PhD candidate in Public Administration
Jeroen Romeijn studies representation in democracies. He is interested in how the preferences of the public are translated into policy. Specifically, he is interested in how political parties deal with public opinion and interest groups when they take position on issues.
His research interests include the responsiveness of political parties to public opinion, how to measure public opinion and opinion polls, the links between interest groups and political parties, and the influence of lobbying around elections.
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