. Falasca, M. Grusell, & L. Nord (Eds.), Euroflections: Leading academics on the European Elections 2019 (pp. 73). (DEMICOM-report ; No. 40). Demicon.
  11. Allern, E. H., Hansen, V. W., Marshall, D., & Otjes, S. (2019). Organizational Ties between Interest Groups and Political Parties: Towards a Test of the Resource Exchange Model . Paper presented at EPSA General Conference, Belfast, United Kingdom.
  12. Willumsen, D. M., & Otjes, S. (2019). The Price of Power Coalition Government and public spending in the Netherlands. Paper presented at ECPR Standing Group on Parliaments Conference , Leiden, Netherlands.
  13. Otjes, S. (2019). Waar staan lokale partijen? de ideologische positionering van lokale partijen. Paper presented at Politicologenetmaal, Antwerpen, Belgium.
  14. Woestenburg, N. O. M., Frederiks, B. J. M., Dorscheidt, J. H. H. M., Floor, T., Bloemhoff, C. E., & Winter, H. B. (2019). Tweede evaluatie Wet donorgegevens kunstmatige bevruchting. (Reeks Evaluatie Regelgeving; No. 45). ZonMW.
  15. Braaksma, L. (2019). The Programmatic Approach: Future Proof?. Poster session presented at Jaarvergadering Vereniging voor Bestuursrecht (VAR), Utrecht, .
  16. Waverijn, J., & Outhuijse, A. (2019). Case note: ECLI:NL:CBB:2019:121. AB Rechtspraak Bestuursrecht, 2019(19), 1495-1502. [AB 2019/217].
  17. Vols, M. (Author), & Jensma, L. (Author). (2019). Overlastadvies. Web publication/site, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen. http://www.overlastadvies.nl
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