dr. S.P. (Simon) Otjes

Researcher

dr. S.P. (Simon) Otjes
E-mail:
s.p.otjes rug.nl

Research

Postal address:
Netherlands
  1. 2019
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. Otjes, S. (2019). Waar staan lokale partijen? de ideologische positionering van lokale partijen. Paper presented at Politicologenetmaal, Antwerpen, Belgium.
  8. Otjes, S., & Louwerse, T. (2019). Populist Opposition: a comparative approach to the opposition styles of populist parties. Paper presented at ECPR Joint Sessions, Mons , Belgium.
  9. 2018
  10. Otjes, S., & Katsanidou, A. (2018). How has the European sovereign debt crisis changed the party space in Europa?. Paper presented at ECPR Joint Sessions , Nicosia, Cyprus.
  11. Otjes, S., & Krouwel, A. (2018). Competition on the right: a comparison of the voters of the Freedom Party and Forum for Democracy. Paper presented at Politicologenetmaal, Leiden, Netherlands.
  12. Allern, E. H., Klüver, H., Marshall, D., Otjes, S., & Poguntke, T. (2018). Conceptualizing and measuring party-interest group relationships. Paper presented at ECPR General Conference Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany.
  13. Otjes, S., & Willumsen, D. M. (2018). Government alternation and the quality of democracy. Paper presented at EPSA General Conference, Vienna, Austria.
  14. Allern, E. H., Klüver, H., Marshall, D., Otjes, S., Rasmussen, A., & Witko, C. (2018). Lobbying partners or strangers? Explaining the interaction between political parties and interest groups. Paper presented at ECPR General Conference Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany.
  15. van de Wardt, M., & Otjes, S. (2018). New parties for all: the effect of ideological incongruence on new party formation in Western democracies. Paper presented at ECPR General Conference Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany.
  16. Louwerse, T., & Otjes, S. (2018). The politics of agreements: rules and norms in legislative-executive relations in the Netherlands. Paper presented at ECPR General Conference Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany.
  17. 2017
  18. Otjes, S., & Timmermans, A. (2017). Populism and opposition party behaviour in Netherlands. Paper presented at ECPR Standing Group on Parliaments, Basel, Switzerland.
  19. 2015
  20. van der Bles, A. M., Kanis, B., Otjes, S., & Postmes, T. (2015). Zeitgeist predicts protest voting. Abstract from 2015 ASPO Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  21. van der Bles, A. M., Kanis, B., Otjes, S., & Postmes, T. (2015). Zeitgeist predicts protest voting. Abstract from Political Psychology conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  22. Allern, H., Bale, T., & Otjes, S. (2015). Drifting Apart but not divorced? Relationships between Centre-Left Parties and Trade Unions in Established Democracies. Paper presented at Annual Conference of the European Political Science Association, Vienna, Austria.
  23. Otjes, S. (2015). Explaining Patterns of Wholesale and Partial Alteration in Cabinet Composition. Paper presented at Annual Conference of the European Political Science Association, Vienna, Austria.

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